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Win A Signed Batman: Court Of Owls Book And Mask Set

In the latest DC All-Access we get a first look at the upcoming Batman vs Robin animated movie, a tease of some upcoming comics and a look at the schedule of Digital First comics with Hank Kanalz. But the most important thing is at the end when they tell us how to win a signed Court […]

Hank Kanalz To Run DC’s June 2015 Event?

I don’t know what it’s called. I don’t know what it’s about. I don’t know what books it involves, who is writing or drawing the titles or whether it involves John Constantine or not. All I know is that in June 2015, DC Comics will launch an event or other. And that  Hank Kanalz. Senior Vice […]

The Weekend’s Gossip About DC Decision Day

This is Philip Bond‘s Christmas card, sent from the Bond family,  including Executive Editor of Vertigo Comics, Shelly Bond. And this is Philip’s only comment on whether he expects to be moving from New Jersey to California in 2015… you could take it either way. This weekend, many comic book professionals were gossiping about what […]

The Glad Handing Of Jim Lee And Hank Kanalz

So the big move west for DC Comics, from Broadway to Burbank, is set for sixteen months away. But who is going? Well, I’m told that Eddie Berganza is already packing his suitcase. But amongst a number of otrher senior staff… less than DC may have hoped. I’ve heard there have been plenty of conversations […]

Bob Harras Gets Promoted To Senior VP, Hank Kanalz Gets Vertigo

Yesterday, Bleeding Cool told you that Shelly Bond as the newly appointed Executive Editor at Vertigo would now be reporting into Hank Kanalz, a line of management that previously held by Editor-In-Chief, Bob Harras. What we didn’t realise is what this would mean for Bob. DC issued the following press release. “DC Entertainment announced today […]

New Exec Editor Of Vertigo To Report To Youngblood #1 Dialoguer

Karen Berger, as Executive Editor of Vertigo Comics and Senior VP of DC Comics used to report in directly to Publisher and President Paul Levitz. After the reorganisation that saw Levitz step down, she instead reported to the DC Editor In Chief, Bob Harras, an effective demotion, and one of a thousand cuts that Vertigo […]