Supergirl may be a hero from Krypton, but she still needs somewhere to live and work. After a long day grabbing lattes and solving problems for Cat Grant, one of the most successful publishers in National City, she kicks back in her eclectic and surprisingly crafty apartment painting or watching TV with her sister.
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!
At some point in our life, we’ve all read a Superman comic, seen a Superman movie or watched a Superman cartoon or TV show. With a history that now extends over 75 years, we likely know the Man of Steel better than we know some of our friends and family. We know all about his life, his friends and his enemies. We know his powers and we know his history. In fact, there’s very little about Superman that we don’t know.
One Perfect Panel is a recurring feature that identifies and examines noteworthy comic book panels, presenting them for your appreciation and discussion. Some of these panels will be epic in scale, while others will be quiet character beats, but all will be masterful in composition and impact.
From Green Lantern #48
Pencils by Martin Coccolo
Colors by Tony Aviña
Letters by Dave Sharpe
After taking a break for the holidays (even zombies like making gingerbread houses and exchanging gifts), iZombie returns tonight with an all-new episode that will kick off the second half of the season.
Since the new DC Fans YouTube channel launched late last year, we’ve been highlighting a few of our favorite DC Verified Fan videos to debut on the channel. If you’re unfamiliar with our new YouTube channel, every video on it was shot and created by fans like you. Many of these videos debuted previously on YouTube and are simply shared by us, but the DV Verified Fan clips are ones that were created specifically for the DC Fans channel.