DC’s explanation of why Batwoman can’t get married is nonsense

By now, we all know about Batwomangate, in which DC forbade the marriage of Batwoman Kate Kane to her fiancée Maggie Sawyer — causing co-writers J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman to quit the series. DC has been in recovery mode, and DC co-publisher Dan DiDio tried to explain the situation. Here’s why he was… »9/10/13 12:20pm9/10/13 12:20pm


Batwoman Can't Marry, Says DC Pub, Because Heroes Can't Be Happy

Less than three days since the controversy surrounding DC Comics’ refusal, we have a great non-explanation explanation from the DC brass about why the publisher refused to allow characters Kate Kane (Batwoman) and her partner, Gotham City police officer Maggie Sawyer, to marry each other. You ready? (I mean, it’s so… »9/08/13 1:31pm9/08/13 1:31pm

Jim Lee and Dan DiDio reveal the most controversial change of the new DC Universe: Green Arrow's mustache

You may have heard that DC Comics is relaunching their many titles this September. At Comic-Con, io9 had a chance to chat with DC Co-Publishers Jim Lee and Dan DiDio about how they implemented this sweeping initiative. We also learned about those secret editorial debates concerning the merits of Oliver Queen's goatee. »7/22/11 9:55pm7/22/11 9:55pm