Keith Hendricks | November 27, 2013
The title of this article is taken from one of the most cited Bronze Age Superman stories, Elliot S! Maggin’s story, “Must There Be a Superman,” in which Superman ponders whether his existence does more harm than good. Recently DC Comics has been thinking a similar question about whether Lois Lane should be in the [...]
Leo Reyna | October 30, 2013
It’s almost time for Halloween and what better way to celebrate the occasion than to show off superheroes dress in cheaply made costume of themselves? Especially when it’s drawn by comic book illustrator Karl Heitmueller Jr.
Joe Grunenwald | October 21, 2013
This past week saw the release of Batwoman #24. The issue is notable for kicking off the DEO-orchestrated showdown between Batwoman and Batman that has been brewing for months. It’s also notable as the final issue of J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman’s run on the series. The two have been writing the book, [...]
Joe Grunenwald | October 9, 2013
When I was a kid, I always thought that Superman and Wonder Woman were a couple. It just makes sense, right? In my mind they were the main male and female heroes, so of course they kissed and held hands sometimes. Then again, I thought He-Man and She-Ra were a couple, too, so what did [...]
Matt Wood | October 2, 2013
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Jen Sylvia | October 1, 2013
Fans rejoice, for there is a way to cast Wonder Woman. There is a way to make her costume relevant and still evoke its traditional roots. There is a way to show the emotional strength and moral steel of a character such as this.
Leo Reyna | September 17, 2013
After being cast as the new Batman in the forthcoming Batman Vs. Superman movie, Ben Affleck finally opens up on being the Dark Knight in the Man of Steel sequel and the internet hate that followed on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
Joe Grunenwald | September 13, 2013
With the last issue of The Flash the identity of the Reverse-Flash was revealed. Daniel West is the latest villain to use the title. Where previous versions of the character had fairly personal connections to The Flash – Eobard Thawne tried on multiple occasions to take over Barry Allen’s life, and Hunter Zolomon felt it [...]
Leo Reyna | September 5, 2013
Batwoman writer and artist J.H. Williams III will leave the acclaimed title over editorial interference from DC Comics. In a joint statement made by Williams III and Batwoman co-writer, W. Haden Blackman, last-minute editorial decisions by DC Comics caused the duo’s departure from the supernatural Bat-comic. “From the moment DC asked us to write [...]
Keith Hendricks | August 15, 2013
Dial H #15 isn’t quite the close of China Mieville’s contributions to the DC Comics mythology of Dial H for Hero, as in Villain Month we will get the Dial E for Evil story in Justice League 23.3. However, this is the final chapter in the Dial H series and it does being some closure, [...]
Mackenzie and Walker | August 7, 2013
David and Robert have never been die-hard loyalist fanatics, but in recent years their consumption has both focused primarily on DC Comics. With certain recent events changing that ratio, they’ve devoted some time into differences they notice between the two companies. Over the coming weeks, they’ll share some observations with you. This is Crossing Worlds After the [...]
MaraW | August 2, 2013
“Spanning the Universes” spotlights a different comic book character every week and suggests stories featuring those characters for you to seek out and gleefully devour. Want to see your favorite character featured in this column? Make suggestions in the comments and let us know who you’re passionate about! WHO are they? No other female [...]