In 1938, Action Comics published a tale of an orphaned infant, sent away from everything he knew to have a chance at a better life, raised in a culture not his own, taught a language not his own, struggled to belong as someone “different,” and through it all wanted nothing more than to be accepted and give back to the home that adopted him.More
You may know G’nort as the bumbling Green Lantern who protects Space Sector 68. Then again, you may not know G’nort at all.
John Henry Irons—the DC super hero known as Steel—is enjoying a resurgence, thanks to both the “Dawn of DC,” and the “Steel: Engineer of Tomorrow” story arc currently in “Action Comics.”
Jim Lee, the world-renowned artist, writer, editor, and publisher, was named President, Publisher, and Chief Creative Officer of the iconic comic book company, DC. The announcement was made today by Pam Lifford, President of Global Brands, Franchises, and Experiences at Warner Bros. Discovery, to whom Lee will continue to report.
The Dark Crisis is over, the Justice League is no more and the Dawn of DC is upon us. The Titans have stepped up to become the DC Universe’s premier superhero team, and all eyes are on them but who are Starfire, Raven, Donna Troy, and Beast Boy? Where do they come from, and what do they stand for?
Following yesterday’s reveal of the kind of nightmares that could only haunt a Super-Villain, today DC is unveiling the Knight Terrors facing Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, the Titans, and more this summer.
Superstar writer Mark Waid (“Superman: Birthright”) is reteaming with JLA Artist Bryan Hitch for a three-issue DC Black Label miniseries, “Superman: The Last Days of Lex Luthor.”
DC is back with more stories featuring Gotham City’s most unpredictable antihero with “Harley Quinn: Black + White + Redder,” the follow up to the Harvey award-nominated anthology series, “Harley Quinn: Black + White + Red.”
Even after losing a hand in issue no.134, Batman won’t stop until he’s taken down Red Mask, in the conclusion of “The Bat-Man of Gotham.” In issue no.135, on sale May 2, The Dark Knight faces off against this new multiversal adversary to save a Gotham City that’s never known hope.
DC and MAD Magazine mourn the loss of the incomparable Al Jaffee, creator of the MAD Fold-In, “Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions,” and many other MAD features throughout the decades.
We asked a breakout artificial inelegance program to write about Lois Lane. This is what it said.
DC Comics has launched a website designed to promote their latest publications. Their new Daily Planet webpage is a part of their main branded site and is designed to encourage readers to purchase the latest Superman comics.
Last week, DC provided fans at WonderCon with first looks at “Wonder Woman,” “Batman: The Brave and the Bold,” “Unstoppable Doom Patrol” and more.
The latest episode of “Superman & Lois,” which aired on The CW today, showed off an interesting tie-in Easter Egg to a 1950’s series starring George Reeves as the Man of Steel, as well as a Metropolis landmark from one of the most influential eras in comics.
Exclusive first looks were the theme of yesterday’s Dawn of DC panel at WonderCon 2023 in Anaheim, California. Fans in attendance got to hear directly from their favorite writers and artists, who shared details on upcoming storylines and revealed art that hasn’t been seen anywhere else.