Unlocking the History of the Multiverse
Are you confused about DC’s Multiverse? We’re here to talk you through it in one quick, concise article…since the one thing that isn’t infinite is time.

A New Future for the Man of Steel - Comic-Con 2021 Panel

If you haven't noticed, there's a whole lot happening in the world of Superman these days! DC Editor in Chief Marie Javins leads a super discussion on what lies ahead with the super talented, multiple Eisner Award-nominated writers Tom Taylor (Superman: Son of Kal-El), Phillip Kennedy Johnson (Action Comics), Grant Morrison (Superman and the Authority) and Mikel Janin (Superman and the Authority). Fans of both Clark and Jon Kent won’t want to miss this one!

Meet the Authority, the Anti-Justice League

In Grant Morrison and Mikel Janín’s Superman and the Authority, the Man of Steel taps Manchester Black to hel

First Look: The Authority Returns to the DC Universe
Our presidential past and (not nearly so presidential) present collide in this exclusive preview of Superman and the Authority #1.
The Green Lantern is a Psychedelic Space Trip Across the Stars

Comics are a playground for the creative mind.

Unlocking the History of the Multiverse

The CW’s recent “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover event exposed more people than ever before to the concept of DC’s Multiverse—the expanse of differing “Earths," each with their own unique makeup of superheroes and villains.

The Green Lantern Corps is Gone! Grant Morrison Explains Why...

The Green Lantern Corps is no more! Scratch that—they never even existed in the first place.

First Look: Grant Morrison's Green Lantern Comes to a Shocking Close
Hal Jordan has fifteen minutes to live in this sneak peek at Grant Morrison and Liam Sharp’s The Green Lantern #12.

DC Comics Art Academy Featuring Liam Sharp (2018)

Welcome to the DC Comics Art Academy, a series of art tutorials and interviews recorded at Comic-Cons featuring many of the gifted and unique artists working for DC today. In today's installment, The Green Lantern artist Liam Sharp drops in to discuss what it's like working with Grant Morrison, how he's been influenced by both European and American artists and why he always draws for black and white, all while rendering one of the more unusual Green Lanterns out there—the hot-headed Mag Max.

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