When BATMAN #666 was released in 2007, readers saw an adult incarnation of Damian Wayne as Batman. This month, this possible future will be revisited and explored in an all-new 4-issue limited series from Damian’s co-creator, Andy Kubert.
SCOOBY-DOO, WHERE ARE YOU #38 puts Mystery Inc. both in front of the camera and behind it in two Direct-To-TV capers!
In “Creature Feature,” the Scooby Gang gets called in when their favorite late-night horror TV show has a haunted studio. Nocturna, Mistress of Midnight, is being scared right out of her own spooky show! What will Scooby-Doo do? Join the gang as they discover what’s actually been causing a scene! Meanwhile, Shaggy and Scooby dress up as Count Shaggula and his buddy MummyMutt while Nocturna ditches her fright wig and stays safe off-camera. Or is she?
FURLOUGH DOWN DIRTY SHAME DEPT.
You know our characters. You’ve read their comics, watched their movies and TV shows and played their games so often that you practically have them memorized, right? Well, we’re about to put that to the test.
Welcome to “Who Said It?,” a quotable new quiz we’ll be running here on DCComics.com each week. Here’s how it works. We’ll give you a quote and you pick the person who said it by clicking on their image. It’s short, simple and you have a 50/50 chance of getting it right. But that doesn’t mean it’s easy. This week’s quiz is below…
Welcome to the other side of Villains Month. Yes, the villain-centric titles are behind us, but if you thought that meant things were going to get easier for our poor heroes, think again. For starters, the Crime Syndicate is still pretty much running the entire freakin’ planet, and with the Secret Society backing them and the Justice League nowhere to be seen, it’s clear that Ultraman, Superwoman, Owlman and the rest are here to stay.
We’re kicking off our 25 Days of Sandman with The Endless.
They’ll be appearing in Neil Gaiman’s highly anticipated new bi-monthly series THE SANDMAN: OVERTURE, so let’s get to know them!
The Endless are immortal depictions of seven abstract emotions and ideas, each has his/her own realm and responsibilities. They behave as siblings and wear a variety of appearances within the pages of THE SANDMAN.
BERG'S EYE VIEW TO A SHILL DEPT.
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YOU CRUZ, YOU LOSE DEPT.