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North American comic book characters are finding their way into the medium of manga a lot these past few years, with the likes of Deadpool, Batman, and The Joker getting their own series in the East, and DC Comics' Man of Steel is joining their ranks with a new manga series that has arrived in Japan. Released by Kodansha Publishers, the same company responsible for the manga run of properties such as Attack On Titan, Edens Zero, and Fate Grand Order to name a few, Superman is certainly in good company as DC Comics spreads its wings to new territory.
One of the most exciting revelations in last year’s Wonder Woman 1984 was seeing Lynda Carter appear as Asteria, a former champion of the Amazons, in the sequel. It’s since been confirmed that the 70-year-old actress, who is iconically known for playing Diana Prince in the '70s Wonder Woman TV series, will in fact be in Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman 3. Gal Gadot can’t hide how excited she is about the upcoming movie.
DC celebrated Diana’s 80th birthday with an empowering DC Fandome tribute and some exciting Amazon announcements. The Amazon Princess celebrated her 80th birthday at last weekend’s DC Fandome event. Super stars like Gal Gadot, Helen Mirren, Linda Carter, and Patty Jenkins shared how Wonder Woman inspired them. Meanwhile, an incredible team of comic book creators are gearing up for Diana’s biggest title event yet.
In the tradition of DCeased comes a terrifying new series from the twisted minds of James Tynion IV (Nice House on the Lake; Something is Killing the Children), Matthew Rosenberg (The Joker Presents: A Puzzlebox; 4 Kids Walk Into A Bank; Hawkeye), and Otto Schmidt that will tear the Justice League apart in their war with the undead! The Justice League has long protected Earth from all manner of foreign and alien invaders over the years, always keeping a vigilant eye to the skies for the next threat. But what if the threat was already walking the Earth…hiding in plain sight…watching…waiting for their moment to strike…
This week, actress Ruby Rose used social media to report accidents, abuse and an unstable environment on the set of recordings of Batwoman. And despite that, The CW had not spoken up until now. But a note released exclusively to CBR by a former teammate of the actress, who served in the production as a production assistant, tells another side of the story.
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In Shazam #4, readers learn the hero will head up his own branch of the Justice League in the future – but it will not go well at all. In the future, Shazam will lead his own version of the Justice League — with disastrous results. In Shazam #4, Black Adam gives Shazam a glimpse of his future, and when Shazam cracks a joke about leading a branch of the Justice League, he learns he eventually actually will. The issue, the last of the miniseries, is on sale now in print and digital.
The latest issue of Justice League: Last Ride features Martian Manhunter in a fiery state reminiscent of Dragon Ball Z’s Super Saiyans. Martian Manhunter has achieved a new state of power to aid the Justice League in their battle against Darkseid, and it may look oddly familiar to some fans.
As Billy Batson learns about what he did in Future State, one of his Justice League dreams is dashed by a Justice League curse. WARNING: The following contains spoilers for Shazam! #4, on sale now from DC Comics. As any young kid who becomes a real-life superhero would, Billy Batson...
Between franchise partnerships, entertainment crossovers and fashion collaborations, Fortnite is seemingly becoming the go-to platform for collaborations across genres. Most recently, the Epic Games title debuted a selection of Dune skins based on Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya‘s characters from the film, heightening the excitement surrounding the movie’s imminent unveiling. As with most Fortnite collaborations, the game’s Dune partnership arrives with a range of various props, including a Sand Walk emote, Twinblades for harvesting and Fremkits.
This animation series is about the American superheroes for the Cartoon Network. Coming straight from the DC Universe, this show has various new superheroes. The show is about how teenage superheroes manage the recent issues, and they are internally linked to the Justice League. And has completed four seasons by now.
Friday Night Previews continues on Bleeding Cool, wherein your pal Jude Terror enhances previews of all the Marvel and DC comics coming out each week with contractually obligated SEO-keyword-rich pithy comments and potentially misleading clickbait headlines to bring them up to standards with the rest of Bleeding Cool's content. Next in line is a preview of DC vs. Vampires #1, hitting stores on Tuesday. The concept: pretty much what it sounds like. DC heroes vs. vampires. That's a concept worth a twelve-issue mini-series if we've ever heard one! Check out a preview below.