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
DC: It's unclear just what DC's new Channel 52 will encompass, but it promises "All the news, some of the facts."
Gaming: DC Universe Online's Home Turf DLC is now live, giving players access to inner sanctums, sidekicks and more.
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The spandex set can find Funko Pop! Vinyl versions of DC's heroic trinity without much fuss, but for fans of the New 52 costume designs by Jim Lee, it'll still be a few more months until the more armored versions of Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman are available. Currently sitting at preorder si
Toys: Sideshow Collectibles has released more images of its upcoming premium 1/6 scale DC Comics figures as part of its "12 Days of Sideshow" reveals.
TV: The Today Show's Jenna Wolfe visited the MAD Magazine offices over the weekend and chatted with Editor John Ficarra, Art Director Sam Viviano and longtime MAD artist Al Jaffee.
Merchandise: Zippo is rolling out a line of lighters fea
Baked Goods: Clutzygeek transforms the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles into delicious (and turtle-free) pancakes.
Digital: Select Marvel graphic novels are now available in the Amazon Kindle store.
Upcoming: She-Ra is getting a Mas
While Marvel's parent company is making headlines for buying up Lucasfilm, DC Entertainment's parent Warner Bros. is getting attention for much more serious reasons: A power struggle for control of the company that could impact the
In a surprise ruling yesterday, a California Federal Court judge granted Warner Bros.' request for summary judgment in the never-ending legal battle for control of the Man of Steel, ruling that a 1992 agreement between DC Comics and Joe Shuster's sister, Jean Peavy, meant that the publisher was potentially granted permanent ownership of Shuster's share of the character's copyright, pending appeal.Judge O