This year marks a very special occasion: the 75th Anniversary of one of DC Comics' flagship characters, a character recognizable the world over, a character that to this day remains one of the most important characters in comics. We are, of course, talking about the brilliant reporter Lois Lane. Who, can we say, looks great for 75. It's almost like she hasn't aged a day in all that time.
Last week, we gave you 5.2 Awesome Reasons to check out DC Comics' Digital First line, but in case you needed more convincing (we know, we know: how could you possibly need more after that amazing column, amirite?) DC Comics Digital is holding a special sale. A sale so special, it's more of an event than a sale! Or both! A Salevent!
Welcome, friends, to another edition of Caption This!, our monthly contest of captions and collectibles. We’re nearing the holiday season, and soon we’ll be decking the halls, drinking the eggnog and trying to convince Santa we’ve been good this year. (No, we weren’t playing rugby with that new Batman Black & White prototype! It broke on its own, we promise!)
Look! Up in the sky! (Well, okay, on our Youtube page and website.) It's a brand new episode of "DC All Access," and viewers are in for some super new scoops.
In this week’s new episode of “DC All Access,” DC Comics Group Editor Eddie Berganza discusses balancing action with romance in the new ongoing Superman/Wonder Woman comic. It got us thinking, while Superman and Wonder Woman are both strong, interesting and positive people who are undeniably easy on the eyes, are they the most dateable super heroes in the DC Universe?