The latest installment of the Earth One DC Comics Series is Green Lantern. The story is written by Hugo-nominated writer Corinna Bechko and fellow Hugo nominee Gabriel Hardman, who also did the art of the book. Corinna is the first female writer to work on any of the Earth One series.Read More
Godless Doesn't Live Up to It's "No Man's Land" Promotion, Green Lantern writers eyeing a new actor for GL, Issa Rae stays winning, Chris Grady teaches everyone to be a great guy and Sesame Street does a fun Stranger Things parody.Read More
My parade of roundtable interviews from the set of Powerless continues with a chat with two of the funniest men on the planet. I'm talking about the incomparable Danny Pudi, and the made-me-laugh-so-hard-when-I-saw-him-do-stand-up-that-I-had-a-headache-the-rest-of-the-night (that he does not even feel that bad about!) Ron Funches!Read More
Ryan Reynolds' Green Lantern movie is an embarrassing footnote in his history of superhero movie appearances. However, even he might be impressed to see this fan-made trailer starring him as Green Lantern in a hypothetical Blackest Night movie.Read More
Supergirl stuntwoman Jessie Graff already made history on American Ninja Warrior by becoming the first woman to best the course's 12.5-foot warped wall (in Wonder Woman attire, no less), but of course, Supergirl's job is never done. She's back at it again with a qualifying run through the physical challenge's national finals stage one, making her the first woman ever to to do so. Watch and be amazed.Read More
Costume designer Jenny Beavan, who won an Academy Award this past weekend for her work on Mad Max: Fury Road, was interviewed recently by Vanity Fair. The entire article is fascinating, but one anecdote is particularly notable.Read More
In addition to the huge drop of both the Suicide Squad and Wonder Woman trailers, Warner Bros. also shared the movie logos for each of the Justice League members.Read More
Much has been made of Steven Spielberg's suspicion that superhero movies are on their way out, and Ryan Reynolds recently used the topic as an opportunity to take aim at the entrenched sexism and racism in Hollywood — systemic issues from which the superhero genre is far from immune.Read More
And which Green Lantern?
Is the world of Arrow going to get even bigger? That's the look of things judging by the above production art that Arrow Executive Producer Marc Guggenheim shared over the weekend.Read More
Tyrese Gibson of The Fast and the Furious fame has been on a mission to lock down a role in the Green Lantern reboot slated for 2020. Inspired by the fan-art of himself in the role, Tyrese had a meeting with Warner Brothers about the picture last June, and confirmed today that he's now had "a couple of meetings" with the studio.Read More
Apparently during an interview with ET, he teased that he'd already taken the oath as well as a meeting or two with folks over at Warner Bros.Read More
In brightest day, in blackest night, no tribble shall escape my sight.
Worlds collided at Wondercon on Saturday, as DC Comics and IDW Publishing announced Star Trek/Green Lantern: The Spectrum War, a six-part miniseries set to release in July. Behind the writer's helm is Mike Johnson, who was the pen behind a bunch of Star Trek and DC comics. He's joined by Angel Hernández, who was the artist's brush behind recent issues of Infinite Crisis: Fight for the Multiverse.Read More
In case you missed the memo, today was Pi Day. Whether it was pizza pie, pie pie, or good old classic pi, the celebrations were raging today, and they were delicious.Read More
"Great Hera!" "By Odin's beard!" *pause* *louder shouting* "Great! Hera!" *even louder shouting* "By Odin's! Beard!"
It's been more than ten years since the last time DC and Marvel got it together long enough to make a crossover book, and if you think the negotiations between New Line and Warner Bros. over rights to produce and distribute The Hobbit were bad, scale New Line up to a company the size of Disney, throw in Sony Pictures and Fox Studios, and consider how unlikely it is that we'd get any of them to make a movie bridging the Justice League, Avengers, X-Men, and Spider-Man universes.Read More
hush the picture is relevant shhhhh
It's December and we've just started hearing about what comics are going to be coming out in May, because that's how comics work. And DC's slate of comics for May reveals one of their biggest waves of cancellations since the start of the New 52... just as they launch into a multiverse-spanning event story line. Hmmmmmmmm.Read More
And this is where I kick myself for being 3-4 issues behind on my DC Comics books. Spoilers to come for Green Lantern Corps #36.Read More
Warner Bros. Officially Sets A Date For A Wonder Woman Solo Film, Casts Ezra Miller As Their New Flash, Ray Fisher As Cyborg
Investor meetings aren't usually how we get our entertainment news, but we'll take it. Read on for a slew of DC Comics movie news just announced!Read More
There's no laughing in superhero movies!!
Saving the world is SRS BSNS.Read More
Some new rumors claim Warner Bros. is working mighty hard the next few years. How many films do you think will come before Wonder Woman's solo outing?Read More