DC Nation Clips Round-Up

The hour draws near when DC let loose their bravest and boldest, tiniest and titan-est for Saturday Morning Cartoon Time. Starting on March 3rd, Cartoon Network will be cordoning off two hours a week for nothing but DC.

Clips are starting to appear online in good number. Here are some that I’ve yet to post.

Here, world renowned comic book expert Chris Hardwick presents a clip from Plastic Man, once again featuring Tom Kenny as the man of a thousand faces/loaves of bread/jumpjets/lollipops.

Now, some children, burping.

And here’s Green Lantern promo. It’s very stylised – in a “low polygon count, simple textures” sense of the word.

And this new promo for the strand features a little bit of almost everything.

Shame that was just a handicam job. Who else would have thought that DC Entertainment and Cartoon Netwrok would see the value in having that online, officially?

So, I’m still waiting to see Super Best Friends Forever in motion. Seems like they know that this is their big gun…

DC Comics To Keep Twice-Monthly Series Going Throughout 2017, Announced At MCM London Comic Con

World War Tank Girl to Launch Next Year, Announced At MCM London Comic Con

Aw Yeah Revolution From Franco And Baltazar In February From IDW

Sherlock Holmes 3 Gets A Writer’s Room As Plans For Threequel Push Forward

Our First Look At Garth Ennis And Mauricet’s Dastardly & Muttley, From MCM London Comic Con

Titan Comics Has A Major Penny Dreadful Announcement For Monday, After MCM London Comic Con

Marvel To Launch Elektra, Bullseye And Kingpin In February For A Daredevil Universe, With Iron Fist To Come, Announced At MCM London Comic Con

Titan To Publish Comics Based On Kim Newman’s Anno Dracula Series

Captain America Doesn’t Have To Star Chris Evans Says Kevin Feige

Star Trek: The Next Generation Vs Aliens From IDW And Dark Horse For April 2017, Announced At MCM London Comic Con