The Batman: Beyond the Night of the Owls panel kicked off on Thursday afternoon at Comic-Con International in San Diego, featuring moderator Bob Wayne (DC's VP - Sales), editor Mike Marts and writers Gail Simone, John Layman, Scott Lobdell, James Tynion IV, Scott Snyder, J.H. Williams III, David Finch, Gregg Hurwitz and Ky
DC Comics and Amy Reeder have confirmed that the artist will no longer draw issues #9-11 of Batwoman. Instead, Trevor McCarthy will handle those issues before series co-writer and co-artist J.H. Williams III returns to the rotation with August's issue #12 as planned. On her Facebook p
A common problem for cape comics is what is best termed an out-of-proportion amount of sexualized art. It probably has its roots in superheroes as a power fantasy for boys, and it follows logically, if a bit sadly, that women would be portrayed as the ideal sexual partner, rather than an objectively idealized character
In a keen demonstration of knowing its audience, DC Comics confirmed today the final details of its previously announced DC Universe Online Legends, a new biweekly series set in the continuity of the increasingly anticipated massively multiplayer online role-playing game from Sony Online Entertainment. While t
It's been three years since DC writer Gail Simone ended her epic 50+ issue run on "Birds of Prey," an experience that she once called "physically painful," but we've got big news today that we hope will stop the pain: Simone will be heading back to "Bir
There's a new robo-woman in town. Her name? Red Torpedo.
DC Comics' The Source blog premiered Ed Bene's cover art for the upcoming "Red Tornado" miniseries by writer Kevin VanHook and artist Jose Luis today, giving readers a first look at the mysterious new character with the highly-suggestive name.
Red Torpedo's costume echoes the Red Tornado's original appearance, complete with purple cape and shiny chrome belt, and the co