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Be sure to have plenty of Scooby Snacks around A 16-page preview of upcoming Hanna-Barbera characters will be available for free at participating comic book retailers as part of their free comics day promotions May 11. The new comics, to debut in

We're not losing anybody -- we're gaining more

We aren’t in the loop as far as the future is concerned. We just know that the multipart series being continued through Action Comics #51 os called “The Final Days of Superman,” so we’ll just have to leave it at that.

Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in I thought this concept went away in the mid-1980s. I was never fully invested in it, and I find that I still feel the same way. What am I talking

We're really living in the age of crossovers, aren't we?

So a new Suicide Squad trailer was released last night and no one really seems all too excited about it. After the first few trailers, and Batman v Superman's release many fans are incredibly skeptical. The mish-mosh of characters, and

I haven't seen Batman V Superman yet. I don't know when I'm going to see it. But I know one thing for certain: You should stop hating on it. I don't have to watch the movie to know what happened in

So it’s no secret that I’ve been incredibly skeptical of the Batman v Superman movie for awhile now. The casting, the mish-mosh of characters, and the twisting of story-arcs led me down a very narrow tunnel where I couldn’t see any

"This is a job for Superman!"

I can't tell you how many times I've heard those words.

The comic books Batman 66 and Wonder Woman 77 are a step in the right direction, I think.

It's an idea that's at least 50 years in the making. When the original TV version of Batman was introduced in 1966, DC Comics should have put out its own title to take advantage of a campy, over-the-top version of