We may never know who the perpetrators of the WannaCry ransomware attack really were. We do know that they utilized an exploit that was part of the NSA’s toolkit. We know that the exploit was leaked by a group called The Shadow Brokers. We know the US government is pointing to North Korea. And new research from…
The ongoing saga of post-Rebirth Superman culminated this week in the final part of “Superman Reborn” in the pages of Action Comics. It didn’t just forever solve the tale of two Clark Kents though—it had some extremely big ramifications for the whole of the DC Universe.
There’s a big push among ISIS members to enhance technical knowledge, specifically of software that could be used to counteract surveillance. According to a new report released Friday, discussion among jihadist forums proliferates the circulation of manuals and tutorials on how to use VPNs, proxy services, and other…
One of the biggest questions about the DC/CW universe of shows is whether the Flash, when he ended his second season by saving his mom in the past and rewriting the timeline, would also have changed the timelines of Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow. Yesterday, Stephen Amell suddenly declared that it would. Then he…
Remember how I was wondering if DC's next straight-to-DVD animated movie Flashpoint Paradox, based on the Flashpoint minseries that transformed the regular DC universe into the New 52-niverse, would do the same for DC animation? I've stopped wondering, because the answer is a loud, empathic "Yes."
The first clip for DC's direct-to-home video movie Justice League: Flashpoint Paradox has arrived, as Cyborg assembles a team to stop Aquaman and Wonder Woman before the Atlantis/Amazon war kills everyone on the planet, asking a particularly red-eyed Batman to lead it (no spoilers, but he's not just tired).
The Flash didn't just wake up on the wrong side of bed, he woke up in the wrong universe. He has no powers, the Justice League doesn't exist, and someone else is wearing Batman's cowl — and he's starring in Flashpoint, DC's next straight-to-home-video animated movie. here's the first trailer.
Alright, tomorrow is the Wednesday for DC, a.k.a. the day they restart Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, and just about every other superhero, save Ambush Bug. Now begins the biggest comic book gambit in recent memory.
You may have noticed that DC Comics is audaciously canceling their entire superhero line and restarting it with 52 first issues come September. Details about this relaunch are still fairly murky, but here's a primer on what we do know.
Big summer crossover season is in full swing, as DC and Marvel both release slew of Flashpoint and Fear Itself tie-in books. Also, Richard K. Morgan returns to comics, and the purple-pantsed goliath puts on a familiar face.
We're only one issue into DC's fractured timeline Flash story Flashpoint, but apparently the miniseries' ramifications are so monumental they'll knock the entire DC Universe back to
square issue one. Also, DC's starting day-and-date digital publishing with these renumbered titles.
This week's comic haul brings new issues of Marvel and DC's big summer events, a new Hellboy miniseries from Dark Horse, and an unfamiliar, cheesed-off Caped Crusader who's more Punisher than Adam West.
io9 recently caught up with DC Comics architect Geoff Johns to discuss Flashpoint, the publisher's big summer series starring the Flash, a screwed-up timeline, and a truckload of weirdo superheroes saving the world.
DC Comics has just unveiled this preview image for this summer's alternate universe Flash megaseries Flashpoint. Along with Cyborg being Earth's foremost defender and Aquaman and Wonder Woman going to war in Europe, a lot of other craziness is unfolding.
What's heating up comic stores this summer? Big summer extravaganzas for the Flash and Thor, new Hellboy and Locke and Key miniseries, and the return of the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. Here's a sampling of this summer's comic goodies.
This summer, DC kicks off Flashpoint, a line-wide alternate reality tale with The Flash at the center. We recently caught up Flash artist Francis Manapul and asked him what it's like to draw the Scarlet Speedster and what we can anticipate from DC's next big story.