There have been a lot of comparisons between Ultimate Spider-Man and Young Justice in the last few weeks, and while both series feature teenage superheroes training for the big leagues, lumping them together isn’t fair to either show. They’re completely different beasts, starting at the very foundation: the companies that produce them. Marvel’s characters and stories tend to be more down-to-Earth and personal, whereas DC has god-like heroes and frequent multiversal crises.
Target’s new partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products and DC Entertainment debuted its first TV commercial, an animated spot featuring the Justice League in their New 52 costumes. Read Post
Keith Giffen, JM DeMatteis, and Kevin Maguire, known for their work on “Justice League” together, are together again for a new DC book. CBR News got the scoop yesterday that the team will deliver an ongoing series, “Justice League 3... Read Post
Oh, neat: Creators of the very beloved 1980s superhero comedy title Justice League International, Keith Giffen, JM DeMatteis and Kevin Maguire will be the creators behind Justice League 3000, a new DC Comics series launching in the ... Read Post