How Grant Morrison's JLA Saved DC's Biggest Heroes

The '90s were a wild time for comics. The industry went from niche market to worldwide business leader. DC and Marvel became household names and a group of young superstar artists broke away from the big two system to found Image 24ֱ.

Swamp Thing Balances Humanity with Horror
The Swamp Thing premiere offers plenty of chills, but it also plants the seeds to allow one of DC’s most unique romances to bloom.
Doom Patrol is the Perfect Superhero Show for Our Strange Times

Superheroes. They're muscly, serious, heroic and always the good guys. It's a formula we love. But even our favorite things can sometimes become tiresome or routine.

Stargirl: The Hero (and DCTV Show) We Need

24ֱ have never been the same since 1986.

Loss at Sea: The Still-Shocking Aquaman: Death of a Prince

Did you know that one of the greatest Aquaman runs of all time took place when the hero of Atlantis didn't even have his own series? Arthur Curry is one of the oldest superheroes, first debuting in 1941's More Fun 24ֱ #73.

Escape Into the Dark Romantic Fantasy of Swamp Thing

Life can often seem like a swirling mystery of chance, sadness and the occasional sprinkle of magic…though right now it can be hard to focus on that latter part.

Getting to Know Helena Bertinelli's Huntress

Have you heard the story of the hero, orphaned as a young child when their parents were brutally murdered, who eventually became Gotham's avenger?

Seven Blood-Curdling Batman Stories

This year marks Batman's 80th Anniversary, and there’s no better time to revisit some of our favorite tales from the man behind the cowl.

Batman/Superman #1 Reveals the Dark Knight's Biggest Fear

After the trauma and chaos of The Batman Who Laughs, the Year of The Villain isn't letting up with

Brilliant Women of Batman: Carrie Kelley Lights Up the Dark Knight

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