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Geoff Johns leads the talk around DC Comics brand new bi-weekly event series "Brightest Day" and tie-in series starring resurrected heroes and villains with word breaking on fan favorite characters and even some "Green Lantern" movie news.
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"
Timothy Callahan reviewed Geoff Johns and Francis Manapul's "The Flash" #1, giving the issue 3.5 stars, calling the first new Barry Allen ongoing in decades "a faced-paced, dynamic relaunch...it's off to a nice start."
Incoming artist on "The Flash," Francis Manapul spoke with CBR News about what it takes to make the Fastest Man Alive move into the future visually, while Geoff Johns teased his mysterious epic "Flashpoint."
With the release of "Brightest Day" #0 and "The Flash" #1 this week, what better time to check in with Geoff Johns for this latest installment of GEOFF JOHNS PRIME?
DC Comics has released a 5-page preview of "Brightest Day" #0, the highly anticipated follow up series to "Blackest Night." Co-written by Geoff Johns and Peter J. Tomasi, issue #1 hits stands Wednesday, May 5.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant reviews the Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis event miniseries, noting "for once I think a Big DC Event has left the superhero line in a good place."
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!
Top DC Comics writers Geoff Johns, Jimmy Palmiotti, Gail Simone, and more share details of their creative writing process during a Saturday panel at WonderCon, also revealing their remedies for writers’ block.
Wondercon's DC Nation panel took on an informal tone as newly-anointed bigwigs Dan DiDio, Jim Lee, and Geoff Johns discussed their new roles, comics' required reading list, and the return of Lee and Frank Miller's "Dark Knight: Boy Wonder."
A who's who of writers from Neil Gaiman to Geoff Johns and from David Baldacci to Nora Roberts unite to ask that Brad Meltzer kindly quit his writing career because it's been kind of played out for a while now.
Geoff Johns' epic "Blackest Night" series concludes today, but was it a satisfying read? CBR's Doug Zawisza checks in with a spoiler free review, giving it five stars and saying simply, "...this one has it all."
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!
Doug Zawisza calls "Green Lantern" #52 a "compelling read," giving the issue 3.5 stars, stating that the first full appearance of Sinestro as a White Lantern "does a great job of setting up ["Blackest Night's"] grand finale."
DC Comics has released a preview of "Green Lantern" #52 by Geoff Johns and Doug Mahnke, featuring Sinestro as the one, true White Lantern! The issue will be hitting stores this Wednesday, March 24.
This weekend's Emerald City ComiCon, a panel of Superman all-stars including Geoff Johns, James Robinson, and Greg Rucka sent the hero off to war, and a key writer let slip about what lies ahead for the League.
Saturday at Emerald City ComiCon, DC's Ian Sattler, Geoff Johns, and more answered fans questions about “Brightest Day,” plastic rings, legacy heroes, and kitchen appliances at the northwest’s largest con.
Hot on the heels of a ratings-topping performance for Geoff Johns "Absolute Justice," The CW's drama focusing on a young Superman will return in the fall of 2010 to round out a decade of superhero action.
DC Comics' official blog, The Source, has unveiled an advance look at Geoff Johns and Francis Manapul's highly anticipated new series, "The Flash," releasing the first five pages of of the title's first issue set to debut April 14.
Dan Didio, Jim Lee and Geoff Johns – three of the biggest names in comics and now the executive staff in charge of DC – and EVP of Marketing John Rood talk first with CBR in a full interview about leading DC in comics and other media with no fear in 2010.
CBR rounds up the first reactions from the creators, retailers and editors who know Dan Didio, Jim Lee and Geoff Johns best, from what they feel that these new hires will mean for DC to what advice they give the trio on day one.
Newly-minted Co-Publishers Dan Didio and Jim Lee and new Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns release their first words on their new gigs as does DC Entertainment head Diane Nelson.
DC Comics has just announced that the search for a new publisher is over. Jim Lee & Dan DiDio have been named Co-Publishers, with Geoff Johns to serve as Chief Creative Officer. We have the latest details.
DC Comics drops the first story-specific teaser for the upcoming twice-monthly follow up to the blockbuster "Blackest Night" event with an early David Finch cover and word from Geoff Johns on the sea king's future.
The writer behind DC Comics biggest stars brings the company's original superteam to "Smallville" tonight and shares with CBR the purpose of the Justice Society, the radness of the Star-Rocket Racer and the grand ambitions of DC Entertainment.
A new teaser for the Justice Society-centric episode of the fan favorite drama reveals more teases of the teams legacy including a peek at Hawkgirl, the Golden Age Green Lantern and the entire JSA in portrait form.
The superstar writer joins CBR to discuss "Batman: Earth One," "Blackest Night," "Flash: Rebirth" and "Smallville" as well as sharing the title of the first arc of "Green Lantern," post-"Blackest Night."
Earlier today, DC Comics' blog, The Source, revealed Jim Lee's variant cover for "Green Lantern" #50. Now, the artist has unveiled the uncolored, inked version of the cover via his Twitter account.
The publisher unveils the covers for the penultimate issue of its blockbuster event series by Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis including a special variant by Rodolfo Migliari
Today, "Blackest Night" #6 is the only new major release available in your comic store and CBR reviewers Greg McElhatton and Doug Zawisza have both reviewed the title, giving it 3.5 and 4 stars, respectively.
Though not available for purchase until next week, some copies of the highly anticipated DC Comics series have worked their way out of retailers hands and onto the internet, as Geoff Johns responds to early spoilers.
DC Comics launches a brand new universe for its biggest icons entirely in original graphic novel form with "Superman: Earth One" by J. Michael Straczynski and Shane Davis and "Batman: Earth One" by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank
Geoff Johns, the superstar writer behind DC Comics' "Blackest Night," "The Flash: Rebirth," "Adventure Comics" and "Superman: Secret Origin," is ready for another round of Q&As with CBR readers, and he needs your questions!
Both of this week's "Blackest Night" chapters have garnered 4-star reviews from CBR's Reviews Staff, with Doug Zawisa taking on "Green Lantern" #48 and Greg McElhatton looking favorably on "Blackest Night" #5
The DCU Senior Vice President - Executive Editor invites CBR into his office for a lengthy two-part chat covering "Blackest Night," the future of marquee characters from Superman to the Flash, and exactly what's up with Aquaman.
In the second of our two-part series speaking with the artists behind the forthcoming "The Flash," Kolins talks about his return to Wally West's life, the new costume, drawing "speed," a certain evil gorilla Rogue, and more.
In the first of a two-part series speaking with the artists behind the forthcoming "The Flash," Manapul shares details about drawing Barry Allen instead of Wally West, shifting artistic gears for the new title, and more.