SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read JUSTICE LEAGUE #32 yet and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now!
San Diego Comic-Con is now behind us, and DC Comics certainly had a successful show. No matter where you looked in the convention center and beyond, Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn, the Flash and hundreds of other heroes and villains from the DC Universe were proudly on display.
Every year at San Diego Comic-Con there’s one announcement that fans will talk about all year. This year it was the surprise unveiling of the Amazon Princess herself, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman from Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice! Beautiful, strong, and wielding her warrior’s sword, Diana Prince looks ready to go toe to toe with any villain master filmmaker Zach Snyder deem worthy to throw at her.
As Comic-Con enters its second full day, the weekend finally begins. Fans by the thousands will pass through the DC Entertainment booth over the next few days, enjoying all of the Batman costumes, products and imagery on display (you saw the hidden Batman v Superman image, right?). Many will line up to get comics signed by Jim Lee, Geoff Johns, John Romita, Jr.
When we announced The New 52 back in 2012, the focus was understandably on the comics. Fifty-two first issues is an impressive feat. But it didn’t take long for The New 52 to permeate into other areas of the business, like DC Collectibles.
It’s here! The final day of Comic-Con! *sniff* Yes, all good things must come to an end, but there’s still much to experience, particularly for families. This morning, the mad minds behind Teen Titans Go! will screen a new episode and discuss the show’s new season.
Saturday is traditionally the biggest day at San Diego Comic-Con, and it’s easy to see why. Hall H is jumping and the biggest names in film, TV and comics are all in attendance.
This year, Batman’s stepping out of the shadows…and into the Comic-Con spotlight. With his 75th Anniversary going strong, Batman is a major presence at San Diego Comic-Con. He’s been seen in comics, film, TV, games, toys and clothing, and it’s all represented within the DC Entertainment booth, particularly in the Batman 75th Anniversary montage wall created for the show.