The latest full trailer from Universal Pictures' upcoming super hero thriller "Incredible Hulk" has been posted online and we've got the details plus the requisite boat load of screen grabs.
Dave Sim returns to comics with a fashion magazine parody slash essay on Alex Raymond.
A promo for "Final Crisis" that wipes away the bad memories of "Countdown."
With “Iron Man” in theatres this week, the talent behind the film has been blitzing
the press, and CBR spoke again with star Robert Downey, Jr. about his role in the
film and what he thinks about spoilers and stupid questions.
A potpourri, including the problem with late comics, the real status of creators in the new indie comics, assessing "Countdown," suffering through remakes, plus comics reviews, "Southland Tales," on the road with John McCain and other culture notes.
IDW Editor-in-Chief Chris Ryall invites CBR readers on a tour of the publisher's
new offices in San Diego, where they work on such projects as "30 Days of Night,"
"The Transformers," "Locke & Key," "Fallen Angel" and "Star Trek."
It happened to Batman, Superman and Spider-Man, to name a few. A classic
origin going back 70 years, writer Mark Andrew Smith has made the death of
superheroes' parents the key to saving humanity in “Kill All Parents."
In “Thor: Ages of Thunder,” in stores now, Matt Fraction and Patrick Zircher offer
readers an epic tale of the Thunder God’s violent past. CBR News spoke
with both creators about the one-shot.
DC imprint WildStorm Productions is running wild on MySpace while the wily
veteran Stan Lee pulls a Dale Carnegie by winning friends and influencing
people on the nation’s most trafficked website.
EW.com premiered this morning a first look at Anti-Venom, a new villain being
introduced to Spidey's world in August's "The Amazing Spider-Man" #568 by Dan
Slott and John Romita, Jr.
If you haven't yet been to the comics store or read Grant Morrison and Geoff
Johns' "DC Universe" #0 -- in stores now -- you may want to heed this
BIGGEST SPOILER WARNING EVER.
It's not easy getting out of Themiscira, Hugh Jackman thinks he has a lot in common with Batman, Victor Carungi's visions head to the silver screen plus "G.I. Joe" and more.