Posts Tagged ‘teen titans’
Robin, Starfire, Beast Boy, Raven, Nightwing and Blue Beetlewill star in Teen Titans: The Judas Contract. Based on the 1984 comic book arc, it is a staple for Teen Titan fans. Several big things happened in this storyline, including the reveal of Deathstroke. Take a look at the press release below for more information and how you […]
Help keep your kids reading skills sharpened this summer with a simple trip to your local comic book store. Despite comic book television and cinema tackling darker themes and vulgar settings (ahem Deadpool), there are still plenty of comic books that are safe for young eyes and minds. Schools often prescribe students with a reading […]
LEGO and DC Comics have banded together again! LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League: Cosmic Clash premiered at the Paley Center for Media in Los Angeles and New York. The Geek Chic Elite attended the New York premiere on Feb. 27. On hand were voice actors Troy Baker (Batman), James Arnold Taylor (Flash) and […]
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, which means the highly-anticipated Deadpool movie drops. It also means you probably need to get on the gift-buying, so head over to our guide and be ready to pay express shipping. For those of you that are riding the single wave or already have your V-Day gifts, […]
Cyborg #1 by David F. Walker, Ivan Reis, and Joe Prado is a debut and homecoming for Victor Stone. After a run-in with death, Vic Stone is brought back to life but he is changed once again. Not sure how or why he’s alive Vic returns home to see if he and his father can […]
So many things happened. I spent most of my week glued to my Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Periscope, and any other social media feeds scouring for anything related to San Diego Comic Con. I also spent most of this week trying to see if I could budget an SDCC trip next year: the verdict on that […]
The Titans, a DC comic book team of young superheroes that has over the years included the sidekicks of Batman and Wonder Woman, are headed to the small screen.
J.T. Krul, writer for Marvel, DC Comics and Aspen sat down with Stephen to talk about writing both in comic and novel mediums, his work with Aspen and more.