Batman No. 27, published in 1939, is notable for its first appearance of Batman. A “fine/very fine 7.0” graded copy of the issue has sold for $1.5 million in another auction from Heritage Auctions.
Jason Todd is returning in the third season of DC’s Titans sporting none other than the Red Hood. Today DC gives us our first look at actor Curran Walters wearing the Red Hood costume. Check it out.
Marvel is still resisting a true all-you-can-eat subscription model but today they took one step closer. Starting October 19, Marvel Unlimited members can dive into their favorite Marvel stories just three months after the hit the shelves.
Lois Lane and the Friendship Challenge explores the dynamics of childhood friendships, as well as the universal experience of jealousy and uncertainty that can occur when someone new is added to the group.
This week, writer Jonathan Hickman and artist Russell Dauterman finished the story of Jean Grey and Emma Frost with GIANT-SIZE X-MEN: STORM #1, as the events of this issue dovetailed nicely with GIANT-SIZE X-MEN: FANTOMEX #1. In the process, two mutant lives have been greatly changed.
DC today announced the evolution of DC UNIVERSE into DC UNIVERSE INFINITE, a premium digital comic book service set to launch on January 21, 2021.
Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle have rekindled their long-running, on-again, off-again relationship in a new series from DC Comics. In Batman/Catwoman, a crime story told across three separate timelines, DC returns to the romantic saga of Batman and Catwoman, continuing the story they began in the pages of Batman!
Batman comics has hit the one thousand issue mark. That’s quite a milestone, and Detective Comics #1027 is a fitting tribute. In that same spirit, DC has created a series of virtual collector cards. Each card celebrates a pivotal first appearance that took place in the pages of Detective Comics over the years.
Today DC launched a new digital first, Represent, to showcase and introduce new and rising creators. The first chapter is available for free on participating digital platforms.
Coming off the success of its DC Fandome, DC today revealed plans for a global Batman Day celebration to take place on September 19, 2020. Fans around the world will be able to participate in Batman-themed events throughout the day.