Dan DiDio discusses Dark Knights and Detectives (as in comics!) in our latest episode of “DC All Access.” This week, you can enter to win a special Man of Steel prize package, watch some cosplayers bring Forever Evil #3 to life, and get an early look at Teen Titans Go!, Green Arrow, Trillium and the landmark 100th episode of MAD!
New teasers have come out for DC’s Forever Evil event that kicks off in September with the New 52 Villains Month. Among them includes the original as well as a new image for Nightwing, Teen Titans, and Green Lantern. Take the jump for a look.
The latest incarnation of the Titans in form has been successful enough that Cartoon Network is picking it up for a second season. Based mostly on the Teen Titans series of the early aughts, Teen Titans Go! is a slightly cuter, more comedy-driven version of the show aimed at an even younger audience. It originally aired as shorts during the DC Nation block before becoming a full-length show in April. Garnering an average of 1.7M viewers, the show is definitely worth the renewal. Cartoon Network’s official announcement should be made later today.
DC is putting on a “Villains Month” this September with most of their titles taking at least a .1 detour. While the merits of this idea can and have been discussed elsewhere, we have seen some interesting news with the solicits for the not one, but two Teen Titans issues for the month, which you can check out after the jump.
The Teen Titans are separated and stuck on a mysterious island full of dinosaurs in an unknown location. For a Major Spoilers look at getting the band back together, take the jump.
DC Nation, Cartoon Network’s home for action-packed animated series and original shorts based on characters from DC Comics (Saturdays 10:00–11:00 a.m. ET/PT), will soon be joined by a new generation of superheroes as Teen Titans Go!, a brand-new half-hour comedy-action series inspired by Warner Bros. Animation’s original fan-favorite series Teen Titans, shows the humorous side of being a teenage hero.
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BANG BANG! Deathstroke’s crazy daughter fell down upon their heads!
BANG BANG! Deathstroke’s crazy daughter made sure that they were dead!
The Culling has begun, Harvest has collected his teen heroes and pit them against each other, now how is Superboy going to handle it, find out after the jump. . .
Looking for something good to read this week? The Major Spoilers Staff has sifted through this week’s releases and have picked a number of books you might want to check out as well.
Warner Bros. and DC Comics have had a really good relationship with Cartoon Network, delivering some high quality programs that entertain kids and adults alike. This weekend, Warner Bros. pushes the offering further by creating an entire block of cartoon programming beginning at 10 EST. The hour long launch includes Green Lantern: The Animated Series, the return of Young Justice, and a number of interstitials featuring the Teen Titans, Plastic Man, and more.
Hundreds of heroes, thousands of villains, millions of fans all make up the DC Nation, home of the world’s greatest super heroes.
Friday night used to be the best time to watch Cartoon Network, with its two hour block of DC, Warner Bros., and LucasFilm programming, but now it looks like Saturday is going to be the day. Which brings us to today’s Question of the Day, “Are you ready for Saturday morning, or do you think Warner Bros. should have kept DC Nation on Friday Night?”
Remember how bummed you were when Teen Titans went off the air? Remember how you cried when you couldn’t sing along to the Teen Titans theme song? When DC Nation kicks off on the Cartoon Network, you’ll soon have fond memories of when the Teen Titans returned.
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The sad truth about the Teen Titans is that, out of eight different versions of the team, only one has really ever been overtly successful. (That’s eight DISTINCT versions, not counting revamps within an existing run or team lineup changes within various teams.) This version harkens back to the far-flung past year of 2003, but the team’s newest member promises to bring things into the 21st century…