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Subj: Perry White's Scoop for September 12, 2009
Posted: Mon Sep 14, 2009 at 05:58:20 pm EDT (Viewed 110 times)




Superman-related news and notes for the week of September 12, 2009: I posted this Friday. Honest. O\:\>

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The biggest news this week is the shake-up in the heirarchy of Warner Brothers and DC.

Diane Nelson will now serve as president of the newly formed DC Entertainment, "a new company founded to fully realize the power and value of the DC Comics brand and characters across all media and platforms," while Paul Levitz has resigned as president and publisher of DC Comics. Here are the official press releases:

- Warner Bros. creates DC Entertainment
- A letter from Paul Levitz
- A letter from Diane Nelson

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Dc's The Source blog has revealed the cover to ADVENTURE COMICS #5, by artist George Perez in homage to an very famous Supergirl cover. Yeah, that one. They've also announced that Geoff Johns and Francis Manapul will end their ADVENTURE COMICS run after issue number six which due out in January. They've further announced that Legion legend and now-former DC president Paul Levitz will be writing the Legion portion of the book. Presumably, he will start with issue number seven, but that has not been announced.

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Brian Cronic at Comics Should Be Good lists his choices for the Top Five Iconic Jimmy Olsen covers and Top Five Iconic Lois Lane covers.

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The Source blog has posted previews of December Superman covers, which feature Adam Strange on New Krypton, Lois in chains, Mon-El vs. the Parsite and Supergirl vs. the Silver Banshee.

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The tenth Superman strip from WEDNESDAY COMICS is up at USA Today's Web site.

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The Source has three additional preview pages from SUPERMAN: SECRET ORIGIN. The first issue of the six-issue mini-series is due out Sept. 29.

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In an interview with The Vault, Kurt Busiek mentioned he's working on "a follow-up of sorts to SUPERMAN: SECRET IDENTITY" called BATMAN: CREATURE OF THE NIGHT. There's no more information, such as whether it is a sequel-type follow up or a thematic follow up only, but Busiek goes on to say, "I'm sure we'll be talking about that more when there's some art to show."

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Warner Bros. has released a new clip from "Superman/Batman: Public Enemies."




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