Recent changes have made Superman a lot more human than he was just a little while ago. He’s not flying anymore; he’s down on the ground with normal folks. And this week’s new issue of Action Comics has him facing some of the toughest challenges that normal folks are dealing with in America today. »
The Joker finally figures out where Batman gets his wonderful toys in this awesome stop-motion animation. Who can saved the Caped Crusader now? »
“Dismembered, burnt alive, sucked of their blood...” That’s how one Justice League takes care of bad guys in their parallel universe. Sounds... efficient. »
Harley Quinn’s one of the most popular new Batman characters to appear in the last few years. She’s finally playable in Arkham Knight, starring in what serves as a prequel to the story in the main game. But, despite being a free add-on, the story pack starring the Joker’s sometime girlfriend isn’t worth the time it… »
You don’t have to look very far to find references to the Man of Steel in Gotham—Arkham Knight is bursting with Superman easter eggs. »
You know the character most famous for being the Joker’s girlfriend? DC Comics just confirmed that she’s been in a relationship with a woman, too. Yep, Harley/Ivy is canon. »
A Man of Steel who can’t fly. No heat vision. Cape torn to shreds. Yup, Action Comics #41 is the best Superman comic to come out in years.
There’s no good way to digitally jump into the history of DC Comics—you know, only one of the most storied comics publishers ever—and that’s a damn shame.
You know the drill: Worlds will live! Worlds will die! Lots of spin-offs! Marvel and DC Comics are pretty much doing the same universe-changing story in almost the same way at almost the same time. One of them is good. One of them isn’t.
DC’s current big crossover ends today, and we’re finally getting a sense of the effects that Convergence will have on the publisher’s fictional reality. There is a lot of new stuff to digest. You might even call it a reverse-Crisis. »