Back during San Diego Comic Con, Robert Venditti indicated that Hawkman‘s current run would reveal his ancient origins, including a Kryptonian version of Katar Hol. Today, during the New York Comic Con “DC Nation” panel, Venditti confirmed that we will be meeting the Kryptonian version of Katar Hol in Hawkman #8 which will be out this January. For […]
The Joker pays a man named Roger Martello an extended visit while waiting for a very special invitation. The Daily Planet tries to cope with the leaving of Lois Lane and the arrival of a promising new hire. The Justice League tries to stop a threat on Colu before it reaches Earth with four unique […]
DC Comics may have announced 1 million sales for the first issue of DC Nation #0, but at the Diamond retailer summit at Chicago happening right now they also gave a little sneak peek at issues one and two coming later this year — and also how many copies retailers should expect to receive. And […]
DC Nation #0 sees the start of new stories that will continue across the DC Universe. Originally planned for Free Comic Book Day, deadline crunch saw it pulled from that event and scheduled as a 25 cent comic the Wednesday before. Ironically, that means it costs each retailer less to order it, because it is […]
I used to love Saturday Morning cartoons… so it’s not Saturday… but it’s still kind of morning and DC has released two of their latest DC Nation Green Arrow bits. This is definitely a different Green Arrow then we see anywhere else. Interesting that they release one with Cupid not long after announcing the character […]
If you like your animated superheroes with a touch of the old matinee serials and a heap of silliness… then you’ll like these two shorts from DC Nation starring the Doom Patrol. [youtube]http://youtu.be/IQ3bJokxgkQ[/youtube] [youtube]http://youtu.be/9Wl1csVeuoA[/youtube]
DC All Access talks with Jeff Mednikow, director of the new short Green Arrow: Brick, about the new designs and theme for the animated Green Arrow that is joining the DC Nation.
I can't get sufficient internet bandwidth where I am to watch the new Superman 75th anniversary short, but I understand it's quite the crowd pleaser.
Mitch Watson explains the Batman shows that never were.
They don't call him the Changing Man for nothing.
The best of DC Nation allows experimentation with both style and content. See a little of both in these short Wonder Woman toons.
One of the producers on Beware the Batman is Mitch Watson, top dog on the superb Scooby Doo! Mystery Incorporated. That fact, and the Avengers-style opening sequence, had me feeling pretty keen...
Including stop motion by Aardman, some Japanese-style pseudo-anime, The Farm League and plenty more.
What's black and white and red all over?
Perfectly timed to generate some buzz ahead of the geek-chatter petri dish that is San Diego Comic-Con.
Let's be absolutely clear, the exclamation mark in the headline is part of the show's title and nothing to do with me.
Bleeding Cool Magazine article by Rick Verbanas If you are old enough to remember like me, cartoons were reserved for Saturday mornings. I recall waking up as a child and racing to the television so I could catch all my favorites. But now, I am watching cartoons with my children. I no longer have to […]
Young Justice, Green Lantern and the whole DC Nation shebang return this Saturday for the first time since they just vanished without warning back in October.
The whats whys and who knows of the DC Nation mystery.
And a Green Lantern producer responds.