The first official DC panel of San Diego Comic-con was a casual and humorous affair, a little more concerned with making a connection with the fans than announcing new projects. DC co-publisher Dan DiDio wanted to take the pulse of DC's con-going fans and get some feedback on the last year of DC's stories. DiDio said that he values the "
As the news of the new Wonder Woman costume and origin spreads across the comics world and the mainstream media, the reactions -- which have ranged from praise to condemnation -- continue to roll in. Even famed Wond
Dan DiDio talks with Kiel Phegley over at CBR, and the conversation strays to the racial politics of the DC Universe, something we've talked about before on ComicsAlliance. DiDio acknowledges the concerns over the death of former Atom Ryan Choi, but dismisses the idea that there have been minority deaths or legacy r
The comics blogosphere ignited yesterday morning with the news that DC Comics had not only announced its new publisher, but that the role would actually be filled by two people: current Executive Editor Dan DiDio, and high-profile comics artist Jim Lee, who also worked as an Editorial Director with DC's Wildstorm imprint.
That wasn't the only announcement, however; Geof
Speculation about the new publisher of DC Comics has been running rampant for months, ever since the announcement that longtime publisher Paul Levitz would be stepping down to focus on a creative role within the company.
Now the waiting is finally over, and DC Comics has announced not one but two publishers: current Exe
If there's one animated series that prepared kids from the '90s for AMC and HBO's limited series formats, it was the crazy-short seasonified Canadian computer-animated "ReBoot."
Yeah, for a show that originally ran from 1994-1997, its relatively ambitious CGI made its pace forgivable, but more patient fans who caught the show on Cartoon Network at a faster pace might be excited that the series is set to return in 2010 in movie form.
You never asked for it, you never demanded it, but now you're getting it: Comics bigwigs as Chippendale Dancers. From left to right on the start screen, 'Watchmen' author Alan Moore, Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada, columnist RIch Johnson, DC Executive Editor Dan DiDio, and actor Paterson Joseph
Comics book writer Mark Waid is perhaps best known as the writer of DC's 'Kingdom Come' and The Flash,' but now that's he's the Editor-In-Chief of Boom! Studios, Waid no longer has to hold his tongue about other comic book companies. And in an often scathing 9000-word interview at Ain't It Cool News, he really, really doesn't, taking aim at DC Editor-In-Chief Dan DiDio and Cro