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DC's Geoff Johns Reveals What Brought Him Back to the World of Flashpoint Beyond and Thomas Wayne's Lethal Batman

DC fans have the chance to return to the Flashpoint universe in Flashpoint Beyond, and it all begins in Flashpoint Beyond #0. Thomas Wayne never thought he would wake up to this world again, yet here he is, and his search for answers will take him to come dark places. Flashpoint Beyond #0 is written by Geoff Johns, drawn by Eduardo Risso, colored by Trish Mulvihill, and lettered by Rob Leigh, and the team has already kicked off this universe-spanning mystery in unforgettable fashion. had the chance to speak to Johns all about the big first issue. If you haven't read the issue yet, spoilers are incoming, so you've been warned.
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Flashpoint Batman Returns in New Series From Geoff Johns

Writer Geoff Johns is returning to the world of Flashpoint with a new miniseries starring Thomas Wayne, the Batman of the Flashpoint universe. In the series, which launches in the spring, the Flashpoint Batman will be tasked with figuring out a mystery worthy of a Dark Knight Detective: how did his universe survive the end of Flashpoint, and why is he still alive? Aiding him in this mystery is a setting that looks familiar to readers of 52 and the 2007-2001 volume of Booster Gold: a chalkboard, loaded with cryptic hints, and surrounded by clocks. Could it be that part of Thomas Wayne's research has taken him either to Vanishing Point, or to one of Rip Hunter's time labs in Arizona and Pittsburgh?
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Geoff Johns Back At DC Comics With 'Flashpoint Beyond'

DC Comics announces a new comic book series from Geoff Johns with Flashpoint Beyond, with art by Eduardo Risso. Details include Flashpoint Beyond will be a six-issue mini-series written by Geoff Johns, Jeremy Adams, and Tim Sheridan, with art by Xermánico, available bi-weekly Starting on April 19. Find the...

DC's Stargirl creator Geoff Johns dives deep on the arrival of Green Lantern's daughter Jade

DC's Stargirl is getting green with envy this season. Ever since titular teen superhero Courtney (Brec Bassinger) stole the Green Lantern power battery in season 1, fans have been wondering when the payoff would come with an actual Green Lantern's arrival on the CW series. And thanks to the season 2 trailer, we now know that payoff is actually coming in the form of Green Lantern…'s daughter, Jade.

‘Stargirl’ Boss Geoff Johns Breaks Down The Season 2 Premiere

DC’s Stargirl is finally back for Season 2, and the show is ready to bring on the bad guys. Spoilers for the Season 2 premiere, “Summer School: Chapter One” past this point, but after a quiet few weeks in Blue Valley, not only did we meet the disturbing entity known as Eclipso, but Cindy Burman (Meg DeLacy) is back, and ready to build a Young Injustice Society to take down Stargirl (Brec Bassinger) and her heroic pals. And to do it, she’s going to recruit… Mikey (Trae Romano)?

‘Stargirl’: Geoff Johns Teases Upcoming Arrowverse Crossover

Geoff Johns has opened up about how Jay Garrick’s appearance in the second season of Stargirl opens up the series to the Arrowverse. Stargirl is set to return for its second season in less than a month, leaving many fans excited to see the continuing adventures of Courtney Whitmore, a high school student who wields the power of the Cosmic Staff. The series acts in parallel to the Arrowverse, as the characters from the teen series appeared in the Crisis On Infinite Earths specials. While it has been established that Stargirl is connected to the Arrowverse, a monumental crossover of sorts hasn’t happened yet. However, it has been confirmed that The Flash’ Jay Gerrick is set to appear in the second season.

DC's Stargirl: Geoff Johns Teases Mini Arrowverse Crossover in Season 2

In just under a month, DC's Stargirl returns for its second season, and while The CW series has plenty of exciting elements in store for fans—including the arrival of the terrifying villain Eclipso and the introduction of Jade, daughter of original Green Lantern Alan Scott—one thing that DC fans are especially excited about is the Arrowverse "crossover" of sorts happening when The Flash star John Wesley Shipp brings Jay Garrick to the series. Shipp is set to guest star in the ninth episode of the season where he'll play Jay as the Golden Age Flash and a member of Earth-2's Justice Society of America. According to series creator Geoff Johns, Shipp's appearance on DC's Stargirl will directly connect the series with the greater Arrowverse in the flashback episode and may open the door to more crossovers in the future.

Geoff Johns Teases Jay Garrick’s Upcoming Appearance In Stargirl Season 2

Geoff Johns Teases Jay Garrick’s Upcoming Appearance In Stargirl Season 2. Stargirl wasn’t originally conceived as being part of The CW’s Arrowverse. But thanks to Crisis on Infinite Earths, the shows now inhabits a neighboring timeline. And in an upcoming episode of Stargirl’s second season, Courtney Whitmore will cross paths with Earth-2’s Jay Garrick, as John Wesley Shipp reprises his role from The Flash. During a recent press conference (via EW), showrunner Geoff Johns hinted at what this means for the series’ future.

Geoff Johns Blocked Bridgerton Star From Being Cast as Superman's Grandfather in Krypton

There is little doubt that Regé-Jean Page is currently one of the hottest actors around thanks to his star-making role in Bridgerton. However, it looks like Page missed out on being a part of the DC universe. A new report reveals that Page almost played Superman's grandfather Seg-El in Krypton but Geoff Johns had blocked the casting.
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In Geiger, Geoff Johns pens another Arab character into the comic world

There’s no doubt, comic book fans are well aware of Geoff Johns illustrious career. Whether writing for some of the DC Comics’ most iconic series, being the creative force behind some of the company’s biggest movie hits, or serving in various executive capacities, Johns’ time in the industry is nothing short of legendary.

Former DC Films Co-President Geoff Johns Allegedly Opposed Superman Having A Black Grandfather In KRYPTON

Yesterday, Zack Snyder's Justice League star Ray Fisher finally opened up about his issues with Joss Whedon and Geoff Johns. The Avengers director has been painted in a terrible light, and the odds of him working in Hollywood again seem pretty slim. As for Johns, he continues to work on various DC films, TV shows, and comics, but his future could also be in question.