DC All Access - Top 10 DC Love Stories

Not all comic book action is about kicking bad guy butt. In this DC All Access Valentine's Day clip, we take a look at our heroes' gentler sides as they prove that even in a universe where men and women can fly and throw a super-powered punch, love may be the most powerful force of all. This is the DC All Access list of the Top 10 DC Love Stories of all time!

For more heart-shaped fun, check out our pair of Valentine's Day unboxings on the DC Fans channel: http://www.dccomics.com/blog/2016/02/12/a-pair-of-valentines-day-unboxings-love-at-first-sight

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Superman Gets Angry in New Batman v Superman Images

We’re used to seeing Superman as in control and good tempered. He may be a man of action and willing to throw a punch in the name of justice, but rarely does he get mad. And yet, that’s the only way to describe him in one of the latest photos to be released from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Squaring off against Batman, the Man of Steel looks moments away from letting loose with a blast of heat vision. We think it’s fair to say that in the battle between these two heroes, the gloves are off!

DC Comics Bombshells Variant Covers: Week Two

The Bombshells are back! Yes, this month sees the return of our ever-popular, radically retro Bombshells variant covers. Twenty-one unique variant covers featuring DC Collectibles’ WWII pinup-inspired take on our characters will grace some of our most popular comics this month. These variants will be available along with our standard covers at your local comic shop—but they’re popular, so grab ’em while you can. They’re sure to go quick!

DC All Access - New Superman Mixes Old & New Villains

The Man of Steel has been facing challenges both human and inhuman since his secret identity was revealed in the on-going TRUTH storyline.  Find out what writer Gene Yang has in store for Clark Kent in Issue #42—on sale now. 

For more from Gene Yang on Superman: http://www.dccomics.com/blog/2015/07/28/are-you-ready-for-supermans-gene-luen-yang

To read Superman #42 digitally: https://www.readdcentertainment.com/Superman-2011-42/digital-comic/1054700425001

DC All Access is your connection to all of the latest DC Comics news and announcements. Subscribe so you don't miss a segment, and be sure to visit DCComics.com for articles, features, character bios and more.

Jimmy Olsen

Seeing is believing. With so much information out there in the world, stories travel faster than ever and it’s hard to know what to believe. However, a good photo can put all uncertainty to rest, whether it offers confirmation of some sort of wrongdoing, a snapshot into the past, a peek behind a closed door, or proof that a man can fly. That’s what James “Jimmy” Bartholomew Olsen does—he captures pictures worth a thousand words as a photojournalist for The Daily Planet.

An exceptionally bright and eager young adult, Jimmy joined the esteemed staff of the paper as a photojournalist and cub reporter. He faced the usual rookie challenges—chasing assignments all over Metropolis and beyond, following up on leads and juggling his co-workers' coffee orders. His dedication and enthusiasm paid off, as Jimmy managed to land on Editor-in-Chief Perry White's good side and often found himself teaming up with star reporter Lois Lane.

He had friends in more powerful positions, too. Jimmy became buddies with Clark Kent and Superman, eventually learning that they were the same person. But in spite of his close relationship, Jimmy has never been envious of the Man of Steel’s abilities—though he has undergone transformations that have briefly given him powers—nor has Jimmy tried to take advantage of Superman's powers for personal gain. What he has done is allow himself to be inspired by Superman and become a positive influence on the people and community around him. Jimmy Olsen may not possess superpowers, but he represents the potential to be a hero that exists within us all.

First Look: Cecil Castellucci and Chris Sprouse's Wonder Woman Tale

Cecil Castellucci and Karl Story's "Girls' Day Out," beginning tomorrow in Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman, reveals what happens when two of DC’s most famous female characters connect for an interview. So in the spirit of their story, we decided to sit Castellucci and Sprouse down for a little interview of our own...

Convergence Week One: Stephanie Brown, Wally West and Oracle Return to Comics!

Last week we announced CONVERGENCE, the massively Multiversal crossover event that kicks off in April. Well, bit by bit we’re learning more about it. Today, CBR and io9 announced the first week of miniseries, complete with creative teams and very intriguing imagery. Set in the pre-Flashpoint DC Universe, these miniseries offer us glimpses of heroes from not too long ago including Stephanie Brown’s Batgirl, Wally West’s Flash, Renee Montoya’s Question, Barbara Gordon’s Oracle and a classic-suited Harley Quinn.

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