Image via WikipediaOn the web site I have RSS feeds for blogs from a variety of comic sources, including publishers Marvel and Dark Horse. Unfortunately, I couldn't find an RSS feed for DC Comics. I guess if you want to keep up with DC you'll just have to visit their website every 7 days or so.
But, I did find this helpful page that explains what are comics, and how you might go about purchasing said product. In response to the question "What are comics?" they write:
A. Variously referred to as comics, comic strips and comic books, the comics format as we know it today is a unique art form and literary medium that originated in the U.S. in the late 1800s. Its popularity exploded in the U.S. in 1938 with the hugely popular introduction of SUPERMAN. Ironically, it has become relatively more popular in many other countries around the world, where adults and children read it avidly. At its simplest, a comic is a series of words and pictures that is presented in a sequential manner to form a narrative.
Although many people regard comics as purely humorous or think theyâre meant only for younger readers, this is far from the truth. Today's comics span a wide range of styles and genres÷you only need to browse through our Comics and Graphic Novels to see the incredible variety that just this one company has to offer.