Welcome to the DC Comics Art Academy, a series of art tutorials and interviews recorded at Comic-Cons featuring many of the gifted and unique artists working for DC today. In this installment, Red Rain and Swamp Thing artist Kelley Jones shows you how to draw the Elseworlds Vampire Batman and talks about how he was always told he'd be a great Batman artist one day.
In our latest DC Tales From the Vault, we're looking at Aquaman's history in movies...in comics! DC Librarian Ben LeClear revisits two Silver Age adventures in which Arthur Curry found himself getting mixed up in some big screen hijinks.
Don't miss Kelly Sue DeConnick and Robson Rocha's Aquaman debut in Aquaman #43: https://www.readdc.com/Aquaman-2016-43/digital-comic/T1616200435001
Grant Morrison may have a reputation as a visionary and forward-thinking writer, but he also has a great love for comics' past—something that's on full display in his latest series, The Green Lantern. In this episode of DC Tales from the Vault, Ben LeClear looks at the first issue of The Green Lantern, explaining some of the book's many references to DC's past. Did you know Hal Jordan used to be an insurance agent?
Curran Walters' rebellious performance as Jason Todd on Titans has brought one of DC's most provocative characters back into the spotlight. In this episode of DC Tales from the Vault, Ben LeClear dives into Jason Todd's comic book history, as he reveals the story behind Batman's second Robin. Turns out Jason's story behind the page is almost as dramatic as his story on it!
DC Librarian Ben LeClear is back to conclude our look at DC's horror comic legacy in this episode of DC Tales from the Vault. This week, we're looking at iconic horror title House of Mystery and the important contributions made by Pilipino artists like Tony de Zuniga, Alfredo Alcala and Nestor Redondo.