Almost the entire story of Batman's origin is encapsulated in that moment his mother's string of pearls shatter. Now, in Nightwing #0, writers Tom DeFalco and Kyle Higgins introduce an equally mythic object for Dick Grayson…
With the first week of DC's Zero month already concluded, the company once again makes a statement about the role of vitality in popculture. Perhaps nowhere more so than Superboy #0…
What is it about that song of Fun.'s? Maybe exactly the same beautiful, complex thing at play in Before Watchmen: Silk Spectre #3. Download your exclusive preview in this post…
"Nemo dat", as the Latin adage goes, "quod non habet". "No one gifts what they do not own". As the New 52 Aquaman rounds out its first year, Geoff Johns underlines his groundbreaking "ownership" of the character, one that has seen Aquaman well-defined and relatable for perhaps the first time in recent memory.
Some of the most endearing reboots of the New 52 have been the older intellectual properties, now long abandoned. New Guardians in particular, stands out as a secret staging area for what new spins on classic ideas could become.
In the opening pages of next week's Legion of Super-Heroes, we see exactly that moment play out again. Paul writes this sublimely sinister trap, where Legionnaires are bound, and placed on trays as food before the Prime Dominator.
I've delighted in these last few issues of Justice League Dark, and if you haven't by now, you should too, you owe it to yourself…
What was the '90s ethic of comics creativity and why was it truly revolutionary? Rob Liefeld, one of the leading lights of '90s comics, answers that question in this exclusive preview of Grifter #11.
Sometimes, violence still doesn't solve everything… Batwing writer Judd Winick channels a genuine John Woo moment in issue #11's "I See All of it Now". Please enjoy your exclusive preview.
Eisner Award winner Joe Sacco joins reporter Chris Hedges to survey U.S. poverty and economic despair in Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt.