Following the shocking events of “Trinity War,” the Justice League of America is presumed dead.
Starting next month, JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA will shine a spotlight on two surviving characters: Martian Manhunter and Stargirl. From writer Matt Kindt and artists Doug Mahnke and Christian Alamy, the new 6-issue arc kicks off with issue #8.
SCHLOCKEY MASK DEPT.
DC Collectibles, the high-end toy and collectible line from DC Entertainment revealed two exciting new “con exclusive” products that will only be available for purchase at New York Comic-Con 2013.
The first is a Super Best Friends Forever: Poison Ivy PVC Figure, designed by Lauren Faust and sculpted by Irene Matar. Super Best Friends Forever is from the popular interstitial shorts shown during DC Nation on Cartoon Network. Poison Ivy measures approximately 6.625” tall and is priced at $24.95.
This fall, Krypton is back.
Kicking off in ACTION COMICS ANNUAL #2, “Krypton Returns” will show you the doomed planet in ways you’ve never seen before. Following the events of the Psi War, Superman will be sucked into space by Oracle. A time tsunami will then pull him, Superboy, and Supergirl onto their home planet, bringing them back to a place they thought they’d never see again.
It’s Arkham Asylum and Blackgate Prison against Gotham City!
This fall, the world of FOREVER EVIL expands as a Batman-less Gotham serves as the setting for a war that will turn the city inside out. Written by Peter J. Tomasi and illustrated by Scott Eaton and Jaime Mendoza, FOREVER EVIL: ARKHAM WAR is a limited 6-issue series that launches next month.
FONEBONE FRIDAY DEPT.
Looking for an offline activity to do with your kids?
Next month, the world’s most powerful and famous superhero couple will take flight in their own all-new ongoing series.
Hitting stores this October, SUPERMAN/WONDER WOMAN comes to you from the superstar creative team of writer Charles Soule (RED LANTERNS; SWAMP THING) and artist Tony Daniel (ACTION COMICS; JUSTICE LEAGUE). Today, take a first look at this eagerly anticipated series by checking out some of Daniel’s gorgeous interior art for the inaugural issue in the gallery above!
5.2 Reasons We're Loving DC Comics Villains
Film critic Roger Ebert once said (aw yeah, getting all erudite, yo!), "Each film is only as good as its villain. Since the heroes and the gimmicks tend to repeat from film to film, only a great villain can transform a good try into a triumph." Basically, it's the whole "a hero is only as good as its villain" thing. And let's face it, when you have the World's Greatest Super Heroes, you better also have the World's Coolest Super-Villains to follow suit. Thankfully, we’ve got that covered.