Short films featuring DC comics' characters will be shown on the Cartoon Network channel in 2012. It would be interesting if persons from the indie film and indie comic book industries would be invited to use the company's characters.to tell stories.
Brave & The Bold will be returning to television on the Cartoon network come up Friday 25th March 2011. One of its episodes called "Bat-Mite Presents: Batman's Strangest Cases!" will air on Friday, April 1. It will feature "three tales from Batman's lore, including Bat Boy and Rubin, an anime Batman and Batman and Robin teaming with Scooby-Doo." I like that quirky concept and would not mind seeing that DC comics' use its Bizarro Comics concept of using indie writers to tell stories…Continue
The Invaders have returned. Here is a preview of the comic book. http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=preview&id=6294
and a fan film for your enjoyment: http://www.fanfilmfollies.com/index.php/2010/04/10/allies/
A couple years ago, I started reading indie comics as much as I did the titles from the mainstream. Boy, am I glad that I did. I went for their quirky ideas that one may not have read as stories in the mainstream comic books. That included their takes on superhero fantasy (Normalman, Spandex Tights and Humongous man to name a few). I am glad to see that indie titles (Ghostworld, American Splendour &…Continue
http://www.newsarama.com/comics/good-deeds-superpowers-100504.html I wonder if such a thing is possible. what do you say?
The Comic Book Resources website has posted news about the fate of Smallville.
The Brave & The Bold adventures of the batman seem to be getting weirder and weirder.