It’s time once more to write for some of my favorite people—you, the readers. Hello! I’m Alex Jaffe, better known by the DC Community as HubCityQuestion (or, on occasion, “Mr.
As we go through Black History Month, we’d be remiss in not celebrating the various creators behind the pen who brought their vision to the page.
The DC Universe is famous for superheroes who can fly through the air, run faster than sound, bend steel with their bare hands and wield more powers than can fit in a single sentence.
The holidays are over, school is back in session and kids across the world are about to learn from some of their favorite teachers—Superman, Batman, the Flash and the other heroes of the DC Universe.
Welcome back to Gotham Gazette! I hope you’re all enjoying your summer, because Jason Todd sure isn’t.
Even if you're not really a comics history buff, there's a pretty good chance you know the name Alan Moore, and an even better chance that his name probably calls to mind some very specific images.
The New Age of DC Heroes is marching ever forward with Ivan Reis and Jeff Lemire’s THE TERRIFICS #1, hitting shelves this week.