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Geoff Johns talks with Newsarama about Brightest Day, Blackest Night and Green Lantern at C2E2 2010 in Chicago.
DC Comics Chief Creative Officer and writer Geoff Johns talks to Newsarama about the past, present and the future of The Flash.
Best Shots' George Marston takes a look at the next chapter in the DCU saga and is hopeful for the future
2010's WONDER CON kicks off on Day 1 with a LIVE! report from the GEOFF JOHNS Spotlight program
Two of the most powerful men guiding the fortunes of DC and Marvel Comics' characters both began together in the same office
Take a look at the next chapter in the Flash family's life, with Secret Files & Origins, coming March 31
Fresh off their preview of FLASH #1, DC is showing off some Francis Manapul sketches and line-art from the new title
So here is one of our simpler polls: What do you think of DC's new Editorial Executive team?
We speak with DC's new Executive team of Geoff Johns, Co-publishers Jim Lee & Dan DiDio and Sales EVP John Rood
In what's becoming a heavy day in "teasers" , DC revealed this Brightest Day image by David Finch featuring Aquaman
Newsarama looks at 10 potential candidates for the vacated role of DC Entertainment Publisher
Geoff Johns guest co-writes Feb.'s TINY TITANS #25, featuring the return of Superboy. We talk with him and the regular team
We need YOUR vote to determine the Readers' Favorite Limited Series of 2009. Hint: It's by Geoff Johns
The only all-new comic from the big two today, and it's a doozy. David Pepose takes a look.
Blackest Night #6 is one of the only shows in town this week at comics stores. That makes it a great time to catch up with its writer
Blackest Night #6 is one of the only shows in town tomorrow at comics stores. That makes it a great time to catch up with its writer
Geoff Johns and Francis Manapul take on The FLASH Starting with Secret Files & Origins in March 2010, we have the cover
Artist Gary Frank is drawing the new ongoing Graphic Novel series BATMAN: EARTH ONE, re-imagining the caped crusader for a wider audience