San Diego Comic-Con 2019 has an exciting lineup of TV and movie panels. Check out our guide to the biggest panels, and what you can expect to see.
Exclusive posters for Titans, Doom Patrol, Swamp Thing, and Young Justice will be available at DC Universe's San Diego Comic-Con 2019 booth.
The JLA/Doom Patrol crossover introduced Milkman Man, a truly bizarre alternate version of Superman. Here's the backstory behind the villain.
Subscription service DC Universe will bring its slate of original TV shows, including Titans and Doom Patrol, to San Diego Comic-Con 2019.
The DC Universe streaming service has been mired in expensive original series and mixed critical reception. What's at stake for the platform's future?
The Doom Patrol returns in Weight of The Worlds, leading a new lineup for DC's Young Animal imprint. Read our preview of Issue #1 now!
Swamp Thing has officially come to DC Universe! How long until he crosses over with Titans or Doom Patrol... or is that even possible?
The finale of Doom Patrol season 1 was weird, even by the standards of the World's Strangest Heroes, setting up ample avenues for season 2's story.
Mr. Nobody is a lesser-known villain from the DC comics that's been expanded on Doom Patrol, but the show still has yet to address a lot about him.
"Penultimate Patrol," the latest episode of Doom Patrol, revealed a new power for Flex Mentallo and a different climax than what fans expected.
Despite utilizing similar special effects, a death in the latest Doom Patrol episode did not rip-off Thanos' snap in Avengers:: Infinity War.
The questions continue to mount as Doom Patrol winds down its first season on DC Universe. Here is everything fans are wondering after "Flex Patrol".
Sick of Doom Patrol's meandering plot? You're not alone. The show's villain, Mr. Nobody, hates it too, and voiced his annoyance in the latest episode.
"Cyborg Patrol," the latest episode of Doom Patrol, just revamped Cyborg's origins in a way that's far darker than anything ever seen on Titans.
The last few episodes of Doom Patrol have started paving a path for the arrival of Flex Mentallo, but who is this so-called Hero Of The Beach?
The Beard Hunter was one of Doom Patrol's weirdest villains in the comics, but the TV version is even weirder thanks to a disgusting superpower
The Shazam! movie proves that DC Comics needs to trust its properties when adapting them, rather than making everything grim and gritty, like Titans.