Amid financial, script and strike-related concerns, the George Miller-directed "Justice League" film has been put on indefinite hold by Warner Bros., with the cast's options allowed to lapse.
Fan-favorite "Witchblade" and new "Legion of Super-Heroes" artist Francis Manapul invites CBR readers into his home studio in Toronto to see his gear, comics and pets.
This week: the origins of "grim'n'gritty" meet myths of the Silver Age, plus Boom!'s Internet invasion and its ramifications, Primary overload, why Wonder Woman isn't a feminist icon, film and TV reviews, Comics Cover Challenge and tons more.
Could this be the face behind the beryllium steel mask? We wonder while getting animated with Felicity, bringing back Peter Parker and much more.
In anticipation of tomorrow's release of "Resurrection" #2, Oni Press has provided CBR readers with the entire first issue of the new post-apocalyptic epic written by "Wolverine's" Marc Guggenheim.
Will angry Spider-fans give Peter Parker "One More Day?" Or will the "Brand New Day" belong to his daughter, May Day? CBR chats with "Amazing Spider-Girl" writer Tom DeFalco about the series and passionate fans.
"Ninja Boy" co-creator Allen Warner is set to bring some classic Wildstorm characters back to the future in the upcoming five-issue miniseries, "The New Dynamix," and he spoke with CBR News about the project.
This week, Peter David does his impression of a Magic 8-Ball and answers your "Messiah CompleX" questions, plus an exclusive preview of "New X-Men" #46.
After a long delay, Paul Grist returns with his indie comics hero Jack Staff in Image's "Jack Staff Special," a new one-shot released this month. CBR News spoke with Grist about the special issue.
CBR News discovered Tuesday evening an official online manga depicting the story of a child implicitly connected with the mysterious beast of "Cloverfield," and we've got preview pages and a translation for you.