Leviathan is ready to strike, and the DC Universe may not be the same once they’re finished.
SPOILER ALERT: The below article contains spoilers from the Batman: Arkham Knight video game.
It might seem crazy, but at one point Shazam was the most popular comic book superhero in the world.
If you've ever poked around the DC Universe of days gone by, there's a chance you've stumbled across a group of characters referred to as the "Marvel Family," which, let's be honest, sounds a bit strange now.
You don't need me to tell you that the Batcave is a pretty cool place.
Whether you’ve seen the Titans premiere or not (and if you haven’t, you really, really should), by now you've probably realized that our heroes are up against
Sibling rivalry is as much a thing in comic books as it can be in real life. In fact, it’s a recurring theme in many Aquaman comics, particularly when dealing with a certain villain...
When you start digging around the history of the DC Universe, you're bound to find some...well, let's call them weird little anomalies.
Chances are, even if you've somehow never read a comic, seen a movie, or watched a TV show about Superman, you probably still understand a thing or two about Kryptonite.
Even if you're not really a comics history buff, there's a pretty good chance you know the name Alan Moore, and an even better chance that his name probably calls to mind some very specific images.