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.
Superboy speaks, Liam Neeson's afraid of the Bat, Morgan Freeman cashes the checks, Edward Furlong goes goth and Billy Batson gets animated, all in today's look at links, legends and lies.
This August in a special two-part storyline of "Teen Titans," Gail Simone and Rob Liefeld revive one of the DCU's heroic legacies, Hawk and Dove. Simone spoke with CBR News about the new duo, fufilling the dream of writing The Titans and working with a controversial artist like Liefeld.
This week Rich takes a look at the problems comic creators face when it comes to taxes. Do you sell your original art at conventions? You should defeinitely read this column. Plus, loads of reaction from last week's column, plus a load of news and notes from around the industry.
This July sees the release of the OGN "Seal Team Seven" from AiT/Plant Lar. Written by Marine Corps Reservist M. Zachary Sherman, the book follows one Navy Seal Team trying to stop a coming invasion from the citizens of Atlantis.
We've got set photos of the Man of Steel and the Spirit of Vengeance, go one-on-one with Marvel's first family, keep bandying rumors about the Robots in Disguise, and swing by Gotham City in the week's first news summary.
Unfortunately, most of you probably aren't familiar with the work of Doug Miers. The creator of "The Taxman," "The Exec" and "Generic Comics," he passed away earlier this year from a sudden heart attack. He was 42. We look back at who he was and talk with his daughter Valerie about his work.
There's rumblings around the Robots in Disguise, Nicolas Cage has left Australia, we look ahead to season five for Clark Kent and talk sequel for Jen Garner and Ben Affleck in the week's last look at links, lies and legends.
The long wait for the fans of the cancelled cult sci-fi western series "Firefly" is almost over. This September, the feature film "Serenity" hits theaters and in July, Dark Horse will release a three-issue "Serenity" mini-series that bridges the gap between the TV series and film, co-written by Joss Whedon and Brett Matthews. CBR News spoke with Matthews about book.