A Brief History of Batman on the Small Screen

Batman has been swooshing across our television sets for over fifty years. It all started with Bruce Wayne taking center stage with a bang (and a POW!) in 1966, and his iconic alter ego is still gracing our small screens today.

Superman '78 Feels Like Going Home Again

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s...Brainiac?!

Suicide Squad: Get Joker! Will (Figuratively) Blow Your Mind

The Suicide Squad exploded into movie theaters this weekend in a frenzy of furious, fast-paced action.

Ryan North and Derek Charm Bring Middle Grade Magic to Constantine
Bring Some Batman to Your Bar with Gotham City Cocktails

Have you ever wondered what Bruce Wayne indulges in when he spends a night out on the town? Author André Darlington knows!

Speed Read These Five Fun Flash Facts

The DC Universe is famous for superheroes who can fly through the air, run faster than sound, bend steel with their bare hands and wield more powers than can fit in a single sentence.

QUIZ: Which of We Found a Monster's Creatures Are You?

Casey Clive seems like your average kid. He lives in the small town of Serena Mar with his dad and likes to spend his time drawing and watching monster movies. But Casey has a secret—he’s a real-life monster magnet!

How to Dress Like Diana Prince in Wonder Woman 1984

Wonder Woman 1984 is an explosion of gorgeous colors across the screen from start to finish. From the glittering fireworks above Washington D.C.

My Video Game Ate My Homework Is Virtually the Best

There’s a lot you can accomplish with good friends at your side. Spend time together at your favorite hangout? Check. Fix big mistakes as a team? Check.

Anti/Hero Asks You to Walk a Mile in Someone Else's Secret Identity

Anti/Hero, DC’s latest graphic novel for readers ages 8-12, is the story of two young all-new characters in the DC Universe.

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