DC CINEMA - From ArsTechnica: "Justice League: The Snyder Cut" black and white trailer - released Nov. 17th, 2020.
DC TV - From HBOMax: See HBO Max's "Titans" Season 1-Episode 1 ("Titans," 2018) for free - for the time being.
From HBOMax: See HBO Max's animated "Harley Quinn" Season1-Episode 1 ("Till Death Do Us Part," 2019) for free - for the time being.
DC COMICS - From GamesRadar: DC Comics is re-imagining "Batman" character, "Poison Ivy" for the Summer 2021 young adult graphic novel, "Vines 'N Roses."
DC TV - From DCBlog: Anna Diop of HBO Max's "Titans" shows off "Starfire's" new costume.
DC COMICS - From DCComics: Here is the "Future State" page.
From DCBlog: DC Future State Takes You Beyond Tomorrow
DC COMICS - From GamesRadar: A 1939 copy of Detective Comics #27, which features the first appearance of Batman, sold for $1.5 million via Heritage Auctions.
MARVEL - From GamesRadar: Of the comic books that Marvel Comics is cancelling is its comic book adaptation of "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker."
UK COMICS - From 2000AD: A look at Pat Mills and Rafael Busom's "Sugar Jones," as "The Best of Sugar Jones" collection arrives.
BOOKS - From BleedingCool: Book publisher Penguin Random House has fellow publisher, Simon & Shuster," for 2 billion dollars. That has created a mega-publisher and mega distributor with ramifications for comic book publishers.
DARK HORSE - From TheBeat: Dark Horse Comics will publish an original graphic novel from famed comics cover artist and illustrator, Dave McKean. Entitled "Raptor: A Sokol Graphic Novel," it will feature his first creator-owned character.
DC TV - From DCBlog: HBO Max will stream, "DMZ," the four-part television adaptation of the Vertigo comic book series, "DMZ" (2005-12) from writer Brian Wood and artist Riccardo Burchielli.
MANGA - From GamesRadar: Sony's investment arm, "Sony Innovation Fund," has reportedly invested in the new digital manga service, "Mangamo."
DC COMICS - From GamesRadar: A 7-foot tall statue of Batman is now on display in downtown Burbank, California.
DC COMICS - From Deadline: DC Comics will introduce its first non-binary hero in "Kid Quick," who will appear in DC's holiday-themed comics anthology, "DC's Merry Multiverse."
COMICS - From THR: Writer Steve Niles, the creator of "30 Days of Night," has formed a multi-platform production company, "Monster Forge Productions," with artist Shannon Eric Denton.
DC TV - From Variety: The CW is cancelling its superhero TV series, "Black Lightning," after its upcoming Season 4.
MARVEL - From Previews: Marvel Comics releases a trailer for the first chapter of "Enter the Phoenix," the new Avengers story line that opens in "Avengers #40."
DC CINEMA - From Deadline: Warner Bros. will release "Wonder Woman 1984" Dec. 25th, 2020 in U.S. and to stream on HBO Max. The film will reportedly be released overseas on Dec. 16th.
DISNEY BOOKS - From SFWA: The Walt Disney Company apparently is not paying royalties owed to veteran novelist Alan Dean Foster for books he wrote and that they now own.
DC CINEMA - From WeGotThisCovered: Actress Amber Heard played "Mera" in Warner Bros.'s hit film, "Aquaman" (2018). Rumors say the studio will expand her role in the sequel and possibly develop a Mera film for her. The latter is reportedly contingent on continued favorable rulings for Heard in her long-running and ugly legal battle with her ex-husband, Johnny Depp.
COMICS TO TV - From ComicBook: Actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan says that there is still a chance is notorious character from "The Walking Dead," Negan, might still get a spinoff TV series.
MARVEL - From GamesRadar: Hasbra has said that the Transformers and the X-Men will crossover in some way in 2021 as part of its "Tranformers Collaborative" line.
DC CINEMA - From BloodyDisgusting: Zack Snyder teases a new look for Jared Leto as the "Joker" in "Justice League."
MANGA - From ANN: Revered manga creator, Naoki Urasawa, who is best known for manga such as "Monster" and "20th Century Boys," says that he is making an anime.
MANGA - From Kotaku: Naruto creator, Masashi Kishimoto, will start writing the sequel, "Boruto," beginning with Chapter 52. Ukyo Kodachi has been writing the series since Chapter 1.
DC TV - From Deadline: The CW is developing a "Wonder Girl" TV series and the series lead may be a Latina.
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: Vixen will apparently be the first feature in DC's upcoming digital anthology comic, "Truth & Justice."
COMICS - From GamesRadar: Kaare Andrews talks about his new teen superhero, "E-Ratic."
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: Eisner Award-winning artist, Sanford Greene, said in an interview that he is working on comics projects with Patton Oswalt and Milestone Media.
