IN YOUR FACE JAM: He-Man and the Masters of the Pants

DC Comics has been making Masters of the Universe comics for a little over a year now, but their latest preview cover has finally made me take notice of the series. With “He-Man and the Masters of the Universe” #4, He-Man’s undergoing a makeover. The cover by artist Ed Benes shows off the character’s new look… and he’s wearing pants. More

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and TT Games Release “LEGO Batman: DC Super Heroes” App for iOS

(April 25, 2013 – Burbank, CA) – Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and TT Games today announced the release of “LEGO Batman: DC Super Heroes” for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, available now in the App Store. Delivering action-adventure gameplay to touchscreen devices, this latest caper is based on “LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes,” the game which released to critical acclaim in June 2012 and was one of the best-selling videogames of the year. More

C2E2 2013: INJUSTICE: Gods Among Us Reveals LOBO, More

The Chicago-based developer NetherRealm Studios brought a murderer’s row of talent downtown to meet a raucous capacity crowd of their fans at C2E2 2013 to answer some fan questions about Injustice: Gods Among Us and show the first gameplay video of the first DLC character to be added to their game: Lobo. More

Report: Batman Arkham Origins doesn't feature voice actor Kevin Conroy

Batman mainstay Kevin Conroy is reportedly not voicing the caped crusader in Arkham Origins. According to South African magazine NAG, Warner Bros. Montreal passed on Conroy, who played Batman in Arkham Asylum and Arkham City, as well as most of the hero’s animated adventures across the last 20 years. NAG says the developer wanted another actor to portray Origins‘ younger version of the dark knight. More


Our friends at ComicBook Resources give us this:


CBR’s live coverage of C2E2 enters it second day with DC Comics’ New 52 panel. SVP-Sales Bob Wayne, Editor-in-Chief Bob Harras and Editorial Director Bobbie Chase host a panel of writers Charles Soule, Peter Tomasi, Sterling Gates, and Kyle Higgins and artists Aaron Kuder, Doug Mahnke, and Patrick Gleason to let fans in on upcoming story arcs and events in the “Green Lantern” line, “Wonder Woman,” and more throughout the DC Universe. More


What’s new at DC Entertainment? In addition to DC Comics’ New 52 and Vertigo’s horror and mature readers titles, recent years have seen considerableexcitement for Cartoon Network series like “Young Justice” and “Teen Titans Go!” and films including last year’s

“The Dark Knight Rises” and the upcoming “Man of Steel.” And, of course, blockbuster fighting game “Injustice: Gods Among Us” hit stores this month, giving fans the chance to pick their favorite hero and put the hurt on Batman, Green Arrow, and more. For DC’s first panel at C2E2, Editor-in-Chief Bob Harras, Editorial Director Bobbie Chase, and VP Marketing John Cunningham were on hand to present the publisher’s upcoming projects in
The panel, titled “DC 101,” was intended to introduce new fans to DC’s heroes in all media, Cunningham began. After introducing Harras and Chase, Cunningham turned to his first slide promoting We Can Be Heroes, DC’s campaign to raise money to fight hunger in the Horn of Africa.comics and beyond. More

Zack Snyder Confirms If ‘Man Of Steel’ Is A Success He Will Be Asked To Direct ‘Justice League’

In the most recent issue of Empire Magazine, director Zack Snyder and his Producer-wife, Deborah Snyder confirm that a Justice League film is dependent on the box office success of this summer’s Man Of Steel. The director also went on to confirm that if the film does do well at the box office and Warner Bros. decides to move forward with the project, he will definitely be asked by the studio to direct. More

DC’s Superhero Royal Rumble Injustice Is Action-Packed, But Dumb

There aren’t many moments in the storyline of Injustice: Gods Among Us, a recently released fighting game based on the DC comic universe, where people aren’t punching each other in the face. More

Latest Injustice footage showcases Killer Frost, Ares (with bonus Batman Beyond fashion)

NetherRealm Studios has finally gotten around to admitting that Killer Frost and Ares are part of the Injustice: Gods Among Us roster, rather than letting a tweet and some Xbox Live Marketplace items hog all the fun.

As the above trailer shows, Killer Frost predictably has more than a little in common with Sub-Zero, what with the ice powers and everything, though her abilities widely seem far more interesting than ol’ Subs’. More

Why Is Charlie Hunnam Showing Up in Flash Concept Art?

It seems Charlie Hunnam (Sons of Anarchy) is popping up as the Flash in concept art over at Warner Bros. for some reason. Hey, that could work!

Chud reports that “a trusted industry source” says “the current rumor on the block is that Charlie Hunnam’s likeness is being used for conceptual art on a particular big WB project right now. The film? Justice League. It seems that in the current pieces being drawn up, Charlie is The Flash.” More