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The DC Nation panel at C2E2 found Geoff Johns, Dan DiDio, James Robinson, Jim Lee, and more discussing the changing face of the DCU, thanks to events in "Rise of Arsenal," "Brightest Day," and "The Flash"
DC Comics' brightest stars answered fans' questions about the futures of their favorite characters at WonderCon during the DCU Editorial Presentation, including word on Green Arrow, Batwoman and more.
DC's Chief Creative Officer was in the hot seat as Geoff Johns spent an hour talking up the "Green Lantern" film, teasing "Batman: Earth One" and not answering questions about "Blackest Night #8." Plus: Larfleeze!
In brightest day, in blackest night, no evil shall escape his sight. The superstar writer behind "Blackest Night" and "Flash"--not to mention DC's new Chief Creative Officer--needs your questions for the next Q&A with CBR readers!
A "Heroes" kiss to break the Internet! Hugh Jackman and Katie Couric talk "Wolverine 2." Current "Flash" writer says "all systems go!" All this, plus "Predators" casting, "Losers" set photo and more.
After twelve weeks, "Wednesday Comics" comes to an end, and so does this version of the "Splash Page." Tim and Chad rank all twelve strips this week, and talk about the good, the bad, and the future.
Each week, comic pundits Timothy Callahan and Chad Nevett discuss the style and substance of DC's "Wednesday Comics." In their penultimate discussion, "Teen Titans" makes its mark and Sgt. Rock teaches Nick Fury a thing or two.
Each week, comic pundits Timothy Callahan and Chad Nevett discuss the style and substance of DC's "Wednesday Comics." This week, Batman gets in a dogfight and the Flash continues to race ahead of the pack.
Each week, comic pundits Timothy Callahan and Chad Nevett discuss the style and substance of DC's "Wednesday Comics." This week, it's all about Karl Kerschl's amazing "Flash" strip.
Each week, comic pundits Timothy Callahan and Chad Nevett discuss the style and substance of DC's "Wednesday Comics." The conversation continues this week with a chat about the amazing issue #6.
Fresh from announcing a new “Flash” ongoing series, Geoff Johns has told CBR News exclusively that the title of the first arc is "The Dastardly Deaths of the Rogues" and all the Flashes will be major players in the book.
THR is reporting that Geoff Johns will produce and co-write a “Flash” feature film, with additional news that Grant Morrison and Marv Wolfman have been hired by Warners as consultants on their superhero properties.
Each week, comic pundits Timothy Callahan and Chad Nevett discuss the style and substance of DC's "Wednesday Comics." The conversation continues this week with an exploration of the best and the worst of issue #2.
CBR proudly presents the first installment of our new bi-monthly feature, GEOFF JOHNS PRIME, whereby the superstar DC Comics writer answers your questions about Green Lantern, Superman, The Flash, the Justice Society and more.
Rich is attending the London premiere of "Watchmen," Mark Waid steps up in defense of Grant Morrison, DC's new weekly series is (sort of) announced, there's some changes in store for The Flash's colors and more.
Midway has released two new "Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe" videos showing the new Pro/Super Moves developed for the fighter as well as Green Lantern, Flash and Raiden's Finishing Moves.
When environmentally friendly isn't so, a peek at Dave Sim's next issue of "Glamourpuss," more on "DCU Elementary," changes coming for the world of the Flash, the latest Platinum/DJ Coffman tussle and more! UPDATED with the "No Heroics" promo.
Lots to cover this week including what Mark Millar actually didn't say, what Mark Bagley's project after "Trinity" may be, one prominent creator talks about the changes to Bart Allen, could a Loeb/Silvestri project be in the works and much more.
CBR News sat down with Ethan Van Sciver at Comic-Con International to talk "Rebirth," DC/Marvel amlgamations and to find out which character he'd be happy not to sketch for a while...
Announced today at CCI, writer Geoff Johns and artist Ethan Van Sciver are teaming up for "The Flash: Rebirth." Their goal is simple: Do for Flash what they did for GL - make him a pillar of the DCU