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Report: DC Comics refocusing on less risky, 'meat and potatoes' comic stories
Trent Moore

Both Marvel and DC have been enjoying a creative renaissance as of late, with characters like Ms. Marvel, Hawkeye, Batgirl and Harley Quinn leading the charge. But, now it sounds like one of the Big Two is changing course for safer waters.

The CW’s Flash adds yet another speedster, new DC Comics baddie
Trent Moore

The cast for The CW’s The Flash continues to swell for the eagerly-anticipated second season, and now we have yet another speedster — and villain — added to the mix.

Peek inside DC Comics' 1982 style guide that established the look of the Justice League
Trent Moore

Back in the early 1980s, DC Comics artist Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez worked tirelessly to create a “DC Bible,” as it were, to keep the look and feel of all the heroes in line. Now a whole lot of pages have finally made it into the wild.

George Miller's aborted 2000’s Justice League flick: 'Like a story of Greek gods'
Trent Moore

George Miller’s aborted Justice League flick that fell apart in the mid-to-late 2000s was already a fascinating prospect, but in the wake of Mad Max: Fury Road, we’re downright fascinated by what could’ve been.

Marvel alum Neal McDonough joins Arrow as Season 4's new big bad
Matthew Jackson

As if Oliver Queen didn't have enough problems already, Starling City's getting another villain for Arrow Season 4.

10 ridiculous comic book superhero sidekicks (Fat Man? Really?)
Dany Roth

It's not uncommon for a superhero type to take a young lad or lass under their wing. (Even Spider-Man just got himself a sidekick!) A lot of sidekicks have gone on to be classics, loved and revered in the comic community. Then there are ... the others.

Vader, Spock, Spidey and 26 other sci-fi icons as rotting zombies
Matthew Jackson

Part of the horrific appeal of the whole zombie thing is that it can happen to anyone. Your wife, your kids, your grandma, even that guy you buy coffee from, they can all shift from friendly humans to rotting, flesh-hungry undead in a matter of minutes, and suddenly it's shotgun time. (Aim for the head, kids.) So it's no surprise that the whole "no one is safe" thing has spread to the realm of fictional characters.