We continue our "Superman Returns" coverage with Director Bryan Singer, who discusses the exhausting challenge of making the film, on casting Routh as Superman and whether he'll be back for a sequel.
In the film "Superman Returns," actress Parker Posey plays Kitty Koslowski, Lex Luthors girlfriend. During the junket Friday, Parker discusses how she came to be involved with "Superman Returns," her characters relationship with Lex Luthor and more.
Being the son of the world's greatest superhero may not be easy, but it's never looked better than in Image Comics' "Invincible." We spoke with artist Ryan Ottley about his work.
CBR News chats with creators Neil Kleid, Paul Cote, and Fernando Pinto about boys in bear suits, beer, comics, and the beauty of 80's pop culture. Brace yourselves! Now with updated art!
Those guys from Cybertron have a website now, while Agent Weiss returns to TV with super powers, Ross Richie gets a check, we look into the mind of Neil Gaiman, plus news on "Spider-Man 3," "Aliens vs. Predator 2" and more.
Today, CBR News continues its cosmic powered spotlight on Marvel Comics "Eternals" with an interview with the man bringing Neil Gaiman's scripts to life, series artist John Romita Jr. Plus, we've got three pages of new art from "Eternals" #1.
We continue our reports from the "Superman Returns" press junket. Next up is actor Brandon Routh, who discussed the challenges of playing Clark Kent/Superman and what he learned as an actor from this production and in working with Bryan Singer.
The reports from the "Superman Returns" junket continue. We spoke with DC Comics President Paul Levitz, who updated their slate of upcoming productions and spoke to the challenges of adapting super hero comics for film and TV.
Paul gets a bad haircut and hunts squirrel. Or is it chipmunk?
Optimus Prime and the gang are headed into the desert, Arthur Curry heads for the archives, Reed Richards gets some support and two XT species get another shot at silver screens, plus news about "Superman Returns."
It started out as a mini-series from a small press publisher and graduated to a trade collection from a larger publisher. The series is "Children of the Grave" and we spoke with writer Tom Waltz about the series and it's new collection from IDW Publishing.