The Legend of Artemis: What You Need to Know About the Hot-Tempered Amazon

SPOILER ALERT: The below feature contains spoilers from the Trial of the Amazons comic book event. But you should be reading that before Artemis: Wanted anyway!
 

ASK…THE QUESTION: Has MAD Magazine Ever Crossed Over Into the DCU?

The time is upon us once again to ASK…THE QUESTION, what we do here in our monthly column where we take your pressing mysteries of the DC Universe and provide answers to the best of our ability.

V for Variety: Aqua-Horror, Swamp Things and Batman Opera with Ram V

Author of critically acclaimed and award-winning titles like These Savage Shores, Blue in Green and The Many Deaths of Laila Starr, DC’s history with Ram V started in 2018, with the writer demonstrating a deft skill at penn

Is Batman as Blind as Bat?

Batman might be the World’s Greatest Detective, but there are times when he misses the obvious.

ASK...THE QUESTION: Superman vs. the Flash - Who Has More Wins?

Welcome back once more to ASK…THE QUESTION, our monthly column where we take your pressing DC mysteries and provide answers to the best of our ability. I’m your host, Alex Jaffe, better known in the DC Community as HubCityQuestion.

George Pérez and the Art of the Group Shot

George Pérez, the Wonder Woman, Teen Titans and Crisis artist who brought the DC Universe to life like no one else before or since, passed away last month at the age of 67.

Everything You Need to Know Before Reading Dark Crisis

The Justice League are dead and a Dark Army is approaching. This seems like a pretty good reason to be afraid.

You Pretty Things: Jadzia Axelrod Talks Trans Heroes and Glam Rock

Every year, all of us at DCComics.com like to take Pride Month as a moment not just to showcase our favorite queer characters, but to take stock on where we are in representing the most isolated and vulnerable among us and provide a warm and

The DC Universe Guide to Dinosaur Spotting

In Jurassic League, a book that’s so out-there brilliant in its concept, it’s surprising it’s taken this long to get it, we

Thomas Wayne, Hero or Villain?

Batman’s father, wealthy Gotham City doctor and philanthropist Thomas Wayne, was killed off in his very first appearance in 1939.

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