This Just Happened: Lois Lane Borrows the Batmobile

Forget Superman. If we ever wind up in trouble, we want Lois Lane to save us!

If you’ve read this week’s SUPERMAN #22 by Peter J. Tomasi, Patrick Gleason and Doug Mahnke, you know what we're talking about. Despite his name being on the cover, Superman doesn’t show up until the very end. Prior to that, we’re treated to eighteen pages of mystery, suspense and action starring none other than the Daily Planet’s most intrepid reporter.

DC Comics Art Academy Featuring Babs Tarr (2017)

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, Batgirl artist Babs Tarr demonstrates how to draw the DC character she's become known for while discussing how she made the transition from commercial illustration to comics and opening up about what went into Batgirl's iconic redesign.

See more of Babs Tarr's work in Batgirl Vol. 1: The Batgirl of Burnside: https://www.readdcentertainment.com/Batgirl-2011-2016-Vol-1-The-Batgirl-of-Burnside/digital-comic/T1355700018301

Be sure to subscribe so you don't miss an episode of DC Comics Art Academy or our DC All Access webseries, as well as clips and previews of #DCTV shows, movie trailers and more! 

Let Free Comic Book Day 2017 Take You to Themyscira, Super Hero High and Beyond

This Saturday, May 6th is Free Comic Book Day, a yearly celebration devoted to spreading the good word about all things comics! If you’re new to Free Comic Book Day (or FCBD, as it’s called for short), you’re in for a treat. All day long, comic shops the world over will be handing out free comic books from a wide variety of publishers… including DC!

DC Master Class - Dark Nights: Metal w/ Greg Capullo

Master artists driving the story alongside skilled writers. It's an approach that will soon be on display in Dark Matter—a thrilling new line of books set within the DC Universe and designed to drive super hero comics to exciting new heights.

In this clip, Greg Capullo discusses his influences, methods and what we can expect from his Dark Universe title, Dark Nights: Metal.

For more on Dark Matter: http://www.dccomics.com/darkmatter

The Flintstones: A Love Letter

The titular family of Bedrock is back, trying to figure out what civilization is in a way that mirrors our own great leap toward the unknown of our age.

Our main character is Fred Flintstone, a guy just trying to make it in the new world. He works at the quarry for a swinging and slimy Mr. Slate. Class struggles are woven throughout the book and it works so well at mirroring our own American society while giving us the lens and distance to laugh at it.

Vote for Your Favorite Suicide Squad Rebirth Cover

The first Suicide Squad graphic novel of the Rebirth era is in stores now! In SUICIDE SQUAD VOL. 1: THE BLACK VAULT, the squad of super-villains must recover a powerful cosmic weapon called the Black Vault from enemy hands. Vote on your favorite of five of the collection's covers below!

Jason's Picks: Titans Times Three!

The month of March is upon us. While there are many activities that you could enjoy in this springtime month, may I suggest picking up a graphic novel or two?

DC has released some really great collections this month and I’m back again to suggest which graphic novels you should pick up at your local comic book shop. Also, there’s a theme this month! See if you can guess it.

This Just Happened: Suicide Squads and Murder Mysteries

Amanda Waller’s been shot!

Hold on just a moment because I’m not quite sure the significance of what I said there has struck you. Or maybe you’re all just in shock. But either way, go on ahead and read it again…

AMANDA WALLER HAS BEEN GUNNED DOWN!

Powerless: Who the Heck are Crimson Fox and Jack O'Lantern?

They may not inspire the adoration and instant recognition (to say nothing about their value in the Super Hero Fantasy League) as Superman or Batman, but that doesn’t mean that they’re not every bit the hero. Even though one of them is kinda a villain. Yes, Powerless fans, I’m talking about Charm City’s two most frequently spotted colorful crusaders—Crimson Fox and Jack O’Lantern.

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