More upheaval over at DC Entertainment as Geoff Johns is stepping down as president and CCO, THR reports. Co-publisher Jim Lee will take the role of CCO while continuing as co-publisher. Johns, who has been instrumental in developing DC’s hugely successful TV slate and not as successful movie slate, will move to his own production […]
Alex tackles the finale of DARK NIGHTS: METAL and the turning gears of DOOMSDAY CLOCK #4.
Rorschach encounters a different kind of comedian
Diane Nelson, whose leadership as president of DC Entertainment and president of Warner Bros. Consumer Products has seen many changes at the company, is taking a leave of absence, THR reports, The leave starts April 2nd and has no end date. The moves was announced in a company email from WB head Kevin Tsujihara. DC Entertainment […]
The upcoming series Titans, which will be the big debut live-action series on the yet to be named DC streaming service, is one I haven’t paid a whole lot of attention to. Probably because it’s headed to another streaming service, and lord knows I have enough of those on my monthly bills…but I have to […]
WB has found yet another savior for its crucial DC Films shingle: Walter Hamada, the producer of the Conjuring films and, most crucially, IT, the box offie smash remake. Borys Kit writes: The ascension takes place after the December departure of Jon Berg, Warner Bros.’s co-president of production who was the studio’s point man for […]
In June 2016, DC Comics kicked off the start of its Rebirth initiative. After a wave of criticism surrounding the way they have treated their characters’ rich histories since 2011’s New 52 relaunch, DC has decided to rebrand. They hope that by restoring their characters’ pasts, they will restore readers’ faith in them as well. […]
For reasons both good and bad, the release of DOOMSDAY CLOCK #1 is going to turn heads. And we’re here to tell you why.
The end is here.
Friday night at New York Comic Con, DC Comics hosted a special Doomsday Clock panel on the AT&T Main Stage. The event, hosted by The Magicians author Lev Grossman, features Geoff Johns detailing the secrets and ideas behind his 12 issue maxi-series, described by DC co-publisher Jim Lee yesterday as a “sequel to Watchmen,” the seminal 1980s series by […]