Mister Miracle spirals out of control in his dazzling new comic

The team behind The Sheriff Of Babylon work their winning charm on Mister Miracle There’s a real temptation to just tell people to read Mitch Gerads and Tom King’s Mister Miracle #1 (DC) and leave it at that. This team is a solid one with a lot of skill, and after their work on The Sheriff Of Babylon… Read More Mister Miracle spirals out of control in his dazzling new comic

FLASHPOINT EXPLAINED: WHAT IS THE DC COMICS FLASH STORY?

*Post may contain spoilers* Warner Bros. has big plans in mind for Ezra Miller’s The Flash. Not only will the Scarlet Speedster play a prominent role in the Justice League movie this November, but he’ll also be the star of another upcoming DC Extended Universe film, The Flash: Flashpoint. This new movie will adapt the… Read More FLASHPOINT EXPLAINED: WHAT IS THE DC COMICS FLASH STORY?

Why Geoff Johns Left Marvel For DC Comics

When Geoff Johns was announced as the new head of DC Films, fans rejoiced that the DCEU had found a perfect leader – but if things had gone differently, he may have wound up masterminding Marvel‘s TV and movie entertainment instead. That’s assuming that Johns would have gotten a similar climb up from writer to producer and Chief… Read More Why Geoff Johns Left Marvel For DC Comics

Ultra-rare Wonder Woman comics slated for auction on eBay

Three of the oldest and most historically important Wonder Woman comic books will soon be auctioned off on eBay. The comics are being sold by Darren Adams, collector and owner of Washington-based store Pristine Comics. A portion of the proceeds will go to Trafficking Hope, an organization that works to combat human trafficking. All Star… Read More Ultra-rare Wonder Woman comics slated for auction on eBay

DC COMICS INTRODUCES THE CHILDREN OF THE JUSTICE LEAGUE

The Superman/Wonder Woman romance lives again. This issue kicked off a new storyline called “Legacy,” one that builds on a number of loose ends from writer Bryan Hitch’s previous Justice League and Justice League of America work. Much of this issue takes place in a dystopian future ruled by an Olympian monarch called “The Sovereign.”… Read More DC COMICS INTRODUCES THE CHILDREN OF THE JUSTICE LEAGUE

15 Times Superhero Movies Were Too Faithful To The Comics

Whenever a new comic book movie is announced, the first things fans want to know is “will it follow the comics, or are the filmmakers just going to be making a bunch of terrible changes.” While that might seem like an overreaction these days, there was a time when Hollywood didn’t respect comic books. Often,… Read More 15 Times Superhero Movies Were Too Faithful To The Comics

Geoff Johns Wasn’t Totally Sold On DC Rebirth At First

DC Comics pleased many fans and skeptics with their DC Rebirth Special. Many of the comic universe’s most popular characters were sort of brought back to basics – while setting up new storylines for a slate-wide Rebirth launch. But as it turns out, the special’s writer, DC Comics Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns, wasn’t initially… Read More Geoff Johns Wasn’t Totally Sold On DC Rebirth At First

Marvel Characters Are More Relatable Than DC Characters According To Marvel Animation VP

There will always be a debate of which one is better, Marvel or DC. Both have risen to prosperous heights, but many believe the difference lies in the approach to their iconic characters. You can include Marvel animation senior vice president Cort Lane in that category. Lane’s current project is Marvel’s Spider-Man animated series, and Spidey is… Read More Marvel Characters Are More Relatable Than DC Characters According To Marvel Animation VP

DC’s Doomsday Clock reflects modern society, not just comics history

“Are our best days behind us or ahead of us? What is the truth? Do people give up? Is it OK to give up?” The best comics make you think of things outside comics, Geoff Johns told a small group of reporters at DC Comics’ Doomsday Clock event during San Diego Comic-Con. And Doomsday Clock… Read More DC’s Doomsday Clock reflects modern society, not just comics history