Batman will once again face off against Ra’s al Ghul in a new miniseries written and illustrated by the villain’s co-creator, Neal Adams.
Arthur Curry is finally in a position to reclaim his memories and his identity as Aquaman, but will the King of the Seas embrace his destiny?
To save Gotham City and himself, the real Bruce Wayne may have to truly become the new Batman Who Laughs.
A new graphic novel for middle-grade readers shows children getting life advice from their favorite members of the Justice League.
Evil is rising in DC’s latest event, as Lex Luthor makes his boldest play to date to take out Superman and the Justice League.
Miguel reaches his breaking point with the Operator, as Mr. Thunder’s operative closes in on the Dial that can turn anyone into a superhero.
It’s easy to be cool when you already look like some sort of god. Less so when you’re the original Aquaman.
In Flash #68, everyone is perfectly happy in Central City, thanks to the Trickster’s new brainwashing technique. Now, he just needs to kill the Flash.
DC Comics is paying homage to the horror genre with two variant covers gracing issues of their upcoming DCeased event.
The star of the upcoming superhero film thinks Shazam would be an ideal fit for the Justice League, if a sequel is ever made.
There’s a showdown on Rann as Hal Jordan has to prove his loyalty to the Blackstars by facing Adam Strange in a duel to the death.
To celebrate Batman’s 80th anniversary, we’re looking at five iconic stories that deserve to become animated feature films.
Shazam and his friends enter the Wildlands, a magical realm where animals live like humans and a talking tiger named Tawny fights his inner nature.
Deathstroke’s daughter, Rose Wilson, is joining the Titans in season two, as Chelsea T. Zhang steps into the role of Ravager.
In a new clip from DC Comics’ forthcoming adaptation, Shazam! finds himself coercing a young ally to keep his secret. But it’s not as easy as it looks.
Arthur’s quest for answers has led him directly to a vengeful goddess, who has transformed his only friend into a monster.
The Man of Steel will take flight again with DC Comics’ forthcoming Superman: Year One, a three-issue series that will be written by Frank Miller.
Early estimates indicate that Shazam! will have a promising start, but the film may not reach superheroic heights.
The cast of Dark Horse’s Black Hammer will meet the Justice League in a new limited series from writer Jeff Lemire and artist Michael Walsh.
The Dark Knight Trilogy is being celebrated with special screenings, and Christopher Nolan is attending the first showing in Hollywood!
The Omega Men face an army of deranged Supergirl clones as the real Supergirl’s search for answers nears a bloody conclusion.