Geoff Johns is stepping down as DC Entertainment head to make a new Green Lantern movie

Back in December, we reported that Warner Bros. was working on a behind-the-scenes “shake-up” of how it manages DC Entertainment, the company built to oversee all of the comic books, movies, and TV shows concerning the DC superheroes (possibly as a reaction to the disappointing reception that Justice League received).…

For a striking sci-fi mystery, take a trip to the Spill Zone

As the graphic novel market continues to grow, the medium is increasingly popular for established novelists who want to add a visual component to their stories. Writer Scott Westerfeld has already dabbled in comics with graphic novel spin-offs to his best-selling Uglies YA book series, but Spill Zone (First Second) is…

It’s Rumor Time: Arnold Schwarzenegger might be in Wonder Woman

Now that Arnold Schwarzenegger is in his post-political-career phase, he’s lined up some interesting projects to break back into movies. Some are silly—like the rumored Twins sequel—and some are just downright ridiculous, like his New Celebrity Apprentice hosting gig. But ComicBook.com’s stumbled upon some internet…

Has DC’s Rebirth successfully redeemed the publisher’s past sins?

Oliver Sava: It’s a strange sensation to be writing about a line-wide DC relaunch for the second time in less than five years, but here I am, discussing DC Rebirth when the memories of The New 52 are still fresh in my mind. To catch up any readers who may not know the specifics of DC’s history: The publisher has a…

Ben Affleck will direct the standalone Batman movie we all knew was coming

Amidst all the Cyborgs and Shazams and Aquamans currently littering Warner Bros.’ slate of upcoming DC Comics films, the absence of a standalone Batman movie has been something of a surprising omission. Sure, the studio essentially ceded its Man Of Steel franchise to Ben Affleck’s take on the character, to the point…

Suffrajitsu kicks ass, Fantasy Sports captivates, and Superman returns to form

During the battle for women’s voting rights in early 20th century England, suffragette leader Sylvia Pankhurst advised her followers to learn jiujitsu and start coming to meetings armed with sticks. “It is no use pretending,” she told The New York Times. “We have got to fight.” That factoid is the foundation of Tony…

Descender soars, Last Man and Ninjak deliver action-packed intrigue

After much anticipation, the first volume of hit French fighting series Last Man (First Second) comes to English this month in an effusively fun and entertaining introduction. Inspired by their love for shounen manga and American pop culture, award-winning cartoonist Bastien Vivès, along with co-authors Michael…

Exclusive DC preview: Superman #33 puts Clark Kent in the Daily Planet’s orbit

The first issue of Geoff Johns and John Romita, Jr.’s Superman run was a captivating return to form for the DC writer, elevated by energetic art from a Marvel legend. Last month’s Superman #32 introduced a new friend for the titular hero, a human with a similar backstory involving being sent to an alien location by…