Young Justice fans who couldn’t wait for season four were more than just “whelmed” at DC FanDome: Explore the Multiverse on Saturday, September 12, by not only the show’s panel with the cast and producers, but also a special table read of a brand-new Young Justice episode performed by the series voice cast—and the reveal of the title to the new season.Click here to read the full article.
Oh yeah! You ever get that feeling that you just step out of a hot tub time machine and while you hate that your clothes are soaked, you absolutely love that chill down your spine because you just caught a glimpse of the future? No? Well read more solicitations like the ones below!Click here to read the full article.
This December, the Justice League learns first hand the meaning of “Revenge is a dish best served cold,” in Justice League: Endless Winter, a nine-issue event taking place throughout the month of December.
1000 years ago, a disparate group of heroes – Hippolyta, Black Adam, Swamp Thing and the Viking Prince – banded together to prevent the world from freezing at the hands of the Frost King, an exiled Norse god with the ability to control entire ecosystems. The heroes triumphed, but victory came at a terrible price, one that has been kept secret until now.
Justice League: Endless Winter spans a total of nine titles, all co-written by Ron Marz and Andy Lanning. “Getting to play with such a great cast of cool superheroes is like catnip for me,” said Lanning. “From the Justice League to Teen Titans, Aquaman to Black Adam and, probably my personal favorite, Justice League Dark, there are so many moments to showcase that there’s something for everyone.”Click here to read the full article.
Looks like the Dark Multiverse continues to have a lasting effect on the DCU, blemishing many of DC’s defining moments from across history. This December, the infection continues to fester, as the publisher announced three new titles to get the “Dark Multiverse” treatment this December.Click here to read the full article.
The New York Times has interesting article on the supposed change of how things are being done in Hollywood. Apparently the new ways are here to stay and the old guard can go kick rocks. That’s the gist. More importantly, it touches on all the drama surrounding AT&T and by proxy, HBO Max. Even more important? The executive behind bringing hit shows like Euphoria, Veep, Big Little Lies and Chernobyl is now tasked with making sure HBO Max continues that recent hot streak. And that’s where Green Lantern comes in…and Gossip Girl too.Click here to read the full article.
Nothing is better than reading comics. Except maybe reading amazing comics. Then maybe reading amazing comics and gifting them to a friend. But before all that can happen, those comics need to be solicited to retailers so we giddy fans can get excited for whats to come. November draws near which means solicitations are here! Hit the jump for your glimpse into the future!Click here to read the full article.
Way back in January of 2018 DC Comics held an event in Washington D.C. that was aptly titled “DC in D.C.” Out of that weekend of events came news that screenwriter John Ridley (12 Years a Slave, American Crime) would be writing a mini series about the personal lives of some of the disenfranchised characters of the DCU. Way back then, our very own corpsman, John Stewart was named checked in the series’ synopsis. Well, now its 2020 and the series will finally debut in the Fall…but now it looks like a certain Green Lantern didn’t make the cut. F#%&! Guess DC’s Black label will be without this black hero.Click here to read the full article.
DC proudly announces the launch of its newest Digital First series, Injustice: Year Zero! Publishing twice monthly and spanning 14 chapters, the first three chapters are available to read immediately as a bundle for $2.49 when purchased at readDC and comixology.com, or individually for $0.99 on all participating digital platforms!Click here to read the full article.
Its not often (literally never before) that we pilfer content straight from the gram, but damn it this deserves it. Artist Francis Manapul is doing the variant cover for October’s issue of Young Justice lucky for us, he provided a glimpse into his process, including sketches of potential cover ideas. Check out the post below.Click here to read the full article.
Today, activity-based video-calling app Caribu announced a partnership with DC, one of the largest publishers of comics and graphic novels in the world and home to Batman, Wonder Woman, Superman and more of the world’s most iconic Super Heroes and Super-Villains. With the addition of 77 kid-friendly DC titles now available on the platform, Caribu is expanding the app’s content to a broader audience and aging up for children ages 8-12. Through interactive reading and video-calling, Caribu is helping kids to stay connected, educated and engaged from a distance with free content for new users all summer.Click here to read the full article.