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DC Animation Pits "Justice League" vs. "Young Justice," But It's All Love

DC Animation Pits "Justice League" vs. "Young Justice," But It's All Love

While the DC Animation panel at WonderCon was billed as a showdown, it was more of a love fest when the stars and producers joined forces on stage.

COMIC REEL: "Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2" Searches For "Handsome Men"; "Preacher's" Wilson Upped To Regular

COMIC REEL: "Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2" Searches For "Handsome Men"; "Preacher's" Wilson Upped To Regular

An Atlanta-based casting company posts a "GOTG" notice; Derek Wilson's original "Preacher" character will do more than recur and more.

NYCC: "Justice League" Cast Reunites for Stories, Songs & More

NYCC: "Justice League" Cast Reunites for Stories, Songs & More

The cast of Cartoon Network's classic superhero series reunited, sharing stories, reenacting scripts and remembering Dwayne McDuffie.

CBR TV: Timm on "Justice League: Gods & Monsters," Harley Quinn's Explosion & More

CBR TV: Timm on "Justice League: Gods & Monsters," Harley Quinn's Explosion & More

Legendary animator Bruce Timm spoke with CBR TV at Comic-Con Interantional about his new feature and reimagining Superman, Batman & Wonder Woman.

JM DeMatteis on Animation, Storytelling & "Traumatizing" Young Viewers

JM DeMatteis on Animation, Storytelling & "Traumatizing" Young Viewers

JM DeMatteis discusses his animation work on "Justice League Unlimited," "Teen Titans Go!" & more, including story, form and traumatizing 8-year-olds.

Fantastic Four, Star Trek Into Darkness, Y: The Last Man: January 10th Comic Reel

Fantastic Four, Star Trek Into Darkness, Y: The Last Man: January 10th Comic Reel

Mark Millar discusses "Fantastic Four!" Producer Bryan Burk expounds on "Star Trek Into Darkness!" "Y: The Last Man" finds its director! Plus, "Independence Day 2" and more!

OP/ED - Green Lantern: The Truth About Black and Green

OP/ED - Green Lantern: The Truth About Black and Green

Guest writer Marc Bernardin takes a look at the effect of casting Ryan Reynolds as Hal Jordan in "Green Lantern" following the use of John Stewart as GL in the "Justice League Unlimited" cartoon.

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