Alan Moore's comic book masterpiece won't be setting up shop at Paramount, and Mike Mignola tells you just when you can expect to see Ron Perlman in red once again. Alicia Masters speaks out, Christian Bale prowls the aisles of comic book stores, and could the Justice League be headed to Skartaris? Find out here ...
This fall, Ty Gorton, Josh Medors and Jay Fotos get together to tell the epic adventure "Runes of Ragnan," an authentic Viking mythology fused with fantasy, but grounded with the rules of the real world. We spoke with Gorton about the series and got a preview.
With the first issue of Marvel's Summer Blockbuster Mini-Series "House Of M" Sold Out, the company is offering up a Gatefold Variant Cover of issue #1 by artist Olivier Coipel to ship June 29th.
Maturity is its own reward, isn't it? The cool, calm collected masses that make up the professionals, the hard-working creators in our little culture… it makes one proud to be a part of it. Wait a second… that's not our culture. Maturity as its own reward? Not in this business, mister… see what Joe & Matt have to say in today's The Basement Tapes.
Rich takes you on an inside look at the publishing concerns of both Marvel and DC Comics, shares with you Straczynski's review of the "V for Vendetta" script, plus a bunch of other news bits for your reading pleasure. Updated
CBR's Khalil Asadullah took a trip to Gotham City and comes back a believer in the legends of the dark knight. Taking a close look at the characters, his review claims that this is not only the best film about a billionaire who dresses like a flying rodent, but that it chops the arm and legs off of a certain space opera as well.
Somebody's been playing shutterbug around Hugo Weaving's new project, while Marvel's merry mutants find a new direction. Rumors are batted around about Princess Diana, Wilder Valmerrama goes Latin goth, Reed Richards takes the family to TV, and we've got more news about "Batman Begins" than you can shake a batarang at.
A very different sequel to the Hellboy movie, Hellboy's new path after "Hellboy: The Island," a Hellboy animated series on Cartoon Network, the possibility of more Hellboy crossovers and a project telling what Hellboy did in 1950s Mexico were all on the agenda in Mike Mignola's Sunday Wizard World Philly panel.
In January of 2006, legendary artist Joe Kubert returns to writing and drawing one of the characters with whom he's most closely associated, in "Sgt. Rock: The Prophecy," a six-issue mini-series. The story takes Rock and Easy Company into the Russian Front in a desperate mission that just might shorten the war. Kubert spoke to CBR News about the project.
Many think that their inevitable death will offer the answers to all of life's mysteries. When Brandon Cayce dies, he discovers the opposite is true: His death is the beginning of a whole new mystery. Cayce is the star of "Deadman," a new ongoing series from Vertigo by writer Bruce Jones and artist John Watkiss coming in 2006. CBR News spoke to Jones about the series.
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.