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Geoff Johns Talks Big Reveals, Luthor’s Morals, And Villains As Social Commentary In ‘Forever Evil’ [Interview]

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If you missed it, the first issue of Forever Evil -- the latest big crossover event taking place across the DC Universe -- started off with a big reveal, one that will have consequences for many of the characters throughout DC Comics. But there's more to it than just that. Forever Evil represents the extreme end of villainous characters; for the Crime Syndicate, there's seemingly no tragic back story to identify, nothing for the reader to relate to or sympathize with. And according to writer Geoff Johnsthat gives him an opportunity to explore the depths of other characters, particularly Lex Luthor, while also using this story as a vehicle to make a kind of commentary on social issues he sees as currently prevalent in society.

ComicsAlliance spoke to Geoff Johns about Forever Evil, including what readers can expect going forward, Lex Luthor as the central figure of the story, and villains as metaphor.

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Comics Alliance Presents Assessor Evil, Part One: Krypto-Cocaine ['Forever Evil' Spoilers]

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Remember Trinity War? The six-part,154-page, 24-dollar DC Comics crossover story that ended with a cliffhanger where the super-villains from inside Pandora's Box rushing towards all three Justice Leagues with the words "To Be Continued in Forever Evil #1" at the bottom of the last page? Remember how you were frustrated that the climactic battle of the weeks-long story was being saved for the start of another story entirely, but you took some small comfort in knowing you only had to wait one week to finally see it in Forever Evil #1?

Well, funny story: It's not here either.

 

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See A Day In The Life Of Lex Luthor In ‘Adventures Of Superman’ Chapter 10 [Preview]

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DC Comics' digital first Adventures of Superman offers exactly what many readers have been asking for: a cast of great creators, free of continuity constraints, telling fun stories about the Man of Steel and the characters around him. So far talent like Jeff Parker, Jeff Lemire, Chris Samnee and Riley Rossmo have created tales featuring Superman, Bizarro, Brainiac, and more, and in the upcoming tenth chapter, writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning get their turn. Featuring art from Wes Craig and Craig Yeung, Adventures of Superman Chapter 10 shows a day in the life of Lex Luthor, which entails, among other things, Luthor doing exactly what you'd expect: making notes on his list of ways to kill Superman.

DC Comics has provided ComicsAlliance with a preview of Adventures of Superman Chapter 10, which you can check out after the cut.

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‘Smallville’ Star Michael Rosenbaum Would Like To Be Your Lex Luthor In ‘Man Of Steel 2′

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Smallville's Lex Luthor, Michael Rosenbaum, made it abundantly clear on Twitter Wednesday that he is the absolutely most qualified actor to play Lex Luthor in the already-green-lit Man of Steel sequel.

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DC Collectibles Shows Off Its Sculpting Skills With Lex Luthor

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In the era of 3D printing, sometimes its easy to take things like sculpting for granted. As a new timelapse video from DC Collectibles shows, however, despite the power of 3D modeling software, it ain't the Auto-Tune of sculpting.

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‘Lego Batman: The Movie – DC Super Heroes Unite’ Is A World’s Finest Team Up Tale [Review]

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It's a testament to how well-made the video game Lego Batman 2: Superheroes Unite is that large chunks of the "story" scenes can be repurposed and matched with new material so seamlessly that it's difficult to tell that any part of the new direct-to-DVD movie Lego Batman: The Movie -- DC Superheroes Unite was ever intended for anything other than a slick computer-animated movie.

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Phil Postma Makes Cereal Box Art Super [Art]

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Artist Phil Postma, who recently brought his toon style to a September variant cover on IDW's Judge Dredd series, has posted a series of images to his blog of some sadly fictional cerealsSuperman fans may soon be clamoring to make real. Cereal manufacturers Kellogg's, General Mills and Post will want to pay heed, too, as the artist's design work stands head and shoulders above most super market aisle fair. Most CA readers probably couldn't walk past boxes bearing these designs without filling a shopping cart... or three.

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‘DC Universe Online’ Announces New ‘Origin Crisis’ DLC

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It looks like WB and Turbine's new Infinite Crisis game isn't the only online title that'll boast multiverse flair. DC Universe Online has announced that its next DLC, "Origin Crisis," the game's seventh DLC pac

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WTF?: ‘Superboy’ #19 Cover Hints At Superboy’s Parentage

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DC's WTF month continues apace with the newly revealed gatefold cover of Superboy #19 insinuating that the titular character could be the son of a surprising pairing, though his previous appearances seemed to indicate he was a clone similar to the pre-New 52 Superboy.

Also curious: Solicited writer Tom DeFalco's

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New ‘Injustice: Gods Among Us’ Trailer Looks At Lex Luthor [Video]

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With the Injustice: Gods Among Us Battle Arena social media campaign rolling out in-game fighting footage and associated character reveals it's easy to lose sight of one of the most important facts associated with the DC Comics fighting game: Lex Luthor is a huge jerk. A new trailer for one of the upcoming game's Collector's Edition offerings (which includes "New 52" costume skins for Bat

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