The Demon: Hell is Earth Offers Etrigan a Fiery Return

The Justice League is great, but there is a whole slew of characters in the DC Universe outside of our good friends Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, the Flash and Green Lantern. There’s literally an encyclopedia full of hundreds of them. They range in size, shape and importance.

EXCLUSIVE: Etrigan Emerges Again in The Demon: Hell is Earth

Look here, fans, and take a break.
A new comic announcement we’re ready to make.
About a war on Earth to destroy all man
And a rhyming demon named Etrigan.

Andrew Constant writes this new tale of fright,
Bringing startling new layers of the Demon to light.
He’s assisted by artists of the highest skill:
Messrs. Walker and Hennessy their duties fulfill.

Three Reasons Why You Really Need to be Reading Aquaman

He’s a member of the Justice League, has just celebrated his 75th Anniversary and will soon get his own feature film, and yet you still don’t hear too many people talking about Aquaman. That’s a shame because as his many fans know, Aquaman is one of the most interesting, creatively rich characters in the DC Universe. He’s both a super hero and a king—two roles that are often dynamically at odds with each other. He has a fiery paramour who comes from a shunned segment of Atlantis. And he can wield sharks as weapons!

DC Comics Art Academy Featuring Brad Walker (2016)

Welcome to the DC Comics Art Academy, a series of art tutorials recorded at Comic-Cons featuring many of the gifted and unique artists working for DC today. In today's installment, Aquaman artist Brad Walker draws the hero of his book while explaining how his interest in science fiction led him to drawing Aquaman, why the way he draws scales is controversial and how colorful heroes are making a comeback (at least if he has anything do with it!).

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DC Comics Art Academy Featuring Brad Walker

Welcome to the DC Comics Art Academy, a series of art tutorials recorded at Comic-Cons throughout 2015 and featuring many of the gifted and unique artists working for DC today. In today's installment, we take to the stars for a sci-fi tinged session featuring Sinestro artist Brad Walker. Brad discusses setting panels in space, the difference between drawing heroes and villains in comics and breaks down his monthly process.

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Justin Jordan Talks GREEN LANTERN: NEW GUARDIANS’ New Direction

Next month, get ready to welcome the New Guardians.

Beginning with issue #21, GREEN LANTERN: NEW GUARDIANS will come to you from writer Justin Jordan and artist Brad Walker. And today, we’re giving you a first look at this fan-favorite series’ new direction by showing you some of Walker’s stunning artwork!

So where will GREEN LANTERN: NEW GUARDIANS pick up following the shattering events of “Wrath of The First Lantern”?

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