WB Goes Big With DC Comic Film Slate

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  To call it ambitious would be an understatement, but if former Deadline editor, Nikki Finke is correct, Warner Brothers will be diving in head first into the comic book movie pool with 7 movies between May 2016 and May 2018. May 6 2016 – Batman v Superman… July 2016 – Shazam Christmas 2016 – Sandman May 2017 – Justice League July 2017 – Wonder Woman Christmas 2017 – A Flash and Green Lantern team-up film … Continue reading

DC Comics New 52 – July 2014 Solicitations

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  Here it what you can find at your local comic shops from DC this July, including 4 new ongoing series..  Some of DC’s New 52 offerings will sport various alternative covers, including Bombshell covers from Ant Lucia, and Batman 75th Anniversary covers. Oh and July is a 5 Wednesday month, which means July 30th will be filled with Annuals. NEW SUICIDE SQUAD #1 Written by SEAN RYAN Art and cover by JEREMY ROBERTS 1:25 … Continue reading

DC New 52 – One Year Later

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So, it’s been a year since DC Comics rolled the dice and rebooted their entire universe.  Now no matter what your opinion of the move, you can not argue with the results, from a business stand point.  DC sales are up. But after a year, what does DC have to show for itself?  What has worked?  What hasn’t?  What  books rocked, what books didn’t quite measure up? What were the surprise hits?  and where did … Continue reading

The New 52 – Week 2 Rundown

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After what I would call a very strong first week, I was excited what else DC had in store for us. Week 2 of the New 52 added 13 more new #1′s, and it was nice mix of characters who had title when the previous DCU ended in Flashpoint, and character that haven’t had a title in a while and few who have never had their own book. While there were several books I enjoyed. … Continue reading

Happy New Universe! The DC Relaunch from Times Square.

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Flashpoint #5 is now out, and so is Justice League #1. To celebrate, DC took over Midtown Comics’ west side location where lucky fans were able to purchase the books at midnight and meet writer Geoff Johns, and penciller Jim Lee. Over 700 fans lined up along West 40th street, between Seventh and Eight Avenues, just south of Times Square in New York City. Some fans arrived as early as 11:15 that morning, coming from … Continue reading