Charlie-SaysLadies, gentlemen and others. The representation of non-binary genders is seriously lacking in the comic-book world and it needs addressing. While, yes, non-binary gender is in the minority, it would be great to have more openly non-binary characters than what is currently on offer. And none of this ‘hinting’ that somebody may or may not be non-binary. It has to be canon.

Lumberjanes Gotham AcademyFinally! It’s here! The wait is over! Lumberjanes Gotham Academy meet up for joint-shenanigans in this crossover to end all crossovers. This 6-part series will showcase Chynna Clugston Flores’ writing ability and Rosemary Valero-O’Connell’s art style in tackling two sets of established characters, bringing them together for an action-packed all-ages adventure that’ll please both Lumberjanes and Gotham Academy fans alike, and might even make some new ones along the way.

Legend of Wonder WomanIt’s turning out to be quite the year for Wonder Woman. DC’s premier superheroine is not only celebrating her 75th anniversary but she also made her big screen debut and is one of the most anticipated titles in DC’s Rebirth initiative. But as all of this has been going on, DC’s digital first team have been doing their part for the character with the Legend of Wonder Woman. Now, as this series comes to an end, we see if it was a book worthy of Diana Prince?

Marvel ComicsThese days it seems that whilst there are still bad guys and super villains roaming the streets, the heroes just can’t seem to focus on anything but their own squabbles. This has become the centrepiece in movies like Batman V Superman and Captain America: Civil War, but what about some of the heroes that were left out of the limelight in these films? We look at some great examples of superhero strife on comiXology that could make the next batch of superhero movies even better.

New-DC-Logo_BlueIn mid January, comics writer and columnist Joe Glass posted a question on his Twitter feed which went along the lines of ‘what DC comic would I be most suited to write if asked?’ This was a question I responded to, starting a discussion which ended at True Believers between us about what he would have done with the book I suggested. Well, since then I’ve become intrigued by his ideas and it has gotten me thinking; what other indie creators would I put on DC’s titles?

It’s been another strong year for digital comics in 2015 as we have seen new publishers and platforms debut, as well as continued strong offerings from the Big Two, as well as an amazing selection of self-published stories released online and via platforms like ComiXology Submit. So sit back and enjoy our list of the 10 most exciting and innovative digital comics from the past 12 months.

The Twilight Children_Cv1DC Comics fans who purchase The Sandman: Overture #6 digitally, are in for a treat when the final issue of Neil Gaiman’s epic prequel is released on September 30th. As well as the final adventure of Dream and co. it will also include an exclusive black and white preview of The Twilight Children the highly anticipated new Vertigo Comics series by the legendary Gilbert Hernandez (Love And Rockets) and Darwyn Cooke (DC: The New Frontier).

Batman 66 #67If there’s a bit too much darkness in the world of the Dark Knight for you these days then you need to go old school with the campy antics of Batman ’66. But it’s not all krazy Kapow’s and zany Zzzaps as a villain from the present day makes his ’60s debut and gives the caped crusader another back-breaking beatdown.

Black Canary #1

DC’s all-new Black Canary #1 flicks between mysterious back stories, shadowy ne’er do wells and constant reminders that our heroine D.D. is more comfortable in combat than she is as lead singer of Gotham 4-piece Black Canary. So can she pull out all the stops and put on an exciting enough show to keep a whole series running?