Six Can't-Miss Lists in The DC Book of Lists

A lot can happen in a multiverse. Whole worlds begin and end. Histories are created and occasionally erased. Superheroes come and go—and come back again. How can anyone keep track of it all?

Shaping a Universe: Mark Waid Returns to DC

Two years ago, a colleague introduced me at a promotional event for the Harley Quinn animated series to writer and frequent unofficial “ambassador of comics” Jim

First Look: The (Somewhat Familiar) Horrors of Earth-13
Five Things You'll Only Find in The DC Book

How can just one book hold the secrets of the entire DC Universe?

Who's Who in the Multiverse-Spanning Justice League Incarnate

There’s a new Justice League in town—and by “town,” we mean heroes united from across the Multiverse in an effort to save all of existence.

DC Beyond the Panels - Joshua Williamson on Justice League Incarnate

Get ready for the greatest team in the Multiverse! In a new installment of DC Beyond the Panels, bestselling writer Joshua Williamson (Infinite Frontier, The Flash) delves into the second arc of his Infinite Frontier saga! Join President Superman, Flashpoint Batman, and a few brand-new characters as they battle their way across the Multiverse, facing Darkseid along the way. Get Justice League Incarnate at a comics shop near you or digitally beginning 11/30.

Small Victory: Brandon Routh Makes His DC Return on The Flash

Brandon Routh has been a part of the DC Multiverse for over fifteen years now.

DC Beyond the Panels - Tom Taylor on Dark Knights of Steel

Swords. Sorcery. Superheroes. The DC Universe meets epic high fantasy in Dark Knights of Steel, a new 12-issue series from bestselling writer Tom Taylor (Injustice, DCeased, Superman: Son of Kal-El) and acclaimed artist Yasmine Putri. Discover the roots of this fantastic new take on DC's heroes and villains as Taylor answers our questions while previewing some phenomenal art from issue #1.

First Look: Taylor and Putri Merge Swords, Sorcery and Superheroes

The DC Multiverse is a strange and wondrous thing, full of unique, vibrant worlds both familiar and unlike anything you’ve ever dreamed. Tom Taylor has a knack for writing both.

How Harley Quinn Got Her Groove Back

For years Harley Quinn was known as “the Joker’s girlfriend,” but she’s proven that she’s much more.

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