Monday, February 18, 2008

JLA #21 Solicited

Written by Dwayne McDuffie
Art and cover by Carlos Pacheco & Jesus Merine
Meet Libra and the Human Flame, two central villains in the upcoming FINAL CRISIS! Where’d the Human Flame come from, and who does he hate more than anything in the universe? As Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman assess the future of the Justice League, their days
may be numbered.
On sale May 21 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US


Written by Tony Bedard, J. Torres, Judd Winick and Dwayne McDuffie; Art by Paulo Siquiera, Tom Derenick, Mike McKone, Amanda Conner, and others; Cover by Ryan Sook

Celebrate the superhero wedding of the year with this amazing hardcover collection that includes BLACK CANARY #1-4, the JLA WEDDING SPECIAL, the BLACK CANARY WEDDING PLANNER and the GREEN ARROW/BLACK CANARY WEDDING SPECIAL! Before the nuptials can take place, The League of Assassins tracks Black Canary to Star City in an effort to liberate the child, Sin, they believe to be the DCU's next greatest assassin. Luckily, Black Canary has other plans for Sin's abilities and future! Then, the fun unfolds in the most unexpected way possible!

DC Universe | 208pg. | Color | Hardcover | $24.99 US

Saturday, February 09, 2008

I'm on a Panel at Wondercon


WonderCon 2008

4:30-5:30 Animation Story Break (”Wait, does it HAVE to be a story?”)—
Go behind the scenes as writers take an idea for an animated superhero
story from one-sentence premise all the way to a full-blown beginning,
middle, and end. Then the real fun begins with audience participation!
The crack writing staff features Charlotte Fullerton (Kim Possible), Michael Jelenic (The Batman), Dwayne McDuffie (Static Shock), and Matt Wayne (Justice League Unlimited). Moderated by Eugene Son (Storm Hawks). Expect laughter and tears - mostly the latter. Room 236/238

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Friday, February 01, 2008

BEN 10: Alien Force

Courtesy TV Guide:

Cartoon Network's Ben 10 Grows Up... Fast

Kids, they really do grow up so fast. After just 49 episodes (and two TV-movies), 10-year-old Ben Tennyson is getting flash-forwarded to age 15 this spring in Cartoon Network's Ben 10: Alien Force. When the new series picks up, it's been a few years since Ben has worn the Omnitrix, a mysterious extraterrestrial watch that enables him to transform into 10 different aliens. When he puts it back on, he discovers his DNA has changed and he can now transform into 10 new aliens. (Just think of the expanded merchandising opportunities!) The show is being overseen by veteran animation producers Glen Murakami (Teen Titans) and Dwayne McDuffie (Justice League Unlimited).

Ben 10 is the network’s No. 1 Saturday-morning show, so it begs the question: Why the change? "This is the first superhero character we have to play with at Cartoon Network where we can age him up and watch him grow," says Michael Ouweleen, senior VP for development and creative direction. "It just opens up so many possibilities. Rather than just introduce villain-of-the-week after villain-of-the-week, [we thought] it would be more interesting to see how his experiences growing up have shaped him." — Rich Sands