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Geoff Johns, John Romita Jr. announced as 'Superman' creative team

by Matthew Price Published: February 4, 2014

Writer Geoff Johns and artist John Romita Jr. will be the creative team of “Superman” beginning this summer from DC Comics, as announced in DC Comics “All Access” webisode shown above.

See the full release from DC Comics below.

Superman by John Romita Jr.  in a screen shot from DC Comics' All Access video.
Superman by John Romita Jr. in a screen shot from DC Comics' All Access video.

DC ENTERTAINMENT PREMIERES 2014 SEASON OF
“DC ALL ACCESS” WEB SERIES

Tune In Tuesdays for Behind-The-Scenes News and Exclusives About
The World’s Greatest Super Heroes

Burbank, Calif. – February 4, 2014 – DC Entertainment’s hit web series DC All Access is back for a full year of weekly episodes in 2014, starting today at 10am PT /1pm ET on DCComics.com. The 2014 premiere features Geoff Johns and Dan DiDio as they join John Romita Jr. for a blockbuster, exclusive Superman announcement.

In addition to announcing a new Superman project, the premiere episode goes behind the scenes of the new series BATMAN: JOKER’S DAUGHTER #1 with series creators Marguerite Bennett and Meghan Hetrick, visits the red carpet premiere of the forthcoming Justice League: War animated film, and interviews David Finch on the latest FOREVER EVIL happenings. DC All Access will also offer a San Diego Comic-Con giveaway during the first twelve episodes of 2014, complete with passes for the show, a hotel room and flight vouchers.

DC All Access’ 2014 season will continue to offer up-to-the-minute breaking news and fan-favorite celebrity guests, building on the show’s star-studded first season. Previous guests including DC Entertainment Co-Publishers Jim Lee and Dan DiDio, Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns, Man of Steel director Zack Snyder, several actors from CW’s Arrow, and a lengthy list of talent behind DC Entertainment’s most popular comics, films, games, collectibles, and animation projects. Plus, the series features fan-favorite Easter eggs and special giveaways.

“With DC All Access we can have a direct conversation with our fans, offering them a rarely seen look at how the most iconic characters in the world are brought to life,” said Jason James, vice president of interactive marketing for DC Entertainment. “We saw a steady increase in viewers and engagement during season one, and with the sophomore season, we hope to continue to excite fans with even more exclusive and behind-the-scenes features, watch and win opportunities – and more Easter eggs!”

Hosted by Tiffany Smith and Blair Herter (G4’s “Attack Of The Show”), and produced by Telepictures Productions (“The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” “Extra,” “TMZ”), the 2013 season DC All Access steadily grew its viewership throughout its 12-episode run, garnering nearly one million views and increasing DC Entertainment’s new YouTube subscribers by 44 percent.

Following today’s premiere, new episodes of DC All Access will be released every Tuesday at 10am PT /1pm ET on DCComics.com. Watch all 12 episodes of the first season of the series now on DCComics.com and on DCE’s YouTube Channel. Join the conversation by using #DCAllAccess and following DC Entertainment on Twitter and Facebook, and don’t miss the new DC All Access Tumblr, offering previews of what’s in store on future episodes of the show.


by Matthew Price
Features Editor
Features Editor Matthew Price has worked for The Oklahoman since 2000. He’s a University of Oklahoma graduate who has also worked at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and was a Dow Jones Newspaper Fund intern for the Dallas Morning News. He’s...
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