With a new year on the horizon and the holidays upon us, it’s a good time to take a look back at 2014 to remember and remark upon a few of its key DC Entertainment moments. Some of these moments played out on the comic book page or the screen, others were real-life happenings that shaped what we’ll be reading and seeing over the years ahead. If you’re a DC Comics fan or just an entertainment fan in general, they all mattered. It’s been a great year full of both ups and downs, but these are the big ones. These are our DCComics.com “Ten Moments that Mattered” for 2014.
When it comes to DC comic book characters, it’s a big Multiverse, and it’s growing every day. We’ve seen some amazing characters spring to two-dimensional life throughout the years, imagined into existence by talented writers and artists, and we thought it might be fun to occasionally spotlight some of our favorites here on DCComics.com. Whether it’s a hero, a villain or someone not so easily defined, these are characters that we’ve enjoyed getting to know, and we think you will too. Maybe you’ve met them already. If not, we’re happy to introduce you…
SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read JUSTICE LEAGUE #35 yet and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now (major spoilers ahead!).
Earlier this week, we alluded to a shocking Lex Luthor secret in our Preview Monday post, and now we are excited to reveal the greatest skeleton in Lex Luthor’s closet!
In our latest DC Collectibles Spotlight, we talk with Joe Menna, the talented sculptor behind some of our amazing deluxe action figures, including Arkham City Solomon Grundy and Armored Suit Lex Luthor.
SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read JUSTICE LEAGUE #31 yet and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now!
There’s no sugar coating it. By all accounts and on all levels, Superman is doomed. It’s surprising. It’s frightening. It’s tragic. But it’s also compelling. No one wants to see Superman brought down permanently. But as far as human drama goes, you can’t ask for a more powerful one. Here’s why.
After seven spectacular issues, Geoff Johns and David Finch’s villainous Forever Evil saga has at last reached its fittingly hardcore conclusion. Within its forty pages, this week’s FOREVER EVIL #7 manages to bring the destructive events of the previous six issues—along with last year’s Trinity War—to a satisfying conclusion. Which doesn’t mean that the final issue answered all of our questions. Here’s a list of five key questions that were left unanswered by Forever Evil, and what they may mean for The New 52.