Warner Bros. has announced that Wonder Woman will be played by 28 year-old Israeli actress and model Gal Gadot in the currently untitled 2015 Superman-Batman live-action movie. More after the jump.
Kotobukiya’s new Bishoujou Wonder Woman is finally up for pre-order, and just in time for some juicy Wonder Woman-based Batman vs. Superman gossip. Check out the details – and the pictures – after the jump.
Could one of TV's greatest villains be taking on the role of one of comics' greatest villains? Hit the jump for more on whether or not Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston is set for the role of Lex Luthor in the upcoming Man of Steel sequel!
Get your Daredevil jokes ready, internet: Ben Affleck just got cast as the next Batman in Zack Snyder’s new Batman/Superman project. Hit the jump for more details.
The Avengers showed us what comic book movies are capable of with continuity and a shared universe--now, DC is hoping for the same magic with an upcoming crossover film featuring Superman and Batman! Hit the jump for details on Superman & Batman, the upcoming kickoff point for the DC Cinematic Universe!
One of the greatest debates in the world—no, the UNIVERSE—is who would win in a death battle between Goku and Superman. Well, the folks at ScrewAttack have gone well out of their way to answer that very question in a 30+ minute video, so prepare for the astounding results after the jump!
Superman isn't just a superhero, he's the original superhero, setting the template for every other do-gooder who came after him. Screenwriter David S. Goyer found writing the upcoming Superman reboot Man of Steel to be a real challenge--more after the jump!
Following a recent poster that had Supes in shackles, a more revealing second trailer for Man of Steel has arrived. Directed by Zack Snyder (300, Watchmen, Sucker Punch) and produced by The Dark Knight's Christopher Nolan, the next crack at taking Superman to the big screen hits theaters in 2013. See how it's shaping up past the jump!
Many Japanese people think that foreign comics are simpler than Japanese manga, but Ame-comi (American comics) and "bande dessinee" (comics produced for French and Belgian readers) have their fans and advocates. To recognize and promote non-native comics translated for Japanese audiences, a Gaiman Award polled readers to find the best of 2012. See the results after the jump.
With the success of Marvel movies such as The Avengers, rival comics publisher is looking to make up for lost group, building up to a Justice League team up movie, supposedly featuring Darkseid as its villain. In the near term, the next big project is Man of Steel, the reboot of the Superman movies from Zack Snyder (300), Christopher Nolan (Dark Knight), and David S. Goyer (Dark Knight). See the question raising new poster after the jump.
Veteran anime watchers know that Superman and Wonder Woman marry, move to Graviton City, Japan and raise a daughter named A-ko and she develops a fierce rivalry with Iron Man's daughter, B-ko. Or at least that was the implicit back story of 1986's action comedy Project A-ko. Decades later, DC Comics is pulling the trigger on the S & W pairing. More after the jump.
DC Comics has recently spun their line of Ame-Comi bishoujo figures into its own "Japanese manga-style" digital comics, but the original 3D versions are also still getting some love from the publisher. Harley Quinn is getting a second version, while Superman villain(ess) Brainiac is being represented as what looks like a busty version of a Matrix squid. Get a peep after the jump.
Cartoon Network's DC Nation is back this Saturday with new episodes of Young Justice and Green Lantern, and shorts including “DC World’s Funnest” from Aardman Studios (Wallace and Gromit). Thundercats also returns with the origin of Tygra in “Native Son.” Check out an early look after the jump.
This week's Saturday morning Cartoon Network DC Nation block kicks off the Superman of Tokyo shorts, plus new super-deformed Teen Titans and full episodes of Green Lantern and Young Justice. Get an early look after the jump.
Cartoon Network is preparing the launch of DC Nation, programming built around DC superheroes with shows like the CG animation, Beware the Batman. To promote this, Aardman Films, of Wallace and Gromit fame, was contracted to render the some DC characters in claymation. Check it out after the jump.