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DC Entertainment President Geoff Johns Stepping Down, Doing Green Lantern Movie
This comes just days after its other president, Diane Nelson, announced her departure.
Joss Whedon Leaves DC’s Batgirl Movie
He says he couldn’t come up with a story.
How Vertigo Changed Comics Forever
The famed DC Comics imprint turned 25 this month.
The Man Who Made Black Panther Cool
Christopher Priest broke the color barrier at Marvel and reinvented a classic character. Why was he nearly written out of comics history?
DC Superhero Movies Get New President in Walter Hamada
He’s replacing the outgoing Jon Berg.
Warner Bros. Reportedly Shaking Up Its Superheroes Post–
A change in leadership is on the way.
Arrow, Flash, Supergirl
EP Kreisberg Fired After Harassment Accusations
He was a key player in the CW’s so-called Arrowverse.
’s Villains Came From the Wildest Experiment in Comic-Book History
The saga known as the Fourth World was a failure at first, but seminal in the long run.
Diana of Themyscira has to deflect bad reviews.
You may not have seen whom you thought you saw.
What You Need to Know Before Seeing
A few key points from previous DC movies.
DC Comics Editor Eddie Berganza Fired in Wake of Sexual-Misconduct Allegations
Three women accused him of assaulting them.
DC Comics Editor Eddie Berganza Suspended Following 3 Claims of Sexual Assault
DC explains, “There will be a prompt and yet careful review into next steps as it relates to the allegations against him.”
Marvel Comics Star Brian Michael Bendis Moves to Rival DC
The biggest hiring decision in recent comics history.
DC Says It’s Downplaying Its Cinematic Universe
The news came as part of our larger feature about the past, present, and future of Warner Bros.–owned DC Entertainment.
Changed DC’s Entire Movie Strategy
Can DC Entertainment bring its success in comics, TV, and games to the multiplex?
My Chemical Romance’s Gerard Way’s Main Thing Is Writing Comics Now
“I find that writing is way harder.”
Warner Bros. Is Bringing Back the
This is not a drill.
The New Co-Chief of DC Superhero Movies Is Big On Hope and Optimism
He’s long been a golden boy in comics.
DC Entertainment Responds to Sexual Harassment Allegations
DC Comics Gets New Name, New President, Fancy Press Release
WB today announced the restructuring and rebranding of DC Comics as DC Entertainment Inc.