Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice // artwork by Nimesh Niyomal (2014)

Superman: The First Ten Issues! // artwork by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster (1939)

An American classic. Reminder of simpler times! 

The Trinity // artwork by Joh James (2014)

Featuring DC’s powerhouses: Superman, Wonder Woman and Batman!

DC’s next film gets Official Tittle: Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice
For almost a year now the world has wondered just what the sequel to 2013’s Man of Steel would be titled. It was recently dubbed “Batman vs. Superman” by Warner Bros. but with the caveat it was a working title only.  Wednesday Warner Bros. announced the official full title - Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice.
In addition to confirming what we already know about the film – that it would feature Superman against Batman – it also formalizes it in a boxing context with the use of “v” as opposed to “vs.” or “versus.”

DC’s next film gets Official Tittle: Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice

For almost a year now the world has wondered just what the sequel to 2013’s Man of Steel would be titled. It was recently dubbed “Batman vs. Superman” by Warner Bros. but with the caveat it was a working title only.  Wednesday Warner Bros. announced the official full title - Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice.

In addition to confirming what we already know about the film – that it would feature Superman against Batman – it also formalizes it in a boxing context with the use of “v” as opposed to “vs.” or “versus.”

Superman: Son of Krypton // artwork by John Gallagher (2014)
Superman // artwork by Jim Lee, Scott Williams and Gat Melvyn (2011)

Superman // artwork by Jim LeeScott Williams and Gat Melvyn (2011)

Superman // artwork by John Romita Jr. (2014)

In one of the greatest news i could ever receive this day Dc just announced that mister Marvel Universe John Romita Jr. will pencil the core Superman book with Geoff Johns writing. Don’t know about you but i sure want to read this. It’s also sad that DC has to fish on Marvel’s talent pool to make the character relevant again after making him unreadable for a long time in the hands of Scott Lobdell. Click on the link for more about these news!

DC Superheroes: Colourblind // artwork by Abel Mvada (2014)
Superman // artwork by Tony Daniel (2013)
Cover art for Action Comics #18

Superman // artwork by Tony Daniel (2013)

Cover art for Action Comics #18

The DC Comics Style Guide // artwork by Jose Luis Garcia Lopez (1982) 

In 1982 DC published a guide to help professional and aspiring artists learn how to draw DC Characters properly. Jose Luis Garcia Lopez graced the pages of that book by offering the definitive renditions of these characters by the time. Most of them still hold up really well to this day (despise the New 52 and all their padding)