Since it’s the fifth week of the month, DC again continued its practice of releasing some crossovers between their own characters and those from the Warner Bros. cartoons.
Given Harley Quinn’s recent popularity, I thought it would be fun to review her meet-up with Gossamer, that big, red, hairy monster! As always, there are two tales in this issue—one similar to DC’s style of storytelling, and the second more like the cartoons.
We’ve already seen Aquaman and Wonder Woman in Justice League and Wonder Woman, but the one movie everyone is looking at under a microscope right now is Shazam! Hall H attendees at the San Diego Comic Con got their first look at the trailer, and we are sharing it with you (if you haven’t already seen it).
Geoff Johns steps down as President and CCO of DC Entertainment , Jim Lee promoted to Chief Creative Officer
It was announced yesterday that Geoff Johns has stepped down as the President and CCO of DC Entertainment. Instead of moving on, he will now work exclusively for DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. to create content across multiple divisions under his new production banner Mad Ghost Productions.
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.
While the DC Animated Universe continues to churn out some amazing tales, the company has also discovered the LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes line can also add to the growing animated lineup. The company has announced the upcoming release of LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Aquaman – Rage of Atlantis.
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.
It’s been 25 years since Batman & Mr. Freeze: Sub-Zero arrived as a direct-to-video release, and now Warner Bros. is releasing the movie on Blu-ray.
What was Metropolis like before Superman arrived? That’s the question Warner Bros. Television hopes to answer in the upcoming 13-episode Metropolis series for the DC digital streaming service.
While we await the release of Gotham by Gaslight, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has announced the April release of the next animated movie – Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay.
With the exception of Wonder Woman, 2017 wasn’t a great year for movies based on DC Comics, and Warner Bros. is looking to correct that going forward by hiring Walter Hamada as the new president of DC-based film production.