It's coming on holiday time, so before Black Friday hits and the madness truly begins, we thought we'd give you some helpful tips on what funny picture books to buy your geek this year. Or if you happen to BE that geek and you're looking to turn more of your friends and family to the dark side, there are gift ideas here to do that, too.
It's happened. Flashpoint is over and the new DC 52 has begun. If you're anything like us, you got a hold of Justice League #1 the first moment you could. Was it worth the wait?
As we reported earlier, DC is in the midst of prepping a massive renumbering of 52 titles beginning at the end of August. With more news about what's to come being released every day, we thought now would be a good time to take stock of what we've heard and share what it is we like ... and what is is we don't.
Like clockwork, every summer sees the release of the latest batch of superhero movies to (almost) guaranteed success. But just because people come out in throngs to see Green Lantern on the big screen doesn't mean they'll buy his comics. Looks like DC is willing to gamble everything to change that.
The rollercoaster ride that is the development of a Justice League movie just took another turn: Zack Snyder says his upcoming Superman reboot has nothing to do with it.
A recent interview with Warner Bros.' chief movie executive intimated that, after Green Lantern, Batman and Superman run the cinematic gauntlet, the studio will finally team their DC Comics heavyweights for one big, honking flick.
What do Jack Black, Jane Lynch and Carrie-Anne Moss have in common? They all starred in TV pilots that got snuffed out before...
Marvel's movies have been telling one, long interlocking story, what with Iron Man and Captain America feeding into The Avengers, while DC's movies ... haven't. You might think this has been an entirely economic decision. Not so, said DC's Chief Creative Officer today.
Everyone's been talking about the big-screen Avengers movie Marvel managed to pull together. But what about that other epic supergroup movie, the one that couldn't get off the ground? An actor who was going to appear in DC's Justice League tells us about the $300 million blockbuster that might have been.