Warner Bros. Animation and Cartoon Network have released the teaser trailer for DC Nation that aired last Friday during the premiere of Green Lantern: The Animated Series. Produced by WB and DC Entertainment, DC Nation is a block of Cartoon Network programming dedi
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Though Batman: The Brave and The Bold is drawing to a close this year on Cartoon Network, Batfans won't be without an animated incarnation of the Caped Crusader for long. The CG animated Beware the Batman is coming in 2013, as revealed by Warner Bros. Animation executive vice presiden
File under "no-brainer": Cartoon Network will launch next year a programming initiative based entirely around DC Comics. Called DC Nation, the on-air and online content block will be overseen by Warner Bros. Animation and is part of WB and
Today at the DC Nation panel at New York Comic Con 2010, Dan DiDio, Bob Wayne, Jeff Lemire, Jim Lee, Bryan Q. Miller and new Editor-in-Chief Bob Harras, introduced "Lost in Translation" style as "Mister Bob Harris!"
The panel was definitely dominated by DiDio (until he had his mic taken away from him -- we'll get to that), with new Editor-in-Chief Bob Harras's newness to the job being the butt of more than a few jokes. Whether Harras's
The first DC Comics panel of Fan Expo 2010, "DC Nation," kicked off with DC Entertainment Co-Publisher Dan DiDio, "Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne" artist Chris Sprouse, Brian Azzarello ("First Wave") Jeff Lemire ("The Atom"), and a late appearance from artist Francis Manapul ("The Flash"). They discussed
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 "
The DC Nation panel Q&A session at Emerald City Comic-Con on Saturday afternoon jumped into several controversial issues in the comics world, including the recent death of Lian Harper and the Marvel Comics promotion that invited retailers to strip covers off DC books. It also featured revelations ab
I have been looking forward to the Baltimore Comic-Con for quite a while. While Baltimore is not on the same size as a Wizard World show or San Diego it is still one of my favorite events of the year. T