One of my favorite cartoonists of the last couple of years, Mike Maihack once said he was done writing and drawing what are manifestly the cutest Supergirl and Batgirl team-up comic strips of all time, citing some kind of strange desire to work on "his own projects" that have, like, "true personal significance" and provide him with a sense of "creative and professional accomplishment" or whatever. And while, yeah, it's true that his comic Cleopatra in Space and contributions to Archaia
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Cosplay: Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson didn't need any stinkin' foam padding for his Hulk costume this Halloween. He did it Ferrigno style.
Industry: Hurricane Sandy delayed some of Maryland-based Diamond Comic Distributors'
Fans seem to love Barbara Gordon no matter her role is in the DC Universe, but most are especially fond of her earliest adventures as the brightest member of the Dark Knight family. This love has recently resulted in the character returning to costumed crimefighting as Batgirl in DC's New 52 and bon
One of the problems with soliciting comics that won't be released for another three months is that, sometimes, publishers spoil plot points or give away things that were meant to be a secret for awhile longer
Mattel's DC Universe Classics brand has been relegated from retail to the pricier Mattycollector subscription service, but plenty of compatible 6" superhero figures will continue to roll out in stores via the rebranded DC Unlimited and Batman Unlimited lines in early 2013. Among the figures headed to retail under the Batman Unlimited banner will be "New 52" versions of Batman and Batgirl,
Video: South Korean pop star Psy and his equestrian style dance moves have inspired some intrepid The Legend of Korra cosplayers to kick it Gangnam Style.
Crowdfunding: Top Cow's Cyber Force Kickstarter has successfully raised its goal of $75,000 for the creation and distribution of free issu
The Batman: Beyond the Night of the Owls panel kicked off on Thursday afternoon at Comic-Con International in San Diego, featuring moderator Bob Wayne (DC's VP - Sales), editor Mike Marts and writers Gail Simone, John Layman, Scott Lobdell, James Tynion IV, Scott Snyder, J.H. Williams III, David Finch, Gregg Hurwitz and Ky
Illustrator Kyle Hilton has impressed us before with his highly entertaining paper dolls based on characters from shows like Breaking Bad, Downton Abbey, Parks and Rec, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Arrested Development, but this week he turned his craft towards a fan-favorite character from the DC Universe: Stephanie Brown. We've also got a Thor paper doll by Hilton after the cut, so click through for bigger versions, and check out the rest of his paper dolls and his full portfolio for mor
Batman's villains are unquestionably the greatest bad guys in comics. The best of them are compelling, complex characters in their own right that can work in a variety of stories, and even the second-stringers tend to be, at the very least, visually interesting