heroes in crisis
Tom King, the writer of Heroes in Crisis, has received death threats over the contents of Issue #8.
The identity of the suspected killer is verified, and the actions taken in the aftermath of the Sanctuary massacre were extensive, to say the least.
As things begin to wind down (sort of) in DC's Heroes in Crisis #7, the overall experience the series offers has become the main selling point.
While they might be set a year apart, these DC event stories are united by one major idea that could determine the future of the DC Universe.
In Mitch Gerads' Heroes in Crisis #7 cover, Superman puts an end to an argument between two of the events' major characters.
Heroes in Crisis #6 finally reveals the reason why Harley Quinn found herself at Sanctuary in the first place.
A surprisingly low-key interlude for Heroes in Crisis proves to be the most pivotal issue of the comic crossover yet.
Writer Tom King explains how Heroes in Crisis lines up with Rebirth's themes of hope and new beginnings.
Harley Quinn was made to look like Wally's killer a few issues ago, but now no one can really be certain.
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Artist Mitch Gerads shares a look at the upcoming Heroes in Crisis #6 that indicates the issue will revisit a key DC Rebirth scene.
Writer Tom King's latest sneak peek at Heroes in Crisis by artist Mitch Gerads teases a confrontation between Harley Quinn and the Joker.
DC Comics has unveiled Ryan Sook's variant cover for Heroes in Crisis #6 revealing Wally West's most traumatizing memory.
Booster Gold has been mentally suspect lately, but he's smart enough to figure out that one hero might not be dead after all.
One Justice League member's revelation could bring a 'legendary' storyline back into the DC Universe in a major way.