Wonder Woman is, of course, an Amazon with extraordinary powers, but she also represents the most aspirational qualities of humanity.
As if there wasn’t enough to worry about on the streets of Gotham City, add a crew of undead super-villains to the list.
For more than forty years, Slade Wilson has been one of DC’s most compelling—and loathsome—antagonists. He’s famously targeted the Teen Titans numerous times, along with remaining a consistent threat across the DC Universe.
Writer Phillip Kennedy Johnson established himself as a creative force at DC starting in 2019 with the critically acclaimed DC Black Label series
Writer Tim Sheridan sent Billy Batson to hell—literally—in Future State: Shazam!, and he’s teaming with artist Clayton Henr
Jonathan Kent’s time has come.
The DC Universe has been through…a lot. That has been true for quite a while, but especially lately.
Following in the grand tradition of Batman Black and White, Harley Quinn put her own delightfully twisted spin on the limited color concept last year in the DC Black Label anthology series
Writer James Tynion IV is no stranger to the world of horror—there have been strong horror themes throughout his current run on Batman, and in his recently launched The Joker series.
With a dad like the galactically infamous Czarnian bounty hunter Lobo, you might expect Crush to be a…difficult personality. And, well, you’d be right.