Welcome to DC Entertainment’s official San Diego Comic-Con 2014 page. If you’re looking for the latest and greatest DC Entertainment news coming out of SDCC, you’re in the right place! All throughout Comic-Con weekend, this page will update with links to the latest convention roundups, breaking news, insightful articles and exclusive DC All Access clips.
San Diego Comic-Con always brings its fair share of surprises, but if there’s one thing that we know for certain, it’s that people are going to be talking about it all weekend. Here's how to make sure your DC Comics tweets get noticed.
With new trailers for Gotham, Constantine and The Flash hitting the web last week, along with your first look at Ben Affleck’s batsuit and the explosive finale for Arrow, you could be forgiven for forgetting about DC Entertainment’s fourth new TV show to be greenlit for the 2014-2015 TV season—iZombie. Especially since The CW hasn’t yet released a trailer for it. However, that doesn’t mean we haven’t gotten a taste of what it’ll look like.
Sunday, September 22 is the BROOKLYN BOOK FESTIVAL—a day of literature and conversation—not to mention terrific Comic and Graphic Novel programming that's jam packed with some of the most talented writers and artists today.
While you're there, stop by the DC Entertainment booth #140.
At 11:00am local Brooklyn artist Sean Murphy will be signing and meeting with fans.
Fans of DC Comics, Vertigo and MAD who are headed to C2E2 in the windy city of Chicago this April have a lot to be excited about.
DC Entertainment’s vast array of activities this year includes panels, announcements, give-aways, sponsorships, ads in the program guide, and of course, exclusives.
Shelly Bond has been promoted to Executive Editor of the Vertigo imprint for DC Entertainment. Joining Bond in her new leadership role are Will Dennis, who has been promoted to Group Editor, Vertigo and Mark Doyle who has been promoted to Editor, Vertigo. All three staffers have spent years under the guidance of outgoing SVP & Executive Editor Karen Berger, creating a continuity in editorial experience.