The Flash returns to The CW for a third season tomorrow with a premiere episode entitled “Flashpoint.” Of course, as DC fans know, that title is a reference to the 2011 miniseries of the same name written by Geoff Johns and drawn by Andy Kubert.
We love TV here at DCComics.com, particularly when it features all of our favorite DC heroes and villains. More important, we know our fans do as well.
This summer, fans got the news that the heroes of The CW’s four #DCTV shows would be teaming up for a four-episode crossover event—the largest crossover so far for the network. Details regarding the crossover are rather scarce, but we do know a few things. We know the event will feature Supergirl, the Flash, Green Arrow and the time-traveling crew of the Waverider. (Heck, we’ve even been given our first look at it.
With Rebirth now in full swing and so many exciting new titles to try, we can’t blame anyone for needing a reminder of what happened in the last issue. Or maybe you’re looking to add a new book to your list and need to get caught up on earlier chapters? Either way, we’re here to help. Every Tuesday, we’ll be recapping the prior issues of that week’s new Rebirth and Hanna-Barbera comics, as well as sharing our favorite moments. It’s a quick, easy way to ensure you’re up to speed and ready for New Comic Day.
Batman likes to stick to the shadows, completely silent and unseen. Eventually, he’ll strike, but until then, he remains hidden from anyone looking for him.
It’s not easy distilling an entire decade worth of history into one graphic novel, particularly when it also involves reintroducing dozens of classic DC characters at the same time. So perhaps it was inevitable that Darwyn Cooke’s DC: THE NEW FRONTIER grew to over 400 pages in length with the deluxe omnibus edition. It’s a dense, beautiful, thought-provoking book, and as a result, Amy Ratcliffe and I decided to split our joint readthrough into two separate posts.
I’m embarrassed to admit that I’m a Darwyn Cooke fan.
It’s been three months now since Rebirth launched with Geoff Johns’ DC UNIVERSE: REBIRTH. Since then, we’ve seen the debut of 25 different comics that have continued carrying the Rebirth torch in thrilling, emotional and utterly exciting ways. With many of these comics releasing twice monthly, some of them are now either nearing or reaching the end of their first story arcs.