The Flash is trapped in a mental hell maze in this exclusive preview

The Flash has one of the best rogues’ galleries in comics, but how do you find ways to keep these characters fresh? Joshua Williamson has been writing this series for nearly 60 issues, and for his most recent extended storyline, he’s embracing cosmic forces to give Flash’s villains a dramatic power upgrade. The events…

The Flash movie lurches forward, though it probably won't hit theaters until 2021

They say slow and steady wins the race, but that hasn’t been easy for the DCEU’s Flash, Ezra Miller, who expressed disappointment last year over the delays that have kept the character’s standalone film at a standstill. Earlier this year, Warner Bros. hired Game Night directors and Spider-Man: Homecoming scribes John…

The Justice League heads toward “Drowned Earth” in this exclusive preview

With James Wan’s Aquaman hitting theaters in two months, DC is boosting the hero’s profile on the page with crossovers putting him at the center of stories featuring major properties like Suicide Squad and Justice League. After facing off against the Squad last month, Aquaman is about to be submerged in “Drowned…

Jason Momoa girds himself in green and orange in new Aquaman footage

Yesterday, director James Wan debuted a new Aquaman poster on his Twitter account, and today he’s dropped a whopping five minutes of footage from his upcoming addition to the DC universe. In it, Jason Momoa’s Arthur Curry recounts his lineage, cracks wise, and shoves a submarine to safety. He also dons the character’s…

Zack Snyder wanted to kill off Batman in a Justice League sequel

Zack Snyder may be untethered from the evolving DC Extended Universe at this point, but his rabid fanbase continues to froth for that mythic “Snyder cut” of the abominable Justice League. As fans wait for this thing that almost definitely doesn’t exist, they bide the time by daydreaming of the DCEU that could’ve been,…

DC now trying to censor Batman's dick, like this isn't goddamn America

We’re not sure who, exactly, it was who first laid down the classic adage “Once you’ve seen Batman’s peener, you can never go back,” but it’s as true now as it was way back in Bible times. And yet, DC Comics is now trying to act like we have not, in fact, all taken a quick peek at Bruce Wayne’s shadow-clad bat pole…

Border Town excels by rooting itself in politics and identity, giving teens their own voices

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The benefit of large comics publishers offering smaller imprints is that it provides a built-in space for titles that differ in some way from the main lineup. They’re often experimental or off-brand, highly creative, and deeply personal. For years, fans have been bemoaning Vertigo’s slow starvation under DC’s…

Wonder Woman and friends take on an Aztec god in this exclusive preview

DC’s Midnighter was one of the best action comics of the last five years, and getting the book’s creative team back together on Wonder Woman has significantly turned up the intensity and excitement of the Amazon warrior’s solo series. Writer Steve Orlando, artist ACO, and colorist Romulo Fajardo Jr. take Diana on a…

Superman died so Lois & Clark: The New Adventures Of Superman could live 

It’s been 25 years since the death of Superman, a cultural event that shocked a nation, swept comic books into the mainstream, and, we’re guessing, inspired that one Our Lady Peace song. The crossover event, which spanned a number of DC publications, is still remembered fondly and, in a bid to make something watchable…