With only a couple episodes to go, Smallville is breaking out the big guns this week with a return from The Toymaker and the introduction of the Classic bad guy, Starro.
With Green Lantern getting closer to a release and Marvel’s Avengers movie preparing to hopefully fulfill the dreams of fanboys everywhere, it is kind of hard to not imagine what a Justice League movie might be like.
We’ve got some great comic book cartoon series on the horizon and fans at New York Comic Con got a chance to look at five minutes from one of the most anticipated new shows, “Young Justice.”
“I’m going to speak frankly: I think our characters are bigger than Marvel’s.” He said that he’d rather spend time building each character on his or her own rather than “smashing them together.”
In case you haven’t head, Apple’s iPad is out and it’s slowly being touted by the comic industry as a revolutionary color ebook reader that’s also more than capable of handling digital comics. Or is it?
This direct-to-video animated film is based on the original direct-to-video feature, “Justice League: Worlds Collide” a prequrel to the since canceled “Justice League Unlimited.”
Courtesy of Mattycollector, here are all the official slide images from Mattel’s SDCC 09 DC Power Partnership Panel which took place at Comic-Con this past weekend.