Sounds like Baltimore is a great show again this year. Here a few things that happened: Dan DiDio has been talking Batwoman. And about a certain story, that JH Williams III and WH Blackman walked off the book because DC refused to allow them to tell the story they'd been building up to, of her marriage.
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Today's the day that Riddick is released across the US, after its roll-out this Wednesday in the UK. Gamely, Katee Sackhoff is out there doing promotions for the film despite the quite horrendous way her character is portrayed in the film. Really, this film doesn't have the most enlightened sexual politics, I'm afraid.
I get the call, I go down to Marvel. A great meeting. It was even talking about something so big I can't even talk about because it's like the merging of brands in a way, which I won't get into. That was something way, way, way, way, way down the road.
DC Comics are publishing a Teen Titans Go! comic in December, based on the animated series, and written by Merrill Hagan and Sholly Fisch.
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I was just assured by a senior DC executive that, quite deliberately, "Aquaman is not married in New 52″. And never was. No Mephisto needed.
Dan DiDio has been talking Batwoman. And about a certain story, that JH Williams III and WH Blackman walked off the book because DC refused to allow them to tell the story they'd been building up to, of her marriage.
A new twist to recent news of the creative team changes for DC's Batwoman has developed. As discussions ranged around the web about the resignation of critically acclaimed creative team JH Williams III and WH Blackman due to last-minute editorial changes led to discussion and speculation about exactly what DC's been doing lately to cause various creators to leave projects after citing varying degrees of frustration at editorial policies it was JH Williams himself who dropped this revelation via twitter: