(W) J. Michael Straczynski (A) Ardian Syaf, Sandra Hope (CA) Ardian Syaf
Who will save Superman? He may be invulnerable - but he's also alone! In his brief career as a costumed hero, Clark Kent has run a gantlet of the world's most deadly and monstrous villains. But his...
The sensational series that gave Harley Quinn her own New 52 spotlight is collected in hardcover for the first time, from the star-studded #0 issue to issue #8. Don't miss Harley's big move to Coney Island!
Batgirl #35 quickly sold out from DC Entertainment. Now due to popular demand, the issue featuring the girl re-invented is slated to return in a new second printing with a recolored version of the original cover.
The buzzword for this Batman series: insanity. Literally. Wayne Manor has been turned into a sanctuary from Gotham’s criminally-insane deviants. It's not a pretty sight, and things are about to get crazy for the Dark Knight.
Marc Andreyko has it good these days. When we caught up with him at New York Comic Con, the writer was quick to announce his enthusiasm for his latest job on writing Batwoman, and the opportunity to pave a new road for an old TV property.
Because he is J. Michael Straczynski, he knows when to “pull the trigger” on Superman: Earth One. In this exclusive interview, the writer explains how he approached writing about the Man of Steel in Earth One Volume 3.
Harley is holding her trusty mallet in one hand, and a lit cherry bomb in the other, and both
accessories to anarchy are wrapped in green holiday paper just in time for the holidays...with a war of department store Santas on tap for entertainment.