Another day, another battle for cult favorite titles launched in the DC You initiative. How do they do this time?
Yesterday, EW announced the release of the DC COMICS COLLECTION, a series of six graphic novels and the six animated movies these comics inspired. Sold in six separate packages, the series debuts with perennial stories such as The Death of Superman and Batman: Year One; as well as offbeat cult classics like JLA Earth 2 and Batman: Black and White. The first volume of George […]
Per the big cover story in the latest issue of Empire Magazine, we now know just when Wonder Woman and Justice League, the two 2017 entries that will follow Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad will begin filming. According to the magazine, Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins is currently in London prepping […]
Traditionally, films starring Wonder Woman, Batman and Superman start off with an imbued sense of goodwill towards the team’s protagonists. But Alan Burnett, the writer and producer of Justice League: Gods & Monsters, has just one concern about the heroes of this film.
“They are not likable in the beginning,” he said. “I don’t know how the audience is going to respond to that.”
During SDCC today, DC vetern Geoff Johns announced Justice League: Gods and Men, a series of six one-shot titles that will expand upon the story lines currently taking place in Johns’ Justice League: Darkseid War. The stories will start rolling out in October, with each focusing on a different character’s response to the “universal Armageddon.” Batman – […]
George Miller‘s Mad Max: Fury Road has been a nice moderate hit, accumulating 95 million over the past 11 days, with word of mouth continuing to be strong and rightfully so. One of the big social discussion points I’ve seen floating around since its release are articles with titles like: “We could have had a […]
As a reminder that not everything in comics is doom and gloom—and that we as a country can still laugh, smile and drool, DC has released a list of its March Movie Variant covers, and they include this Justice League cover by Emanuela Lupacchino inspired by Magic Mike, the greatest film of the 21st century.
On that note, it is definitely time to call it a weekend. And the complete list, courtesy of Newsarama — more smiles to come we hope.