Watchmen is widely recognized as one of the greatest - and best-selling - graphic novels in history.
DC Entertainment has announced a new epic graphic novel, which is slated to span the entire history of the DC universe, while crossing the paths of many of the publisher’s super hero characters.
Last fall, Warner Bros. published an animated adaptation of Batman: Year One, the graphic novel on which Batman Begins was partially based, and the current canon origin story for The Bat.
The CW’s take on Green Arrow won’t match the character already developed for Smallville.
For years, Smallville seemed like the show that wouldn’t die for The CW, a primetime only network whose schedule is devoted mostly to teen dramas and youth oriented genre series.
DC has confirmed that it will be replacing six of the titles from the new 52 when their arcs end after issue #8.
As you may recall, DC Comics underwent a remarkable reinvention last year by rebooting a number of comic lines - a move which prompted an impressive jump in digital sales.
Three issues in, and Jonah Hex is helping me understand why some people like Westerns so much.
A classic super hero tale in a chitinous husk.
Warner Bros. has confirmed that there will be a special trailer for its upcoming Batman film, Dark Knight Rises.
The major publishers of super hero comic books are clearly going through some steep transitions. There are ups and downs, and neither DC or Marvel is immune to woes.
Stormwatch is another title from the New 52 which has become quite an interesting tale - now that the comic is hitting its third issue.
One of the most ignoble protagonists in the entire DC universe is Atrocious, the leader of the Red Lanterns, who have their own line in the New 52.
I think it is safe to say that not every comic in DC’s relaunched New 52 got off to an incredible start. Still, many of those that were initially dismissed have picked up a bit of steam going into their third issue.
One of the New 52 on the outskirts of attention has been Animal Man. The line depicts the story of a man who can harness the powers of various animals at will - using it to fight crime and defeat villains.
Next year, Cartoon Network will be rolling out DC Nation, a block of programming based on the popular DC super hero comic book lines.
Henry Cavill has confirmed that his portrayal of Superman in the upcoming Man of Steel is based on the recently modified character depicted in the DC relaunch.
We’ve seen a few trailers and clips from Green Lantern: The Animated Series before now, but nothing has given us a hint as to the style of the humor the series will include.
The first issue of the new Flash, as part of the New 52 event, wasn’t really all that much to behold.
Nightwing was one of DC’s New 52 which I decided to reserve judgment on after the #1, since it seemed overly introductory, and hadn’t really gone anywhere interesting yet, but looked like it was ready to.