Saturday, April 2, 2022

Batwoman by Jason Badower

Batman-FaZe Clan
(March, 2022)
Batwoman Variant Cover by Jason Badower

Friday, April 1, 2022

Batgirl by Otto Schmidt

DC vs Vampires #6
(March, 2022)
Cover by Otto Schmidt

Thursday, March 31, 2022

Mera by Sami Rasbi

Aquamen #2
(March, 2022)
Artwork by Sami Rasbi

"Raging Waters"
Inks by Vicente Cifuentes
Colors by Adriano Lucas

Wednesday, February 9, 2022

Truth And Justice #15

Truth & Justice #15
Cover by María Laura Sanapo, Wendy Broome

It is an all-out brawl between Batwoman and Nocturna in the forest!

Monday, February 7, 2022

Batgirl FiGPiN Enamel Pin

Inspired by the artwork of José Luiz García-López, FiGPiN brings Batgirl to life through detailed enamel. The Batman Classic Comics Batgirl FiGPiN Enamel Pin Case is amazingly detailed and is able to stand up with the signature FiGPiN rubber backer stand. The 3-inch tall Batgirl pin comes displayed in front of a collectible Batgirl Classic Comics art backer card and is fully capsulated in the ultra collectible FiGPiN clear protector case.

Saturday, February 5, 2022

PXL8 Enamel Pins

PopMinded, which debuted in 2016, is Hallmark’s way to celebrate fandom with gifts and collectibles created and curated with all fans in mind.

An expanded line of PXL8 style collectible enamel pins featuring 8-bit renditions of favorite characters made its debut at PopMinded events in 2018. The pins included a two-pack of PXL8 pins featuring fan-favorite couple Aquaman and Mera.

Aquaman and Mera enamel pins

Thursday, February 3, 2022

Truth And Justice #14

Truth & Justice #14: Batwoman
Cover by Yasmine Putri
“Quiet Getaway” Part II

While looking into the mystery of the Mothman, Batwoman comes face-to-face with an old enemy!

Tuesday, February 1, 2022

Sunday, January 30, 2022

Friday, January 28, 2022

Truth And Justice #13

Truth & Justice #13: Batwoman
Cover by Kris Anka

Batwoman tries to take some time to herself and get away from Gotham City. But an urban legend in an Appelachean town catches her attention and draws her into trouble.

Artwork by María Laura Sanapo

Colors by Wendy Broome

Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Batgirl Prime

When the Bat-Family receives misleading information and incorrect directions from Oracle, ones Barbara didn’t send herself, they realize Oracle’s system has been hacked! But who is powerful enough to break into Oracle’s own super-secure network? And what personal information is now at risk?

Not only that, this mysterious Anti-Oracle is taking advantage of Gotham City’s state of fear and has bombarded the city with falsities, spreading even more fear. With the Bat-Team’s comms unreliable, Nightwing heads to Gotham to find the source of Anti-Oracle’s transmissions. The system she built is being used to hurt her city and her friends... her family. This is her fight!

Nightwing #84
"Fear State" - Chapter I
Artwork by Robbi Rodríguez, Adriano Lucas

Monday, January 24, 2022

The Becoming

Aquaman: The Becoming #6
Cover by David Talaski

Aquaman: The Becoming #4
Cover by Khary Randolph, Emilio López

Aquaman: The Becoming #1
Cover by Khary Randolph, Emilio López

Saturday, January 22, 2022


'Catwoman: Hunted' tells the tale of Selina Kyle’s (Elizabeth Gillies) latest heist. Putting her paws on a priceless jewel, however, draws the unwanted attention of Interpol, puts her squarely in the crosshairs of a powerful consortium of Gotham City villains, and  on the run from Batwoman (Stephanie Beatriz).

This animated feature has a distinctive art style that sets it apart from other DC animated films, meaning it’s not to be missed. Catch Catwoman: Hunted on digital in February 2022.

About Batwoman, the writer of 'Catwoman: Hunted,' Greg Weisman, said:

"Kate is military, she’s laconic, she’s pragmatic, kind of all business, she works with Julia Pennyworth often, which gives that whole Interpol thing. Then you compare that to Selina, who seems as if nothing is serious, nothing truly matters. Of course that’s a facade, but it’s a damn good facade.

And everything is a bit of a joke, everything is light. No matter how much danger we’re in, we’re just keeping it breezy. And just being able to set those two against each other, and Elizabeth [Gillies] and Stephanie [Beatriz] just did a fantastic job in playing off each other like that. I think [it was] even more challenging because due to the pandemic, I don’t think they were able to record together. And yet somehow, those two performances just integrate so well and are so lovely."