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Cartoonist Gene Luen Yang joins forces with the art team Gurihiru to adapt the most famous Superman radio serial into a new story in the character's home medium.
Everyone's gotta start somewhere, and for Superman, that somewhere was Smallville. Art Baltazar and Franco reintroduces us to the Man of Steel when he was still just a boy in their new original graphic novel, Superman of Smallville.
In the latest offering from DC Comics' new YA-focused imprint, author Kami Garcia joins artist Gabriel Picolo to reintroduce Teen Titan Raven as a teen with a past so mysterious even she doesn't know it...yet.
Fans of the 'Shazam' movie have plenty of good options for comics starring the character to read next. Here are five good places to start.
Brian Michael Bendis' new Wonder Comics imprint from DC is off to a strong start with Young Justice #1, in which he and artist Patrick Gleason relaunch the seemingly unrelaunchable team of teenage superheroes.
A Japanese creator brings a fresh eye to some iconic superheroes.
WIth a movie in the works, DC launches a new 'Shazam!' series.
Wonder Woman #58 Writer: G. Willow Wilson Artists: Cary Nord and Mick Gray DC Comics; $3.99 Rated T for Teen G. Willow Wilson, the comics writer and novelist probably best known for her work on Marvel’s Ms. Marvel, returns to DC Comics to take over the adventures of the premiere female superhero: Wonder Woman. Given […]
DC Super Hero Girls: Past Times at Super Hero High Written by Shea Fontana, illustrated by Yancey Labat, Agnes Garbowska, and Marcelo DiChiara DC Comics, $9.99 For ages 8-12 The fourth graphic novel starring the DC Super Hero Girls expands the “kids in superhero school” premise (as seen in Finals Crisis and Hits and Myths) […]
Last spring, DC Comics released a series of four one-shot crossovers between their own characters Green Lantern, Adam Strange, Booster Gold and The Suicide Squad with some fairly random Hanna-Barbera characters: Space Ghost, The Flintstones, The Banana Splits and Jonny Quest and others. While the major comics publishers are notoriously reticent to discuss sales data, […]