Action figure fans have known about DC Direct's upcoming "New 52" figures for awhile, but Mattel will be delivering its share of updated toys in 2012 as well. CBR got a first look at Mattel's second wave of DC All-Stars figures coming in the new year, which will include Supe
As the final days of the year wind inexorably down, ComicsAlliance continues its year-end wrapup with a series of infographics about comics in 2011 by Wired Art Director (and former Comic Foundry Editor-in-Chief) Tim Leong, who previously graced ComicsAlliance with his charts summing up Comic-Con 2011. Leong returns today with an visual analysis of the revamped version of Harley Quinn from DC's New
The Diamond Comics Distributors numbers are out for comic book sales in November 2011, and while DC Comics maintained the lead they earned with their massive new 52 relaunch in September, that lead has now diminished significantly. DC dropped 18% in dollar sh
We recently received a rather weighty package here at ComicsAlliance International Headquarters containing the DC Comics New 52 hardcover collection, which compiles every #1 issue from the recent relaunch of the DC Comics superhero line into one $150 hardcover. Given that it contains literally 52 comics, a little math will tell you that this is a massive, massive tome, clocking in at 1216 pages and 7.5 po
Those following Geoff Johns and Jim Lee's Justice League have known for awhile that Darkseid would rear his craggy head in the relaunched series, and now DC's The Source blog has a page from the flagship title's fourth issue giving readers a glimpse of the lord of Apokolips' "New 52" redesign. Just as Johns stated at New York C
DC Comics Co-Publishers Dan DiDio and Jim Lee joined moderator and Senior VP Sales Bob Wayne for the DC "Meet the Co-Publishers" panel, which discussed dates for more Earth One books, a new Batman graphic novel from Chip Kidd, information on the New 52 costume redesign process and DiDio's personal connection to Oracle, and more.A new Batman book titled Batman: Death by Design
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
TV: AMC has let loose more bloody footage from season two of The Walking Dead.
Museums: The Jack Kirby Museum seeks to open to the public within the coming year, pending more funding.
Reviews: Atomic Sleepwalker averages New 52 reviews