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
It's time once again for the monthly roundtable episode of ComicsAlliance's War Rocket Ajax podcast, and this week, CA Editor-In-Chief Laura Hudson and contributor Bethany Fong join us to discuss the biggest story of the month: DC's New 52! And you can listen to the entire show, right here!War Rocket Ajax v.2, #16: I'm Not a Monster with Laura Hudson and Bethany Fong
Of all the titles in the DC Reboot, the one that I've been the most curious about is Flash. It almost goes without saying that Francis Manapul is an incredible visual storyteller and I've definitely enjoyed his art from the past, but the transition to writing and drawing a book can be a tricky one. Since his new role on the book was anno
Welcome back to the third week of our New 52 continuity report, where we take a look at what has and hasn't changed in the relaunch DC Universe! This week we take a look at the reboots of Supergirl and Blue Beetle, confusion around Starfire and the old New Teen Titans, the continuing lack of change in the Batman, Legion and Green Lantern books, and the mystery of what happened to the Birds of Prey.
Batman #1 (Scott Snyder &
We're 3/4 of the way into the release of the 52 new comics relaunched at #1 by DC Comics, a move designed not only to refresh the books but to invite new readers into the superhero comics audience. But are th
One of the things about doing an all-new first issue of Batman is that you don't really have to spend a whole lot of time explaining who he is. He's a character that's been on TV pretty much every week since 1992, starred in a movie that made over a billion dollars -- that's billion, with a B -- at the box office, and was the basis of a video game that holds a Guinness World Record for being the most critically acclaimed game of all time. Chances are, if you have any pop cultur