Matt Wagner's long-awaited Mage: The Hero Denied #1 is full of magic, but this time heroism is not limited to the supernatural sort.
Articles by Greg McElhatton
The Justice League of America track Ray Palmer to the Microverse, only to discover the literal foundation of the DC Universe is starting to crumble.
In Batman #25, The Joker and Riddler co-opt each others' methods, showing why there's only room for one of them in Gotham City.
Titans #11 brings Wally West into the confrontation fans have been waiting for, while Deathstroke's Lazarus Contract slowly unfolds.
Almost since the start of the New 52, Kyle Rayner's been an army of one as the universe's sole White Lantern. Those days are now over...
Bumblebee and the Titans' current issues with the Fearsome Five may remind readers of Joss Whedon and John Cassaday's first Astonishing X-Men storyline.
Steve Orlando and Ivan Reis form a new Justice League of America, but the meat of this special lies in the glimpses of the future storylines ahead.
"Superman" #16 throws out multiple callbacks to "Crisis on Infinite Earths" even as the overall story arc of DC Rebirth continues to look towards the future.
Kamandi Challenge delivers two strong opening chapters, even as it's hard to ignore a slight tonal disconnect between the interpretations of the character.
Steve Orlando and Stephen Byrne take the best aspects of the previous incarnations of the Ray to create this newest member of the Justice League.
Wally West and Clark Kent share their pre-Flashpoint memories, even as Donna Troy struggles to learn which of hers are real.
Revelations about the Emerald Empress' Eye, Harley Quinn's mystical invulnerability and the debut of Eclipso make for a jam-packed issue.
The new Rebirth miniseries may be a central piece of the DC Universe's current Watchmen puzzle.
"Civil War II's" scars run deep, particularly for the former Avenger known as She-Hulk.
One character returns from the grave, and another makes their anticipated Task Force X debut ahead of the upcoming throw down with the Justice League.
Swamp Thing guest stars in "Superman Annual" #2 with a message from the Green that has major DC Universe implications.
Two new Bat-villains arrive in Gotham City, but will they both have a lasting impact on the Dark Knight's world?
Everything you - and Diana - thought you knew about Wonder Woman's New 52 reality... is wrong?