Jason Fabok, who most recently worked on “Batman Eternal”, will provide the art for the next big run on “Justice League” starting with issue #36.
The Justice League faces off against the Doom Patrol in Justice League #33!
After a suspicious fire is started at the S.T.A.R. Labs facility in New York, Bunker and Beast Boy are called into action. Meanwhile Red Robin investigates the attempted bombing of the S.T.A.R. Labs building, a gang of Wonder Girl impersonators run around fighting crime, and Raven attends a concert dedicated to her. The team has been pretty busy lately…
Three months have passed since the Undercover Avengers made their deal with Baron Zemo, and the time has come for them to rebel against their captors but not everyone is on board. Everyone, from the Masters of Evil, to S.H.I.E.L.D., to the Avengers, to the arena survivors, has been making moves and it’s only a matter of time before something big happens.
Greg Capullo, current artist for the “Batman” book tweeted an interesting piece of artwork. The image features Batman using a gun alongside Bluebird, and an unknown costumed character on a motorcycle.
Several stills from DC’s next animated feature “Justice League: Throne of Atlantis” have been released.
Photos taken on the set of the new Daredevil Netflix series show Charlie Cox in his civilian clothes as Matt Murdock.
Kevin Feige, head of Marvel Studios, announced that the movie rights to the Punisher, Blade, and Ghost Rider are now owned by Marvel once again.
“Guardians of the Galaxy” broke records this weekend when it made an estimated $94 million in the North American box office.
Clint and Barney recover from their injuries and their encounter with the Tracksuit Gang’s hired assassin. With Clint’s hearing gone and Barney confined to a wheelchair their spirits are low, but they still have a building to protect and a gang of Tracksuit bros to take down.