To celebrate Batman Day, the creators currently writing the Bat-family books came together and teased what's coming for the Dark Knight.
DC Comics canceled "The Omega Men" before reviving the series a few days later, and it's not the first time DC has brought a title back to life.
"Omega Men," by writer Tom King and artist Barnaby Bagenda, has been given a reprieve from DC Comics, with the book slated to run though issue #12.
CBR has learned that "Justice League United," "Gotham By Midnight," "Omega Men," "Doomed" and "Lobo" will come to a close at DC Comics.
In a new series by Tom King, Gabriel Hernandez Walta & Jordie Bellaire, the Vision adjusts to suburban life with a wife and children of his creation.
King tells CBR definitively that Kyle Rayner is the main character of "Omega Men," and shares Tony Cypress art retelling the hero's iconic origin story.
The cartoonist has presented an enhanced version of an LAPD audiotape that he says supports his account of a 2001 encounter with police.
DC's mature readers imprint introduced a slew of new titles -- a dozen in all -- that will launch weekly starting in October, plus much more!
Brenden Fletcher, Cameron Stewart, James Tynion IV, Babs Tarr and more talk about DC's modern heroes as well as the return of Cassandra Cain.
Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV are set to return to weekly Bat-tales with "Batman & Robin Eternal," and a "Robin War" is looming.
Kicking off in October, Vertigo's fall lineup will include 12 new titles from creative talent like Darwyn Cooke, Michael Allred and Gail Simone.