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Writing thirty-five issues of a series is a considerable undertaking for anyone, but when they’re thirty-five of the most critically acclaimed, character-defining issues in modern super hero comics, that’s something worthy of celebration and maybe a little awe.
Throughout his storied history, John Constantine has conned, collaborated and collided with a diverse cast of characters. We know we’ll be seeing some of them brought to life on the show starting with the three who form the show's core: Constantine, Chas and Zed.
It may be the last day of New York Comic-Con, but if you thought we were about to slow down, think again. After all, today’s our DC Digital panel, where we’ll be looking at what’s new in the world of digital first comics, as well as Warner Bros. Television's sure-to-be-epic Gotham panel.
Constantine debuts tonight, and fans are likely setting their DVRs as we speak. Yet, over the course of his thirty year history, Constantine’s gone through a few changes and different interpretations. Which version will we see onscreen? We spoke with Constantine Executive Producer David S. Goyer and Writer and Executive Producer Daniel Cerone recently about the comics that served as their inspiration
This Friday, October 24th, NBC will premiere the eagerly awaited Constantine, their new horror series based on the iconic comic book character.
Four of these five storylines actually took place in DC or Vertigo comic books. The fifth is completely made up on the spot. Can you find the fake?
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DC All Access, our popular webseries that takes you deep into the world of DC Entertainment, is looking for a new co-host. Here’s Tiffany with the info...
Look here for exclusive highlights from the WOMEN OF DC ENTERTAINMENT panel! There's all-new artwork from BATGIRL #38, WONDER WOMAN #38, GOTHAM ACADEMY #4, CLEAN ROOM, VERTIGO CMYK: Yellow, HARLEY QUINN #14 and SECRET SIX #2