By now, you could say DC has the whole superhero thing in the bag. But if you’re going to San Diego Comic-Con, you’ll see we have them on the bag too.
You can only tease comic book fans for so long.
In this week's lesson of What Reading My First Comic Book Run Has Taught Me, I learned the importance of what an artist can bring to an issue.
Put down that remote and grab your Comic-Con badge because this summer, the best of #DCTV won’t be on the small screen, but in the halls of the San Diego Convention Center. Warner Bros.
Every now and again, there is a DC story so massive that it shifts the very fabric of reality. We tend to call those stories "Crises" for a couple of reasons.
A lot happened in Supergirl's season finale. Like, A LOT. It resolved hanging plot threads, set up two huge questions, and definitely lived up to its title: "Battles Lost and Won."
Okay, can we pause for a second? I feel like I'm missing a very crucial piece of information here. Despite my lack of experience reading comics, as I've made clear in weeks prior, I consider myself pretty knowledgeable about Superman.
It's always a bit unsettling when your heroes reach a breaking point. Larger than life superheroes seem *larger than life* because they never get exasperated or let their spirit break.
With just one more episode left, Supergirl kicks the danger into high gear. "Make It Reign" raises the stakes and literally puts the fate of the world on Team Supergirl's shoulders.