This July will see the “Rebirth” of a new bimonthly Justice League featuring perennial favorites like Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and the Flash, along with not one, but two rookie Green Lanterns. In fact, the only thing more impressive than the team on the page may be the team behind it. Written by current JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA writer and artist Bryan Hitch and drawn by Tony S.
There are plenty of bad ideas in the world—from forgetting your spouse’s birthday, to watching Game of Thrones with your grandparents, to quitting your office job to take up ultimate fighting. We wouldn’t suggest any of those, but kidnapping Deathstroke’s daughter? That’s easily the WORST idea we can think of. You’d have to be pretty crazy to try that. You’d have to be downright psychotic.
Much like Harley Quinn.
With the release of today’s eleven new Convergence titles, we’ve reached the climactic final week of this unprecedented world-shattering—sorry, make that worlds-shattering comic book event. With all of reality unraveling, it’ll fall on a collective of heroes from all eras and avenues of the DC Universe to do what they can to save our existence. Will they be able to do it? What sort of universe will await us when it’s all over?
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!
Fans of DC Comics, Vertigo and MAD who are headed to C2E2 in the windy city of Chicago this April have a lot to be excited about.
DC Entertainment’s vast array of activities this year includes panels, announcements, give-aways, sponsorships, ads in the program guide, and of course, exclusives.
"Little did I suspect when I accepted the BATMAN writing assignment back in 2006 that I’d wind up spending the next six years writing the longest continued comic story I’ve ever attempted. I thought I’d said most of what I had to say about the character with Arkham Asylum, Gothic, and Batman’s appearances in JLA. Clearly, I was wrong.