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Everyone's favorite backwards-talking superheroine magician is coming to kick some butt in Injustice: Gods Among Us, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has confirmed. She'll be available August 13 for 400 MS points on Xbox Live and $4.99 on the PlayStation Network. While her stage magician attire varies, Zatanna's Injustice outfit seems pretty in line with her classic look rather than her gem'ed-out superhero outfit or her New 52 duds, although that could change depending on if different character skins become available down the road.
Zatanna is getting a promotion. Last night on Twitter, Justice League writer Geoff Johns revealed that the DCU's foremost magician will be joining its flagship team, starting with July's Justice League #22. The issue will also feature the debut of a new look for Zatanna, which takes inspiration
As hopeful as Justice League fans are about the possibility of DC Comics' flagship heroes teaming up in a proper feature film come 2015, it seems those currently enjoying the magical and mystical corner of DC's New 52 in titles like Swamp Thing and Justice League Dark have just as much to be excited about in the not-too-distant future. Following some early rumo
Hollywood has never had a first come, first serve policy for which comics heroes get their own feature films, but the oldest of old-school heroes may finally get his turn on the silver screen: According to The Hollywood Reporter's Heat Vision blog, Warner Bros. has picked up the rights to make
Brilliant artist, eminently approachable comic con celebrity and steadfast defender of Power Girl's boobs, Amanda Conner is one of our very favorite artists and today is her BIRTHDAY! In honor of this festive occasion, ComicsAlliance put together a gallery of artwork to reflect her career, which has included memorable work with characters including Vampirella, Power Girl, Catwoman, Supergirl, Painkiller Jane and many more of superhero comics' most beloved female icons. With a unique synthesis of humor, sass and sexiness, Conner's expressions of female characters are as empowering as they are endearing