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Join the world of gonzo journalist Spider Jerusalem! He and his “filthy assistants” fight the power of a corrupt regime in a dystopian United States—all chronicled in the pages of the critically acclaimed cyberpunk series TRANSMETROPOLITAN!
As Co-Publishers of DC Entertainment, Jim Lee and Dan DiDio are the driving force behind the great comics and graphic novels coming out of DC today. In this always popular panel, the two leaders invite fans to share their questions, concerns and comments with them regarding DC Comics and the great characters we all know and love.
What does it take for some of the biggest heroes in all of comics to come together? Apparently, it takes a Justice League panel.
Last month, DC COMICS - THE NEW 52 celebrated Zero Month-a month of intriguing and informative zero issues that filled in a lot of details about our characters' histories and lives before The New 52. And that's just a small part of what this past year has brought us. "Night of the Owls." Superman and Wonder Woman's first kiss. Bestselling novelist China Mieville's DC debut on Dial H.
The Night of the Owls may be over, but if anything, things are only getting darker for Gotham's guardians. Unfolding in the pages of nearly every Bat-title, "Death of the Family" promises to have Batman fans talking for months...at least when they're not turning pages nervously, perched on the edge of their seat.
Attending New York Comic Con today? Check out what signings will be going on in the DCE booth!
New York Comic Con continues as the Vertigo - Fables: 10th Anniversary! panel has just wrapped up.
Has it really been ten years since we were first introduced to Snow White, Bigby Wolf, Rose Red and all the residents of Fabletown? It has indeed, and what a journey it's been. Through more than 120 issues, numerous graphic novels, multiple Eisner Awards and a highly-acclaimed spin-off or two, the cast of Bill Willingham's beloved fantasy series have come to feel like good friends.
Ah, it feels like it was just yesterday when we hosted our now infamous "Mad about MAD" panel at San Diego Comic-Con. That's because it was only a few of months ago. (Seriously, how many of these Comic-Cons are there?) If you were there, you were treated to plenty of bad puns and the sweet sound of our team of panelists breaking into song.