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Legends of Tomorrow’s Obsidian is Green Lantern’s Son, Henriksen Confirms
Lance Henriksen confirms the DC superhero's parentage and sexuality will remain consistent with its comic book roots.
“Legends of Tomorrow” Casts Lance Henriksen as Obsidian
The actor, known for his roles in the "Alien" franchise and "Millennium," will be among the members of the Justice Society of America.
Lance Henriksen Targets Hannibal
Aliens and Pumpkinhead star Lance Henriksen is set for a mysterious guest appearance on Hannibal, the upcoming NBC thriller that explores the relationship between a young Dr. Lecter and FBI profiler Will Graham.
Comics A.M. | Viz’s digital strategy; keeping Fantastic Four fresh
Digital comics | I talked to Viz Media Executive Vice President Alvin Lu and the head of Viz Labs, Gagan Singh, about the company’s digital strategy, which includes the recent …
CBR TV @ NYCC 2012: Lance Henriksen & Tom Mandrake on “To Hell You Ride”
Actor Lance Henriksen makes his comic book writing debut with "To Hell You Ride" at Dark Horse, and he and artist Tom Mandrake join CBR TV at New York Comic Con to discuss their collaboration.
CCI EXCLUSIVE: Lance Henriksen Marks Comics Debut in “To Hell You Ride”
Actor Lance Henriksen discusses "To Hell You Ride," his Dark Horse miniseries which sees a small Colorado town ravaged by a horrifying curse, and his dynamic creative process with co-writer Joseph Maddrey and artist Tom Mandrake
Tron: Uprising Producers Talk Timelines, Influences & the Grid
Tron: Uprising producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis and director Charlie Bean discuss their new Disney XD animated series and how it fits into the Tron universe.
Boxleitner and Henriksen Discuss Tron: Uprising and Sci-Fi Legacies
Veteran actors Bruce Boxleitner and Lance Henriksen talk about their roles in Disney XD’s upcoming animated series Tron: Uprising, and reflect on their sci-fi careers.
The Busy World of Steve Niles
Prolific writer Steve Niles spoke with CBR about working with Slash on a "Wake the Dead" film, sewing "Crime and Terror" with Scott Morse, adapting a one-man play for comics and his first novel.