heroes in crisis
Harley has been a villain, and sort of a hero, but she now seems poised to become one of DC's preeminent bad guys.
Heroes in Crisis just revealed the grim final fates of another batch of DC heroes and is quickly turning into one of DC's deadliest crossovers.
Wally West's apparent killer doesn't come as much of a surprise, but there seems to be more to the story.
The solicitation text for DC's Heroes in Crisis #6 offers fans another clue to the identity of the real Sanctuary Killer.
Mary Jane Watson has come across a secret support group that is very reminiscent of the DC Universe's ill-fated Sanctuary.
In Heroes In Crisis, Harley Quinn and Superman come to blows, which leads him to confirm her status as one of the DCU's best fighters.
Heroes in Crisis #2 takes a closer look at one of the Sanctuary casualties, and raises some questions about the hero's place in the DCU.
In Heroes in Crisis, Barry Allen responds to Wally West's death by lashing out, but at least he didn't reset the timeline again - yet.
Harley Quinn accomplishes what few villains ever have in Heroes in Crisis #2, potentially heralding her return to outright villainy.
The death of this character in Heroes in Crisis might be a key moment in Harley Quinn's transformation.
DC's Titans are rocked by a major death in Heroes in Crisis, along with a traumatic injury to their leader, Nightwing.
DC Comics' January 2019 solicitation info reveals the entire superhero community of the DC Universe may be at risk in Heroes in Crisis #5.
Batman pays his former protege a visit to deliver the news of a major Heroes In Crisis death in Red Hood: Outlaw #27.
The Flash writer talks about Wally West's death in Heroes in Crisis, and teases how and when Iris West will react.
A development in the latest Green Lanterns sets Simon Baz up to be revealed as one of Heroes In Crisis' first casualties.
Heroes in Crisis kicked off with a lot of heroes dying. If you're expecting the event to end with resurrections, Tom King isn't interested in that.
Green Arrow #45 picks up on the threads from Heroes In Crisis #1, focusing on Oliver Queen's reaction to the death of a dear friend.