We’ve already seen artist Ant Lucia’s gorgeous series of DC Bombshells as a line of statues, but now we have some good news for those of you a little too light in the wallet to buy a ton of statues: they’ll soon be available as prints over at his shop. Hit the jump to check out the prints.
At the Fan Expo Toronto today (Sunday, August 26th), DC Comics has announced another new title for 2013: Justice League of America. Hit the jump for all the details, including the full art of the team’s roster by series artist David Finch, some comments from series writer Geoff Johns, and what this could possibly mean for the future of the DC Universe.
That promo art that came out last Monday to announce the return of the Joker was creepy in it’s own right. This cover may be creepier. Words can’t really do justice to it, as Capullo seems to be firing on all cylinders right now, so I’ll just show you. Hit the jump to see the cover and read the solicit info!
After weeks of rumors, it seems that Tony Daniel is indeed stepping down from Detective Comics after issue #12. Replacing him is the new creative team of John Layman, author of Chew, and artist Jason Fabok (who recently crushed it with the first Batman annual). Hit the jump for all the details and a full look at the cover.
It’s taken a bit of time, but DC Comics has finally announced when the volume two hardcovers and trades for the New 52 will be going on sale: Spring 2013. Kind of ridiculous when you consider, looking at the list of collected issues, some of these titles will be wrapping up the arcs for volume two next month but oh well, that’s business. Hit the jump to see all of DC Comics’ collected editions for Spring 2013!
It’s been rumored for a little while, but now it’s official. To celebrate the one-year anniversary of the New 52 this September DC Comics will be releasing a issue #0 for each of the new series, which will provide some origins and backgrounds on that character as well as (hopefully) answer a lot of unanswered questions. They’ll also be debuting four new series as well. Hit the jump for all the details and some sweet covers!
With the immense success of The Avengers for Marvel, it was only a matter of time until DC and Warner Bros. got their acts together and made some serious attempts at building a film universe. They’ve already (kind of) started with Green Lantern, which sort of fizzled at the box office and really didn’t hint at a larger universe. Looks like DC and Warner Bros. are game to try again, though. We’ve already known a Flash movie was in the works and today we have some comments from Warner Bros. about the state of the Wonder Woman and Justice League films. Hit the jump to read on.