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Batman and DC Launch NFT Trading Cards

Cartamundi Group, the worldwide leader in playing cards, and Warner Bros. Consumer Products on behalf of DC are today launching DC Hybrid Trading Cards by Hro. Using the Hro ® app, a new platform that combines the physical and digital world, fans will be able to unlock the DC Multiverse and collect, trade, and buy

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DC Comics Disaster Continues As Offices Close Down

The DC Comics disaster continues, as now it is revealed its swanky offices in Burbank are closing down. Originally out of New York, DC Comics was brought to Burbank, California around ten years ago to align the company closer to its Hollywood counterpart, which was because of the launch of the Zack Snyder DCEU that

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DC Comics Announces ‘Dark Crisis’

Spinning out of the Death of the Justice League and kicking off with Free Comic Book Day, comes the next big event from DC Comics with Dark Crisis, a seven-issue monthly long series. Details include that the heroes left behind must come together to combat this great evil and save the lost Justice League, but

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DC Comics Reveals ‘The Batman’ March Comic Book Variants

In conjunction with the release of The Batman in March, DC Comics reveals a batch of variant comic book covers featuring art inspired by the highly anticipated feature film. A host of fan-favorite comic book artists have contributed art that perfectly captures the intense and moody feel consistent with Matt Reeves’ vision of Bruce Wayne’s first

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Fans Reject Woke Superman; DC Comics Sales ‘Terrifying’

Update: Superman Son of Kal-El did drop out of the Top 50, not in December, but in January. Original article continues: Fans are rejecting the woke Superman in droves as it’s learned DC Comics sales are in the gutter and described as “terrifying.” Interestingly enough, the news follows DC Comics’ big announcement of the “Death of

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‘Death of the Justice League’ Coming From DC Comics

DC Comics is killing off the Justice League, apparently including Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, and more, in a new comic book story starting this April. The details include that the Justice League comes to an end with Justice League #75 which gets released April 19 – 30 years after the death of Superman storyline –

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Geoff Johns Back At DC Comics With ‘Flashpoint Beyond’

DC Comics announces a new comic book series from Geoff Johns with Flashpoint Beyond, with art by Eduardo Risso. Details include Flashpoint Beyond will be a six-issue mini-series written by Geoff Johns, Jeremy Adams, and Tim Sheridan, with art by Xermánico, available bi-weekly Starting on April 19. Find the full details and a preview below.

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‘Crisis On Infinite Earths’ Animated Trilogy Rumored

It’s claimed that WB is developing a Crisis On Infinite Earths animated movie which will be a trilogy featuring all the DC animated universes. The rumor comes via Twitter from a user who writes for Cines Argentinos. The rumor (translated) offers: There is an animated TRILOGY adaptation of CRISIS IN THE INFINITE EARTHS. It would

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Gay Superman Drops The Cape, Wears A Mask

Following DC Comics changing Superman to gay and losing the motto, now the Man of Steel wears a mask and drops the cape that his dad made famous. In the latest issue of Superman: Son of Kal-El, where everyone refers to him as “Superman,” as he is actually Jonathan Kent, the son of Clark and Lois, the issue

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TMZ Apparently Fabricates Superman Gay Death Threats LAPD Article

TMZ, formerly owned by WB, apparently has fabricated an article about the LAPD being called in response to the gay Superman where fans are said to have made death threats against the creators involved with the comic book. The site posted an article titled “SUPERMAN Bisexual Backlash Spurs LAPD PROTECTION FOR ARTISTS, STUDIO” that claims

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‘Superman & Lois’ Jonathan Kent Different Than Woke DC Comics

Good news for fans of the Superman & Lois TV series airing on The CW network as it’s learned Jonathan Kent is a different version than the woke iteration in the DC Comics. DC recently came out and announced its Jonathan Kent is gay, which is a change from the original plans to have Jonathan

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DC Comics Confirms Gay Superman

DC Comics finally comes out and confirms Superman will be gay in the comic books. “Jon Kent finds his identity in Superman: Son of Kal-El #5,” states the official announcement, which follows former DC Comics and Green Lantern artist Ethan Van Sciver first revealing the news a couple of months ago. The press release, which

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DC Documentary Coming To HBO Max

HBO Max has ordered a three-part DC documentary series from Academy Award and Emmy nominated director, producer and showrunner Leslie Iwerks. Produced by Warner Bros. Unscripted Television in association with Warner Horizon, DC, Berlanti Productions and Iwerks & Co., the documentary series takes an unprecedented look at the enduring and influential legacy of DC, allowing

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Superman Confirmed As Gay

“It’s confirmed that DC Comics will have a gay Superman, which follows Ethan Van Sciver breaking the news last week. In an article from Bleeding Cool, which is basically a PR piece for DC where they are apparently mad the Superman gay news leaked, the information that Van Sciver revealed is confirmed: DC Comics is

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Superman Will Be Gay In DC Comics

Following the recent news of Robin, now it’s said that DC Comics will be turning Superman gay. The news comes from former DC Comics artist Ethan Van Sciver who has been right about the direction of DC Comics in the past. Now sources fill in Van Sciver that the Jonathan Kent Superman will be announced

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Robin Changed To Gay, Bi-Sexual In DC Comics

After 30 years, DC Comics has now changed the Tim Drake Robin into an LGBTQ gay bi-sexual character with the latest release of Batman: Urban Legends #6 anthology issue. The comic book, from writer Meghan Fitzmartin whose Twitter account says she “will write for pie,” sees Robin come out at the end of the issue while accepting a

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Scott Snyder Launching Comic Books With comiXology and Dark Horse

Scott Snyder, comiXology and Dark Horse announced a new line of creator-owned comics featuring eight titles co-created with Rafael Albuquerque, Greg Capullo, Francesco Francavilla, Jamal Igle, Jock, Tula Lotay, Francis Manapul, and Dan Panosian. The comics will first be released digitally through Amazon’s comiXology and then in print through Dark Horse. Check out the official

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Batman Catwoman Sex Scene In ‘Harley Quinn’ Nixed By DC

If the creators behind the adult animated Harley Quinn series would have gotten their way, Batman would have been shown going down on Catwoman, but DC nixed the idea. In Variety’s article titled, “How ‘WandaVision,’ ‘The Umbrella Academy,’ ‘Harley Quinn’ Subvert the Superhero Genre,” they spoke with Justin Halpern and Patrick Schumacker, two of the

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DC, WB Could Be Sold To Disney Joining Marvel

DC Comics, the DC brand, and WB could actually become a part of Disney and Marvel or at least come under the same umbrella at Disney. As speculated, now it is reported that the new company formed out of the merger of WarnerMedia and Discovery (possibly known as “WarnerDiscovery”) may end up getting sold to

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AT&T Exits ‘The Sector’; Getting Rid Of Time Warner

Monday saw the big news that AT&T is merging its WarnerMedia division with Discovery in a deal worth billions. However, the news and press release wasn’t too clear if AT&T would still be involved in the new company, described officially as a “standalone company.” It’s also been announced the new as of yet unnamed company

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‘Injustice’ Animated Movie In The Works

It’s learned an Injustice animated movie is in the works from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, which is based on the popular video games and comic books. The info became known as a result of the official press release for Batman: The Long Halloween, Part Two where the special features list the following: A Sneak Peek

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Superman Christopher Reeve Promotes DC Fandome Return

Warner Bros. is bringing back DC Fandome this October, the virtual convention highlighting all things DC comics, movies, and more. A “save the date” teaser has been released which features the iconic John Williams music score from the Richard Donner and Christopher Reeve Superman movies. Watch below. “The epic global event is back!” teases the

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