As if having DC Comics' most powerful heroes at each other's throats wasn't bad enough, now alien android mastermind Brainiac wants a piece of the action in the story trailer for Injustice 2.
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When DC Rebirth kicked off, Batman found the blood-dripped badge of the Comedian embedded in the wall of the Batcave, leaving him very confused but confirming to us that the world of Watchmen was coming to the DC universe. Since then, nothing much has really happened with it — but starting this April, that will change.
Jack Kirby was a genius, one of the forefathers of the entire comic industry and a man with limitless imagination. He was also kind of insane. Besides creating Captain America, the X-Men and countless other heroes and villains, he produced some of the weirdest comics ever made. Here are only a few of Kirby's craziest ideas.
You would think that having the powers of a radioactive spider, or wearing a cape to a fight, would qualify as crazy enough for comic books. Not so. Comics delve into alternate worlds that show different sides of their superheroes - nutbag, wacko-smacko sides. Take a look at the looniest alternate reality versions of superheroes.
DC has started teasing a big story that will play out in the pages of Action Comics and Superman next year — a four-part event promising "drastic change" in the life of the Man of Steel (as if he hasn't had enough to deal with recently!). It's also teasing... well, one of the most rubbish moments in Superman history.
We were excited when the mythological miniseries Odyssey of the Amazons was announced because of its potential to explore the history of the Amazons separated from their direct relationship with their most famous daughter, Wonder Woman. Well, it seems like the book is going to do exactly that, and in some very intriguing ways.
Renae De Liz and Ray Dillon's Legend of Wonder Woman has spent the last year or so retelling the earliest days of Wonder Woman's origins — from her life on Themiscyra to arriving in Man's world to become one of its finest heroes. This particular take on Wonder Woman, however, has come to an unfortunate abrupt end, as 2016 gets a few last terrible things in under the wire.
DC's crossover game is strong lately. Not only do we have things like Justice League/Power Rangers on the way, along with the next Batman/TMNT crossover, the company has now announced that several of its weird (and very wonderful) comic takes on Hanna-Barbera characters will now host a series of team-ups with DC's own finest heroes.
The Justice League/Power Rangers crossover miniseries is nearly upon us, which means it's time for variant covers — and that means time for team-ups between members of the League and the teens with attitude. Kimberly and Batman make for a great pairing, no?
There have been so many different takes on Batman over the years, both in the comics and out of them, that sometimes it feels like everything that can been said about him as a character has been said. But today's Batman #12 reveals a new layer to what drives Bruce Wayne that marks a significant addition to our understanding of the character.