DC Entertainment announced today that a GREEN LANTERN App is now available for download, based on the best-selling DC Comics super hero and timed to the release of the eagerly anticipated Warner Bros. movie of the same name.
Gawker’s iO9 has the exclusive first interview with Co-Publishers Jim Lee and Dan DiDio about the “Young Justice” titles that were announced this morning. “When we have a book about teenagers, we want it to feel like it's a book about teenagers,” said DiDio.
Head on over to iO9 for the full coverage, including details about how Jim Lee recruited artist Rob Liefeld for HAWK & DOVE.
Forged by the Guardians of the Universe, the first four rings of the Green Lantern Corps find their perfect match. In this exclusive clip from Warner Home Video's latest entry in the DC Universe's animated film collection, GREEN LANTERN: EMERALD KNIGHTS, watch as the fourth ring makes an unexpected choice.
In the wake of our announcement of a historic line of new #1's within the Batman family, many of you noticed that while several of the titles and characters spun out of the Batman, Inc. storyline, there was no mention of that series itself - but there's a reason for that: Grant Morrison's BATMAN, INCORPORATED series will return with a new issue #1 in early 2012.
Grant Morrison had this to say about Batman, Incorporated: