There are new screen captures of the upcoming Spike TV series over at the Toon Zone message boards.
A new article at ICv2 goes through the trip the show took from obscure manga property to Samuel L. Jackson-fueled animated series.
Before a single frame was ever seen on TV, actor Will Toale has been replaced as the young Arthur Curry, with “Passions” star Justin Hartley sliding into the character’s soggy shoes.
Didn’t get a chance to get the DVD yet? Well, you can check out our review, or you could look at a Hulk-tastic video clip at Yahoo! Movies. If you’ve got just a bit of patience, you can just wait for the March 11th premiere on Toonami, according to Toon Zone.
A new episode will air on Cartoon Network this Saturday, or at least Comics Continuum thinks so. The network describes the episode “Patriot Act” as follows: “When an out of control super soldier threatens Metropolis, Green Arrow leads seven non-powered Justice Leaguers, including Crimson Avenger and Shining Knight, in a battle they can’t hope to win.”
Superhero Hype has a new tidbit about a Universal Pictures subsidiary called Rogue Pictures getting the option on the Devil’s Due horror comic book with music video helmer Todd Lincoln set to direct for producers Adrian Askarieh and Daniel Alter. Lincoln will script.
Kryptonsite has posted episode names for what’s to come in late April and early May over on their spoilers page.
IESB has a video interview with director Richard Donner about his opinions of Bryan Singer’s pending superhero epic.
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