Revisiting Superman: Earth One

The year was 2010. Fanboys and fangirls were living in a whole new world. Thanks to Iron Man, Batman Begins and The Dark Knight, comic book movies were finally stepping away from being laughable participants in the film industry and becoming true Hollywood blockbusters. It seemed like comic book characters were suddenly being embraced by the public with open arms all over again (similar to the half-rise in comic book movies that sprung up after Tim Burton’s first Batman film).

Vertigo Book Club: Finally Getting to Fables

When I started here at DC (back in 2012, for anyone keeping score), we had just relaunched the Vertigo website and were building out a section for FABLES. The series was still ongoing at that time and had become one of Vertigo’s flagship books. Only SANDMAN had as much name recognition and only HELLBLAZER had more longevity. As the content editor for Vertigo, I was responsible for creating material for this new section of the site.

The problem was, I’d never read it.

Jason's Picks: No Time Like the '90s

April is a month for many that brings on unhappy feelings. Whether it is the encroaching end of the school year or the taxman knocking on your door, beat back all those fears with a good old comic book!

DC, just like every previous month, has released new collections and graphic novels! There are some real gems this month for you to read so let’s not waste any more time. Here are my choices for some amazing DC graphic novels you need to pick up at your local comic book shop.

DC All Access: Win a 75th Anniversary Graphic Novel Prize Package

It's a giveaway 75 years in the making! In today's new episode of DC All Access, get to know DC's Legends of Tomorrow as Ciara Renee (Hawkgirl), Falk Hentschel (Hawkman), Arthur Darvill (Rip Hunter), Brandon Routh (Atom) and Executive Producer Phil Klemmer discuss what we can expect when the show premieres next January.

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