New logo, new website, DC Comics is officially – new. Following closely behind the reveal of their new logo, DC Comics has given their website a complete overhaul. Giving it a more Web 2.0 vibe, and highlighting social media in its design.
Jason James, vice president of interactive marketing for DC Entertainment, said this of the new design, “The new sites are a true representation of DC Entertainment, and the depth and scope of our characters and brands across all media”, he continues, “Our goal is to be the one-stop destination for all fans looking for the latest news on comics, TV, games and movies, and a place where fans can engage with us and each other about all things DC Entertainment. Fans should visit DCComics.com daily – we have a lot of surprises in store for them over the next week and beyond.”
Along with new visual updates, the site touts more in-depth character experiences. So if you want to see where Batman and Krypto (Superman’s dog) have gotten together in the past, you can find those issues easier.
DC Comic’s announcement also mentioned that the site will now feature more exclusive content, and sparing no expense, their first example was this Lee Bermejo ‘Before Watchmen’ image which is a site exclusive.