DC Entertainment’s Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns reveals the strategy behind the company’s sudden TV omnipresence, why secrecy isn’t always the best policy when it comes to superheroes, and why they’re doing things differently than Marvel.
Because who wouldn’t want to listen to Star-Lorde?
Warner Bros. also announced its full slate of Justice League films through 2020, including a stand-alone Cyborg movie, starring black stage actor Ray Fisher.
This post will save your Halloween.
There are many superheroes/villains out there, but can you guess these less popular ones?
At least we still have the flashbacks. WARNING: MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD!
In Season 3, Oliver Queen’s alter ego, Arrow, will face Ra’s al Ghul as the Big Bad. But for fans and The CW, he’s already won.
Aside from wishing that everyone would just call you “The Dark Knight.”
NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA…BATMAN!
Try finding the latest issue of ANYTHING at your local store. If there is such a thing :(
Gotham City has prestigious new prep school, and when Bruce Wayne is your benefactor, you know it’s not going to be a normal school year. Written by Becky Cloonan and Brenden Fletcher with art by Karl Kerschl, Gotham Academy begins October 1st.
Just A Few Modern Classics.
Superhero + princess = awesome. This isn’t rocket science, people!
It’s hard out there for a geek.
The truth is out there and the truth is a pop song.
Accio New Characters! The Wizarding World of Fangirling is finally open.
Benedict Cumberbatch! Frozen’s Elsa! And (hopefully) first looks at Game of Thrones’ Sand Snakes and the Justice League of America. Here’s our wish list for 2014’s San Diego Comic-Con, running from July 23–27.
Time to find out whether you’re a Superman, a Wonder Woman, or more of an Aquaperson.
DC comic books are getting as special run of monster themed variant covers, featuring your favorite heroes as undead zombies, mummies, vampires, and every other B movie horror you can think of. DC’s Monster variants hit shelves this October.
Presented without comment. Inspired by this Comic Vine thread.
From mega-blockbusters (The Avengers!) to junky schlockbusters (The Toxic Avenger!), take this quiz to see how well-versed you are in superhero cinema.
Because you’re definitely not a human.
The Dark Knight is turning 75, and DC is celebrating by featuring the hero on variant covers for every one of their titles. The Batman 75th Anniversary variant covers hit shelves this July.
As Olympus prepares for war, Hell releases an army of spirits into the mortal world, and Wonder Woman finds an unlikely ally. Wonder Woman #31 hits shelves May 21st.
With four new series picked up for fall 2014, and Arrow capping off a stellar sophomore season, DC Comics properties have never been in higher demand.
Artist Ant Lucia’s popular pinup-inspired “DC Bombshells” will get their own run of comic book covers. The women of DC will be featured as variant covers for a number of DC’s most popular titles this June.
Artist Mike Allred, known for his ’60s inspired pop art style, is taking over DC in celebration of his book Batman ‘66, and will be drawing pop art variant covers for 19 of DC’s most popular titles. The ’60s variant covers hit shelves this May.
As soon as you finish this quiz, you’re going straight to Arkham Asylum.
You’re definitely the Dark Knight, but are you a Christian Bale or more of an Adam West?
You’ll be grinning from ear to ear, whether you like it or not. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA