J. Michael Straczynski spills the beans at Wizard World Philly about his upcoming projects, projects that aren't happening, as well as revealing the truth behind Wolverine the Avenger, what sort of parents the Richards are and more about Aunt May's love life than some readers will want to think about.
Saturday at Wizard World Philly, Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada and Editor Tom Brevoort hinted at the sweeping changes overwhelming the Marvel Universe this summer and beyond thanks to the mistress of the House of M.
Geoff Johns has announced he'll be taking a short break from DC's "JSA" title with inker Keith Champagne stepping in to handle the writing chores of "JSA" #78 - 80.
Michael Bay is looking for a new sound for his Robots in Disguise, we've got close ups on a fascist future England, Johnny Blaze takes you to the carnival and Gail Simone takes you on a double date, plus an X-Men rumor and scoring Sky High, all in the week's last look at links, lies and legends.
DC Comics embraces the future of comics – one year into the future – in the wake of the "Infinite Crisis" series, DC Comics President Dan DiDio revealed Friday at Wizad World Philly.
Robert Rodriguez decides when he'll warm up the digital cameras again, while we have an exclusive rumor about the shift in direction out in Westchester, get some spoilers from the Last Son of Krypton, rock out with Marvel's first family and get indecisive in Gotham City, all in the week's penultimate news summary.
"Gun Fu" creator Howard Shum has a new comic coming out next month. "Fat Boy & Harvey" stars a strugling artist and his kung-fu loving cousing from Hong Kong and together they have crazy adventures with Hollywood celebs. Plus, how does Dave Sim figure into Shum's future? See inside.
The sound you hear is trouble outside the Danger Room, as Marvel's merry mutants once again lose their direction. Somebody other than Alan Moore is mad at the adaptation of the writer's dystopian future England, more word flies in from Australia on Johnny Blaze, Clark Kent gets a new DVD set and we even take a peek at the Bat.
This July writer Marc Bryant and artist Patrick McEvoy introduce you to "The Gatesville Company," a new series coming from Speakeasy about a town where anything can (and does) happen.
On July 8th the characters that ushered in the Marvel Age of comics, The Fantastic Four, finally burst onto the silver screen. CBR News spoke with Michael France, co-writer of the "Fantastic Four" film, about the movie and what it's like adapting the adventures of some of his favorite comic characters for the big screen.