A while back, you may remember my post on next month’s debut of “Justice League of America” from DC Comics. The first issue, featuring Dearborn-based Green Lantern Simon Baz and Detroit-based Vibe (Cisco “Paco” Ramone), will be out Feb. 20 and feature 52 variant covers, one for each state, plus Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico. … Continue Reading →
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I never thought I’d ever be remotely interested in attending the North American International Auto Show at Cobo Center, but I came close this year. (Yes, I’ll admit it: I’ve lived around the Motor City almost all my life and am a total car-gnostic (carpathetic?). Usually, I just couldn’t care less about cars.) But the … Continue Reading →
It took less than a day for Green Brain Comics in Dearborn to go through its 125 tickets for Friday’s signing by Metro Detroit native and DC bigwig Geoff Johns. The 5-7 p.m. signing was a perk for interested people who picked up “Green Lantern” No. 0 from the store. Tickets were limited because of … Continue Reading →
Two of Hollywood’s hottest young stars had superhero movies this summer that just came out on video. (Well, three if you count “Thor,” but that was earlier on both counts.) One is much better than the other, and I don’t think it’ll be any surprise to see which my opinion favors. I’m a big DC … Continue Reading →
Got a great email this morning from Warner Bros. with the voice cast for the next animated Justice League movie, “Justice League: Doom.” It’ll be out in early 2012 and reunites a bunch of voice alumni from Cartoon Network’s beloved series: Tim Daly as Superman, Kevin Conroy as Batman, Michael Rosenbaum as Flash, Susan Eisenberg … Continue Reading →
It’s been two years since the animated “Green Lantern: First Flight,” and we’re at the peak of Lantern Fever with the new theatrical movie coming out next week. So it was only logical that Warner Bros. would go green for its latest direct-to-video animated feature, “GL: Emerald Knights.” It’s too bad the film does little … Continue Reading →