The latest issue of Event Leviathan has the number of surprise players involved in the investigation grow significantly.
DC's Event Leviathan just saw the crossover's titular villain take out the world's most powerful superhero without breaking a sweat.
Brian Michael Bendis describes the shocking twists and turns of Event Leviathan, pushing Superman into noir and the joys of writing DC's future.
Batman makes a costly mistake in Event Leviathan that could lay the groundwork for one of his closest allies to become his most dangerous foe.
From the events of the last few months, Leviathan seems like a lethal society, but Action Comics #1013 hints that they may not be killers after all.
Leviathan may have dropped a hint about their true identity by referencing Plastic Man's continuity across the DC Multiverse.
Batman teams with Red Hood to go over what we know so far about Event Leviathan in CBR's first look at the series' second issue.
Artist Jason Fabok shares his and Brad Anderson's variant cover for Event Leviathan #2 on which Jason Todd/Red Hood looms over Batman.
Event Leviathan writer Brian Michael Bendis promises fans that the mystery villain is a preexisting DC character whose identity can be solved.
The world's greatest detective(s) are tugging at any string they can in Event Leviathan #1, which is a great start to the story.
Brian Michael Bendis debuted Alex Maleev's cover to Event Leviathan #4, which finds Superman tearing metal apart with his bare hands.
Leviathan has claimed a major victim following the destruction of DC's spy organizations, breaking one of the publisher's beloved heroes.