DCTV Pride Profile: Dreamer In honor of Pride Month, we're shining a spotlight on some of the many LGBTQIA+ superheroes of the small screen. Up first, actress and comic book writer Nicole Maines helps us get to know Supergirl's Dreamer. ...Read More »
This Week on DC UNIVERSE INFINITE: The Joker Presents: A Puzzlebox Debuts with Bonus Content! We’re in the thick of Gemini season, but there’s no reason to be of two minds about the many great additions this week on DC UNIVERSE INFINITE, inc...Read More »
DC Garners Seventeen 2021 Eisner Award Nominations The nominees for the 2021 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards were announced today, and DC has earned 17 nominations! Read moreRead More »
Jo Mullein and Far Sector Are Out of This World The mantle of the Green Lantern has been shining a light into the darkness since DC Comics was still known as National. Read moreRead More »
The hotly anticipated prestige series Red Sonja: Black, White, Red – following Kurt Busiek, Mark Russell, and Amanda Deibert on issue #1 – heats things up even more in issues #2 through #4 with more top tier talents writing, drawing, and crafting covers for this top shelf series! The prestige title was created …Read More »
The Conjuring: The Lover #1 Goes To Second Printing The spooky summer hit, written by David L. Johnson-McGoldrick and Rex Ogle, with art by Garry Brown, has gone into a second printing, and will be back in stores July 13th with a new variant...Read More »
It’s probably been the biggest unanswered question since Batwoman first debuted on The CW in 2019: When would Luke Fox become Batwing?
Dwayne Johnson Introduces Us to the DC League of Super-Pets Krypto is a good boy! Yes, he is! Such a good doggo. Look at ’im! I just wanna scritch his little ears! He’s so, so… Read moreRead More »
Netflix Takes Us Behind the Scenes on The Sandman We’re still waiting for our first images and trailer from Netflix’s highly anticipated adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s visionary work of fantasy, The Sandman, but the streamer gave fans their fir...Read More »
You can call the Joker a lot of things—psychopathic, murderous, disturbed, obsessed, anarchic, maybe even genuinely funny. But one thing no one would call him, regardless of what side of the law you may fall on, is dependable.