DC COMICS - From DCBlog: Writer Mark Waid talks about the "explosvie twist" in the series, "Batman vs. Robin."
DC STUDIOS - From CBR: Warner Bros. reportedly begged "Joker" director, Todd Phillips, to take the job leading DC Studios, but like many people in Hollywood, he did not want the job.
From Variety: "Shazam" actor Zachary Levi, defends DC Studios bosses, James Gunn and Peter Safran, saying, "Give them time to create something special."
From Variety: After meeting with James Gunn, co-chair of DC Studios, actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson says that his superhero character, Black Adam, star of the recent film, will not appear in the first chapter of the new universe of DC Comics films.
From BleedingCool: DC-Studios co-boss, James Gunn, says he won't be bullied ... more or less.
COMICS - From BleedingCool: AfterShock Comics has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The publisher also owes a lot of creators.
DC STUDIOS - From THR: Henry Cavill's cameo as "Superman" and Gal Gadot's cameo as "Wonder Woman" have been removed from "The Flash" movie.
DC COMICS - From DCBlog: The great Jerry Ordway talks about his return to Stan Lee's "Just Imagine" in the new anthology, "Tales from Earth-6: A Celebration of Stan Lee."
SONY SPIDER-MAN U - From THR: Writer-director-producer Donald Glover ("Atlanta") is attached to star in and produce a movie for Sony's Spider-Man universe. It will focus on the villain, "the Hypno-Hustler," which debuted in "Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man #24."
DC STUDIOS - From Deadline: James Gunn, co-Chair and co-CEO of DC Studios, is writing a Superman film, but actor Henry Cavill will not return as Superman/Clark Kent. Meanwhile, Ben Affleck will remain at DC Studios - as a director and not as Batman/Bruce Wayne.
MARVEL - From BleedingCool: Greg Capullo is moving to Marvel Comics, first drawing covers and then drawing an unnamed project.
FANTAGRAPHICS - From TheNewYorker: The New Yorker's Sam Thielman profiles the long-running indie comic book, "Love and Rockets," and its creators, brothers Gilbert and Jaime Hernandez.
DC ANIMATION - From DCBlog: "How Kevin Conroy Became Our Batman" by Alex Jaffe
DC STUDIOS - From Variety: The tricky road ahead for DC Studios.
MARVEL STUDIOS - From Deadline: The Library of Congress has unveiled its annual list of 25 movies to make the cut for the National Film Registry. The 2022 class includes Marvel Studios' "Iron Man."
DC STUDIOS - From THR: Director Patty Jenkins says that there was nothing she could do to move "Wonder Woman 3" forward, in the wake of the film's cancellation.
MILLARWORLD - From THR: Mark Millar has announced his next Millarworld/Netflix comic book project, "The Ambassadors," a series with global potential.
EN MEMORIAM - From TheDailyCartoonist: American freelance cartoonist, Don Orehek, died at the age of 94 on November 6, 2022. Orehek was a prolific book, magazine, and newspaper gag cartoonist, who best known association was the American humor magazine, "Cracked." His work also appeared in "Good Housekeeping," "Playboy," and "The Saturday Evening Post," to name a few.
DC STUDIOS - From THR: "Wonder Woman 3" is supposedly no longer happening, but new DC Studios bosses, James Gunn and Peter Safran, are supposedly prepping a multi-year plan for DC Comics films.
From THR: James Gunn, DC Studios co-chair and co-CEO, responds to "The Hollywood Reporter's" story about the transition period for the studios film, which included news that "Wonder Woman 3" has been cancelled.
DC TV - From Deadline: The CW's superhero television series, "The Flash," will debut its ninth and final season February 8th, 2023.
DC COMICS - From CBR: The anthology one-shot, "Shazam! Fury of the Gods Special: Shazamily Matters #1," features stories co-written by Shazam! star Zachary Levi and actors Grace Caroline Currey, Ross Butler, D.J. Cotrona, Adam Brody and Faithe Herman. The issue also features contributions made by Fury of the Gods screenwriter Henry Gayden and other comic creators, such as Colleen Doran, Josh Trujillo and Tim Seeley.
EN MEMORIAM - From TheBeat: Cartoonist and Underground Comics creator, Aline Kominsky-Crumb, has died at the age of 74, Tuesday, November 29, 2022. Kominsky-Crumb was one of the first of the underground cartoonists to produce autobiographical comics. She was part of the "Wimmen's Comix" collective. Along with the late Diane Noomin, she was a contributor to and editor of the "Twisted Sisters" comics anthology. Aline was married to legendary Underground Comics creator, R. Crumb, with whom she had a daughter, cartoonist Sophia Crumb.
From DrawnandQuarterly: D&W functionary Peggy Burns speaks on the late Aline Kominsky-Crumb.
DC COMICS - From DarkKnightNews: There is a YouTube preview video for the updated edition of the book, "Batman: The Definitive History of the Dark Knight in Comics, Film, and Beyond." which you can see via the "Dark Knight News" article about the book.
EUROCOMICS TO FILM - From THR: Comic book legend, Frank Miller ("Daredevil," "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns"), is the writer for Studio Canal's television miniseries based on the legendary European comic, "Corto Maltese."
DYNAMITE - From BleedingCool: Writer Christopher Priest and artist Michael Sta. Maria launch a new "Draculina" comic book series, "Draculina: Blood Simple."