Two words: “Red Wedding”.
Two words: “Red Wedding”.
Since 2008, Marvel Studios’ eight movies have grossed $5 billion in global box office, all thanks to one simple, radical invention: the mega-franchise. Can Hollywood catch up? And should they?
From 1941-1986, the superheroes appeared in their own comic book series, World’s Finest Comics, and it was ridiculous.
As Tony Stark might say, “let’s do a head count here”.
Maryland is not DC. I’m sorry, it’s just not.
And furthermore, what they do when they’re NOT being evil.
Nine months have passed since the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting. Despite inaction on Capitol Hill, family members who lost loved ones to gun violence are not ready to give up their fight to change the nation’s firearm laws.
Omar Grant, a civilian worker at the Washington Navy Yard, led his blind colleague off the base when he heard gunshots.
Because your dream vacation really should reflect how cool you are. Duh.
DC’s big Villain Month event starts tomorrow, with each title in the DC line-up being taken over by an iconic villain, complete with lenticular 3D motion covers on each book. Here are four of the impressive new motion covers in action.
French artist Andry Rajoelina continues his adorable series.
“Zero Year” continues in Batman #23, and we get a glimpse at the origins on the Red Hood Gang, and their connection to Bruce Wayne and Gotham City.
Have you heard the good news about the Emerald Archer?
You are a true Colonial…whatever that is.
“So what do you do and WHERE DO YOU LIVE?”
COFFEE, COFFEE, COFFEE.
The tipping point is quickly approaching. Three Justice Leagues is two too many, and a showdown is only a matter of time.
Snow White as Wonder Woman is perfect.
D’awww they look so cute when they’re plotting evil. The latest chapter in the digital comic Li’l Gotham series has a patriotic angle.
Ever since DC announced their big September event, Villain Month, fans have been speculating about the 52 baddies that would get their own covers. Well, here they all are in one spot. It’s a regular Legion of Doom. (Wow, that actually has a ring to it. Someone should make that a thing.)
September has been a big month for DC Comics since the relaunch of the New 52, and this September will be the biggest yet thanks to DC’s infamous anti-heroes, the villains. Co-Publishers of DC Entertainment Dan DiDio and Jim Lee sat down to discuss the details of the event.
Brass bands, gospel singers and the fiercest cheerleaders for Jesus you’ve ever seen.
The Justice League has never rocked so hard. Made by Butcher Billy.
It’s been one year since we lost the legendary “Godfather of Go-Go,” Chuck Brown, but his legacy lives on.
No one has it all together, not even our nation’s capital.
Mika sang without the mic on Wednesday night in DC — the first time he said he’d done so in concert since he was a child. Daniel Wein captured the performances of “Stardust” and “Lola.”
Plus exclusive new pages from the next issue of Batman Inc. BuzzFeed talked with the Batman author over the phone about divorce, death, and irrevocable decisions.