If you have ever wanted to read a Superman comic then Superman Unchained #1, out today is the Superman comic you should read. Not only is it a great jumping on point but also by the superstar creative team of Scott Snyder and Jim Lee as well as set to be a great interpretation of the character. Take a look at a preview as well as all the covers, including the variants celebrating 75 years of Superman.
Batman #21 kicks off the year long storyline, Year Zero. Year Zero will retell Batman’s origins in the New 52 in a way that has not been told before while still staying true to the character. Take a look at this preview to find out more.
Part 3 of our look into DC Comics’ Villains Month. We look at more villain titles, including plenty of Flash and Green Lantern villains, along with many others, and let you know who they are and what makes them so villainous.
To celebrate the second anniversary of the New 52 DC Comics has let the villains take over for the month of September. This is part one of an extensive guide to Villains Month that will not only showcase the titles but also if you are unaware of the villain as to who they are. *UPDATED*
There is a general consensus from the non-comic reading community that Aquaman is “uncool”, that he is “lame”. I believe that the Super Friends ruined his image and since then that interpretation has been the one that has stuck in people’s minds. I am here to inform you that not only are those who think the character is “lame” but that he is actually a pretty bad-ass.
The Green Arrow has never been a major player in the DC Comics universe but with CW’s Arrow television show his popularity and awareness has grown exponentially. So if you have seen Arrow and want read more adventures of Oliver Queen, these 6 stories you should read.
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