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. »
Superman’s been hit with some big changes over the last few months. And it looks like they’re going to be paying off big dividends starting next month. »
Three years ago, DC Comics gave Batman an all-new origin story that he really didn’t need. This week, the next chapter of that saga came out. Is it worth reading? Depends.
DC Comics did some big things to Superman and Batman over the weekend. But, once again, it feels like Wonder Woman’s getting the short end of the stick. »
This isn’t the billionaire who saw his parents gunned down in front of him. Nope, it’s not Dick Grayson either.
For years, the love triangle between Superman, Clark Kent and Lois Lane has been a staple of the comics starring the Man of Steel. Well, something’s happened in a comic released today that will change all of that.
“Reality cannot survive another crisis,” says a character in the latest issue of Justice League. Dare we hope reboots are a thing of the past for DC Comics? »
Here’s a better glimpse at the costumes that DC Comics’ biggest three superheroes will be wearing in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. Batman’s new suit takes big cues from the Frank Miller iteration from The Dark Knight Returns and Wonder Woman’s gear looks a bit more colorful than the promo shots released thus… »
A Bruce Wayne Batman meets an alternate-reality Batman who’s really his father Thomas Wayne. So much ripe potential in having these different Dark Knights meet up, right? Too bad the comic it happens in, Convergence #2, is terrible.
Superman is General Zod’s son. Wonder Woman’s the daughter of Ares, evil god of war. And Batman? He’s an actual vampire. Things are going to be different in the next animated Justice League movie. »
Superman back in his classic “red underwear” outfit. Barbara Gordon back in her Oracle identity and in a romance with Nightwing. Both Stephanie Brown and Cassandra Cain back as Batgirl (sort of). Yep, DC Comics is using their latest crossover to give fans what they’ve been asking for. »