Amethyst's DC Comics outlet in Sword of Sorcery may have been canceled, but fans of the sword-swinging, winged horse-riding princess still have one more animated adventure to catch as part of the Amethyst: Princess of Gemworld series of DC Nation shorts on Cartoon Network. The heroine's sixth and final "level" will air this Saturday, March 2, and you can see a clip of Amethyst's big boss battle -- and catch
One of the best things about Cartoon Network's DC Nation block is that it's been able to throw a spotlight on some of DC's lesser-known characters -- and in some cases, it's reinvented them for a new audience. The
If you dug last week's debut of Amethyst: Princess of Gemworld during the DC Nation program block, it looks like you can expect a second equally fantastical installment this Saturday on Cartoon Network. Entitled "Level 2: Village of the Frogs," the new short continues Amethyst's videogame-y adven
In case you missed it, DC relaunched Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld last week in the pages of Sword of Sorcery. Like a lot of comics, though, this one comes with a story of what might've been, a pitch from artist
If you'd asked me two days ago if I was excited about Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld's return in the pages of Sword of Sorcery #0, the answer would've been a resounding yes. It seemed like a huge step in the right direction: A comic that dabbled in something outside the standard superhero genre, attempting to appeal to a wider audience of fantasy fans and women and girls with a cover that boasted a really nice updated redesign, and it was scripted by Jem creator and veteran comic writer Christy Marx. I even did a brief int
Thanks to her work on TV shows like G.I. Joe and the creation of Jem and the Holograms, writer Christy Marx is already a ComicsAlliance favorite. This week, though, she's part of the team returning Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld to comics in the pages of Sword of Sorcery #0, and to say that we're looking forward to it is an understatement.
To find out more, I asked Marx about where she's planning to tak
For those of you whose lives have been lacking in magical battles against dudes with names like "Dark Opal," we have some good news: This Saturday during Cartoon Network's "DC Nation" block, Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld is set to debut with the first installment of a series of short cartoons. And from the looks of things,
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