DC Comics announced two brand new digital comics formats Tuesday evening, one that might look somewhat familiar to readers of Marvel's Infinite Comics, the other which puts a new spin on the classic "choose your own adventure" book.
It's ComicsAlliance's first day back, and our return is due in large part to our readers, many of whom showed up nearly every day to show support even when the site all but shut down. After all of that, we felt the need to show our appreciation in some small way, and we figured handing out some cool stuff was at least a pretty good start, so we've teamed up with our new sister sites Arcade Sushi and ScreenCrush to set up a giveaway of this Batman: Arkham Asylum Breakout Lego Set.
By now many fans have read DC's Injustice: Gods Among Us prequel comic and have a basic understanding of the character motivations in NetherRealm's upcoming post-apocalyptic fighting game that pits heroes and villains against... villain-y heroes and heroic-ish villains? It's a turbulent elseworld where up is down and down is up, with two characte
Various bits of news have come out of last weekend's ComicsPRO retailer meeting, and we now have one more announcement. According to reports, DC Comics will not include the "WTF Certified" logo on any of their April books, as was previously expected.Shortly after th
Last week DC Comics announced Adventures of Superman, a new digital-first series set to tell out-of-continuity stories about the Man of Steel, with a rotating creative team that features some of the more talented and popular names in comics. Normally this sort of news would be met with near universal acclaim, but the inclusion of science fiction author Orson Scott Card has proven to be a point of contenti
Yesterday, in the second installment of their new monthly column over on CBR, DC Comics Editor-in-Chief Bob Harras and Editorial Director Bobbie Chase made a few announcements, but the biggest revelation was that DC Comics is canceling six books: Fury of Firestorm, Ravagers, Savage Hawkman, Deathstroke, Sword Of Sorcery and Team 7. Put in perspective, that is nearly 12 percent of its monthly titles.
Following that, today DC announced two new upcoming books: The Movement, from writer Gail Simone