Superheroes and Real Heroes | DC

One of the things I discovered when I first started hanging out with Denys Cowan and Dwayne McDuffie, founders of the comic book company Milestone Media, was that we all were deeply affected by the Black history comics we read when we were kids. So, when Denys and I relaunched Milestone Media decades later, we … Read more

Crush & Lobo and the Chance for Change

Crush & Lobo is a story about love. Not between the titular father and daughter—ugh, as if—but the relationship between two very different people who really want to make it work. Most importantly, the GLAAD Award-winning miniseries is about Lobo’s daughter Crush starting a journey to learn to love and accept herself. Along the way, … Read more

George Pérez and the Art of the Group Shot

George Perez, the Wonder Woman, Teen Titans and Crisis artist who brought the DC Universe to life like no one else before or since, passed away last month at the age of 67. It’s impossible to overstate just how big an impact Pérez had not just on DC, but on the very art of comics … Read more

Feeling GLAAD: DC’s Award-Winning LGBTQIA+ Comics

Pride Month is a joyful, celebratory occasion where for thirty days, every stripe of the queer community bands together to present themselves to the world without reservation. It’s more than just a party, though. It’s an act of self-declaration to a culture that ignored and resisted them for years. It’s why visibility in media, in … Read more

DC is Deeply Saddened by the Loss of Tim Sale

DC is deeply saddened by the loss of Tim Sale, a wonderfully gifted artist and kind soul. “The entire DC family is heartbroken at the news of Tim’s passing,” said Jim Lee, DC Chief Creative Officer and Publisher. “Tim was an extraordinary artist, who was masterful at storytelling and panel layouts and his compositions were … Read more

Book Breakdown – Galaxy: The Prettiest Star Rises Up All the Way

Galaxy: The Prettiest Star by Jadzia Axelrod and Jess Taylor is one of those graphic novels that stays with you a long time after you finish the last panel. It’s an emotional tale that resonates with anyone who’s ever felt uncomfortable in their own skin. It’s a gorgeous allegory for the transgender experience. It’s a … Read more

The Human Target Continues the Hunt for His Killer This September!

Christopher Chance Continues the Pursuit For His Killer This September! The Human Target Book Seven, by Tom King and Greg Smallwood Available in Comic Book Shops and Digitally September 27 The Human Target Vol. 1 Hardcover Collection, Available in Comic Book Shops, Bookstores, and Digitally September 13 The Eisner-nominated series by acclaimed writer Tom King … Read more

Tim Drake’s Story Continues in New Series ‘Tim Drake: Robin’

Tim Drake’s Story Continues in New Ongoing Series ‘Tim Drake: Robin’ This September, Tim Drake’s story continues in his own Robin series: Tim Drake: Robin, on sale September 27. Spinning out of Batman Urban Legends and Tim Drake Pride Special, writer Meghan Fitzmartin continues the next chapter of Tim’s story with fan-favorite artist Riley Rossmo … Read more

Bringing Back Static: How the Latest Vision Captures What Came Before

In 1993, Milestone Media published four superhero titles with the intention of providing meaningful diversity for a readership that wasn’t properly represented in mainstream comics. The most popular and well-known of these was and continues to be static, helped in a large part to the animated series that aired weekday afternoons in the early 2000s. … Read more

Kal-El Is Returning to Earth

The Epic Conclusion to the Warworld Saga Kal-El Returns to Earth Action Comics #1047 Kicks off Six-Part Crossover with Superman: Son of Kal-El The moment that Superman fans have been waiting for is almost here. Witness the Warworld Saga’s epic conclusion featuring battles between Superman & Mongul and the Authority & Mongul’s Unmade Champions in … Read more