Welcome to What's New in The New 52 – where you, the fans, get a sneak peek at the stuff that crosses our desks. This little feature is a way to keep you all in the loop about what's new, different and exciting in The New 52 – whether it's a character design, cover, splash page or panel.
Kermit the Frog often laments about how it's not easy being green, but that's nothing compared to the lonely life of the world's most powerful super-being. That's right, folks. Superman—the Man of Steel, Big Blue, ol' Heat Vision Eyes—very clearly wants a friend this holiday season.
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?
If you’ve seen today’s “DC All Access” bonus clip, you know that while he was at NYCC, Blair spoke with Charles Soule and Tony S. Daniel about their new Superman/Wonder Woman comic book and its character-spanning cover spread. You can check out the clip below, if you haven’t seen it:
Next month, the world’s most powerful and famous superhero couple will take flight in their own all-new ongoing series.
Hitting stores this October, SUPERMAN/WONDER WOMAN comes to you from the superstar creative team of writer Charles Soule (RED LANTERNS; SWAMP THING) and artist Tony Daniel (ACTION COMICS; JUSTICE LEAGUE). Today, take a first look at this eagerly anticipated series by checking out some of Daniel’s gorgeous interior art for the inaugural issue in the gallery above!
Many comic book writers out there dream of writing a series for The New 52. But Charles Soule isn’t writing a New 52 comic. He’s writing three of them. After making his New 52 debut in April, 2013 with SWAMP THING #19, Charles soon joined the Green Lantern universe as the new writer of Red Lanterns before announcing his upcoming (and highly anticipated) Superman/Wonder Woman ongoing.
We sat down with Charles at San Diego Comic-Con to ask him a few questions about his suddenly very full slate.
San Diego Comic-Con kicked off last night and DC Entertainment hit the ground running by debuting a staggering collection of Superman costumes in our interactive 4,500 square foot booth (#1915). The costumes on display span various incarnations of the Man of Steel on both the big and small screens, and have been donned by actors including Christopher Reeve, Brandon Routh, Dean Cain, Tom Welling, and Henry Cavill.