Greetings, mail-keteers! Besides figuring out Marvel’s Inhumans plans (as well as the TV future of Ms. Marvel), we’re going to learn how much input DC Comics’ Geoff Johns has on the WB movies, what the most unsatisfying part of Game of Thrones is, and why Syfy loves handjobs! (Reminder: Somehow I technically get paid…
We’re still several months away from meeting our newest big screen Batman, but rumors are already surfacing about what Ben Affleck’s Dark Knight may be up to in his first solo outing. The good news is that these newest rumors happen to pretty plausible.
It’s been rumored for a while, but now Warner Bros. has finally
managed to roll a big enough wheelbarrow full of cash convinced Oscar-winning director Ben Affleck to direct and star in the first new stand-alone Batman movie of the new DC cinematic universe, from a script by DC Comics’ Geoff Johns.
Thanks to the straight-to-home video Flashpoint movie, the new animated universe based on DC's New 52 relaunch is officially here. The first movie in this brand-new DCAU? Justice League: War, based on the first six issues of the Justice League comic by Geoff Johns — here's the trailer.
Justice League #22 comes out today, featuring the very beginning of DC's summer mega-event "Trinity War" (not to be confused with all those previously released "Prelude to Trinity War" issues). To celebrate it, DC released this Johns-narrated video which explains what "Trinity War" is... and then how it ends. The hell?
DC Comics is releasing the massive Absolute Edition of Geoff Johns' best-selling Blackest Night mega-event this Wednesday, and io9 is proud to reveal the book's true cover.
This is the oath of the Green Lantern Corps: “In brightest day, in blackest night, no evil shall escape my sight!” It’s a lot better than “We are terrible at our job of being space cops,” but it’s less accurate, too, unfortunately.
Yes, after being in charge of Green Lantern for nearly a decade, revitalizing the title, and adding more to the DC universe mythos than anybody besides Jack Kirby, Geoff Johns has penned his final issue. Plus Godzilla, sex, a sword-wielding Little Red Riding Hood and more, all in this week’s comics!
Chief Creative Officer and comics writer extraordinaire Geoff Johns doesn't just write comics; he has also written TV episodes for shows based on comics. In fact, he's penned tonight's episode of the hit CW series Arrow, "Dead to Rights," in which Ollie must keep his mom from assassinating his best friend's dad as an…
Yesterday, a man retired. He is a man who has been idolized by many, and hated by others. This man was elected by men to rule a universe, to decide good and evil, right from wrong, and to guide his children in the light. I'm speaking, of course, of long-time Green Lantern writer Geoff Johns. What, did someone else…
Check out a brand new preview from Red Lanterns #16, where Atrocitus recruits the most surprising army possible to fight a brand new galactic threat. If you've been following all the various Green Lantern comics lately, you'll know the superpowered blue aliens have created a new third army that has some very…
For the graphic novel Batman: Earth One, illustrator Gary Frank (Supreme Power) collaborated with author Geoff Johns to tell the story of a younger Batman from an alternate reality trying his hand at crime-solving. Frank schooled io9 on his design philosophy for creating a costume for a Batman who has absolutely no…
Here's a first look at the next week's issue of Aquaman, a series which sees author Geoff Johns delve into old animosities between the titular superhero and his arch-nemesis Black Manta. Here's an exclusive sneak peek at the first five pages of Aquaman #11, which hits stores next Wednesday, July 25. The synopsis:
Marvel Entertainment is coming off a string of successful films, culminating in The Avengers — but meanwhile, its counterpart DC Entertainment can't get a non-Batman, non-Superman film off the ground. A new article in the L.A. Times reports that it will be "at least three years" before another DC movie hits our…
Geoff Johns may be a bigwig over at DC Comics nowadays, but back in 1996, he was another Superboy reader staking out some real estate in the letters column.
At DC Comics' relaunch party in Times Square last night, we caught up with Geoff Johns and Jim Lee, the creative team behind DC Comics' brand new Justice League comic. With Justice League hitting the stands today, io9 asked the creators about the issue's big reveals. Spoilers on!
Green Lantern is quite possibly the most fiendishly complicated of all the superheroes, surrounded by cosmic mythology, strange aliens, and convoluted backstory. But let us help you through the insanity with this beginner's guide to all things Green Lantern.
io9 recently caught up with DC Comics architect Geoff Johns to discuss Flashpoint, the publisher's big summer series starring the Flash, a screwed-up timeline, and a truckload of weirdo superheroes saving the world.
Yesterday's episode of Smallville, "Booster," introduced stalwart DC heroes Booster Gold and Blue Beetle to the show's universe. Even though this episode added doodly-squat to Smallville's end game, Booster Gold's celebrity superheroics and unapologetic campiness were a good fit for Smallville.
In tomorrow's new comics, the God of Fear rises to wage war on the entire Marvel universe, Hellboy travels back to the 1970s, Batman faces two of the DC universe's heaviest hitters, and a classic John Constantine story returns.