There's No Better Time to Revisit New Super-Man

When Rebirth shook things up in the DC Universe in 2016, a refreshing twist on one of the publisher’s iconic characters came with it.

Comic Teaser - Monkey Prince

Writer Gene Luen Yang and artist Bernard Chang welcome the newest hero in the DC Universe, the Monkey Prince! Marcus Sun may not seem like much on the surface, but he's the great sage, equal to the heavens, and can transform into 72 different formationsall while trying to pass his classes at Gotham High. Oh, and did we mention that he's better than all of those dummies on the Justice League? He sure seems to think so, at least! Get Monkey Prince #1 at a comics shop near you or digitally now!

The Man, the Myth, the Monkey: Introducing the Monkey Prince

Every culture in the history of the planet has its own mythology. The stories we tell to explain the world, to inspire and to entertain through the long nights. Ancient Greeks had a pantheon of gods, from Zeus to Hades.

First Look: The Origins of the Monkey Prince
Get a glimpse of Marcus Sun before he became the DC Universe’s greatest (his words, not ours) hero in this exclusive sneak peek of Monkey Prince #1.
Changing the World Through Story: Gene Luen Yang Talks Race and Comics

To celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we’re shining the spotlight on a few of the talented AAPI writers and artists working for DC today.

Meet the Monkey Prince: Yang and Chang Introduce DC's Newest Hero

This month, DC celebrates Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month in style with

This Week on DC UNIVERSE INFINITE: A New Sweet Tooth Saga Begins!

Happy Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month!

Read "Superman Smashes the Klan" For Free with the DC Book Club

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month and the DC Book Club is getting into the spirit by reading and discussing Superman Smashes the Klan, last year’s acclaimed standalone Superman comic from Gene Luen Yang and G

Jim Lee and Asian American Superheroes - Library of Congress Panel

For Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month, DC Chief Creative Officer and Publisher Jim Lee appears in conversation with illustrator Bernard Chang (Generations Forged) and writers Sarah Kuhn (Shadow of the Batgirl) and Minh Lê (Green Lantern: Legacy). Moderated by former National Ambassador for Young People's Literature Gene Luen Yang (Superman Smashes the Klan).

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