DC CINEMA - From Variety: Director James Gunn confirms that Sylvester Stallone has joined his film, "The Suicide Squad."
DC CINEMA - From Deadline: Apparently, there is still lots of debate about the release date and release platform for "Wonder Woman 1984." It involves Christmas Day, HBO Max, PVOD, etc.
DC COMICS - From DCComics: DC provides a preview of "Week One" of the "Justice League: Endless Winter" event, which begins with titles shipping December 8, 2020.
DC COMICS - From THR: DC Comics has announced a new anthology series, "Truth & Justice." It will launch digitally with print releases to follow. The series will showcase "the catalog of characters in the DC library."
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: Is DC Comics leaving comic book shops and quitting conventions?
IMAGE COMICS - From BleedingCool: Writer Geoff Johns and artist Gary Frank's creator-owned series, "Geiger," will be published by Image Comics.
MARVEL - From Inverse: An article about the comic book that inspired the upcoming Disney+ series, "WandaVision." That would be Tom King's "The Vision" miniseries.
DC TV - From Deadline: The CW is developing a "Black Lighting" spinoff series for the character "Painkiller," which actor Jordan Calloway will play. The series will be developed via a "backdoor pilot," which is when an episode of an existing TV series (in this case "Black Lightning") will introduce Painkiller.
DC COMICS - From GamesRadar: All Batman publications from now through September 2021.
MANGA - From BleedingCool: Japanese comic book publisher, Enmaku is publishing their first mini-series, Ninja World USA, aimed at the US market and released digitally on the 20th of November.
MARVEL - From BET: Adidas And Marvel Will Release Spider-Man: Miles Morales Sneakers
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: More senior DC Comics staff has reportedly been laid off
CONVENTIONS - From BleedingCool: ReedPop is moving the next editions of both "Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo (C2E2) and "Emerald City Comic Con" (ECCC) to December 2021.
MARVEL - From BleedingCool: Legendary X-Men writer, Chris Claremont, will be part of Marvel Comics' upcoming "X-Men: Legends" ongoing series.
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: Rumor says that writer Geoff Johns and artist Jason Fabok will produce a one-shot sequel to their mega-hit miniseries, "Batman: The Three Jokers."
FANTAGRAPHICS-DISNEY - From BleedingCool: Fantagraphics Books will collect the the "Uncle Scrooge" comics of beloved Disney comic book artist, William Van Horn, in "Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge: Pie in the Sky: Disney Masters Vol. 18."
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: Marie Javins is now the full Editor-in-Chief at DC Comics.
DC COMICS - From ComicBook: Karl Kerschl introduces the newest Robin, "Mia 'Maps' Mizoguchi." She will debut in the upcoming "Batman: Black and White" relaunch.
MARVEL - From ComicBook: Marvel publisher John Nee is no longer with the company. Nee was among a number of Disney employees furloughed as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
BIDEN-HARRIS! - From BleedingCool: Comics creator react to Joe Biden and Kamala Harris winning the 2020 Presidential election.
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: DC Comics will collect writer Jesse Leon McCann and artist Min Sung Ku's "Krypto the Superdog" (2006-07) comic book series as a graphic novel in its "DC Kids" line.
MANGA - From 411Mania: Yen Press announces Nov. 10 digital launch for Tetsuya Naito manga, "New Japan Academy."
DISNEY - From MousePlanet: Writer John Korkis reprints an interview he conducted with classic Mickey Mouse newspaper comic strip artist, Floyd Gottfredson.
DC COMICS - From DCComics: The publisher provides an exclusive first look at "Justice League #56," which arrives in story on or around Tues., Nov. 10th.
COMICS - From CBR: Acclaimed comic book writer, Grant Morrison, comes out as non-binary.
TOYS-COLLECTIBLES - From BleedingCool: The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles return to the 1980s with FiGPiN enamel pins.
COMICS - From CBR: Dianne Buscema-Gerogianis is trying to recover multiple pieces of original comics art that was created by her father, the late great John Buscema. The art work was recently stolen from her family.
DC COMICS - From GamesRadar: The site has a preview of DC Comics' upcoming "Punchline #1"
DARK HORSE - From BleedingCool: Mike Mignola announces a line of books collecting "essential" Hellboy comics, "Hellboy Universe Essentials."
DC TO FILM - From YahooEntertainment: Actor Joe Manganiello post a photo of himself sporting the blue mohawk that he will wear as the villain"Deathstroke" in Zach Snyder's "Justice League."
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: The site reports rumors that say that DC Comics may be abandoning the idea of single "DC Universe." It would be replaced by a kind of "omniverse" in which characters and comic books would have their own universe or at least play fast and loose with history.
COMICS UK - From 2000AD: The new episode of "The 2000 AD Thrill-Cast Lockdown Tapes" podcast features artist Greg Staples, who has worked in comic books, video games, and movies and on "Magic: The Gathering" cards.
