To the Amazons of Themyscira and the people of the world, Wonder Woman is something of a miracle. Fittingly, the same can be said of her new comic as well. Spinning out of this summer’s “Rebirth,” the twice-monthly WONDER WOMAN will feature a dream creative team of writer Greg Rucka and artists Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, three creators unexpectedly returning to the world of DC Comics after a lengthy break.
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?
Before a packed house of media and WonderCon fans, DC Entertainment showed off its plans for the DC Universe: Rebirth relaunch at a special event held in Petree Hall in the Los Angeles Convention Center. In addition to the more than 500 fans jammed into the hall, the event was also streamed live on the DC Entertainment YouTube channel to a worldwide audience online.
April is known for spring rain showers, practical jokes and the start of the NBA and NHL Playoffs, but in 2016, the fourth month of the year will also be known for John Romita, Jr. That’s because the legendary artist the subject of our latest variant cover theme. This April will bring with it 26 different John Romita, Jr. variant covers gracing titles that include the obvious Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and Justice League, but also Grayson, Titans Hunt, Red Hood/Arsenal, We Are Robin and Superman: Lois and Clark!
There have been a lot of surprises around the DC Universe of late, but one of the biggest has to be the revelation that Pre-Flashpoint Superman and Lois Lane, along with their son, Jonathan, are alive and well and living anonymously outside Metropolis.
What things come to mind when you think of Bryan Hitch? Big, intricately detailed panels. Massively scaled images and battle scenes. Action that blows you out of your seat. In other words, everything that makes Hitch such a perfect choice to write and draw the Justice League.
As a frequent Justice Leaguer, J’onn J’onzz, the Martian Manhunter, is well known to fans of comics and animation. But until his ongoing series was announced last spring, it had been many years since he had anchored his own comic. Now on its fourth issue, Martian Manhunter has been a surreal sci-fi blast, featuring a high-stakes storyline by Rob Williams that finds J’onn straddling the line between hero and villain and powerful, often frightening art by Eddy Barrows, Eber Ferreira and Gabe Eltaeb.