Rocketed to Earth from the doomed planet of Krypton, the baby Kal-El was found and raised by Jonathan and Martha Kent in Smallville, Kansas. Gifted with powers and abilities beyond that of normal humans by the Earth’s yellow sun—faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, able to leap tall buildings in a single bound—the adult Clark Kent now fights for truth and justice throughout the world as SUPERMAN!
The season finale of the critically acclaimed CW television series Arrow airs tonight—meaning that after this evening’s can’t-miss hour of television greatness, there won’t be any new episodes of Stephen Amell taking out villains as the Emerald Archer until next Fall. It’ll be a rough time to get through, but we have something that should help alleviate the pain: the comics that inspired the show, now more affordable than ever with the DC Comics Digital Green Arrow Sale!
Celebrate the life and times of Damian Wayne with the Grant Morrison Batman and Robin Sale!
First appearing in the “Batman & Son” storyline from BATMAN #655-658, Damian is the scientifically engineered child of the Dark Knight and the daughter of one of his greatest enemies, Talia al Ghul. Fearful of his son’s dark future under Talia’s guidance, Batman took Damian under his wing upon discovering the boy’s existence and trained him as the new Robin.
The turkey has been gobbled up, thanks have been had, and the winter holidays are now upon us. Traditionally, Black Friday marks the beginning of the holiday shopping season—a day where stores offer massive discounts on their merchandise and people wake up at hours we didn't know even existed in order to venture forth into the wild to shop for the best deals possible.
Superman! Batman! Wonder Woman! The Flash! Green Lantern! Aquaman! Martian Manhunter! Separately, they represent some of the world's greatest super heroes, but together, they are the Justice League—the DC Universe's premier superteam!
Tomorrow marks the DVD release of the Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1 animated feature film, which adapts the first half of the critically acclaimed graphic novel by Frank Miller that envisions a retired Bruce Wayne returning to duty as the Dark Knight after a decade out of the cape and cowl.