An entire generation's fondness for anime can be traced back to one programming block on Cartoon Network called Toonami. Toonami is a well of nostalgia for millennials whose introduction to anime included Dragon Ball Z, Gundam Wing, Sailor Moon and other classics.
One of the best evil Superman stories ever told continues on April 11, when DC Comics reunites writer Tom Taylor and lead artist Bruno Redondo to explore what happened between Injustice: Gods Among Us and Injustice 2.
Warner Bros. animation first announced an adaptation of the iconic Teen Titan story arc by Marv Wolfman and George Perez over a decade ago — but it's only now finally making its way to reality. A lot's changed for the Titans since then, however, so our first look at the new movie gives us a few hints as to what'll be different for the film.
This is Miguel as Ignis, who knows exactly how to season a kill.
Carol Danvers has had a rough few months being raked through the mud that was Civil War II. But she has a new comic series out this week, and perhaps more importantly to Marvel, a movie scheduled for 2019. So after spending the almost a year giving her a position she could not defend without coming across as awful, Marvel is trying to re-invigorate the Carol Corps.
Late last year, Boom Studio's ongoing Power Rangers series shocked fans with the revelation of a major new player pulling the strings behind the comic's ongoing story: that Rita Repulsa was working with a sinister new ranger ominously called Lord Drakkon. But it turns out that's not his real identity, which was revealed in today's issue.
Hollywood is keen to do its own version of Attack on Titan. According to Deadline, Warner Bros. is currently negotiating for the rights.
Harleen Quinzel might just be the most famous example of a comic book icon who wasn't actually made for the comics she stars in — but her co-creator, Paul Dini, has written several comics starring the character since she first debuted in Batman: The Animated Series over two decades ago. But now, Dini is returning to Harley with a new set of stories for one of his most famous creations.