A few minutes before DC Comics Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns was scheduled to sign at Golden Apple in Hollywood on Comic Book Day, we sat for an exclusive interview. During our wide ranging conversation we talked about his run on Green Lantern and when he first realized it was coming to an end, Aquaman, his thoughts on digital comics, The CW’s Arrow, future DC properties on TV, his reaction after watching Man of Steel, future animated movies, the reaction to The New 52, the status of the Booster Gold TV series, future Green Lantern plans, his most prized comic book,the status of 100 Bullets, Wonder Woman, favorite DC Collectibles, and so much more. Hit the jump to either watch the interview or read the transcript.
It’s hard to believe it, but WonderCon 2013 is almost here. With just a few weeks left to go, Warner Bros. Television has announced which shows they will be brining to the convention. This year guests at WonderCon will be treated to advance screenings of upcoming episodes from hit dramas The Following, Arrow and Revolution, the world premiere of Teen Titans Go!, screenings/Q&A’s for all three shows, and special signings for Teen Titans Go! and Arrow.
Hit the jump to get more details on the Warner Bros. lineup for WonderCon 2013.
by Jonah Posted: July 19th, 2012 at 1:39 pm
Returning as shorts during Cartoon Network’s DC Nation, fans had already gotten a taste of Teen Titans Go! Featuring the same cast of characters and voice actors from the Teen Titans show that aired several years ago, the shorts focused on the comedy and chibi elements that permeated the original series. Featuring steady laughs and solid character design, the shorts were well received, so it was little surprise when Cartoon Network announced a full half hour show. At the DC Nation panel and press day for Comic Con International this year, fans and press got a chance to learn more about the upcoming series.
In a short video interview, Executive Producers Aaron Horvath and Michael Jelenic talked briefly about the new show. The duo talked the differences between Teen Titans and Teen Titans Go!, the similarities between the new show and MAD, as well as what fans were already saying about the show based on the shorts and a handful of promotional images. Check out the full interview after the jump.