A copy of the Action Comics #1 Ashcan recently sold for $204,000 at auction. One of only three known copies, the last one sold for $50,000 twelve years
Last month, Bleeding Cool reported that Superman Red & Blue #2 would now feature a story by Steven T. Seagle and Duncan Rouleau and will be available
The tweets and Instagrams have been counted and the DC's inaccurately-named Round Robin vote between pitches for a new DC Comics series continues apace.
As we entered March there wre no new DC four packs at Walmart, but just arrived are eight new sets, half featuring Future State on top.
Comic book writer Tom King tweeted out the following cover to his upcoming Supergirl: Woman Of Tomorrow #1 comic book with Bilquis Evely, earlier today.
A few days ago, DC Comics posted 16 pitches for potential upcoming comic books and gave DC fans the chance to vote on them on Twitter and Instagram,
Claudia Gray and Eric Zawadski's House of El Book One: The Shadow Threat graphic novel was published by DC Comics in January 2021. Telling the story of
Walmart had new five packs in December from DC, but the lack of any desireable books, made the Jim Lee posters all anyone wants.
DC Comics has issued a list of potential upcoming comic book series, that will compete with each other, and the public vote, to be published by DC Comics
Up at Heritage Auctions is, quite frankly, an incredible piece of original artwork celebrating the History of the DC Universe by those who made it. At the
Brett Booth is an artist who does seem to divide some folk. Of the Jim Lee/Rob Liefeld school of comic book artwork, he epitomises nineties-style
Action Comics #1029 was published on Tuesdays from DC Comics. But something, it appears, was wrong. And DC Comics informed comic book retailers that "due
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Yesterday saw the publication of Action Comics #1029 from DC Comics, following up on the previous issue's threat of the death of Superman. Jonathan Kent
Action Comics #1029 was published yesterday from DC Comics. But something, it appears, was wrong. No idea what, and it doesn't seem urgent enough to issue