The First Family of Comics takes center stage this week, as they take on Galactus and his friend, Harold. Plus, strange things are afoot at DC Comics (or are they?), your favorite burger joint, Motor Crush Vol. 2, Usagi Yojimbo: The Hidden #4, Hawkman #1, and Tomb Raider: Inferno #1 all go under the microscope.
We probably saw the writing on the wall when Diane Nelson took a leave of absence from Warner Bros. back in March, but it is now confirmed, the president of DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Consumer Products is not returning.
This is a bit of a shocker – Diane Nelson, president of DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Consumer Products, is taking a leave of absence from the company for an unknown length of time.
During her presentation at the Entertainment and Technology Summit, DC Entertainment’s Diane Nelson told the audience not to hold its breath waiting for a superhero television/movie crossover.
This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast: We learn the origin of Judge Dredd in Judge Dredd: Origins! Plus, shake-ups at Marvel and DC, Toil and Trouble #1, Hank Johnson, Agent of Hydra #1, ECOS #1, and more!
DC Entertainment president, Diane Nelson has new job responsibilities as the Warner Bros. Consumer Products following Brad Globe stepping down.
While it may not be a huge surprise to some, the news that DC Comics will move its entire operation to the West Coast has come as a shock to many.
Diane Nelson, President DC Entertainment, just posted the following message on DC’s The Source website whee she talks about the relaunch. When I put in place the new DC Entertainment executive team in February of last year, I asked them to think big and be bold – to adopt a “no fear” attitude toward the business we love. We set out to reinvigorate interest in comics, bring in new readers and make our characters and stories more accessible to the widest possible audience, all while respecting the core fans who are the foundation of our company. That’s exactly what the
According to a statement made to MTV, DC Entertainment head Diane Nelson said there are no plans to make a new Superman movie. “We actually don’t have any current plans for Superman,” said Nelson when asked if the new environment (and the recent legal decision regarding the character) made a “Superman” movie more or less likely in the near future. The key phrase here is near future.Â As has been hinted by the current production schedule, Warner Bros. is looking to build its other superheroes as a lead up to a potential team-up movie.Â So theoretically, by 2015 (the not
WARNER BROS. CREATES DC ENTERTAINMENT Diane Nelson to Serve as President, DC Entertainment Paul Levitz to Segue from President & Publisher of DC Comics To Writer, Contributing Editor and Overall Consultant to DC Entertainment (Dateline â€“ Burbank, CA) Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. (WBEI) has created DC Entertainment Inc., a new company founded to fully realize the power and value of the DC Comics brand and characters across all media and platforms, to be run by Diane Nelson, it was announced today by Barry Meyer, Chairman & CEO, and Alan Horn, President & COO, Warner Bros. DC Entertainment, a separate division
Burbank, Calif., October 8, 2008 â€” Warner Premiere and Warner Bros. Digital Distribution today announced the renowned graphic album â€œBatman: Black & Whiteâ€ and graphic novel â€œSuperman: Red Sonâ€ are being developed into short-form digital Motion Comics. In addition the first and highly anticipated second chapter of the â€œWatchmenâ€ Motion Comics are now available for download via iTunes, Amazon Video on Demand, Xbox Live and the Sony PlayStation Store. Summary editions of the â€œWatchmenâ€ Motion Comics are available to Verizon Wireless V Cast customers as well as Sprint TV customers via the DC Comics Channel.
Press Release BURBANK, CA â€“ August 1, 2008 â€“ Cartoon Network and Warner Premiere have announced the start of production on Scooby-Doo: In The Beginning, an all-new, live-action prequel that will be debut on the network Fall, 2009 to coincide with the DVD release.Â This original movie will commence principal photography on August 4, 2008 in Vancouver, BC, it was announced today by Diane Nelson, President, Warner Premiere and Rob Sorcher, Chief Content Officer, Cartoon Network.