Jason's Picks: Let's Talk (and Read) About Legacy

Legacy is an important word in the DC Universe. From the very first time that Barry Allen put on that red spandex, he was stepping into the legacy of Jay Garrick. Many characters can handle the responsibility and some can’t. This month all the DC collected editions that I suggest you pick up, have one thing in common: Legacy.
 

Batman Day: A Festival of Fans

Batman Day is this Saturday, which means all week long we’ll be celebrating the Dark Knight (and Gotham’s maid of mischief, Harley Quinn) here on DCComics.com. But that’s not all. We’re also celebrating his fans.

Jason's Picks: A Miraculous Collection

Come with me, super friends! Let me show you DC collections that will launch you to the Fourth World, expand your mind to the 31st Century and bring you back home to your loving brother. It’s time for me to reveal the three DC graphic novels that you should pick up in September!


EXCLUSIVE: Life Imitates Comic Book Art in Batman: Creature of the Night

Every Batman fan has dreamed of becoming the Dark Knight—putting on the cowl, firing up the Batmobile and heading out to take on the Joker. However, we’d imagine that very few of them have dreamed about being Bruce Wayne as a child. While having your own Batcave and hanging with the Justice League would be fun, the important tragedy it took for Bruce Wayne to get there is often overlooked.

Superman Can Always Save You

That’s the powerful idea that is presented in this week’s SUPERMAN #28. It’s a fact that I think many comic fans don’t doubt. The Man of Steel has always been presented as a savior of the universe; the one being that can stop the imminent danger and protect us. Well, this week this fictional character demonstrated an ability that I’ve never seen. Through life and now death, Superman can save you.

He will save you.

Jason's Picks: Mysteries and Multiverses

We have now moved past the giant event that is San Diego Comic-Con, but that doesn’t mean that the comic goodness of the year is done. An emerald archer, a last son and some super friends are here with my choices for the best DC graphic novels that you should pick up in August.


This Just Happened: Like Father, Like Daughter

Do you think they have apples on Korugar? Maybe not, but when it comes to its most famous resident and his daughter, the only thing we can say is that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree!

DC Comics Art Academy Featuring Cully Hamner

Welcome to the DC Comics Art Academy, a series of art tutorials recorded at Comic-Cons featuring many of the gifted and unique artists working for DC today. In today's installment, Blue Beetle cover artist Cully Hamner sits down to draw the character he helped to redesign, discussing how he got his start as an artist, what DC character he'd most like a chance to work on, why he prefers pens over brushes, and why drawing trees is the absolute worst.

For more of Cully's work, check out his run on Blue Beetle: https://www.readdcentertainment.com/Blue-Beetle-2006-2009/comics-series/194?ref=Y29taWMvdmlldy9kZXNrdG9wL2JyZWFkY3J1bWJz

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