The DC Universe streaming service will roll out multiple exclusive original series throughout 2019, including Doom Patrol, Swamp Thing, Stargirl and the animated Harley Quinn as detailed in a new release calendar guide. Joining inaugural series Titans, DC Universe readies live-action spinoff Doom Patrol for February 2019 followed by Swamp Thing in May and Stargirl in August. The animated Young Justice: Outsiders, a revival of the fan-favorite series that first aired on Cartoon Network, reaches the streaming service in January before half-hour adult animated comedy Harley Quinn premieres in October.…Read More
Category: Geoff Johns
Geoff Johns’ Talks about DC Universe, Comics and Movies
There is a lot coming in the DC world of comics, DC Universe streaming and movies and the man right in the middle of it all, Geoff Johns, sheds some like on what we will see in the coming months. Stargirl, Justice Society of America, as well as S.T.R.I.P.E., are coming on the DC Universe. This is in contrast to Titans, Hawk and Dove, Doom Patrol and Swamp Thing live-action dramas. Plus he talks about three Joker story and how it fits in all things comics with of course Doomsday…Read More
Is ‘Green Lantern Corps’ A Reboot From Geoff Johns?
Geoff Johns talked about his approach in the Green Lantern Corps movie. “You look at everything that worked and didn’t work, on anything,” the comic book writer and screenwriter told Collider at San Diego Comic-Con. “Like revamping a character, reintroducing a character, I’ve done it a lot. The creative kind of viewpoint and way into the character and rebooting and changing it and reintroducing it is informed by everything. It’s informed by comics and both what works and what doesn’t work. I don’t wanna spoil any of the story there,…Read More
Geoff Johns’s Step Down and Step Up from DC Films
Geoff Johns To Step Down As DC Chief Creative Officer but will step into a role where he is involved more on the creative end in comics, TV, and movies. He will move into a Warner Bros first-look producing deal where he will write movie vehicles to produce for Mad Ghost Productions. Johns will continue to work on existing DC films. The position of Chief Creative Officer was not a good fit for him because of the demanding oversite of others and the lack of real control he had as…Read More