Free ARROW Comic Book Offered on Premiere Day of Warner Bros. Television’s
All-New Show ‘ARROW,’ Airing Wednesdays at 8/7c on The CW
As comic fans eagerly await the October 10 premiere of the new CW show ARROW, we have news that will make the countdown even more exciting. DC Entertainment is producing a new, weekly digital comic book based on the show that will also debut on October 10.
What happens when the world turns against its heroes?
Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, the Flash, Green Lantern, and more—for years the heroes of the DC Universe have dedicated their lives to protecting the innocent and defending justice. But when G. Gordon Godfrey arrives and begins a hate campaign that outlaws super-heroic activities, the world's greatest find themselves fighting against the very people they swore to protect!
Attention all digital comics readers – there’s a new, featured-filled update for the popular DC COMICS Android and iOS apps. The new update, available for free download today, answers what has been the #1 request from digital comics readers since the launch of the DC COMICS app – social media sharing. Now you can tell your friends on Facebook and Twitter exactly what you’re reading and encourage them to join in reading your favorite comics.
Can’t get enough of the epic conclusion to Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy? Then download THE DARK KNIGHT RISES: PROLOGUE app from DC Comics, sponsored by Nokia and available on Nokia Windows Phone devices. The app features an exclusive motion-comic from writer Joshua Williamson and artist Jorge Jimenez that serves as a prologue to THE DARK KNIGHT RISES film. The app also include social media share options and links to other apps tied to the film.
From the Batmobile and the utility belt to the Batcave and beating the ever-living tar out of criminals, certain things are essential aspects of the Bat-Mythos—and without question, one of those key pieces to the Batman puzzle is the Dark Knight's high-flying sidekick, Robin.
For those who looked up toward the skies and screamed "Somebody, save me" when the CW television series "Smallville" went off the air in 2011, your cries have been answered. Your savior has arrived. Incidentally, that savior happens to be Superman, and you can find him once again on Fridays, but this time he’s doing the saving on the DC Comics Digital website.