Gotham Gazette: Faithful Fathers and Prodigal Sons

It's time for another edition of Gotham Gazette! Your one stop monthly shop for all the ins and outs of the Bat-Family…and this, the final Gazette of the year, is a real doozy.

DC Comics Art Academy Featuring Mauricet

Welcome to the DC Comics Art Academy, a series of art tutorials recorded at Comic-Cons featuring many of the gifted and unique artists working for DC today. In today's installment, Dastardly and Muttley artist Mauricet changes gears and draws Etrigan the Demon, while discussing the virtues of working digitally versus traditionally, how he got his current gig at DC and what Jack Kirby means to him and to comic in general.

Riding Out The Wild Storm

Some of the biggest storms start quietly.

DC All Access - Beyond the Page: How Frank Miller Influenced Wonder Woman

Earlier this year, Wonder Woman debuted an armored new look designed by series artist David Finch. Now, go "Beyond the Page" and discover what went into its design, as Finch takes us through this summer's Wonder Woman #41, looking at key moments from throughout the issue and revealing his secrets and influences.

To read Wonder Woman digitally: https://www.readdcentertainment.com/Wonder-Woman-2011/comics-series/6628

Attend a Batman Day event

Can't wait for our new June comics? We don't blame you, which is why we're giving you a sneak peek of each and every one of them in all of this month's Convergence comics and right here on DCComics.com!

Building a New Batgirl: An Interview with Babs Tarr
Wednesday saw the release of some high profile new titles, storylines and creative teams, particularly BATGIRL #35, which features a fun change in tone, a new setting and cast of characters. The artist, Babs Tarr, is at New York Comic-Con this weekend and we got a chance to speak to her about women in comics, why the new Batgirl has gotten such a great response, and whether she ever saw herself drawing super heroes.
Dive Deeper Into the New VertigoComics.com
A few months ago, we updated VertigoComics.com’s homepage, video section and navigation. Well, as a few of you may have noticed, this week the rest of the site finally caught up.

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