DC Comics

Frank Miller confirms plans to return for The Dark Knight IV
Trent Moore

The final chapter in Frank Miller’s Dark Knight saga isn’t looking so final these days.

Fascinating video essay explores the 70-year evolution of Batman's Gotham City
Trent Moore

Though Batman typically gets top billing, his home turf has arguably evolved into a character in and of itself over the decades. Heck, just ask Fox — they built an entire TV series around the crazy characters who inhabit the city before Bats even grows up.

Batman is on the run in awesome Dark Knight III: The Master Race #1 preview
Nathalie Caron

The eagerly anticipated conclusion to Frank Miller's epic Dark Knight Trilogy is almost upon us.

Finally: Bill Finger is credited alongside Bob Kane in this week's Batman comics
Matthew Jackson

Batman's long-overshadowed co-creator is getting more and more credit these days.

Check out 7 pages from Max Landis' new Superman origin comic American Alien
Trent Moore

The man who wrote the script for Chronicle (and a spec script for a Fantastic Four film that sounded better than the one we actually got) is now setting his sights on Superman’s origin story.

DC Comics Responds to Superman Cover Controversy
Jesse Murray

Co-publishers Jim Lee and Dan Didio respond to the controversy surrounding the depiction of Superman in Frank Miller's Dark Knight III: The Master Race companion comic.

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.