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Hey look at this! A comic book character at one of the big 2 companies is dead! In Justice League #44 a major player in the storyline "The Darkseid War" died. Could you guess who it is? Click to make bets on when the character will come back from the dead. - LEVITIKUZ
Geoff Johns (Green Lantern) and Jason Fabok (Batman Eternal) continue their spectacular storyline next week, and as Darkseid and the Anti-Monitor remain locked in brutal combat, Batman and Green Lantern head to Earth-3 for answers. Check out a preview after the jump! - staypuffed
Following the reveal that Warner Bros. is working on a Booster Gold/Blue Beetle film with Greg Bertlanti, A new report is claiming that screenwriter Zak Penn may be penning the project. Click the jump for details! - Gutspinner
Even though, four years have passed since the 2nd season of the Justice League animated series hit Blu-ray, it looks like WB hasn't forgotten about the final two seasons as a new ad has seemingly confirmed that Justice League Unlimited is indeed receiving the hi-def treatment. - KingPatel
DC Entertainment chief Diane Nelson says the films and TV shows spinning out at Warner Bros., The CW and CBS will remain separate properties. Would you ever want Arrow, The Flash or Legends of Tomorrow to reference Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice? - MarkJulian
What comic book television series should we be anticipating? Which should we be dreading? Allow me to answer that and more... - Darkknight2149
Back in 2010, Double Helix had a Justice League fighting game in development that would have tied in with George Miller's Justice league: Mortal movie. Of course, both were cancelled - but you can see some pretty cool concept designs after the jump... - RorMachine
Batman V Superman director Zack Snyder used terms like "flavor of the week" to describe what Marvel Studios is doing with characters like Ant-Man. Is he right? Are the Marvel films hastening the comic book movie genre towards its own demise? - MarkJulian
This is a new Justice League fancast. It is based on Grant Morrison's acclaimed JLA comic book run that began in the mid 1990s. This is the first part casting the founding members using actors that were popular during the 90s. I will post the second part casting reserve members. - ninjamaster88
Here is the second part of my JLA fancast. This time around I cast the reserve League members using popular actors from the 90s. - ninjamaster88
Before addressing how he's overseeing the DCEU, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice director Zack Snyder talks about the craziest rumors he's heard about the movie and he also addresses Steven Spielberg's recent remarks about superhero films. Check it out! - DCMarvelFreshman
Earlier today a picture appearing to show a poster of a new JLA cartoon surfaced. Now, the people over at Nerdist believe they've found some stuff out about it. Check it out. - JredTheRed
A photo purportedly taken at Warner Bros.' Burbank offices shows an animated "JLA" teaser image alongside posters for several other upcoming Cartoon Network projects. Confirmation that a new series is coming? Click on to have a look and see what you make of it... - RorMachine
In this series of editorials, I am going to put forward my ideas for what DC should do with their video game franchises! Click the jump to check it out! - Gutspinner
Writer/artist Bryan Hitch continues his take on the biggest heroes in the DCYouniverse, with Hal Jordan and Barry Allen finding themselves against a massive army of enemies! Check out a preview of this week's Justice League of America #3 after the jump! - staypuffed
Nathan Fillion was a longtime fan favorite to play Green Lantern but he may have to settle for voicing the character in the DC Animated Universe (DCAU) as he's probably aged out of the role. How about Booster Gold? No? Then Fillion has one more possibility. - MarkJulian
Director Ryan Unicomb has been working on his Justice League: Mortal documentary since the beginning on the year, but if the movie ever hopes to see the light of day there's one pretty significant hurdle that still has to be overcome: Warner Bros.! Click on for more... - RorMachine
'The Joker' is the mortal enemy of the Dark Knight himself and is the greatest villain in all of comic books. Since 2015 marks the 75th anniversary of the character's creation, I decided to pay tribute to Gotham's most dangerous baddie. - Darkknight2149
The Darkseid War rages on this month as things really shake up, with tensions between Darkseid and the Anti-Monitor rising rapidly, Superman and Lex Luthor forced together, and Batman ascending on the Mobius chair. Check out a preview of this week's issue after the jump! - staypuffed
Hint: It's not Batman. Is it Kryptonite? Or the rumored-to-appear in Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice(Spoiler)? Wonder Woman? Continue on to find out what Henry Cavill thinks the one thing that can stop the Man of Steel is. - MarkJulian
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