Every Key Detail And Killer Moment From The Batman V. Superman Trailer

It’s finally here — the first HD footage of the clash between the Dark Knight and the Man of Steel. We’ve already watched the HD version a half dozen times, but now it’s time to pore over GIFs and screencaps, to catch every detail and all the insane drama. Here’s everything we spotted!
» 4/17/15 5:06pm Friday 5:06pm

Bruce Timm's New Justice League Are Getting Their Own Snazzy Figures

Bruce Timm's latest entry into the DCAU, Justice League: Gods and Monsters, features a pretty radical new version of DC Comic's trinity. But they aren't just coming to animation — the new iterations of Wonder Woman, Superman and Batman are also getting some lovely Toys from DC Collectibles. » 4/17/15 3:30pm Friday 3:30pm

DC Comics Will Revive TV's Revolution For One Final Story

Oh, Revolution. We lamented its squandered potential after its abrupt demise last year — but it looks like there might be some small chance of the series delivering what little intriguing premise it had left. DC are teaming up with the show's creative team for a new digital comic series to wrap up the story! » 4/16/15 8:40am Thursday 8:40am

Mark Hamill's Other Joker Incarnation Is Getting An Incredible Statue

When you think of the Mark Hamill Joker, it's easy to recall his iconic turn in Batman: The Animated Series and the DCAU. But video game fans might remember it instead from his appearance in the Batman: Arkham games — which is now the subject of this stunning Sideshow statue. » 4/15/15 2:09pm Wednesday 2:09pm

10 Incredibly Stupid Ways That Superheroes and Villains Have Died

Superhero comics are full of death-defying action... that sometimes results in actual death. And for every epic, brilliant final stand, there's a death that's less than satisfying. There are plenty of candidates for the worst superhero and villain deaths of all time. But here are the 10 stupidest ways that… » 4/14/15 10:56am 4/14/15 10:56am

This Flash And Arrow Promo Is So Ridiculous It's Kind Of Awesome

This was in Morning Spoilers , but it's so great I had to make sure everybody had a chance to see it. It's a three-minute promo where Arrow, the Flash, and other DC/CW-verse heroes and villains have a "superhero fight club" — and when I call it "great," I mean it's "dumb but also somehow hilarious." » 4/14/15 10:05am 4/14/15 10:05am

Why Do Big Comic Crossovers Always Have To Be About Alternate Universes?

Everybody loves alternate universes — TV's Fringe proved that meeting different versions of the same character is always fascinating. But when it comes to superhero comics, though, every big storyline is about universes colliding. Here's why the superhero publishers are running the multiverse into the ground. » 4/14/15 9:30am 4/14/15 9:30am

We Might Have Reached Peak Retro Figure Nonsense

Old school action figures are in the middle of a renaissance. You've got Funko's Reaction line emulating the old style for new properties, or Jumbo-sized recreations of classic superhero figures. The next logical step? Apparently, it's unarticulated, plus sized statues of said retro figures. » 4/10/15 4:30pm 4/10/15 4:30pm

What Goes Into Turning Comic Book Art Into Comic Book Action Figures

DC's "Designer Series" toyline has been out a while now, but it still manages to impress with how it translates the art of Greg Capullo, Jae Lee, and more into toys. DC recently posted a blog about the process behind the line, and while it doesn't say much, it's a nice excuse to go behind the scenes on making great… » 4/10/15 3:30pm 4/10/15 3:30pm

The First Ever Sketch Of Wonder Woman Is Going On Sale (UPDATED)

So many of comics most iconic heroes are so old at this point, items from their genesis are hard to come by. So when H.G. Peter's first sketch for William Marston's new female superheroine Wonder Woman goes to auction, it's a rare glimpse into the history of one of the most iconic female superheroes ever. » 4/10/15 8:40am 4/10/15 8:40am

Here's What It Really Looks Like When Classic Comics Get Recolored

Earlier today, Marvel unveiled its "remastered" edition of the 1977 comic adaptation of Star Wars. Many were unhappy to see the art of Howard Chaykin redone with a modern comic's color palette, including writer John Gholson, who took to Twitter to show how much a comic loses when it's recolored. » 4/07/15 3:00pm 4/07/15 3:00pm

This Week, DC's Convergence Kicks Off With A Ridiculous Amount Of Comics

DC is starting a period of big comic events off with Convergence - which launches a new weekly series and ten tie-in miniseries today. But it's not all big events this week: Mark Millar fills in the events set before Jupiter's Legacy, Boom! uncovers the history behind Sleepy Hollow's Ichabod and Abbie, and more.… » 4/07/15 2:20pm 4/07/15 2:20pm