justice league dark
Another magical DC Comics superhero team may have returned to continuity in Justice League Dark #5.
The Justice League Dark may not be as popular as the regular League, but it does sport some of the most powerful characters in all of the DC Universe.
DC's Witching Hour event just rewrote everything we knew about magic, giving it an all-new history tied to the spark of creation.
DC and Warner Bros. has a lot of catching up to do but with so many alternate worlds to explore, which ones will actually make it to screens?
The latest chapter of The Witching Hour crossover features the destruction of a major, mystical DC Universe locale.
There are dark times on the horizon for Dr. Alec Holland, which is saying something since he's already a lumbering monster named Swamp Thing
Writer James Tynion IV promises The Witching Hour will challenge Wonder Woman and reshape magic in the DC Universe.
The Witching Hour shows its hand much too early. What could have been a slow progression on intrigue gives away so much information in its front half.
A strange new power has started to emerge in Wonder Woman, teasing that the Amazon might be the new face of DC magic.
Justice League Dark #3 reveals the real, frightening reason Zatanna's magic works via her iconic backwards speech.
Detective Chimp will go up against an old ally in Justice League Dark #6 come this December.
The latest Justice League Dark appears to have shown a major DC hero pack it in and choose to retire in the face of adversity.
The Justice League Dark fight Doctor Fate in Issue #2, but is their new enemy who they think he is or are things not quite as they seem?
From fallen angels to offensive wizards to psycho cats, there's a cache of excessively strange characters the Worlds of DC should avoid.