Marvel readers might notice that Hawkman #18 bears striking similarities to an infamous Spider-Man story.
One of the oldest heroes of the DC Universe just became one of its deadliest villains as part of DC's Year of the Villain event.
The DC hero Hawkman is cursed to die and be reincarnated through history, and here's the story behind his most recent death and resurrection.
Bryan Hitch took to Twitter to confirm that the upcoming Hawkman #12 will be his final issue on the series, while teasing his future at DC.
New Line's Black Adam movie is reportedly searching for an actor to play the winged DC hero Hawkman to go toe-to-toe with Dwayne Johnson.
Everything that Hawkman knew is wrong, and the truth isn't going to make it any better.
Hawkman #6 changes everything we know about a major DC Comics location, thanks one of Carter Hall's many former lives.
Robert Venditti talks to CBR about his interpretation of Carter Hall in his and Bryan Hitch's Hawkman series.
Hawkman returns to Hawkworld and finally puts to rest questions about Katar Hol's place in DC Comics continuity.
Carter Hall learns that his emblem actually has dangerous connotations which suggest the arrival of an unstoppable evil searching time and space.