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Justice League saves the day in new Target TV spot

Kevin Melrose | Comic Book Resources

Target’s new partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products and DC Entertainment received a promotional boost this week with the debut of an animated TV commercial for the retail chain featuring the Justice League. In their New 52 costumes, no less. More

Arrow star pushing for Justice League crossovers in season 2

Trent Moore | Blastr

Rumors have been making the rounds that The CW’s hit series Arrow could introduce a few more heroes next season, and now star Stephen Amell has chimed in.

In a chat with Digital Spy recapping the first season and looking toward what’s coming next, Amell teased that he would love to see some version of the Justice League introduced during season two.  More

SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR Pushed Back a Year

Michael Doran | Newsarama

A still very crowded comic-book-movie-adaptation 2013 just got a little less so.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Dimension Films has moved Sin City: A Dame To Kill For from an October 4, 2013 release to August 22, 2014. More

DC ENTERTAINMENT BRINGS DIGITAL COMICS TO THE NEXT LEVEL WITH NEW DC2 AND DC2 MULTIVERSE INNOVATIONS

Offical Press Release | DC Comics

Super Hero Worthy Digital Reading Enhancements Debut at Time Warner’s ‘Future of Storytelling’ Exhibition

New York, NY – June 4, 2013 – DC Entertainment, the most prolific digital comic book publisher, unveiled two new digital innovations today that will take its comics to the next level of interactivity. DC Entertainment President Diane Nelson and Co-Publisher Jim Lee unveiled DC2and DC2 Multiverseat the opening of Time Warner’s “The Future of Storytelling” exhibition at the Time Warner Medialab in New York. More

Masters of the Universe vs. DC Universe – Experts Call the Matches

Zack Smith | Newsarama

Besides creator rights, diversification of genres and broadening fan base/providing increased retail and creative opportunities for the medium, is there anything more important in comics than hypothetical “who would win?” battles between different franchises?

Of course not! More

Kevin Conroy Confirmed For ‘Batman: Arkham Origins’! UPDATE: Maybe Not? Plus A New Trailer!

Derek Kraneveldt | Geeekscape.net

Remember that terrible rumour from April stating that series regular Kevin Conroy wouldn’t be returning to voice Batman in Batman: Arkham Origins, and that Warner Bros. Interactive was instead looking for younger talent for this Arkham prequel?

Well… it wasn’t true. More

New “Batman: Arkham Origins” Teaser is Here!

The third installment of WB Games’ Batman series —Batman: Arkham Origins — is a prequel story that takes place before Gotham became a mecca for psychopathic criminals and when Batman was just a fledgling crime fighter. The teaser features him kicking the spit out of Deathstroke in the snow. More

THE ‘JUSTICE LEAGUE’ PROBLEM: DOES DAMON LINDELOF HAVE THE SOLUTION?

Whatever the “Justice League problem” means to you, Lord knows there is one. Warner Bros. was originally set on the idea of bringing this team of DC heroes to the big screen, but have since faltered and are now relying on whether the upcoming ‘Man of Steel‘ succeeds or not to make that decision for them. Still there are many concerns from fans and execs alike about realizing this particular set of characters, but could one of the top working writers of the day, Damon Lindelof, have a solution? More

The Justice League Battle the Masters of the Universe

It’s the question schoolyard arguments are made of. Who’s stronger — He-Man or Superman? What happens when the Man of Steel meets the Most Powerful Man in the Universe? Well, it’s no longer a question to be settled in the realm of fan-fiction. Now that they have the Masters of the Universe license, DC will be settling the matter once and for all. More

DIRECTOR BURTON TALKS "LEGO BATMAN: THE MOVIE – DC SUPERHEROES UNITE"

“LEGO Batman: The Movie – DC Superheroes Unite” director Jon Burton wears many hats. As a founder and director at TT Games, he oversees the popular line of LEGO video games inspired by films like “The Lord of the Rings” and “Harry Potter” series. At TT Animation, a division of the company that explores using their expertise on video games in the realm of animation, Burton took on the challenge of making their first feature, inspired by the company’s original “LEGO Batman” game. But which came first, the movie or the game sequel? More