Director Kevin Munroe is set to bring the popular Italian comics series “Dylan
Dog” to the silver screen in “Dead of Night.” We spoke with Munroe about the
Brandon Routh-starring feature.
Christos Gage delivers another entertaining one-shot to fill gaps in the “Thunderbolts” schedule, this time focussing on two classic Marvel villains ï¿½" the Green Goblin and Mac “Venom/Scorpion” Gargan.
In this week's all-new X-POSITION, Guggenheim spills details on the New
Mutants and why Cyclops is acting a tad strange. Plus exclusive artwork
from next month's "Young X-Men" #3.
It's an all-review PIPELINE, as Augie tackles Dave Sim's "Glamourpuss," Omaha
Perez's "Holmes," a pair of "Secret Invasion" books and a surprise hit from an
unexpected corner of Marvel Comics in Tom DeFalco's "American Dream."
Adam Beechen has a history with Cassandra Cain, and in the upcoming six-issue
miniseries “Batgirl,” the writer plans to resolve every question left
outstanding regarding the troubled character.
Did Tony Stark reveal a clue to Steve Rogers' future? We wonder while getting
direction for a war hero, checking out Will Smith in NYC plus "The Spirit,"
"Wolverine" and more.
The '90s cult hero is set to return with Devil's Due Publishing will offer a new
collection of classic Zen stories and a brand new series to launch this Fall,
starting with a 99-cent preview.
In "X-Men: Legacy" #211, a new storyline finds Xavier on a quest to reclaim his
lost past by seeking out those who knew him as a child. We speak with Mike
Carey and preview all-new artwork from "Sins of the Father."
A brief visit from the rain couldn’t keep fans away from the Northwest's largest
comics convention last weekend, with thousands of fans gathering at Emerald
City ComiCon. We've got a wrap up of the event with loads of photos.
Duane Swierczynski and Ariel Olivetti continue what might just be the most important story to come out of Messiah Complex -- it’s just a pity there’s not a little more story in the issue.
Tom Beland's book is charming as always, telling the story of his real-life romance, but at times one can't help but wish that it moved a bit faster.