Lex Luthor predicts the end of Kansas' weirdest town, animated martial arts action could come to San Diego, Hugh Jackman aims for 2007, Neil Gaiman claims the same, plus news on some tiny indie flicks called "Superman Returns" and "Spider-Man 3."
DC Comics has released previews of September shipping titles "Mystery In Space" #1 and "Wetworks: Worldstorm" #1.
This week, Robert's at the Marvel Editorial Retreat in New York City. And while he may be hard at work during the retreat helping to plan the Marvel U's future, he still has time to stop by and show you some amazaing preview art, with some hints as to what's to come in the Ultimate Universe.
"Superman Returns" finally hits the big screen this week, with the big screen adventures hitting comic shop shelves next week when the movie adaptation hits stands. CBR News spoke with artist Matt Haley about the adaptation and the "Superman Returns" movie poster which appeared in a recent issue of "USA Weekend."
Super powers sound fun till your parents' interdimensional marriage goes haywire and those powers don't seem so super anymore. That's just what happens in Viper Comics' "Emily Edison" and CBR News spoke to artist Brock Rizy to learn more about this original graphic novel.
Sneak a peek at one of the villains Spidey will tussle with as well as a Robot not-so-in-Disguise. We've also got a DCU guest star in Kansas' weirdest town, a stunt-crazy Daywaker and more.