There’s no sugar coating it. By all accounts and on all levels, Superman is doomed. It’s surprising. It’s frightening. It’s tragic. But it’s also compelling. No one wants to see Superman brought down permanently. But as far as human drama goes, you can’t ask for a more powerful one. Here’s why.
SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read SUPERMAN/WONDER WOMAN #8 yet and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now!
Welcome back for another installment of Preview Monday! This week, we’re giving you exclusive first looks at ACTION COMICS #31 and SUPERMAN/WONDER WOMAN #8.
People say that it’s not good to live in the past, but we respectfully disagree. At least when it comes to Batman. After last week’s spoilerrific flash-forward issue, this week marks the return of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s “Zero Year” in BATMAN #29. When last we left our young hero, he was literally drowning in trouble, and this week’s cover should make it pretty clear which of his adversaries is behind it. But how will he escape? For the answer to that riddle, you’ll need to pick up the issue, which serves as the conclusion to the second chapter of “Zero Year,” which we’ve been calling “Dark City.”
Welcome to What's New in The New 52 – where you, the fans, get a sneak peek at the stuff that crosses our desks. This little feature is a way to keep you all in the loop about what's new, different and exciting in The New 52 – whether it's a character design, cover, splash page or panel.
Kermit the Frog often laments about how it's not easy being green, but that's nothing compared to the lonely life of the world's most powerful super-being. That's right, folks. Superman—the Man of Steel, Big Blue, ol' Heat Vision Eyes—very clearly wants a friend this holiday season.
Look! Up in the sky! (Well, okay, on our Youtube page and website.) It's a brand new episode of "DC All Access," and viewers are in for some super new scoops.
In this week’s new episode of “DC All Access,” DC Comics Group Editor Eddie Berganza discusses balancing action with romance in the new ongoing Superman/Wonder Woman comic. It got us thinking, while Superman and Wonder Woman are both strong, interesting and positive people who are undeniably easy on the eyes, are they the most dateable super heroes in the DC Universe?