Dan DiDio

DC's New Payment Plan Offers Colorist And Digital Royalties
A letter from DC Comics Co-Publishers Dan DiDio and Jim Lee to the company's freelancers has outlined a new payment policy that offers royalties to the creators of digital-first comics and colorists (previously, payments just a flat rate), and changes the structure of how all creators are paid.…
Giffen & DiDio Reunite For 'Infinity Man & Forever People'
Put as succinctly as possible, the Forever People are a bunch of space hippies with individual powers and gimmicks, but when they're in trouble they can combine to form the Infinity Man, who is a gestalt organism. First introduced in 1971, they are part of Jack Kirby's expansive Fourth World tapestr…
The ComicsAlliance Podcast, Episode 102
Welcome back to the ComicsAlliance podcast, covering the latest comic book entertainment news topics. Joining Senior Editors Andy Khouri and Caleb Goellner for this episode is CA writer Matt D. Wilson for a conversations about the the keynote address delivered by Image Comics Publisher Eric Stephens…
DC Returns To Weekly Comics And 3D Covers In October
DC Comics announced Thursday that not only is it bringing back the sometimes headache-inducing 3D covers it released with great fanfare during 2013's Villains Month in September, it's also launching yet another weekly series to accompany Batman Eternal and The New 52: Futures End.
An email from DC pu…
The Meaning And Impact Of Marvel and DC's 'House Styles'
Thumb through DC Comics' new releases this week and you'll find the above image -- a teaser for the upcoming Batman: Eternal weekly series -- in the back pages of a good many of them (all the books I saw, in fact).
I had to look up the artist who drew it. It's Detective Comics artist Jason Fabok, but…
Whoopi Goldberg Pitches Her Comic Idea At New York Comic Con
Anyway you look at it, Whoopi Goldberg has had an incredibly successful and varied career in entertainment (homegirl EGOTed, ya'll). But for some folks, her most recognizable role will forever be as Guinan from Star Trek: The Next Generation, so it seemed perfectly natural that she'd attend last wee…
DC Comics And "The Normal Course of Business" [Opinion]
It's a rough time to be a fan of DC's comics. The publisher has made so many problematic moves in the past couple of years that the brand is now as strongly associated with disgruntled talent and unhappy readers as it is with iconic characters like Superman and Batman.

In the wake of the …

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