Paul Levitz talks to Newsarama about his Earth 2 #15.1: Desaad one-shot as part of September's Villains Month at DC.
The big weekly column is highlighted by JUSTICE LEAGUE #22, SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN #13, BATMAN #22 and a couple of new First Second releases.
KYLE HIGGINS talks about taking over BATMAN BEYOND in August and the big changes he plans to make.
Martian Manhunter is the newest downloadable character coming to Injustice, and a new Green Lantern skin is revealed, too.
DC is positioning Relic as the next big Green Lantern villain. Check him out in this GREEN LANTERN: NEW GUARDIANS #22 preview.
Why should superheroes get all the glory? Sometimes the person under the mask is just as interesting, and George has found 10 examples.
It's Spidey vs. 99 different villains in MARVEL KNIGHTS: SPIDER-MAN, and we talked to writer Matt Kindt to learn more about the story.
Carrie Kelley & Bruce talk about Damian in this exclusive preview of BATMAN & CATWOMAN #22.
Here's a first look at 4 pages from next month's Green Lantern #23.
It's quick-take reviews of heavy hitters including SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN #13, SUPERMAN UNCHAINED #2 and WALKING DEAD #122, plus plenty more.
UNWRITTEN writer Mike Carey talks about the surprising last page of the 1st chapter of the FABLES crossover.
Trinity War kicks off officially with today's Justice League #22 and our Best Shots reviewer takes a look.
Not every superhero can fly, and George ranks the 10 best modes of transportation for the ones who like to get around in style.
With TRINITY WAR just a day away, writer Geoff Johns walks viewers through the basis of the plot in a new video released by DC.
The Best Shots crew is back with their early reviews of some of this week's biggest releases from DC, Dark Horse, Image, and Valiant.
Vertigo's rebirth has started this summer with new series launches, and continues with this week's COLLIDER. We have the details inside.
Ales Kot has left Suicide Squad for undetermined reasons, the writer confirmed.
The sophomore issue of SUPERMAN UNCHAINED by Scott Snyder and Jim Lee gets a day early review, and it's a positive one.