It’s one of the most popular and powerful Superman stories ever told, but it’s such an epic tale that it can’t be faithfully told over a single film. So when Warner Bros. Animation, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment adapt the famous story of the death and return of the Man of Steel just in time for its 25th Anniversary, it’ll be as two separate feature-length animated movies.
You think you know Gotham and its most famous resident. You may even think you know his adversaries and allies. Well, this fall, forget all that you know as we present a new vision of Gotham, care of master comic book creator Enrico Marini.
Everything is about to change.
In this week’s issue of DETECTIVE COMICS, after a run in with Zatanna, Bruce is forced to remember an important piece of Zatanna’s past—but like with everything else, this knowledge comes with a price.
Can Bruce convince Zatanna he can handle the truth? Will their relationship be strained forever? Check out how Bruce takes the news in this week’s issue of DETECTIVE COMICS #960 from writer James Tynion with art by Alvaro Martinez , Raul Fernandez, Brad Anderson (colors), and Sal Cipriano (letters).
DC has tons of great collected editions coming out in the month of July and here are my choices for which ones you should definitely read. Let’s not waste time, let’s start talking about comic books!
Hyenas! Giant mallets! Puns! Harley Quinn’s always been larger than life, which means that you’re going to want to see her latest movie on the biggest screen possible. Fortunately, thanks to Warner Bros., DC Entertainment and Fathom Events, you can see the upcoming Batman and Harley Quinn alongside an audience of fans at a movie theater near you. The catch is that you only have one night to do it.
It may be called “The War of Jokes and Riddles,” but this week’s chilling BATMAN #25 was deadly serious.
Set early in Batman’s career, Tom King and Mikel Janin’s new storyline reveals what happens when two of Gotham’s biggest crime bosses turn on each other. But these are no mere gangsters of the sunglasses-and-shirtcuffs variety. These are two of the Dark Knight’s deadliest foes—the Joker and the Riddler.
"Their attachments to those they love dictate their actions."