When most people hear the name Bryan Hitch, they likely think of impactful, eye-grabbing art on an epic scale. However, as anyone who’s been reading his JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA knows, Hitch is just as adept at scripting action-packed tales driven by a deep understanding of the characters within them. JLA launched a year ago with a thoughtful debut arc that found Superman and the Justice League battling an enemy who used faith and belief as a weapon—the Kryptonian “god” known as Rao.
This July will see the “Rebirth” of a new bimonthly Justice League featuring perennial favorites like Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and the Flash, along with not one, but two rookie Green Lanterns. In fact, the only thing more impressive than the team on the page may be the team behind it. Written by current JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA writer and artist Bryan Hitch and drawn by Tony S.
One more episode and then Supergirl's flying up, up and away for the summer, but not before she leaves us with one bombshell of a finale. In today's all new episode of DC All Access, Jason pays a visit to the Supergirl set to find out what he can from Melissa Benoist, Mehcad Brooks and Jeremy Jordan about Supergirl's final season one episode.
Kicking off this May, “Rebirth” is the next exciting chapter of the DC Universe’s ongoing story. Announced earlier this year and revealed at last month’s WonderCon, “Rebirth” will touch and impact every comic book set within the DC Universe in surprising and unexpected ways. But what does this mean for your favorite characters?
The two most powerful beings in the universe clash, with the fate of all known existence in peril in the first volume of Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok’s Justice League epic “Darkseid War,” which arrives in comic shops today. However, the title of the book doesn’t tell the whole story. While the expansive storyline does feature a shocking battle between Darkseid and the Anti-Monitor, it’s really a look at super hero comics as modern myth, and at its heart are the New Gods.