Joshua Williamson Leaving Two DC Series This Year

[ Popular DC writer Joshua Williamson announced his departure from two DC series he is currently writing on. The writer will no longer lend his talents to Batman and Robin and Green Arrow beginning later this year. As a DC exclusive writer, Williamson has had his hands full with some big projects. He helped shift DC’s focus from Dark Knights: … Read more

Batman: Gotham By Gaslight – The Kryptonian Age First Look

[ DC is heading back to its Elseworlds line with Batman: Gotham by Gaslight – The Kryptonian Age. The original series, Batman: Gotham by Gaslight, is an all-time classic and DC is returning to that world to make it even bigger. The new series will take Gaslight beyond the city of Gotham and introduce this world’s Justice League. … Read more

Batman: The Long Halloween Getting Sequel From DC 

[ DC Comics announced the final chapter of Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale’s Batman: The Long Halloween saga. The publisher announced the sequel series during this weekend’s MCM London. The series is told over ten parts and spins directly out of 2021’s Batman The Long Halloween Special. While co-creator Tim Sale sadly passed in 2022, Jeph Loeb will … Read more

New Comics This Week (05/22): DC 

[ DC’s new comics this week are bringing Wonder Woman back together with her love, Steve Trevor. Wonder Woman #9 from Tom King and Daniel Sampere releases this week from the publisher and continues the titular hero’s fight against Sovereign. As the villain attacks Diana Prince’s mind, she seeks refuge in her greatest love. The duo gets reacquainted, and Wonder Woman explains her journey so … Read more

Gotham City Sirens Getting New Miniseries From DC

[ DC is bringing the Gotham City Sirens back together after over a decade. The publisher announced a brand-new miniseries that will team Catwoman, Harley Quinn, and Poison Ivy up for a new adventure. Meanwhile, the trio’s ongoing series (Catwoman, Harley Quinn, and Poison Ivy) will pause while they get the band back together. However, those series and storylines will pick right … Read more

DC Vs. Vampires: World War V Brings Bloodsuckers Back To DC

[ The Elseworlds line at DC is getting a bit more bite with the announcement of DC vs. Vampires: World War V. The new series brings writer Matthew Rosenberg and artist Otto Schmidt back together. This new story, told over 12 issues, continues the lore built in the best-selling DC vs. Vampires and DC vs. Vampires: All Out War. However, fans are in … Read more