First Look: Batman and Catwoman Ride Off into the Sunset

Love is in the air! And so is heat. Lots and lots of heat in this exclusive preview of this week’s Batman #33. It was just two weeks ago that Selina Kyle finally gave her answer to Bruce Wayne’s marriage proposal, and now the two of them are riding off in the sunset. In the desert. In lethal, triple-digit temperatures.

DC Comics Art Academy Featuring Dan Jurgens

Welcome to the DC Comics Art Academy, a series of art tutorials recorded at Comic-Cons featuring many of the gifted and unique artists working for DC today. In today's installment, legendary writer and artist Dan Jurgens demonstrates how he draws the character he's probably most famous for—Superman. Along the way, he offers his thoughts on why the Man of Steel continues to resonate, the importance on embracing your version of the character you're drawing and how he feels about Booster Gold. (Plus, look for a cameo by John Romita, Jr!)

For more from Dan, check out his recent work in Action Comics: https://www.readdcentertainment.com/Action-Comics-2016/comics-series/71637?ref=c2VhcmNoL2luZGV4L2Rlc2t0b3Avc2xpZGVyTGlzdC90b3BSZXN1bHRzU2xpZGVy

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Fast Friends: Three Speedsters We'd Love to See on The Flash

The Flash Season 4 premiere is tonight and we are sure to be in for a whole new collection of guest stars from across the DC Universe. Last season I was truly blown away by the inclusion of Abra Kadabra on The Flash. Kadabra was a character that has, traditionally, been very important to the comic book version of the Flash, but maybe didn’t seem like the most easily translated to the on-screen continuity. It turned out that I was mistaken and Kadabra was awesome.

Jason's Picks: Let's Talk (and Read) About Legacy

Legacy is an important word in the DC Universe. From the very first time that Barry Allen put on that red spandex, he was stepping into the legacy of Jay Garrick. Many characters can handle the responsibility and some can’t. This month all the DC collected editions that I suggest you pick up, have one thing in common: Legacy.
 

Geoff Johns Talks Doomsday Clock at NYCC

Some of you might have noticed that we released a second Doomsday Clock clip yesterday. In the video, Geoff Johns shared a bit more about the upcoming comic book event, including the meaning behind a few of the panel images that have been released. (Who knew a simple cardboard sign could give us all the chills?)

Titans: Do It for the Annual

If you read this site a lot you might already know this about me, but in the interest of full disclosure: I 100% absolutely adore everything about any possible variation of the Teen Titans and have been utterly enthralled with TITANS in its Rebirth incarnation.

Need proof? You can find my review of the first volume right here.

On The Road to Doomsday Clock with Geoff Johns - Part II

It's the beginning of the end! DOOMSDAY CLOCK, a 12-issue comic book event from Geoff Johns and Gary Frank debuts on November 22 and the DC Universe will never be the same. In this new clip, Geoff Johns discusses the significance of some of the panels we've seen from the series so far and previews his upcoming Doomsday Clock panel at New York Comic-Con.

For more from Geoff Johns on Doomsday Clock: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jFwhIjlR5g

For a list of ten key moments that set the stage for Doomsday Clock: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pweP1ZlF61c

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