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DC Comics is one of the largest and oldest American comic book companies, and a subsidiary of Warner Bros. since 1967. Popular characters published by the company include: Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Green Lantern, Aquaman, Green Arrow, Hawkman, Cyborg and Supergirl. Popular DC Comics teams include Justice League, Suicide Squad, Birds of Prey, Teen Titans, and Watchmen. Former US Army Cavalry Officer and pulp writer Major Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson founded the precursor to the company we now know as DC Comics, National Allied Publications in autumn 1934. His first comic book, the tabloid-sized New Fun: The Big Comic Magazine #1 was cover dated February 1935 . Detective Comics, a detective-themed anthology series, debuted with a March 1937 cover date, and would introduce Batman to the world with Detective Comics #27, cover-dated May 1939. The initials "D.C." in DC Comics come from the title Detective Comics. The publisher would release its most important issue ever with Action Comics #1, cover-dated June 1938, and the comic book that introduced Superman to the world. As a subsidiary of Warner Bros, the publisher's characters and teams have been the subject of numerous tv series, films, and games.
WildCATS' Zealot Is The Fourth Member Of The New Birds Of Prey
Batman/Dylan Dog by Werther Dell'Edera Is Published This Month
PrintWatch sees DC Pride 2023, Deadpool: Badder Blood #1, Loki #1, and Spider-Man #9 get second printings, W0rldtr33 #1 gets a third,
Previously Kelly Thompson has officially tweeted out (and retweeted by DC reps) that she is to write a new ongoing Birds Of Prey series.
A meme is an idea, behaviour, or style that spreads by means of imitation from person to person. And now to Batman #136. Well, possibly.
At the end of Batman #134, Bruce Wayne, on secondment from his own universe to a Gotham which never had a Batman, lost a hand.
As a result, Lana Lang's history has been a little confused as well, including her relationship with John Henry Irons, better known as Steel.
Flash #800 is out today from DC Comics, and it's time for a few Lovecraft tentacles from Si Spurrier and Mike Deodato Jr.
Kelly Thompson is to write a new Birds Of Prey series with Black Canary, to be drawn by Leonardo Romero and Jordie Bellaire on art.
The Batman/Catwoman Gotham War is coming. And tomorrow's Batman #136 lays out what may be the fault lines between the pair.
Peacemaker Tries Hard #2 drops this week with John Cena's alter-ego, Peacemaker, teaming up with Monsieur Mallah. Things are bound to get bloody.
Batman's back in town. After being defeated and sent to another dimension by Failsafe, the robot created by Bruce Wayne's backup, Zur-En-Arr.
Get ready for sewer wars in Joker: The Man Who Stopped Laughing #9, as Joker faces off against the terrifying Killer Croc, and Red Hood's fate hangs in the balance...
Shazam #2 brings an epic battle between Billy and his gods. But who will end up as the World's Mightiest Puppet? Find out!
In Scooby-Doo Where Are You #122, the gang confronts a meddling mythological creature. But is that the only thing standing in Daphne's way?
In Adventures of Superman: Jon Kent #4, Jon faces an alternate reality where heroes wage a personal war leading to daddy issues galore. Dive in!
I wondered if Knight Terrors it was timed by DC for July and August so that collections could be out for Hallowe'en, but it seems not.
Witness the ultimate throwdown in Dark Knights of Steel #11 as Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman take on White Martians. Can hope triumph?
Will John Henry Irons give up being Steel for love and business in Steelworks #1? Get a sneak peek of the turmoil!
The Joker: Uncovered #1 ups the ante with a comic featuring nothing but variant covers. Is this the pinnacle of artistic genius or just a cash grab?
Get ready for a swampy love triangle in Poison Ivy #13 as Pamela Isley returns to Gotham City and Harley with more than pollen in the air!
Bleeding Cool, which has the cover for next week's Daily Planet. Which headlines Jimmy Olsen french-kissing the Silver Banshee.
The end of Shazam #1 by Mark Waid and Dan Mora, left Billy Batson in quite the pickle, losing it in front of the nation's cameras and smartphones.
The first works from the talented rookies of The Milestone Initiative! New Talent Showcase: The Milestone Initiative #1 is here to pave the way.
Batman's hidden robotic hand raises questions - from its crimefighting potential to its "private" uses. Discover the bionic Bat-side now!
Get ready for Flash #800 as multiple writers race to mark the Fastest Man Alive's milestone! Can they keep up? Find out in our preview.
Batman #136 is out next week,, written by Chip Zdarsky, drawn by Belen Ortega and coloured by superstar colourist Tomeu Morey.
The latest Printwatch looks at the second printings of the death of Ms Marvel, Justice Warriors and Blue Beetle #1 coming in a few weeks time.
Batman #136 is published by DC Comics next week. Bleeding Cool already ran some Gotham Gossip regarding that issue, and others.