Batgirl #50 may bring the Barbara Gordon series to an end, but it also opens the door for a young hero to assume the cape and cowl.
Todd McFarlane just offered up a sneak peak on a new DC Multiverse figure that’s sure to stand out in your collection.
Black Panther’s Michael B. Jordan has just signed on to help bring Milestone’s Static Shock to the big screen.
Following hot on the heels of DC’s Death Metal conclusion, DC will be bringing a whole new group of characters to iconic super hero roles in DC Future State, a two-month, line-wide event beginning in January.
The first three offerings include: Hardware “The Man in the Machine” (by Dwayne McDuffie, Denys Cowan, and J.J. Birch), Icon “A Hero’s Welcome” (by McDuffie and M.D. Bright), and Icon Vol. 2 “The Mothership Connection” (by McDuffie, Bright, and Mike Gustovich).
Hodge is best known for his work on Showtime’s crime drama City on a Hill, where he plays assistant district attorney Decourcy Ward, and for his role in 2020’s Invisible Man.