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- Israeli spokesman: No need to debate who broke the cease-fire
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Latest Dan Didio Items
DC Comics' heroes are going to zeroes. In September, DC Entertainment will publish a zero issue for its 52 titles, a move that co-publishers Jim Lee and Dan DiDio said will help explain the origins and effects of its rebooted characters a year after it erased decades of history and continuity to start everything from scratch.
DC Comics' heroes are going to zeroes.
The big "S" is still on his chest, but the new Superman coming to the shelves of book stores next week is not exactly the chipper and bright-eyed optimist of lore.
One of America's most enduring superheroes has begun a cross-country trek in Philadelphia.
Heaven knows what the gods are saying about Wonder Woman's new wardrobe change — goodbye, star-spangled hot pants! — a generational twist that has comic fans searching for meaning, and DC Comics searching for higher sales