Bruce Timm, who is seen to have revolutionized Batman on the small screen with Batman: The Animated Series, which aired from 1992 to 1995, is returning to the Caped Crusader with… uh… Batman: Caped Crusader. Timm will be executive producing the new series alongside big names J.J. Abrams and The Batman director Matt Reeves. Caped … Continue reading Timm To Produce A New Animated ‘Batman’ Series (Also There’s A Non-Timm Superman In Development)
It looks like The Batman is not the only DC character to get a new film. The Man of Steel is also being reported to be getting a theatrical reboot. Though no details about the story or when the next Superman film will be released, the film is being described as being a "reboot" and … Continue reading ‘Superman’ Reboot Film In The Works; Coates To Write With Abrams Producing
Let's be honest, none of us even realized there was another Bendis event going on with Leviathan, nor do we care.
Yesterday, you thought the evil had been expunged from the Superman comics. You thought the evil was over... It's never-- OVER!
At DC, Bendis has also written Legion of Super-Heroes, Batman 100 Page Giant, and Cover.
Last October it was reported that a Superman & Lois series was being developed at CW. Now it's official! Superman & Lois has been ordered to series for the 2020-21 season, bringing back the Arrowverse versions of the characters, Tyler Hoechlin as Superman and Elizabeth Tulloch as Lois Lane. Hoechlin first appeared as Superman in … Continue reading CW ‘Superman & Lois’ Series Confirmed
Tyler Hoechlin and Elizabeth Tulloch will reprise their roles.
With copies featuring the wrong cover hitting eBay, DC is trying to sweeten the deal for retailers to destroy the issues by offering freight credits to those who can prove it.
Because one event focusing on bad guys isn't enough for DC. They have to another to tie into it-- and this time they've gone EXTREME DARKNESS.
Artist David Marquez has had a high-profile career at Marvel Comics, having worked on titles including Ultimate Comics Spider-Man, All-New X-Men, and Civil War II, all with writer Brian Michael Bendis. And now that Bendis is DC Comics-exclusive, so is Marquez. Marquez's first work for DC will be a relaunched Batman/Superman, with writer Joshua Williamson. … Continue reading After Years At Marvel, David Marquez To Go Exclusive At DC