We finally have a face to go with all the brooding! After appearing largely as a peripheral, faceless figure throughout Titans’ debut season,
It's Batman's 80th anniversary, and Brian Michael Bendis isn't letting the milestone occasion go by without celebrating it in a very Superman way.
With how much we’ve been talking about Doom Patrol lately, let’s not forget that there are not one, not two, but three more TV shows still set to debut on DC Universe over the next year.
Looks like season 2 of Titans is keeping it in the family. The Wilson family, that is.
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
Four episodes in and we, along with the actual Doom Patrol team, have no idea what kind of secrets the Chief is hiding.
Having a blockbuster movie that grossed over a billion dollars worldwide may have finally earned Aquaman some respect.
You don't have to be the King of Atlantis or even breathe underwater to visit Atlantis.
We need to talk about Cyborg's dad, Doom Patrol fans.