With another weekend behind us, we’re now one week closer to summer. Yes, summer. That blissful time of year where the sun is warm, the days are long and the water’s perfect. We love warm weather almost as much as we love comic books here at DCComics.com (we said almost), and if that’s you as well, then you’re in luck. Or rather, you may be if you act quickly.
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There’s no sugar coating it. By all accounts and on all levels, Superman is doomed. It’s surprising. It’s frightening. It’s tragic. But it’s also compelling. No one wants to see Superman brought down permanently. But as far as human drama goes, you can’t ask for a more powerful one. Here’s why.
Earlier this month, we announced Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman, a brand new, digital first comic book anthology series featuring everyone’s favorite Amazonian hero. It’s been a stellar year for Wonder Woman in comics, but this new series promises to open the floodgates when it comes to exciting takes on the beloved character, and many from a female perspective. What can we expect?
After seven spectacular issues, Geoff Johns and David Finch’s villainous Forever Evil saga has at last reached its fittingly hardcore conclusion. Within its forty pages, this week’s FOREVER EVIL #7 manages to bring the destructive events of the previous six issues—along with last year’s Trinity War—to a satisfying conclusion. Which doesn’t mean that the final issue answered all of our questions. Here’s a list of five key questions that were left unanswered by Forever Evil, and what they may mean for The New 52.
We are thrilled to announce SENSATION COMICS FEATURING WONDER WOMAN as the next Digital First title to join DC Entertainment’s weekly release schedule. This is the third anthology series to debut under the Digital First umbrella and will tell stand-alone stories of DC Comics’ iconic Wonder Woman through the eyes of an all-star creator line-up.
Infinite Crisis, the new Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) set within the DC Comics Multiverse, is making a super hero-sized showing at PAX East in Boston, MA this weekend (April 11-13). The game’s developer, Turbine, will have a massive presence at the show this year, hosting three tournaments over the course of the weekend, ensuring that all attendees can take part in defending the Multiverse, no matter their skill level.