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Dave Ault got our attention last summer with a collection of stylish prints relevant to all manner of comic book and sci-fi interests. What we didn't see at the time, however, was the illustrator's series of art deco styl
The DC Universe, its heroes and their costumes apparently weren't the only things that DC Entertainment had in the works for a reboot over the past several months -- the DC Comics website has also gotten
At first glance, Gotham City Impostors may seem like yet another doomed licensed video game set in the Batman universe. After all, the game is essentially multiplayer-only and revolves around conflict between two Batman and Joker cosplaying groups known as the "Bats" and "Jokerz." That's right, it's a Ba
Whenever something momentous happens in superhero comics history, mysterious figures always seem to appear and observe proceedings. In the Marvel Universe, it's the Watcher (we still have no idea why he was at the Black Panther/Storm wedding
Patton Oswalt is pretty well-known as a comic book fan -- there's even a scene in the Comedians of Comedy movie where he and Brian Posehn hit up a comic shop while they're on tour. What's a little less well-know
DC announced their "Edge" lineup of titles this morning, featuring a huge number of the former WildStorm properties, as well as DC's, well, "edgier" characters, such as Deathstroke and their war and western franchises. Click below the jump to see the info, covers and creative teams to the new Stormwatch, Bl
As the writer of Detective Comics, Scott Snyder has delved into some weird mysteries, but this week, he discovered one that even he can't answer: Who are these two cops in every super-hero children's book?
In today's installment of "This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things" news, The Source, the official blog of the DC Universe, has closed down their comments section following a brief but intense flamewar that broke out on a recent post and spiraled into personal attacks against readers, creators, and members of the DC comics staff.
As for what could possibly have inspired so much anger from the readers