We look at this week's reveal of the identity of the masked Man of Steel in the FUTURES END weekly series, and that other surprise from issue #17.
Pete Woods has some new takes on some New Gods with the Godhead Green Lantern crossover.
Geoff Johns and John Romita's third SUPERMAN issue reunites the Superman-like new hero with his Earth parents.
Peter Tomasi and Patrick Gleason takes readers inside BATMAN & ROBIN #34, and the upcoming months through December's ROBIN RISES: ALPHA.
Exclusive first look at three covers from DC's two weekly series.
There's only one Superman, right? Not so fast, thanks to the miracle of alternate universes. Here's the 10 coolest.
Take a look at two comics due out this week, plus some of last week's biggest releases
Got a spare 3 million dollars? Then you can pick up the best copy of Superman's first appearance ever.
Here are previews of three of this week's DC releases, THE FLASH #34, SECRET ORIGIN #5 and BATMAN/SUPERMAN #13.
Fictional worlds often like to look at a twisted, even more fictional, version of themselves, and here are some of the best
Take an exclusive look at Batman's Manga stylings from Jiro Kuwata right here!
Here's an exclusive preview of next week's installment of the Batman weekly series.
Check out the Best Shots team and their rapid fire reviews right here!
The art team of this week's THE MULTIVERSITY #1 help readers sort through the issue's many layers.
Is THE ROCK Going to say Shazam as the title character, or as a misunderstood villain? We evaluate why he should go one way or the other.
Paul Levitz co-created an all-new Power Girl, giving powers to a black teenager that the writer says DC has specific plans for. More inside.
Multiversity has finally arrived, and luckily, it seems it was worth the wait.
The characters of Marvel Comics exist - in a way - in the DC Multiverse. Meet that world, Earth 8, here.