In the latest Comic Book Legends Revealed, discover who Jack Kirby originally based Funky Flashman on before it became a Stan Lee parody!
In Tom King and Mitch Gerads' Mister Miracle #12, we finally learn the shocking secret behind Scott Free's false reality.
The current Justice League/Aquaman crossover may have spoiled the fate of Mister Miracle and Barda.
DC artist Mitch Gerads has revealed the actual variant cover for Mister Miracle #12, the miniseries' highly-anticipated finale from him and Tom King.
Tom King and Mitch Gerads have established Scott Free's reality is in question in Mister Miracle. Does it all tie back to Flashpoint, though?
In Tom King and Mitch Gerads' Mister Miracle #11, we get a major revelation that might crack the code on Scott Free's existential crisis.
According to Mister Miracle artist Mitch Gerads, he and writer Tom King based Scott and Barda's relationship on their own marriages.
Because Mister Miracle isn't very well known, Mitch Gerads says he was was able to develop his 'weird style' for the series.
Artist Mitch Gerads has revealed the variant cover for the final issue of his and writer Tom King's 12-issue Mister Miracle miniseries.
Ahead of Mister Miracle's conclusion, Tom King offered a tease of what's to come and promised a resolution to the series' two ongoing plot threads.
In Tom King and Mitch Gerads' Mister Miracle #10, Scott Free is reunited with two of his longtime teammates from the Justice League International.
In King and Gerads' Mister Miracle #10, Scott Free devises a plan to win the war with Darkseid without jeopardizing his and Barda's son's life.
Actor Logan Marshall-Green has parked speculation he may have a key role in director Ava DuVernay's adaptation of DC's New Gods.
In Mister Miracle #9, Scott Free is faced with the hardest decision of his life in order to bring peace to New Genesis and Apokolips.
Eisner-nominated Mister Miracle artist Mitch Gerads announced he's renewed his exclusive agreement with DC, saying it was an easy decision.
In Mister Miracle #8, Tom King and Mitch Gerads finally (and comically) address whether or not the Caped Crusader is actually a child-killer.
In Tom King and Mitch Gerads' Mister Miracle #8, Scott Free attempts to juggle being a father with being 'the' Highfather.