If you’ve seen Shazam!—and if you haven’t, you should stop reading right now—we're sure you have a lot of questions: Was that really Superman?
Like many Flash fans, we were pretty stunned after last week's shocking end-of-episode reveal.
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
It was in 1940, only a year after the debut of Batman in 1939's DETECTIVE COMICS #27, when Bill Finger and Bob Kane decided to sp
Bruce Wayne is a man with a plan. A meticulous, detailed, obsessive (probably unhealthily so) plan.
We enter the second chapter of Scott Snyder and Jock's descent into the depths of Bruce Wayne's broken psyche with a glimpse at
James Wan's Aquaman just swam past a record breaking $1 billion at the box office, and now that the world has had a chance to meet Arthur Curry it's time to look
Scott Snyder and Jock are almost unmatched when it comes to creating terrifying horror comics. The pair enjoy rolling around in the blood, guts and gore of the genre while also strumming our last psychological nerve.
It's my first time joining the Couch Club crew and I'm completely honored to be here. It's a killer column with a sterling pedigree and I’m feeling more than a little pressure because of that.
It's the most wonderful time of the year!