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Geek Cave Podcast #41: Christopher Jones
In this edition of the Geek Cave Podcast, we sit down with artist Christopher Jones (Young Justice, Batman ‘66, Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes) and talk about his pitch to DC comics to revive the canceled Young Justice animated series (about 32 minutes into the show, for those looking for just that part).
Chris is also in the middle of a new, exciting project that you’ll hear about in this episode but can also learn more about here.
Also, in Chad’s latest Random Movie Review, we find out he’s not really a fan of the 2nd X-Men movie.
Young Justice fans: get the discussion going with #bringbackYoungJustice on Twitter and Tumblr.
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A retailer leak has revealed the next Batman game. Batman: Arkham Knight is set for release this year, most likely in October, and is being developed by Rocksteady (Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: Arkham City).
Most noteworthy moments: 1) Kevin Conroy is back as Batman. 2) The Batmobile is drivable. 3) This is the final game in the Arkham series. 4) Confirmed for PC, Xbox One, and PS4.
UPDATE: Here’s the game’s first trailer.
Here’s your first look at The Flash, coming this fall to the CW network (as a spinoff of Arrow).
(Image courtesy of IGN)
DC Co-Publisher Dan DiDio made official today the expected announcement of another DC September event for 2014, revealing that all DC ongoing series that month will flash forward five years to depict what might happen in the future.
The event ties into the May-launching weekly series The New 52: Futures End , and DiDio said DC will launch some new ongoing titles in June and/or July that will also be included in the September event.
Sony heard you like Spider-Man, so they’re gonna give us a Spider-Man related movie EVERY YEAR.
A documentary film about the untold history of women in comic books, celebrating female creators and fans alike.
The new Captain America: The Winter Soldier trailer doesn’t make things look all that good for Nick Fury.
Here’s your new Fantastic Four. We assume one of the Storm siblings — either Susan or Johnny — is adopted or something.
Vanilla Ice, doing “Ninja Rap,” in a Kraft Macaroni and Cheese commercial.
Oh, and we mean from THIS YEAR.
Future Green Lantern of Earth Announced
Girl Power! Did I speak to soon? My apologies, it’s been announced though that there will be a…
You first saw her during Geoff Johns’ Green Lantern finale issue, and now it’s official: Earth’s next Green Lantern is a woman.