DC Week-In-Review: June 22nd

We’re all huge Batman fans here on DCComics.com. We set our watches by how close we are to the release of “The Dark Knight Rises” and a few of us may have even attempted to read the entire “Night of the Owls” storyline in real-time (we're still figuring out how we can include All-Star Western). However, every now and then, it’s nice to shine the spotlight on other members of the Bat-family, and this week it was Kate Kane’s chance to shine. BATWOMAN VOL.

DC Week-In-Review: June 15th

Summer’s just getting started, but here on DCComics.com, we’re already counting down the days till fall. Why’s that? Well, last week we announced DC COMICS - THE NEW 52 “0” Month. This week, we gave you an idea of what you can expect from each “0” issue this September. We also gave you a look at some variant covers, showed off some fun new flash drives and celebrated the release of BATMAN – DETECTIVE COMICS VOL. 1: FACES OF DEATH by sharing some sketchbook pages.

 

Here’s what went down this week on the DC Comics website…

 

DC Week-In-Review: June 8th

In BEFORE WATCHMEN: MINUTEMEN #1, Hollis Mason writes about the excitement and enthusiasm that surrounded the early days of masked crime-fighting. Well, if this week is any indication, we could say pretty much the same thing about the early days of Before Watchmen. After a year of speculation and discussion, the first issue of Before Watchmen has arrived. You couldn’t stop talking about it. And, well, we couldn’t either.

 

Here’s what went down this week on the DC Comics website…

 

DC Week-In-Review: June 1st

Welcome to summer, DC-style. The weather has been warming up, but it’s DCComics.com that’s been red-hot this week. We primed you for the release of two huge hardcovers through a series of behind-the-scenes posts, announced a rocking new ambassador for We Can Be Heroes and showed you what happens when super heroes become threats (and start beating the stuffing out of each other) with a major video game announcement.

 

Here’s what went down this week on the DC Comics website…

 

DC Week-In-Review: May 25th

One more day until the long weekend, and if you’re like us, you’re probably counting the hours. Well, fortunately for you, it was a massive week here on DCComics.com, with lots of news, updates and sneak peeks. There’s plenty to keep you occupied until Friday turns into Saturday and we roll into Memorial Day weekend. In fact, you just may want to start the festivities early. If you’re a DC fan, there’s certainly plenty to celebrate.

 

Here’s what went down this week on the DC Comics website…

 

DC Week-In-Review: May 18th

Whew! It’s Friday and while we’re all counting down the hours to the weekend, what we’re really looking forward to here on DCComics.com is August. Group solicits for the month went out this week and there’s some great stuff to look forward to, isn’t there? A big batch of extra-sized annuals hit the stands, Batgirl squares off against Batwoman, Swamp Thing meets up with Animal Man in a crossover, and two new BEFORE WATCHMEN titles make their debut. And speaking of BEFORE WATCHMEN, those new covers sure had you talking! But let’s not get ahead of ourselves.

 

DC Week-In-Review: May 11th

So, for all of you wait-for-the-trade types, this week saw the release of BATMAN VOL. 1: THE COURT OF OWLS, which collects the first seven issues of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s highly acclaimed NEW 52 relaunch of BATMAN.

DC Week-In-Review: May 4th

We’re big on big weeks here in the Week-In-Review, and let’s face it, they don’t get any bigger than this one. The New 52’s “Second Wave” kicked off with four spectacular new ongoing comics. The very first New 52 trade collections hit stores, including the beautiful, bookshelf-enhancing, jealousy-inspiring Justice League Vol. 1 hardcover. “The Culling” got underway in the pages of TEEN TITANS ANNUAL #1. And of course, the shadows grew longer as the “Night of the Owls” continued in both DETECTIVE COMICS and BATWING.

 

DC Week-In-Review: April 27

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but that didn’t stop our artists from sharing plenty of insightful words with us this week (as well as some amazing pictures). With the Second Wave of New 52 titles just on the horizon, we spoke with some of the amazing illustrators bringing these great comics to life. We also gave a behind-the-scenes tour of our office, showed off some Before Watchmen and New 52 art, and wrapped things up with two big announcements.

 

Here’s what went down this week on the DC Comics website…

 

DC Week-In-Review: April 20

So, can you believe that wedding proposal? It just goes to show that anything can happen at a convention. But emerald-tinted romance wasn’t the only thing in the air this week. There was also plenty of excitement as we unrolled all of our exclusive C2E2 coverage, announced two new digital first series and counted down the days to the beginning of Night of the Owls. And speaking of things we still can’t believe…have you read the ending of BATMAN #8 yet?!

 

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