It's another newsworthy month for DC Comics, and here are the biggest takeaways from their May 2013 solicitations
Green Lantern #20 will be the last issue written by Geoff Johns, coming May 2013.
Our series of profiles of the members of Geoff John's new JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA turns its attention to MARTIAN MANHUNTER.
Here's a rare preview look at a page by artist David Finch for Geoff Johns' new JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA series.
Our series of profiles of the members of Geoff John's new JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA turns its attention to HAWKMAN.
It's day-of-release reviews of the following: AQUAMAN #16, SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN #2 and BATMAN AND ROBIN ANNUAL #1
Our series of profiles of the members of Geoff John's new JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA focuses turns its attention to CATWOMAN.
Ivan Reis's run on JUSTICE LEAGUE begins as he takes on an ongoing team book after years of solo work.
It's quick reviews of JUSTICE LEAGUE #16, YOUNG AVENGERS #1, CHEW #31, MASKS #3 and many more! 3, 2, 1... go!
Geoff Johns' co-writer Matt Kindt expands on why the MANHUNTER back-up feature in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA is key to the series and the New 52.
It's day-of-release reviews of the following: GREEN LANTERN #16, UNCANNY AVENGERS #3 and BEFORE WATCHMEN: MINUTEMEN #6
The second Justice League team is about to premiere, and we have a new interview with writer Geoff Johns about these relative unknowns.
RISE OF THE THIRD ARMY winds down as Simon Baz meets gets trained by B'DG in this GREEN LANTERN #16 preview.
Ivan Reis reunites with Geoff Johns as THRONE OF ATLANTIS begins, and David Pepose is pleased with the story's start
Geoff Johns answers questions about his JUSTICE LEAGUE-AQUAMAN modern-day war story crossover THRONE OF ATLANTIS.
JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA's VIBE ongoing series writer Andrew Kreisberg acknowledges the elephant in the room and talks about his plans for the cha...
DC is doing 52 variants of JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #1 the 50 states, plus Puerto Rico and DC and here's a first look
Is #13 lucky for AQUAMAN? How does the debut of Marvel's A+X fare? Those comics, the latest FATALE and more get reviewed