This morning, DC Comics announced its long-rumored new Watchmen project, a prequel titled Before Watchmen that expands on the characters and world of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons's seminal 1986 comic book, which was adapted into a 2009 movie. Featuring a variety of top-tier writers and artists across the comics industry, it will expand on the history of the world of Watc
Bleedingcool has posted two new images from what they're calling "one of the Watchmen prequel products currently being developed at DC Comics under the code name 'Panic Room.'" Apparently, Jodie Foster and Kristen Stewart have nothing to do with it! Joe Kubert and son Andy Kubert have teamed up for an image of Nite Owl, with JG Jones illustrating The Comedian. We're still not sure how to feel about all the Watchmen news, but they're
Today marks DC Comics' historic transition from one prime continuity to another and it's no small shift -- as billed on the cover to the final comic told from the old DC Universe, "It all changes here!" The names may be the same, the costumes recognizable, but history is already playing out quite a bit differently in the new DCU
This week DC released Flashpoint #5, by Geoff Johns and Andy Kubert, and Justice League #1, by Geoff Johns and Jim Lee, the first comic in a relaunched and dramatically different DC Universe. The first represents the last story in the ol
At the end of today's Flashpoint #1, Barry Allen comes to a shocking conclusion about the Batman of the world of Flashpoint that certainly changes the nature of the character for the duration of this (likely) temporary detour, providing some interesting storytelling opportunities with a twisted funhouse version of the Legend of the Dark Knight.
So, what is it? Is he a pirate? A caveman? A comics editor? Grant Morrison? Chris Sims? If you want SPOILERS keep on reading.That's right: Flashpoint Batman is Thomas Wayne, Bruce's fat
DC Comics announced the titles of 14 new tie-in comic books today related to their upcoming Flashpoint event in May, which will be spearheaded by a five-issue miniseries written by DC writer and Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns, with art by Andy Kubert. No creative teams were announced for
For those of you who haven't been checking in with the DC Universe blog this week, they have been all about Flashpoint, the upcoming event from Geoff Johns and Andy Kubert that sees a world where the world's greatest heroes never actually became the world's greatest heroes.
Instead, their fates have been hinted at in promos offering cryptic, vaguely sinist