Supergirl's David Harewood Brings Back a Classic DC Villain

You’d think Martian Manhunter had enough on his mind these days without also trying to direct an episode of Supergirl.

Unlocking the History of the Multiverse

The CW’s massive “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover event has exposed more people than ever before to the concept of DC’s Multiverse—the expanse of differing “Earths” that the heroes of The Flash, Arrow, Supergirl, Batwoman and

Watchmen: The Ends Are Here

SPOILER ALERT: The following article contains spoilers from the final episode of Watchmen and the final issue of Doomsday Clock.

Crisis on Infinite Earths: To Share or Not to Share

We’re now over halfway through “Crisis on Infinite Earths,” and so far, I think we can all agree that it’s been a lot of fun.

Hell Arisen: The Batman Who Laughs vs. "Apex" Lex

It’s all led to this: Events playing out across the DC Universe for the past year reach their boiling point in Year of the V

Keeping it in the Family: Arrow's Kat McNamara Talks "Crisis" and More

If Oliver Queen’s shocking early death in the first chapter of “Crisis on Infinite Earths” surprised you, imagine what it must feel like to Mia Smoak, his time-displaced daughter who had finally been getting to know her father after a lifeti

"Crisis on Infinite Earths" Will Change DC's TV Universe Forever

It seems impossible to imagine that when Oliver Queen shot his first arrow at a tennis ball back in 2012’s Arrow premiere, he was heading down a path that would eventually bring one of DC’s most defining, and complex, stories to the

First Look: Young Justice is Lost in the Multiverse
The team discovers the multiverse is a strange and wondrous—and very, very big—place in this exclusive sneak peek at this week’s Young Justice #7.
The Batman Who Laughs: Through the Eyes of a Child

After getting to know the Grim Knight in last month's one-shot, we're headed straight back into the mind of Bruce Wayne and his

The Grim Knight: A Dark Reflection of What Could Have Been

As we've ventured into Scott Snyder and Jock's THE BATMAN WHO LAUGHS, we've sunken ever deeper into the cesspit of trauma and fear at

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