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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.
Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean began their comic book careers together with Violent Cases in 1987 which piqued the interest of DC editor Karen Berger who got
Ahead of the return of Fables by Bill Willingham and Mark Buckingham, in September, DC Comics is publishing Batman vs. Bigby! A Wolf in Gotham which sees
In Robin #3, the titular Damian Wayne faces what may be the greatest challenge he's ever faced: social interaction! Check out a preview here.
Working out your difference via superhero fisticuffs is a tall order, but it could be worse in this preview of Mister Miracle The Source of Freedom #2.
In Teen Titans Academy #4, everybody wants to know: who is Red X? When Wikipedia is no help, where will the students turn?! Check out a preview here.
Solomon Grundy might not be the 1st guy you'd turn to for life advice, but what else are you gonna talk about over chess with him in Harley Quinn #4.
Talia Al Ghul's pre-pandemic plans are only now being realized. We feel you, Talia! Check out this preview of Checkmate #1 from DC Comics.
Wonder Woman may be a near-invulnerably super-powered warrior, but she's got no chance a guilt trip from good ol' mom in Wonder Woman Black & Gold #1.
Batman ensures a criminal will think of him every time he makes love to his wife in this preview of Batman Reptilian #1 from DC Comics.
Diana reads forbidden texts -- not from a phone, from a scroll, idiots! -- in this preview of Wonder Woman #774. And in those texts is a story of an Amazon boy?!
Three weeks ago, Bleeding Cool ran some Infinite Frontier rumours and gossip. This week sees the publication of Infinite Frontier #1. Feel free to compare
This is the Top Ten Bleeding Cool Bestseller List, as compiled by a number of comic stores from their sales on Wednesday and Thursday. It measures what is
Why won't Bat-people take The Penguin seriously in this preview of Detective Comics #1038, in stores Tuesday from DC Comics?
The trial of Naomi commences with a pity party in this preview of Justice League #63 by "The Great One" Brian Bendis and David Marquez.
Superman struggles to explain himself after not keeping in touch with his fan club for a long time in this preview of Action Comics #1032.