Plastic Man returns in a solo mini-series.
Barbara Gordon brings the Birds of Prey back together when she finds someone else is using one of her old superhero names.
A group of aerial World War II heroes have had some strange moments.
DC Comics has had a number of heroes go by the name “Manhunter,” but to date only one has been a woman.
In 1986, Alan Moore’s Watchmen first hit comic store shelves. Often cited as one of the finest superhero stories ever done in the medium, Watchmen was partially the result of Moore being … Read More
And we’re back with those wacky cartoon enthusiasts Tom and Jimmy for more of this feature. This week, they’re covering the Batman the Animated Series episodes “The Man Who Killed Batman,” … Read More
The Justice League has been DC’s all-star team from its earliest founding. That is, unless you’re aware that the original purpose was to give exposure to the company’s lesser-known heroes, … Read More
Superheroes, for the most part, don’t age. Marvel and DC have their superhero universes set in some sort of sliding scale timeline, where almost everything that’s happened since the superhero … Read More
News on a TV series I find so intriguing that I cared enough to write an article on a TV series. Yeah. It’s about DC’s Titans. Per Nerdist: the team will … Read More