Gotham City is about to go off the chain, apparently, because no fewer than five Batman titles will be on sale from DC Comics in November. At the start of what the publisher promises to be a very Bat-heavy weekend at New York Comic Con, DC's The Source blog released a series of five new house ads spotlightin
As the comics industry makes the trek to San Diego for the annual Comic-Con mega-event, DC has continued posting art and news on The Source blog, including a post today featuring art from the upcoming "Batwoman" series by J.H. Williams III. We love us some "Batwoman" at ComicsAlliance, and while we were very sad to hear that Greg Rucka w
Although this week's Project Rooftop Batwoman art series was originally conceived as a response to Greg Rucka and J.H. Williams III's "Detective Comics" run coming to an end at DC, today's news that the publisher would continue the adventures of Kate Kane in a new ongoing series should have the assemb
Batwoman is back. After Greg Rucka announced during Wondercon that he would be stepping down from the planned "Batwoman" ongoing series -- and DC Comics -- there was a great deal of speculation from fans about what the future held for the character of Kate Kane, and now we know the answer. DC has officially announced not only that a "Batwoman" series is still in the works, but that "Detective Com
At his Wondercon spotlight panel over the weekend, writer Greg Rucka made a series of surprising announcements, most notably that he had finished his work at DC Comics and would not be writing the previously discussed "Batwoman" comic. Beyond tho
Following our breaking news that Greg Rucka's will be departing from DC Comics and will not be writing the "Batwoman" comic, his "Detective Comics" collaborator J.H. Willliams III weighed in on the announcement on his blog today, echoing the sadness expressed many fans that Rucka will not b
It's Girl Week on ComicsAlliance, and as part of our celebrations of women in comics, we're taking a look at the women who actually are in the comics! Today, we're taking a look at a few of our favorite (and least favorite) super-heroines to see how they stack up, as ranked by CA Senior Writer Chris Sims!
The Queen Mother of all super-heroines, Wonder Woman was one of the first, and certainly the longest running female hero in comics, and in the years since her debut in 1941, she's been a feminist icon, the subject of Frederic Wertham's controversial scrutiny, and one of the core members of the DC Universe. Pretty impressive, considering that