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Don’t hold your breath to see a Batgirl or Nightwing movie any time soon. While it seemed at one time Warner Brothers was looking at throwing all of the DC characters on the screen, according to TheWrap, the studio is now dialing back on that idea. According to an insider speaking with the publication, the… read more

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As deals go, this one is massive and will impact far more than you can possibly imagine. Time Warner is a huge media company with its fingers in print, TV, movies, music, streaming media and much more. Although you may not always know it, Time Warner is more than likely behind something you enjoy. Watch… read more

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DC Comics is resetting the universe yet again, but don’t you dare call it a reboot! In 1985 DC Comics launched a 12-part series called Crisis on Infinite Earths where the company decided to reset its universe as things had gotten out of control with too many different timelines. Crisis brought it all together and… read more

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Hanna-Barbera is the latest to get its properties reimagined courtesy of DC Comics. DC Comics announced on Thursday that its launching four new comic series that will see the old Hanna-Barbera cartoons reimagined with new twists. “I can’t think of anyone that doesn’t look back at these characters with anything but fond memories,” said Dan… read more

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At long last, DC has commented on why its TV and movie universes don’t mix in the same way that Marvel’s properties do. No matter what live action Marvel property you watch – be it a film, on ABC or streaming on Netflix – you know they share a common universe. It makes things a… read more

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At long last, Bill Finger is getting the recognition he is due. Back in the early days of comics it wasn’t uncommon for busy creators to have people working under them, and then they would take the credit for whatever work they did. In general it was usually minor stuff, but when you end up… read more

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DC isn’t beating around the bush any more when it comes to getting its properties on TV. Next up: Lucifer on Fox. What if Lucifer got bored with running Hell? What if he decided to quit, move to Los Angeles and open a piano bar? Well, that’s the concept behind the Lucifer comic book series… read more

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Is there a better time to be a long time comic nerd than right now? I don’t think so. A live action Teen Titans series on TNT? Sign me up. According to a report from Deadline, TNT is nearing a pilot order for a series called Titans based on the long running DC Comics team,… read more

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The number of comic book movies on the way seems to be growing by the day. With the recent leak of DC’s supposed film line up, the number of comic book-based films heading to theaters between now and 2018 is becoming impressive. I’ve gathered up a schedule of what is on the way, but I… read more

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Warner Brothers is apparently done just dabbling in doing films and is going to go full speed into a massive slate of films. Marvel keeps itself to two films a year, but it seems DC Comics and its parent company, Warner Brothers, has decided it needs to catch up and wants to release three films… read more

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It appears that The CW is all hot to turn every DC character it can into a television series, and the latest target is… Hourman? The CW is already enjoying some success with Arrow, and The Flash is about to make its debut, but it appears that the network is going back to its corporate… read more

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After 75 years in New York City, DC Comics is planning to pack up its offices and head on out to sunny California. DC Entertainment president Diane Nelson on Tuesday informed the staff of the company that in 2015, the comics branch of the company will be heading out to Burbank, Calif. to work more… read more

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