Thomas Haden Church is virtually inscrutable tossing out hints about his villainous role, while Brandon Routh gets the star treatment, you can keep your "bamfs" to yourself, even dogs are getting super powers in lab accidents (somebody should lock those places up) and much more in the week's first look at links, legends and lies.
This Wednesday the "Nightcrawler" ongoing series by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Darick Robertson returns to stores after a three-month hiatus. CBR news spoke to Sacasa about the series, which has the X-Men's teleporter using his mutant power to explore some of the darker places in the Marvel Universe.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in September of 2005.
Speakeasy Comics chief Adam Fortier talks about his company's current plans that sees a number of previously self-published books joining their ranks, including "Elk's Run" and books from Dakuwaka, Kandora and Chimaera.
Nicolas Cage talks in depth about becoming Johnny Blaze, Clark Kent becomes Santa's neighbor, Betty Brant will be returning to the Daily Bugle steno pool, we check in on how much money Bruce Wayne made Wednesday, and there's a ton of cartoons headed to DVD shortly, all in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
In "Parting Ways," Peter Orbach succeeds in killing himself - only to see his soulless body accomplish everything he wanted. We caught up with writer Andrew Foley to learn more about this upcoming Speakeasy release. Includes a 24 page preview.
Starting with issue #150, "Spawn" will begin a new era at Image Comics. The new creative team of writer David Hine and penciler Philip Tan step in, with Brian Haberlin the new Editor-In-Chief.
Rumormongers, apparently, are a cowardly and superstitious lot as news slows to a crawl under the shadow of the Bat. We get another look at the makings of Gotham City, an Image serial killer book gets a look at the silver screen, and Luke Wilson is about to have the worst break up of his life ...