On Thursday, DC Comics announced some details of its upcoming June revamp/reboot, titled “Rebirth.” I’ve summarized things below, thanks to articles in Comic Book Resources and Comics Alliance.
Yes, you read the headline correctly. After four years of the “New 52,” and a year of “DC You” attempting a soft revamp, DC’s trying yet another
DC Comics today announced its lineup of comics once its upcoming crossover/West coast relocation time-killer “Convergence” is finished. Among the news announced include new ongoing series for Starfire and Cyborg.
After much speculation on what Marvel planned to do with its newest mega-crossover, “Secret Wars” (a modernized version of the classic 80s miniseries), today brought news of what Marvel has planned:
It’s been over a year since I last looked at DC Comics’ timelines. While I wrote about Earth-2/the Golden Age, Earth-1/the Silver Age, and post-Crisis continuity, I never
Today, DC Comics announced that it’ll be producing a new digital-only Superman anthology comic titled “Adventures of Superman.” The name, of course, is the same as the one used
Art by Tony Moore. Here’s an addendum to the previous post about how “mainstream” superheroes are: Diamond sales. Diamond, the monopoly distributor to comic book stores, offers general rankings
This started out originally as a comment on another site, but since apparently “what are the pros/cons of the New 52” will be asked a lot with the one-year anniversary
The latest idea to come along in the bad fan fiction-like feel of the “New 52” DC Comics reboot (now celebrating its one-year anniversary) is the announcement that Superman and Wonder
DC Comics has announced that they’ll be making a big revelation about a reintroduced-into-their-current-“New 52”-reboot “iconic” character: that he’ll be gay. The big