NYCC 2010: DC UNIVERSE

It’s day 2 here at NYCC, and it’s not a convention without a DC UNIVERSE panel. Senior Story Editor Ian Sattler will be our MC today in room 1A08-12 as he and your favorite DCU creators talk shop, characters and tease what’s coming up for the line. Can’t make it? Scroll below for a look at the art we’re teasing. It’s like we’ve brought the con to your own computer.

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NYCC 2010: DC NATION

Day 1 of NYCC is winding down – but not so fast, Source readers. Right now, I’m sitting in Room 1A08-12 as DC Comics Co-Publishers Jim Lee and Dan DiDio hold court with an all star collection of talent, including Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns, VP-Sales Bob Wayne and Editor in Chief Bob Harras. If you’re nearby, sit back, relax and prepare for another exciting panel experience. If you’re not, stay tuned to The Source.

NYCC 2010: Meet your new SUPERGIRL creative team

Hey, it’s New York Comicon. Did you expect a quiet few days?

First off, I’d like to give a huge tip of the hat to writer Sterling Gates and artist Jamal Igle. As many fans have said across the web, they’ve done a masterful job with SUPERGIRL and you can be sure their names will be popping up on the credits of many books to come. But more on that later.

Who’s taking over the reins of SUPERGIRL?

NYCC 2010: Take flight at NYCC by unlocking an exclusive Foursquare GREEN LANTERN BADGE

Heading to NYCC? Use Foursquare? Well, prepare to unlock a badge that'll elevate you to the exalted Green Lantern Corps!

Warner Bros. Television Group, DC Entertainment and Foursquare are going green at New York Comic Con, offering fans the chance to unlock an exclusive GREEN LANTERN badge during the three-day show.

How does it work? Well, if you're at the con, simply check in to Foursquare and you'll unlock the badge. Head over to the DC Comics booth (#2243) and show your badge and you get an exclusive GREEN LANTERN replica ring. Sounds easy, right?

NYCC 2010: BATMAN BEYOND GOES FROM MINI TO ONGOING IN JANUARY

One of the pleasant surprises of the last few months has been BATMAN: BEYOND, from writer Adam Beechen and artist Ryan Benjamin. Beechen’s whodunit take, involving Batman villains past, present and future, connected with fans of the original animated series and a number of new readers intrigued by the futuristic Batman and his vast supporting cast – both familiar and new.

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