Dan DiDio

DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan DiDio Lists his 10 Favorite Projects of the Last 10 Years
It's been ten years since Dan DiDio first walked into DC Comics as a Vice President of Editorial, beginning a chain of events that led to the native New Yorker ascending to the position of Co-Publisher of the storied comic book house. Among the notable events DiDio's presided over in his time with DC include its ambitious run of weekly comic book series; the reinstallation of long-absent character
DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan DiDio: No ‘Crisis’ Events In DCnU
Compounding many longtime DC Comics fans' confusion with respect to the revised histories of the publisher's superhero characters, Co-Publisher Dan DiDio confirmed that tent-pole storylines Crisis On Infinite Earths, Infinite Crisis, Final Crisis and all such universe defining Crises did not occur in DC's New 52 universe...
‘Justice League’ #1 Scores More Than 200,000 Pre-Orders
With DC Comics' line-wide relaunch kicking off next week, the industry has been holding its collective breath wondering whether the publisher's gambit will be rewarded with sales proportional to the event's robust marketing efforts. According to Hero Complex, DC's strategy seems to be paying off -- at least superficially -- as the publisher reports Geoff Johns and Jim Lee's Justice League #1 has a
‘We Hear You': DC Comics Responds to Concerns About Few Female Creators
A few days ago, I wrote an editorial about DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan DiDio's response to fan concerns about the extremely low numbers of female creators involved in the DC Comics relaunch this September -- and, to be fair, mainstream comics more generally -- and the impact that such a disproportionate gender split has both on a company's culture and creatively, particularly if it is trying to rea
‘Superman: Earth One': Different Clothes, Same Hero [Review]
Superman: Earth One, the new graphic novel written by J. Michael Straczynski and drawn by Shane Davis, reboots the classic tale of the hero from Krypton, beginning with his arrival in Metropolis as a fashionably dressed 20-year-old and the choice he must make between living a life as a talented, ordinary man or becoming a hero...

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