DC shared its slate of middle grade and Young Adult graphic novels for the new year, including titles by Gene Luen Yang, Melissa De La Cruz and more.
DC's New Year's Evil holiday special gives a minor DC villain a heart-breaking tragic origin that changes everything about the character.
We explore the members of royalty in DC Comics and rank them in order of how powerful they really are.
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From Velvet Tiger to the Clown Prince of Crime himself, here are Batgirl's 10 most powerful villains.
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Since "The Flash of Two Worlds" appeared in 1961's Flash #123, DC Comics has expanded and contracted its universe of alternate earths and dimensions.
To introduce newcomers to what they're missing from the world of comics, an annual issue has to stand on its own, without having to explain mythology.
Wolverine is the epitome of rage. While he has matured into a leader, a lover, and a level minded tactician, at the core of Logan is an animal.
Though Dick Grayson may be the first son of The Bat, there is another with a more legitimate claim to the title of Heir of The Bat. Damian Wayne.
The Justice Society of America is set for a rebirth in the comics and an appearance on the big screen with Black Adam, so here's a crash course.
While Dick Grayson may have been the first young man to take on the mantle of Robin, the mischievous Jason Todd would later take the name.
Two of the greatest sidekicks to any superhero and great heroes themselves, who comes out on top in a comparison between the two famous Robins?