At WonderCon, DC comics announced a new “Justice League Dark” comic series! It will be a part of the banner “New Justice” and it will be written by James Tynion IV and drawn by Alvaro Martinez, Brad Anderson and Raul Fernandez.
Comic readers usually focus on the conflict between the hero, instead of love stories, and writers tend to avoid making a love story the center of the plot, but if they’re well written side elements, fans start considering the love story a significant part of the comic. Here are the best comic book relationships we’ve seen.
Batman is one of the most popular comic books characters to be created ever. He's human and still one of the best vigilantes and skilled fighters in DC. His intelligence (and also money) is an important part of his crusade against crime too, indeed he's often called “the best detective in the world”. But is he really such an interesting character?
DC Nation #0 is a rather important comic, it features three stories that will show what the future of our favorite heroes will be like. It is, in fact, a sort of preview of some of the upcoming stories from DC Comics.
The mini-series No Justice is coming this summer and this new idea regarding the Justice League is original and brilliant! It will follow the events of Metal, and it’ll be written by Scott Snyder and drawn by Francis Manapul.
Sean Murphy’s work doesn’t cease to amaze us with this sixth issue of Batman: White Knight, which is more focused on the GTO trying to finally arrest Batman, despite Batgirl’s disapproval.
Batman has some of the best villains ever created, and the best thing about those characters is that most of them are human, they have no magical superpower, most of them can’t fly. Basically, they’re a little bit like us
This amazing crossover will see He-man, the Masters of the Universe, and superheroes from the DCU team up in a six issue long mini-series in the hopes of finally defeating Superman.
DC comics will publish a one-shot comic about villains on vacation
A date for Batman and Catwoman’s wedding was finally announced, and it'll be out on July 4!
Even though it is fairly old, I still find Devil’s Advocate an outstandingly beautiful story, and Nolan’s art is mesmerizing. This comic book, even though it became pretty difficult to find, is worth reading, and shouldn’t be forgotten.
A closer look at an iconic comic book villain.