Director Ruben Fleischer spoke with CBR about why he looked to Marvel's Ultimate Universe to give his Venom story a brand new origin.
Meg is a Los Angeles based freelance comic book historian and critic with a soft spot for sidekicks, Captain America, the Batfamily, and Daredevil. You can find her on twitter @rustypolished, where she's usually crying about fanfiction, screaming about superheroes, or posting photos of her dog. In addition to CBR, you can find Meg occasionally populating the pages of DCComics.com, GSUniverse, and The Hollywood Reporter.
Articles by Meg Downey
Though it makes a valiant effort to make Eddie Brock work in a world without Spider-Man, Venom feels overwhelmingly dated and never quite hits the mark.
James Tynion IV opens up about what fans can expect as Will Payton's Starman joins Justice League for the series' next chapter.
DC's patriotic super team, the Freedom Fighters of Earth-X, are returning for the Rebirth era in a brand-new, twelve-issue series.
With delightfully creepy visuals and a huge, self-aware heart, The Nun is a fantastic kick off to the Halloween movie-going season.
More Purge than Mission Impossible, Mile 22 is a relentlessly violent and unfocused horror show that never earns its character moments or plot.
Justice League/Aquaman: Drowned Earth puts Aquaman front and center in the Leagues latest larger than life catastrophe.
Geoff Johns speaks with CBR about just where and how his and Jason Fabok's Three Jokers miniseries fits into the Rebirth era.
With a confusing stab at updating the crowd-sourced lore of the character, Slender Man is a mediocre but watchable high school horror story
Teen Titans Go! To The Movies is exactly what you expect it to be, with everything hilarious about the show blown up to blockbuster proportions.
Justice League: Dark is about to get more horrifying than ever with a new roster for terrifying monsters: The Otherkind.
Marvel's current Editor-in-Chief C.B. Cebulski was featured in a spotlight panel at Comic-Con Intentional.
New books, new characters, and new projects were announced at Marvel's Next Big Thing panel.
The Warner Brothers Theatrical panel offered a first look at Aquaman in action as well as details for Shazam, Wonder Woman 84 and more.
Tom King, Clay Mann and Mitch Gerads bring a new type of Crisis to the DCU, where the stakes are emotional rather than cosmic.
Sony Pictures was all about the arachnids at Comic-Con this year with a Hall H panel highlighting both Venom and Into The Spider-Verse.
DC brought their A-list talent out for the Justice League panel to tease the future of the DC Universe in their Justice League line including the upcoming Justice League: Dark and Justice League: Odyssey books.
Joined by co-publisher Dan DiDio, legendary writer Geoff Johns shares the secrets of his future plans for the DC Universe on page and screen.