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EXCL. PREVIEW: Reality Gets Warped in "Injustice: Gods Among Us" #22

EXCL. PREVIEW: Reality Gets Warped in "Injustice: Gods Among Us" #22

Brian Buccellato & Mike S. Miller's digital first DC Comics series continues as Swamp Thing fights Poison Ivy and reality falls apart on Feb. 24.

EXCL. PREVIEW: Wonder Woman Awakens in Buccellato & Miller's "Injustice Year Three" #15

EXCL. PREVIEW: Wonder Woman Awakens in Buccellato & Miller's "Injustice Year Three" #15

Brian Buccellato takes over for Tom Taylor as the new writer of DC Comics' "Injustice: Gods Among Us" in a new issue drawn by Mike S. Miller.

Taylor's "Injustice: Year Three" Returns to Weekly, Introduces Constantine

Taylor's "Injustice: Year Three" Returns to Weekly, Introduces Constantine

John Constantine is one of the many new concepts Tom Taylor plans to add to "Injustice: Year Three" as the series returns to its weekly digital format.

Comics A.M. - Palestinian Cartoonist to be Released Today

Comics A.M. - Palestinian Cartoonist to be Released Today

Israeli authorities set to release Palestinian cartoonist Mohammed Saba’aneh! Diamond lists Graphic Novel Common Core for educators and librarians! Interviews with Matt Bors and Mike S. Miller! Plus more!

EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK: "National Comics: Looker" #1

EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK: "National Comics: Looker" #1

Courtesy of DC Comics comes an exclusive first look from inside "National Comics Looker" #1 from artist Mike S. Miller, showcasing the gory and gossipy sides of the supermodel-turned-vampire.

Ian Edginton Vamps Up "National Comics: Looker"

Ian Edginton Vamps Up "National Comics: Looker"

In the latest one-shot reinventing a DC character for the New 52, Ian Edginton takes former Outsider Looker to her vampiric supermodel heights in a story that's part business, part murder.

THE BAT SIGNAL: Fridolfs Crafts "Arkham Unhinged"

THE BAT SIGNAL: Fridolfs Crafts "Arkham Unhinged"

Writer Derek Fridolfs spoke with THE BAT SIGNAL about writing "Arkham Unhinged," a complimentary story to the hit "Batman: Arkham City" video game, explaining what fans should expect from the digital-only series.

PRESS RELEASE: Ross and Miller Named as "Game of Thrones" Cover Artists

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