DC Comics' popular Brightest Day series comes to an end this week with issue #24, and it is one that will be remembered for many years to come. The year-long story focusing on resurrected heroes from across the DC Universe, Brightest Day has already depicted the return of a wayward and beloved character, and the new issue continues that tradition with an appearance of..... SPOILER ALERT, obviously, so
DC Comics' Aquaman will once again star in his own ongoing series. The announcement was made over the weekend at MegaCon in Orlando, Florida by the company's Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns, who will himself write the new title. A longtime proponent of the much
Anime: Two opposing armored dudes battle/high five on G4's new promo poster for the Iron Man anime coming Stateside in July.
TV: Scooby Doo's upcoming Batman: The Brave and the Bold crossover appearance looks extremely '70s Scoobs authentic.
Events: Jonathan Vankin and artist Marco Castiello will chro
This week's Brightest Day #19 saw a violent turn of the tide in the life of DC Comics' Sea King, so cartoonists Dean Trippe and Jordan Gibson took it upon themselves to lend Aquaman a hand.The original Aquaman's return during the events of Blackest Night was bittersweet for longtime DC Comics fans. On the one hand, readers were thrilled to see the legendary King of the Seas, Arthur Curry, back in the pages of a major superhero comic book. On the other hand, WTF wa
It's been eight months since the first issue of Brightest Day. Now, if an actual day were to last that long, it would cause massive droughts, famine and heat waves on one side of the Earth while the other freezes and probably undergoes equal amounts of famine. In this
Jackson Hyde's been making quite a splash name for himself these days as the new Aqualad with starring roles in both Cartoon Network's Young Justice animated TV show and DC Comics' year-long Brightest Day series, but his greatest achievement yet definitely has to be getting cast in plastic by DC Direct. Joined by all-ne
DC Direct's third wave of action figures based on Geoff Johns' ongoing "Brightest Day" storyline was revealed last week at New York City Comic con with a lineup sporting a few characters who've never graced the toy shelf before