Food: You can now feast upon special Captain America: The First Avengers grub at Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin-Robbins. Just be sure to go ride your bike for awhile or something afterward if you want to keep looking like a super soldier.
"DC Universe Online" is one of the most anticipated video game releases of the year. Well, it was one of the most anticipated video game releases of the year - it doesn't quite qualify for that status anymore, as the MMORPG has been delayed until early 2011.Sony Onl
Personnel changes continue at DC Entertainment this week. As reported by Bleedingcool and The Beat, SVP and Creative Director Richard Bruning, SVP of Brand Management Cheryl Rubin and SVP of Marketing and Sales Steve Rotterdam join a growing list of employees, including several prominent Vertigo editors, that h
News broke Friday that DC Entertainment's latest endeavor to bring the DC Comics characters to the wider media is a television series based on Wonder Woman, the world's most famous female superhero. Dead
Rumors swirled earlier this week around the question of whether or not layoffs were going to be a part of the ongoing DC Entertainment reorganizations. The LA Times blog reported that 50 people, or 20% of the 250 people on DC Comics's staff were to be
DC Entertainment stunned the industry today by announcing that the company would undertake a major restructuring -- but not the one that everyone had been expecting. Contrary to widespread rumors that said the company would be moving its entire operation to Los Angeles, DC announced that the publishing arm w
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:
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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