Comics veteran Geoff Johns explains why Robin says the controversial "f*ck Batman" line in the first trailer for DC Universe's Titans.
Geoff Johns has moved away from his position as DC President and Chief Creative Officer to focus on writing, with Jim Lee taking over CCO duties.
DC Entertainment's president and CCO announced his 2017 return to writing comics with an image of Doctor Manhattan
DC Entertainment's president and chief creative officer reveals we should expect news about another television series based on one of the publisher's properties.
DC Comics' linewide relaunch has outpaced 2011's New 52 initiative and dominated the sales charts.
With Ben Affleck working on a "Batman" movie after his appearance in "Justice League," here's where we'd like to see the franchise go next.
Johns is now President of DC Entertainment, in addition to holding the role of Chief Creative Officer at the company.
DC Comics Co-Publishers Dan DiDio & Jim Lee tell CBR that it'll be a while before the story of "Watchmen" involvement in the DC Universe continues.
Will Beall will reportedly write the 2018 Warner Bros. film, based on a detailed treatment by James Wan and Geoff Johns.
Ben Affleck says the Batman of "Justice League" is less "extreme" than in "Batman v Superman," and wants "to make the world better."
The "DC Universe: Rebirth" writer sounds off on the influence of games like "Injustice 2" on DC's comics and movies.
The "Aquaman" director called the shakeup at DC Films "not as dramatic" as it might seem and revealed he is working "very closely" with Geoff Johns.
Plus Chris Evans calls Brie Larson as Captain Marvel "phenomenal" and more in today's Reel.
Swatting down rumors, DC's chief creative officer has announced what the Warner Bros. movie is really called.