heroes in crisis
Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy head off on a road trip in September, with a miniseries that's firmly in the middle of DC's Year of the Villain event.
DC Comics' Heroes In Crisis drew on the company's history of big events and roster of lesser-known characters. We look at how well it used those tragic fates.
Heroes In Crisis' confessionals speak volumes about the history of the DC Universe, and we've got your guide to the most significant revelations.
DC's Red Tornado has long drawn comparisons to Marvel's Vision. How does King acknowledge this in Heroes in Crisis' conclusion?
This Batman villain's complex path back to life is revealed in Heroes in Crisis #9 and might entail a major power upgrade.
The Heroes in Crisis writer took to Twitter to explain why one hero's death wasn't quite what it seemed.
No matter how Heroes in Crisis was going to end, there was always going be a certain level of divisiveness.
Heroes in Crisis ends by hinting that Wally West can be redeemed, but he can't make up for what he has done and he doesn't deserve the chance.
Wally West, the hero hit hardest by DC's Heroes In Crisis will not disappear after the event's finale, promises writer Tom King.
Booster Gold hasn't been acting right, and the Heroes in Crisis finale may offer the first hint as to why.
Wally West accidentally murdered many heroes, yes, but the series' conclusion paves the way for him to one day become a hero again.
DC Comics presents an exclusive preview of Heroes in Crisis #9, by writer Tom King and artist Clay Mann, that teases Booster Gold trying to save Wally West.
Heroes in Crisis writer Tom King revealed a saddening unpublished cover from Clay Mann featuring Barry Allen mourning Wally West.
Fans were left confused by the recent Heroes in Crisis revelations, and we'll examine why that Wally West twist did or didn't make sense.
We have seen DC heroes fall from grace, but Heroes in Crisis #8 sacrifices a truly unique character to darkness without a story strong enough to justify the loss.
The truth can be a difficult thing to accept, especially when the truth involves the murder of some of your fellow heroes.
The massacre at Sanctuary might have been accidental, but the actions taken by the killer afterwards were deliberate – and unforgivable.
Tom King, the writer of Heroes in Crisis, has received death threats over the contents of Issue #8.