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‘Blue Beetle’ #3 Cover By Tyler Kirkham [Exclusive Art]

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Not a lot has been revealed about Jamie Reyes' upcoming adventures in the "New 52" kicking off September 21 in Blue Beetle #1, but it's pretty clear themes of family, friendship and using sinister alien tech for good will still be strong components of the new status quo. DC Comics has provided ComicsAlliance with another piece of the BB puzzle with an

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Reboot Wishlist: 9 Comics We Want To See From the New DC

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If there's one thing comic book readers like to do, it's talk about what they'd do if they were in charge, and I'm not going to lie to you, folks: We here at ComicsAlliance are no exception. Sure, we try to keep it to ourselves, but with DC slowly rolling out their new titles for September's line-wide relaunch, we can't help but speculate.

Admittedly, they've covered a their bases pretty well with genre-bending super-hero horror titles like Swamp Thing and the hilariously named Justice League Almond Dark, perennial second-stringers like Hawk & Dove and Hawkman, and even sparkly Twilight nonsense with the return of I, Vampire, but there's still plenty room for more. That's why today, I'm stepping in to play Armchair Editor with nine comics I'd like to see from DC's relaunch!

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ComicsAlliance Recaps ‘Smallville’ Episode 10.18: Booster

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Love it or hate it, the Smallville TV show has been one of the most popular mass media adaptations of a comic, reaching millions of viewers each week with stories of what Clark Kent's life was like before he became Superman. Now, we're marking its p

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Blue Beetle and Booster Gold’s ‘Smallville’ Looks Revealed

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The moment Jaime Reyes fans have been waiting for has arrived -- and there's a Booster Gold bonus. On April 22's Geoff Johns-penned "Booster" episode of Smallville, Booster Gold (Eric Martsolf) and Blue Beetle (Jaren Brandt Bartlett) make their small screen debut, and TV Guide has your first look at the duo in costume.DC Comics unveiled a Blue Beetle video teaser back in July, along with

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Live-Action ‘Blue Beetle’ Teaser Video Hits the Net

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Blue Beetle fans knew a "Blue Beetle" series was coming - they even saw a screen test, still images and a special effects reel footage showcasing Jaime Reyes' transformation from sleeping teen to armored superhero - but now they can see it in full, just as The Reach (or rather, DC Entertainment) intended.

From Comic-Con, comes the complete

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Screen Test for Live Action ‘Blue Beetle’ Leaves Us Psyched for San Diego

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As a huge fan of Jaime Reyes as Blue Beetle who has been mourning the cancellation of his ongoing series for months, I was pretty excited to hear Geoff Johns mention on Twitter that there might be more in store for Jaime, and even more excited when he recently posted stills from a screen test of a live-action Jaime Reyes Blue Beetle on DC's Source blog:

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DC Entertainment To Develop Live-Action ‘Blue Beetle’ Television Show?

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The "Blue Beetle" comic book series starring Jaime Reyes might be over, but we definitely haven't seen the last of the teen superhero in a starring capacity - not by a long shot. If DC Entertainment's Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns has his way, fans will get to see a "Blue Beetle" live-action television series at some point in the future

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The Blackest Night Blue Beetle You (Probably) Won’t Ever See

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Most every contemporary DC Comics reader is familiar with the Blue Beetle legacy. There's a mystical (alien) scarab passed from Dan Garret to Ted Kord (who it did nothing for) to finally Jamie Reyes who kicks it armor style

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DC Group Therapy

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This afternoon I have a better grasp of what to expect at a DC panel. No slides or videos. No lengthy speeches. No making us listen to people talk before getting to the audience Q&A. Nothing fancy. After a short round of introductions we go right to what

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