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.
Catwoman has been the target of some hate from some corners, especially feminists.
Last month we saw an unprecedented marketing move from DC Comics. The company relaunched and renumbered all of its superhero lines at once, revamping and reconfiguring almost every title.
Last month we saw an unprecedented marketing move from DC Comics. They relaunched and renumbered all of their superhero lines at once, revamping and reconfiguring almost every title.
All-Star Western is one of DC’s New 52. The idea is for each arc to tell a different story in the old-west past of the DC universe, mostly featuring the famous Western antihero, Jonah Hex.
All your rings are belong to Rayner.
Aquaman is part of DC’s New 52 relaunch, and it seems like they felt safe reengineering the character a bit more than the others.
Superman might be the most popular and well-recognized superhero of any publisher - not just DC.
Supergirl is one of DC’s New 52 relaunches. It’s a full reboot of the Supergirl story, starting with the origin story, which is the first arc being presented.
Wonder Woman is part of the DC New 52 relaunch, and after being disappointed by the lack of #1ness in Green Lantern and Batman, this one is actually looking quite good.
Batman might be the most anticipated title of the New 52 relaunch, but it could have been so much more than it is.
Green Lantern is one of DC’s New 52 relaunch titles. Last week, we got a fresh #1, but it doesn’t really feel #1-ish to me.
Superboy is one of DC’s New 52 relaunch titles, and so far, it’s off to an interesting start.
Demon Knights is one of the relaunched titles in DC’s New 52 event, and so far, is one of the few which, while it does take place in the DC universe, it’s not tied to the events of the releases so far.
So far of the second week New 52 releases, Swamp Thing is the one which seems most closely connected to its own pre-New 52 canon.
With the New 52 relaunch, DC has decided to move its Stormwatch line into the already crowded DC universe along with the rest of its books.
The New 52 is DC's attempt to refresh its readership by restarting all of their titles at once in a new version of the shared DC universe. Justice League #1 - released this week - is the first book in the new line.
This seems like a good time to take a closer look at Shrapnel, particularly since a film adaption of the novel is currently in development.