In Brightest Day: Twelve Iconic Moments in the Green Lantern Saga

Blending sci-fi wonder with superhero thrills, DC’s Green Lantern mythology is everything you could want from an ongoing saga, and this week we’re celebrating its 80th anniversary.

Art Academy - Alex Sinclair Adds Color and Depth to Superman

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, Alex Sinclair demonstrates the crucial role he plays in the comic creation process by coloring a Superman: Year One cover and talking about his background and work as one of comics' premier colorists.

Female Furies: Rise and Rage Against the Man(chine)

When I took on the task of writing Female Furies this year (with brilliant art by Adriana Melo), I wanted to take the fierce women that I saw had be

John Constantine Returns to His Roots in New Hellblazer Series

For 300 issues, Hellblazer stood as one of DC’s most consistently acclaimed comic series, with many of the industry’s greatest talents telling the brutal and bizarre adventures of beloved antihero John Constantine.

An Untried Green Lantern Confronts a Deep Space Mystery in Far Sector

City Enduring, a metropolis at the edge of the universe, hasn’t had a violent crime in 500 years.

First Look: Welcome to Far Sector

If you’re going to represent the human race millions of light years away from Earth, it’s important that you look good. And these pages look very, very good indeed.

First Look: A New Brainiac Rises?
Lex Luthor makes his ubiquitous offer to a forgotten Brainiac-1 and kickstarts a new storyline in this exclusive sneak peek at Supergirl #34.
Gotham Gazette: Joker's Busy Month

How do you keep an 80-year relationship fresh? Do you take it to new and interesting places, or do you embrace the classic things that made the relationship work in the first place?

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