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.
It may not be set within the DC Universe or have anything to do with this summer’s “Rebirth.” But THE LEGEND OF WONDER WOMAN is equally essential reading. Written by Renae De Liz and drawn by De Liz along with Ray Dillon, the series is a reimagining of Wonder Woman’s origin that’s driven by De Liz’s reputation as a gifted fantasy writer (she’s adapted both Peter Pan and The Last Unicorn as graphic novels) and bolstered by Dillon’s vibrant colors.
There’s one foe that even the greatest of our heroes can’t defeat—death. In “The Final Days of Superman,” the Man of Steel discovers that he’s dying and sets out to make sure that his friends, fellow heroes and the planet as a whole are prepared for a world without Superman. Written by Peter J. Tomasi and drawn by a stable of top-tier artists including Mikel Janin, Doug Mahnke, Paul Pelletier and Ed Benes, it’s a powerful, emotional storyline that closes the book on one era of Superman before Rebirth launches a thrilling new one.
Do you remember your first day at Super Hero High? We all enrolled at the illustrious school at the same time when DC Super Hero Girls premiered on the web back in October. In less time than an average school year, we've seen the entire first season of the animated web series and viewed a TV special featuring our heroes on Boomerang. Before we move on to new adventures and challenges in season two, let's look back at five of the coolest moments from season one of DC Super Hero Girls.
Kicking off this May, “Rebirth” is the next exciting chapter of the DC Universe’s ongoing story. Announced earlier this year and revealed at last month’s WonderCon, “Rebirth” will touch and impact every comic book set within the DC Universe in surprising and unexpected ways. But what does this mean for your favorite characters?
Hard work doesn't go unnoticed at Super Hero High. Principal Amanda Waller singles out one spectacular student every month to receive the coveted Hero of the Month award. Earning the prize isn't only about saving the day and/or world or about a student's abilities and powers, it's also about what's inside.
Intentions and attitude play a role in who gets rewarded with the honor, and so far, we've seen three Super Hero High enrollees rise to the challenge. Let's revisit the Heroes of the Month winners we've seen so far and celebrate their achievements.
Unless you're a collector who likes to keep your action figures in boxes on shelves, the best part of buying a toy is busting it open. There's nothing quite like ripping open a blister pack and tearing off the cardboard to get an action figure. Toys based on the characters attending Super Hero High in DC Super Hero Girls flew onto shelves at the beginning of March, and fans of all ages have been "rescuing" the action figures, action dolls and role play merchandise from stores ever since.