MARVEL - From ScreenRant: How Marvel Comics' monsters changed the face of comic book heroes.
DC COMICS - From Newsarama: Writer James Tynion IV is working on a second "Batman family" title for 2021.
COMICS TO FILM - From ShadowandAct: Wesley Snipes denies that he tried to strangle director David Goyer on the set of the 2004 film, "Blade: Trinity," a claim made by co-star, actor and comedian Patton Oswalt.
INTERVIEW - From TheBeat: Joe Grunenwald interview comics writer, Peter Milligan, about his new comic book, "Happy Hour" (Ahoy Comics).
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: George Perez's "Wonder Woman" gets the "Absolute" treatment. "Absolute Wonder Woman: Gods And Mortals" will reprint Perez's classic run on "Wonder Woman #1-14" from 1986 and 1987 as well as his Wonder Woman work for "Who's Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe #26" and the "Who's Who Update 1987 #1-3." 360 pages long, for $125, the volume will be published on the 20th of July, 2021.
FANTAGRAPHICS - From Forbes: The site takes a look at Fantagraphics upcoming three-volume box set, "The Complete Hate," which collects the totality of Peter Bagge's seminal alt-comix series. That includes all the issues of "Hate" (1990-98) and the "Hate Annuals" (1999-2011).
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: DC Comics announces new young adult graphic novel and hero with, "Whistle: A New Gotham Hero," due May 2021.
COMICS - From BubbleBlabber: A look back at Bongo Comics' "Treehouse of Horror" comic books, which are, of course, based on "The Simpsons" TV series' annual special episode of the same name.
MARVEL - From ValdostaDailyTimes: A look back at "The Ulimates."
MANGA - From CBR: 10 Forgotten Manga Written By Legendary Creators Before Their Most Famous Works
MARVEL - From GamesRadar: With the news of the casting of the Disney+ "Moon Knight" series, the site offers "Who is Moon Knight and what are his powers?"
SCANDAL - From BleedingCool: Tony Gushee, the owner of "Apache Comics & Toys" of Mesa, Arizona, is facing a murder trial!
PALESTINE - From BleedingCool: In an interview for the CBC (Canadian state broadcaster) with acclaimed comics creator, Joe Sacco, the title of one of Sacco's most acclaimed works came up, "Palestine." Later, the mention of the word "Palestine" was both censored and apologized for.
DC COMICS - From BusinessInsider: Two Black former DC Comics editors describe the career obstacles they faced, from white leadership saying they'd never be promoted to their achievements being undercut.
DC COMICS - From DCBlog: A beginner's guide to DC Comics horror.
DC FUTURE STATE:
From GamesRadar: What is DC saying about the post "Future State" Batman title?
From GamesRadar: DC Future State "Flash" will be part of a gender-swapped "Teen Titans."
From TheBeat: A first look at "Nubai," the classic Wonder Woman character as she will be in DC Future State's "Immortal Wonder Woman."
From BleedingCool: DC Comics will make all their "Future State" comic books returnable for comic book stores.
From GamesRadar: DC Future State Superman and Justice League January 2021 solicitations
From GamesRadar: DC Future State Batman January 2021 solicitations
From GamesRadar: "DC Future State" reveals the Next Batman, the fate of Bruce Wayne, and a whole new line of titles
From GamesRadar: "DC Future State" details.
NOVEMBER 2020 COMICS SOLICITATIONS:
From BleedingCool: Abaze for November 2020
From BleedingCool: AfterShock Comics for November 2020
From BleedingCool: Ahoy Comics for November 2020
From BleedingCool: Archie Comics for November 2020
From BleedingCool: Behemoth Comics for November 2020
From BleedingCool: BOOM! Studios for November 2020
From BleedingCool: Dark Horse Comics for November 2020
From BleedingCool: DC Comics for November 2020
From BleedingCool: Hero Collector for November 2020
From BleedingCool: IDW Publishing for November 2020
From BleedingCool: Image Comics for November 2020
From BleedingCool: Marvel Comics for November 2020
From BleedingCool: Oni Press/Lion Forge for November 2020
From BleedingCool: Scout Comics for November 2020
From BleedingCool: Titan Comics for November 2020
From BleedingCool: Valiant Entertainment for November 2020
From BleedingCool: Vault Comics for November 2020
From BleedingCool: Zenescope Entertainment for November 2020
From BleedingCool: Antarctic Press for December 2020
From BleedingCool: Archie Comics for December 2020
From BleedingCool: BOOM! Studios for December 2020
From BleedingCool: Chapterhouse for December 2020
From BleedingCool: Oni Press for December 2020
From 2000AD: Rebellion Comics for December 2020
From BleedingCool: Titan Comics for December 2020