It just was only last week that we got word that actress Yvonne Craig had signed a licensing agreement with DC Comics parent Warner Bros. to allow the production and sale of new merchandise and other products -- the first in literally decades -- based on her likeness as Batgirl, one of the most beloved figures from the great Batman television series of the 1960s. It would seem that preparations were well underway before the announcement, because today DC has confirmed the first appearance of Craig's Batgirl in the pages of its startlingly good comics series Batman '66. On sale this week, the story will be written by the book's ongoing writer Jeff Parker and feature artwork by ComicsAlliance favorite Colleen Coover, who joins cover artist Michael Allred and storytellers Jonathan Case, Joe Quinones and Ty Templeton in making Batman '66 one of the very best looking Bat-books DC has published in years.
Cartoon Network's version of the Teen Titans is coming back to DC Comics this December, and the new digital-first series will share the same comedic backbone as the Teen Titans Go! cartoon, according to the writers.
Like the cartoon, the comic will be about "the interaction between the characters," said writer Merrill Hagan, who will alternate arcs with Sholly Fisch.
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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.
If you were awake this morning at 12:00 AM (Eastern) when pretty much everyone in the comic-centric corner of Twitter started flipping out about it, then you're probably already aware of today's big news: DC Comics has gone digital on the iPhone, iPad and PSN.
Up until today, whatever plan DC Comics had for dipping their toe into the world of digital comics was completely unknown. When questioned at conventions, their answers rad from the reasonable ("Wait and see") to the ridiculous ("You can't read digital comics when a plane is taking off"). Many fans, journalists, and retailers starte
The big DC Comics announcement about digital distribution is finally here, with comics by the publisher of Batman and Superman arriving on the iPad, iPhone, iTouch, and PlayStation network. The leap to digital distribution was due in no small part to the work of DC Co-Publisher and noted c
The wait is over: DC Comics announced their plans for digital comics distribution today, with comics now available on the iPad, iPhone, iTouch, and the Playstation Network. Their partners include not