Newsarama has 20 questions with Dan DiDio. During the interview Didio stated:
“There will be a Terry McGinnis mini-series early next year. We’ve heard the fans, we’ve heard everyone’s interest. And right now we’re planning to put out a Batman Beyond mini-series in 2010.”
In the same Newsarama article DiDio also had news of interest to Superman fans.
I think if you're following Superman, and hopefully enjoying Superman, Codename: Patriot is the key story beat to see where the arrow's pointing for Superman in the future. We have a lot of things taking place in 2010, and Superman is one of the lead characters in the events of the year. And more importantly, James and Greg and Sterling are working so intensely closely on the Superman material that it's one of the reasons we felt comfortable putting the numbers shields on the books. These guys are working together and creating what we call mega-fiction involving all the Superman characters.
Speaking of the Man of Steel, USA Today has the next installment of Wednesday's Comics here.
More news after the jump.
The court has issued an Order in the Superman Trial instructing the parties to try to settle. This is not the first time the Court has issued such an Order. For a summary of what has gone on see my summary here. The Superman Homepage has the following quote:
The Court hereby ORDERS the parties to devote the next thirty (30) days to engaging in good faith efforts to settle their dispute in the Superman and Superboy litigation. At the conclusion of this period, on September 18, 2009, the parties are to file a joint report, outlining the efforts that they have taken in furtherance of settlement (without, of course, revealing any of the substance of those efforts).
If the parties have not settled these cases at that point, the Court ORDERS a Status Conference to take place on September 21, 2009, at 11:00 a.m. to set further dates for the remaining phase two accounting trial in the Superman litigation.
Speaking of the SupermanHomepage, there is a new episode of their great podcast Radio KAL out today. Get it here.
http://www.subculturecomic.com/ (by Stan Yan and Kevin Freeman) starts an eight-part tribute to Director John Hughes. Check it out. There are also selling the first trade paperback for $10.00 at the site.
Speaking of Web Comics Wired is reporting that Harvey Pekar Heads To Web Comics for The Pekar Project, which will be based on the author's tweets and illustrated by Tara Seibel, Joseph Remnant, Rick Parker, and Sean Pryor.
Don't forget to enter the Fringe sweepstakes. Fox is giving away a grand prize visit to Vancouver, Canada, to see the second season being filmed. There are also exclusive clips and, if you know your Greek Alphabet, digital content. Fringe will be released on Blu Ray and DVD on September 8.