Ever since DC began its Rebirth initiative, one giant mystery has hung over its comics: just how the hell do the Watchmen play into the new DC universe? Today’s Batman is the first issue in the saga that promises to reveal this mystery. It’s light on revelations, but it already has us asking even more questions.
When DC Rebirth kicked off, Batman found the blood-dripped badge of the Comedian embedded in the wall of the Batcave, leaving him very confused but confirming to us that the world of Watchmen was coming to the DC universe. Since then, nothing much has really happened with it—but starting this April, that will change.
Greetings and salutations my... uh... greeters/saluters. Sorry last week’s mailbag got briefly lost in the mail (the irony!) but here’s an extra-large one to make up for it, including whether WB could “Rebirth” the DCMU, who should star in Marvel’s Suicide Squad, and how you can recognize if a woman is in a…
The powers-that-be at DC Comics are terraforming their fictional landscape yet again. Let’s take a look at exactly what’s transforming.
Green Arrow has been a steady series for DC since the New 52 launched in 2011—as of last year, issues of the series were averaging between 30 and 20,000 copies a month. But the promise of DC Rebirth’s changes for Oliver Queen have apparently been met with surprising, rousing success.
Today is the day! DC Rebirth #1 is out, and with it, a crazy new chapter begins in the annals of DC Comics’ long and storied history. There’s a lot of big teases in this huge 80-page special—we’ve read through the whole thing and broke down the biggest reveals, and what they might mean for DC’s multiverse going…
This week everything changes for the DC comics universe again... kind of. All the talk of DC Rebirth lately—especially the recent news about events kicking off this new story—might have you a bit unsure of what’s ahead for Wonder Woman, Batman, Superman, and friends. But don’t worry! We’re here to explain exactly…
Over the weekend, DC Comics finally lifted the lid on Rebirth, its rapidly incoming creative reshuffle that sees a plethora of new series and changes coming to the DC roster. But one huge character was missing from these big announcements: Superman. Sort of. Kinda. Allow me to explain.
For months, the House of Superman has been teasing something called Rebirth. Now, they’re starting to talk about what it is.
Those @aol.com email domain names? With apologies to dad, total jokes! AOL hopes to change that however, and it started today with an attempt to, hrm, freshen up its fledgling brand. Meet Project Phoenix!