I’m pretty excited! The DC Universe is coming together for a special fan event in Washington, DC. This inaugural event will bring the world of DC TV Shows, Comic Books and Animation together in one pop cultural event. Mr. DCTV himself – Greg Berlanti and folks from all of his shows – Arrow, The Flash, Black Lightning, and Legends of Tomorrow will be on hand. From comics we have Geoff Johns and Batman’s Tim Kring and others. Batman: Gotham by Gaslight will have a world premiere showing Friday the 11th and the cast of The CW’s new series Black Lightning will have a premiere screening Sat the 12th. This WB’s stab at doing it’s own version of Disney’s D23. The full release is below, check out the website for a schedule.
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Fan favorite Wonder Woman writer Gail Simone and Wonder Woman artist Aaron LoPresti are teaming up to tell a tale of an even mightier team up – Wonder Woman and Conan the Barbarian.
“I love crossovers, I love Wonder Woman, and being able to bring the undisputed greatest warriors of the DCU and Robert E. Howard’s Hyborian Age together for the very first time is a dream come true,” says Simone.
Wonder Woman/Conan will be in comics shops in the Fall.
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BOOM! Studios released their biggest announcement of the week, so far on the company’s Road to New York Comic-Con 2016 – a BOOM!/DC crossover putting Green lantern and Planet of the Apes in a new title to be released in February of 2017.
The creative team, storyline and cover images will be released at a future time – but even just the announcement banner is enough to get comics fans curious and stoked!
Follow the jump for a look at BOOM! Studios’ Road to New York so far.
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Alan Moore’s genuinely creepy/scary graphic novel, Batman: The Killing Joke, is one of the most devastating Batman/Joker tales ever told. In truth, the only way to adapt it for film or home video, is to accept that it’s a nasty piece of work and not try to soften it in any way.
Batman: The Killing Joke is WB Animation’s first R-rated movie, so it looks like they’ve done it right. Check out the deeply disturbing trailer after the jump.
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