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Tuesday night, news surfaced that Warner Bros. had reportedly placed exec Jon Berg andDC Entertainment Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns in charge of the DC Films division. Johns addressed the report and DC itself during a meeting with Vulture, where he made it clear that he believes the brand needs hope and optimism. Though he…Read more
As they’re gearing up to send their heroes clashing, Marvel Comics revealed the teams for their upcoming Civil War II event last week. This weekend at C2E2, some new details on Civil War II tie-in comics for the event were revealed. First up is Civil War II: Choosing Sides, an anthology series wherein each issue will focus on a…Read more
Spider-Man was a key part of the original Civil War, and that’s continuing this year in both the Captain America: Civil Warmovie and the upcoming Civil War II comic book event. At Chicago’s C2E2, Marvel announced a new tie-in series beginning in June called Civil War II: Amazing Spider-Man. As series writer Christos Gage tells…Read more
It’s being said Warner Bros. is developing a Lobo movie with their Wonder Woman writer, Jason Fuchs, on board to write the screenplay. According to The Wrap, following Wonder Woman, WB has confidence in Fuchs, so much so that they are allowing Fuchs to start from scratch with his own take on Lobo. A Lobo…Read more
DC Comics’ upcoming Hanna-Barbera line of comics is one of the boldest decisions Warner Bros has made with those properties in a long time, and DC seem committed to treating the individual series as just as important as its main line of superhero books. With veteran creators like Keith Giffen on the books, DC is throwing its full weight behind the new line, and has unveiled new variant covers for Scooby Apocalypse and Future Quest by superstar artists like Steve Rude, Neal Adams and Bill Sienkiewicz.
Sienkiewicz and Rude’s covers are for the upcoming Future Quest series by Jeff Parker and Evan “Doc” Shaner, which unites all of your favorite sci-fi and fantasy themed Hanna-Barbera characters and seems to be headlined by the characters from Space Ghost and Johnny Quest.
Neal Adams and Howard Porter provide covers for Scooby Apocalypse, which is reportedly based on an original concept by Jim Lee and Keith Giffen, with Giffen and Porter heading up the book. It drops the Mystery, Inc gang in a post-apocalyptic world where nanites have ravaged the population, turning people into mutated monsters.
Also part of DC’s new line of Hanna-Barbara comics are new series’ for Wacky Races, and The Flintstones. The Flintstones seems to be a modern take on the original stone-age family written by Mark Russell, and character designs by Amanda Conner. Wacky Races Land by Ken Pontac and Leonard Manco is a bit more out there, and is set in an assumedly different post-apocalyptic world than the Scooby Doo series, and re-imagines the cartoon with a Mad Max twist, with vehicles designs by Fury Road’s Mark Sexton.
Check out the variant covers below, as well as the standard covers for Future Quest and Scooby Apocaylpse by Doc Shaner and Jim Lee.
Source : (ComicsAlliance – http://comicsalliance.com/dc-hanna-barbera-variant-covers/)
DC Co-Publisher Jim Lee has revealed that he’ll be joined by writer Rob Williams on the upcoming Rebirth relaunch ofSuicide Squad. Lee announced Williams’ involvement during his keynote presentation at last weekend’s In Store Convention Kick-Off event. This new run will begin in the fall with Suicide Squad Special #1 before going into a bi-monthly…Read more