WEDNESDAY COMICS has come to its conclusion, and we grade all of the strips to see what played well and what played out.
The action is ramped up in this 3rd issue of DC's crossover event, but strong characterization wins the day
Already guiding the Fastest Man Alive's live-action adventure, Johns is handling that OTHER guy with a lightning bolt
For this edition of our ongoing column, we chat with Writer/Artist Karl Kerschl about his FLASH Strip
The Best Shots team is sans-Troy this week, but compensated with reviews of tons of comics
The Best Shots takes looks at Flash: Rebirth #2, New Mutants #1, World of New Krypton #3, and more in this week's Best Shots
We go inside the pages of Flash: Rebirth #1 with Geoff Johns for a few answers about Barry's return and the world around him
This week sees Barry Allen return to the job he was born for in Flash: Rebirth, and we run down those who've called themselves 'Flash' over the years
It's that time again, and we've hit DC's Dan DiDio up with 20 questions about all things DC - Flash, Batman, and much more
We're back with DCU Executive Editor Dan DiDio to talk about everything - from Kate Spencer to Final Crisis Aftermath and everything in between
We speak with artist Francis Manapul about what he has coming up at DC following Legion, who he wants to draw, and much more
We catch up again with DC's Dan DiDio to talk about Final Crisis, Wally West, Animal Man, Blackest Night and much more
DC Comics has released a preview of Faces of Evil" Solomon Grundy #1 by Scott Kolins and Geoff Johns
Ethan Vansciver takes you, dear reader, down memory lane, and answers the question, "Did you always want to be an artist?"
Ethan Vansciver is back and spreading cheer in this holiday season. Or something. Got a favorite holiday song? Ethan will take care of that for you
The Flash's enemies continue their quest for respect and revenge this week in what's becoming one of the best Flash stories in decades
Barry Allen is returning to the DCU as we speak. Lucas takes a look back 23 years to his final goodbyes.
Fan favorite artist Howard Porter tells us about the injury that nearly cost him his career, his new job, and his hopes to return