Of all the epic crossover battles, 1960's Batman vs Godzilla may be one of the most interesting to have never been produced.
Patty Jenkins claims "all us DC directors" reject the Justice League finished by Joss Whedon as non-canonical.
DC Comics officially revealed the identity of their new black Batman that will debut in Future State: The Next Batman.
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Artist The Imaginative Hobbyist recently mashed up Rosario Dawson's version of Ahsoka Tano with DC Comics' Wonder Woman.
DC Comics is hiring, even now. Graham Nolan ponders if he should apply but doesn't have faith it would work out. Chuck Dixon chimes in too.
A new rumor details that WarnerMedia is courting Star Wars and Pacific Rim Uprising actor John Boyega for a DC Comics role.
Artist Dylan R. Fagan redesigned DC Comics' newest character Mandy Koriand'r, the daughter of Starfire.
DC Comics introduced a brand new character in the form of Starfire's daughter with the announcement of their new young adult comic, I Am Not Starfire.
Artist The Imaginative Hobbyist recently shared his mockup of Elvira, Mistress of the Dark becoming one of DC Comics' Red Lanterns.
DC Comics announced their newest Gotham hero, Whistle, who is described by author E. Lockhart as a "social activist."
Barbara Gordon aka Batgirl appears to team up with Gotham's version of Antifa in the upcoming giant-sized Batgirl #50.
Prolific Batman writer Chuck Dixon and the creator of Batman villain Bane alongside Graham Nolan recently revealed that DC Comics editorial wanted to change the villain's name.
A group of streets artists called "The Faction" recently transformed a promotional billboard for DC Universe's Swamp Thing into an attack ad on former Vice President Joe Biden.
Michael Rooker would love to be Savant in a The Suicide Squad spinoff like Peacemaker. He has some thoughts about hair and villains too.
Hawkman is one of DC Comics' most iconic characters first appearing in Flash Comics #1 back in 1940.
DC Comics and Warner Bros. announced a brand new Batman series from film writer David S. Goyer.
Jim Lee copped to a certain level of anxiety in pulling off DC FanDome due to the sheer amount of content versus time to watch.