It seems to be the eternal question among DC Comics fans. Do you prefer Batman or Superman?
A super hero known for his strength and power of flight deserves a strong, soaring soundtrack, and if you’ve heard the snippets of Hans Zimmer’s score for Man of Steel in the recent trailers, you know that he’s delivered a suite of music that has every chance of proving to be as iconic as the Man of Steel himself.
Today marks the release of the Man of Steel soundtrack, which is available in two different forms—a standard two-disc version and a deluxe, limited edition which features six additional songs as well as an embossed steel case.
It’s Valentine’s Day in Gotham and the city’s most eligible bachelor is … the Joker!? When the Clown Prince of Crime spills one of Poison Ivy’s love potions on himself he becomes the object of affection for every woman in Gotham. From Catwoman and Talia to Zatana and Harley Quinn, the Joker’s on the run for his life … or at least on the run from love!
This year, DC Comics fans can look forward to an unprecedented number of new videogames starring their favorite heroes and villains. From the dark, story-driven action of Batman: Arkham Origins to the team-based online combat of Infinite Crisis to the all-ages puzzle-solving of Scribblenauts Unmasked – A DC Comics Adventure, there’s a DC Comics game for all gamers, and every one of them will be on display at this week’s E3.
So…notice anything different on the DC Comics website today?
That would be our brand new home page, which made its debut last night. It’s the latest in our ongoing series of updates to the site designed to better serve you—our DC Comics fans—no matter how often you visit the site. Even better, many of these updates were based on your comments and feedback. We appreciate it, and hope you keep it coming.
Are you relatively new to the world of DC Comics? The “Who’s Who” and “Get to Know” sections are your link to some of our more popular and lesser-known characters.
For years, MAD MAGAZINE and the Man of Steel have had a very … unique relationship. It was only fitting, then, that to commemorate Superman’s 75th anniversary, MAD has come up with their own special magazine-sized summer one-shot that collects some of their most beloved Superman-centric parodies, gags, spoofs, and more!
FANS GET ONE-OF-A-KIND ITEMS BY DONATING TO THE CAUSE
INCLUDING LIMITED EDITION COMMEMORATIVE ARTWORK, ACCESS TO COMIC CREATORS AND OTHER RARE COMIC COLLECTIBLES
Clark’s adventures in the 31st Century continue in the sizzling second part of the ‘Argo’ story arc!
Clark struggles to strike a delicate balance that will keep the peace between EarthGov, the Legion, and New Krypton. Revelations abound as Supergirl reveals the true nature of her captivity to Clark and the wartime motivations of New Krypton come into focus. Meanwhile, Booster Gold finds himself without powers and comes to terms with what it truly means to be a hero.
FOREVER EVIL #1
Written by GEOFF JOHNS
Art and cover by DAVID FINCH and RICHARD FRIEND
1:25 Villain A cover by TBD
1:25 Villain B cover by TBD
1:25 Villain C cover by TBD
3-D motion variant cover by IVAN REIS and JOE PRADO
1:200 B&W variant cover by IVAN REIS and JOE PRADO
On sale SEPTEMBER 4 • 48 pg, 1 of 7, FC, $3.99 US • RATED T
Combo pack edition: $4.99 US
We’ve heard it before. Superman isn’t the hero for you because he’s too “clean cut.” You like edgy heroes. The sort of super heroes who wear dark, extreme costumes and use tactics that often enter the realm of questionable. We get it, and we have plenty of super heroes like that. However, we think you may have the wrong idea about the Man of Steel. While he’s heroic and inspirational, that doesn’t mean he lacks an edge. At least when it comes to some of his merchandise.