Joe Hill and Stuart Immonen's Plunge is An Icy Trip Through Terror

Plunge treads familiar waters, wrapping a number of horror/sci-fi tropes into a grisly little tale that manages to be pretty damn creepy.

The Monsters and Men of The Low, Low Woods

The Low, Low Woods, from DC's Hill House Comics imprint, is a horror story in two regards.

The Unexpected Horrors of the Nice House on the Lake

It’s a mystery that kicks off in a familiar way, if you’re a fan of mysteries. But then something happens—not the thing you’d expect, but something far worse.

The Conjuring: The Lover Hides Demons in its Details

The first comic from DC’s new horror line will give fans of the sprawling Conjuring universe something fun to chew on.

Basketful of Heads is Scary, Suspenseful and Sharp as an Axe

If you’re a fan of exploitation films, tough final girls and retro, pulpy horror full of twists, give Basketful of Heads a go.

Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy is a Raucous Road Trip to Redemption

My first intro to Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy came when I was just a kid thanks to Batman: The Animated Series. Their relationship was on

Batman: Last Knight on Earth, the DC Black Label miniseries from writer Scott Snyder and artist Greg

Superman: Red Son's Kal-El Isn’t Perfect...and He’s Better for It

The film Superman: Red Son is a fascinating Elseworlds premise. Instead of growing up on a Kansas farm, Kal-El grows up on a farm in the Soviet Union.

DC Black Label's Harleen Probes into Harley Quinn's Abusive Past

In the Batman: The Animated Series episode “Mad Love,” we learn that the quirky Harley Quinn was once Dr.

Batman: Damned is a Horror-Fueled Take on the Dark Knight

Batman: Damned is not just a departure from a traditional superhero story, it's also a macabre turn on the mythos of Bruce Wayne/

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