Summer is nearly at it end, and as publishers put away its big events and crazy twists for the latter part of the year, getting ready to replace them with... well, more big events and crazy twists! Here’s our guide to the very best new comic series you’ll want to curl up with in the cooler months. Warning: There are a…
Hey, remember that animated Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles crossover that was announced at Comic-Con? Well, now Comic Book Resources has the first issue’s various covers, providing our first look at the new miniseries, and while they are all very different, they’re all great.
Everything about this animated ode to the Batman ‘66 TV series is the most fun thing I’ve seen in ages. There are quick costume changes, holy things, sound effects, puns, and A GIANT OVEN labelled “GIANT OVEN.” Really, what more could you want from this movie?
Commentary about the U.S. general election is in vogue, especially, apparently, if said commentary is being told through morally ambiguous comic book protagonists.
Wil Traval is moving from one comic book show to another—and from Marvel to DC. He’ll be guest-starring in the next season of Arrow as Christopher Chance, a comic book hero who’s already come to live-action not once, but twice.
This is slightly weird. Following Variety’s report that Cyborg (Ray Fisher) was going to crossover into the Flash’s standalone movie, director Rick Famuyiwa has responded on Twitter with a negative. Or, at least, something that sounds like a negative.
Given what he went through in Batman v Superman, if it’s the update to the Superman costume we think it is, it’d make sense. If it isn’t, then we’re being fooled by an Instagram filter and in that case god damn you, Henry Cavill, you sneaky devil.
Sean Murphy’s been a staple in DC projects for years. His latest, an upcoming arc of All-Star Batman with Scott Snyder, is apparently the first of two new bat-projects he’s working on. The other will be his very own Batman series—and it’s sounding wild so far.
The great thing about comic books is the volume: they’ve been around for a long time and there have been so many issues, reboots, and continuities that there’s never a lack of things to discover. The best thing about comic books is that all that space has allowed things to get weird.
Even though Suicide Squad set a few box office records in its opening days, it dropped significantly over the weekend. In fact, it dropped almost as far as Batman v. Superman, the movie it was supposed to make up for.
It turns out “Martha” isn’t the only name that has a strong impact in the DC Universe. There’s also “Supergirl Lives.”
The Wonder Woman film is still nearly a year away from being released, but there’s already a lot riding on it. The amount of pressure on the solo movies in the DC movieverse to set up the franchise is so high that we would’t be shocked if Diana herself couldn’t hold it up.
Bright lights, big (gorilla) city! Come for the stunning views, stay for the highly intelligent apes desperately eager to beat you into a tiny Barry Allen-shaped pulp.
CBS might be open to taking on another superhero show—but for now, the CW is full-up on superpowered television series, at least according to its president. Turns out you can have too much of a good thing, sometimes.
If you thought that there couldn’t be a somehow even more delightful behind-the-scenes story behind the amazing Supergirl moment when Barry brings Kara and James Olsen ice cream, prepare to be proved wrong.
The news came from the CW’s TCA presentation, where executive producer Greg Berlanti announced a two-part musical coming late in the season. And that’s not all the excitement in store of DC’s CW-verse next year.
The CW’s DC Universe is getting a little bigger—and a little more diverse. Straight from the channel’s panel at the Television Critics Association summer tour, a new animated series for CW Seed has been revealed: and it’ll star the little-known DC comics hero Ray Terrill, better known as The Ray.
I cannot bear the secret any longer. Guys, you were right. You who complained that the media was somehow prejudiced against DC movies were right. You who thought that Marvel/Disney was paying off critics to praise their movies while slamming DC’s were right. You were always right. And now I must confess: there is a…
Getting from to Anthony’s Comics Book Art in Moonachie, New Jersey, from New York involves a short drive on the highway and a longer stretch through a series of industrial parks. They’re all single-story warehouses you normally find huddled around airports or shipping yards. The roads have been ravaged by overloaded…