SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read JUSTICE LEAGUE #30 yet and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now!
After seven spectacular issues, Geoff Johns and David Finch’s villainous Forever Evil saga has at last reached its fittingly hardcore conclusion. Within its forty pages, this week’s FOREVER EVIL #7 manages to bring the destructive events of the previous six issues—along with last year’s Trinity War—to a satisfying conclusion. Which doesn’t mean that the final issue answered all of our questions. Here’s a list of five key questions that were left unanswered by Forever Evil, and what they may mean for The New 52.
It’s April Fool’s Day, so we thought we’d hand over today’s episode of DC All Access to those masters of fooling around—the Robot Chicken crew! Join Geoff Johns, Seth Green, Zeb Wells, Matt Senreich and the rest of the Robot Chicken crew for an in depth look at the upcoming Robot Chicken DC Comics Special 2: Villains in Paradise. We go behind the scenes and get a look at this eagerly anticipated follow-up special before talking with acclaimed actor Alfred Molina about the complexities of voicing Lex Luthor.
This weekend, Gotham announced who will be playing Detective James Gordon on the show… and they’re keeping it in the Bat-family.
This week, the eagerly awaited Justice League: War hit stores nationwide. The latest in Warner Bros.’ successful and highly regarded series of animated movies set within the DC Universe, Justice League: War is an adaptation of Justice League: Origin by Geoff Johns and Jim Lee. It’s an appropriate choice for a movie meant to lay the groundwork for a bigger universe of films. After all, Justice League: Origin did much the same thing to all of DC Comics.