Scott Snyder isn't calling it the DC Omniverse, that's our nickname for it, derived from a previous James Tynon IV-penned Death Metal comic book, Rise Of
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So how well is DC Future State going to do in January and February? The publisher has made all the comic books, released on a biweekly schedule through
In previous issues of Dark Nights: Death Metal by Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo and Jonathan Glapion, the world was turned upside down, and both
Yes, yes, we know it's not going to be called the Omniverse. It is just the Bleeding Cool per name for what is to come from DC Comics, post-Future State.
Death Metal #5 is published this Tuesday. But, as Bleeding Cool pointed out, since DC Comics switched from Diamond Comic Distributors to Lunar and UCS, DC
I have heard versions for this rumour on and off for the last 15 years, alongside the word that Dan DiDio was going to be fired as DC Comics publisher.
Last week's final issue of Young Justice #20 written by Brian Bendis saw this exchange, as the Young Justice encountered their old Teen Titans
Today sees the Punchline Special #1, a story about how a very bad person manages to manipulate people online to providing support and changing the public
Today sees the publication of Detective Comics #1030 and Punchline Special #1 from DC Comics, both see the people of Gotham tacking to the streets in a
Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok are creating a one-shot sequel to DC's biggest selling comic book of 2020, Batman: The Three Jokers.
What can we expect from March's DC Omniverse Special? For a start, it won't be called the DC Omniverse Special unless I am a genuine soothseer. That's
What is the DC Omniverse? Yesterday we looked at how the recent Death Metal: Rise Of The New God was setting up what may be coming for the DC Universe in
Until we have a title for it, we are calling the big DC Comics relaunch in March, the DC Omniverse. Yesterday I mentioned how Death Metal: Rise Of A New
Scott Snyder has been saying that the current DC comic book Death Metal is a celebration of all that DC Comics has been up to the present day, rather than