By now you’ve likely seen the sentient comic book ads, our Facebook banners featuring some very different versions of Superman, Aquaman and the Flash, and our interactive map highlighting a few of the different Earths. However, if you’re scratching your head over what all of this is for… well, you’re in the right place.
THE MULTIVERSITY is closer than you think! WIRED has the exclusive first look at THE MULTIVERSITY #1.
With a multitude of alternate worlds to choose from, where every variation is possible, can anyone hope to navigate through the unknown and find a path to save Earth-Prime?
Grant Morrison does just that with THE MULTIVERSITY. And he drew us a map! ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY just revealed Grant Morrison’s realized vision of the 52 alternative Earths of the known DC Multiverse.
COMIC BOOK RESOURCES recently announced that Grant Morrison’s long-awaited, highly-anticipated love letter to superhero comics, MULTIVERSITY, will be arriving in August.
The superstar writer of ACTION COMICS and BATMAN, INCORPORATED has created a series that will not only define the Multiverse for DC COMICS-THE NEW 52, but will also provide a handful of new worlds, concepts, heroes and villains for comic fans to enjoy.
We’ve seen the future of Batman and it is… LEGO bricks? Okay, maybe not, but Batman gets a healthy dose of both in our latest episode of DC All Access. First, Scott Snyder joins us via our magic screen (that’s right…maaaaagic!) to discuss this week’s future shock Batman #28. Then later in the episode, LEGO Blair interviews a few of the DC Comics super heroes who are featured in the smash hit The Lego Movie.
As the holidays arrive and the year comes to a close, we thought we’d take a look back at 2013 and commemorate some of the moments that really stood out in the world of DC Entertainment in a two-week DCComics.com series we’re calling “Ten Moments that Mattered.” Some of these moments were happy. Some were sad. They played out in the pages of our comics, on the big and small screen and in the halls of our office. However, all of them made a profound difference in the world of DC Comics and in the hearts and minds of our fans.
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.