Diana: Princess of the Amazons Show that Even Heroes Need Friends

In Diana: Princess of the Amazons, writers Shannon Hale and Dean Hale and artist Victoria Ying tell the story of an 11-year-old Dian

James Tynion Brings Batman to a New "Action-Horror" Era

Following “City of Bane,” Gotham is a very different place. And, following the tragedies and triumphs during the celebrated 85-issue Batman run by writer Tom King, the Dark Knight himself has changed.

Dark Secrets and Nightmares Await Inside The Low, Low Woods

Time flies in Shudder-To-Think, Pennsylvania—no, really.

Jim Lee and Daniel Warren Johnson Talk Wonder Woman: Dead Earth

For the past eight years, writer and artist Daniel Warren Johnson has built an enthusiastic fanbase entranced and thrilled by his alternative aesthetic, vivid imagination and quirky, unique characters in creator-owned comics like Space-M

Meet the New Suicide Squad...Just Don't Get Too Attached
Task Force X is back, and the missions are deadlier than ever…if the team doesn’t kill each other before they get started, that is.
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

Diana Fights for Post-Apocalyptic Survival in Wonder Woman: Dead Earth
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.

The Question Lives, Dies and Lives Again with Lemire and Cowan
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.

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