DC Comics, Safe In Kevin Tsujihara’s Hands?

Well someone just got themselves added to the Bleeding Cool Power List.

After a long and tortuous battle of the senior execs, Kevin Tsujihara has been named the new Warner Bros CEO.

Given the strength of the TV unit, many expected it would be Rosenblum.  Robinov wasn’t expected, he didn’t so much fit in with  future of the company as “trans-media.”  But will they create a special gig for Robinov in the next few weeks or he leaves around Oscar time.

Kevin used to be ex-DC Publisher and President Paul Levitz’ go-to guy at Warners before the reorganisation as DC Entertainment.  He respects the company and its assets and trusts the gatekeepers, though whether he considers rival Warners exec DC President Diane Nelson as one of them, is yet to be measured…

But basically, DC is safe in his hands. For now.


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