We've got exclusive news on a possible character cameo out in Westchester, looks at Wolvie, that "Even Stevens" kid hanging out with Neil Gaiman, Dr. Doom in a super villain team up, Danny Elfman dissing Sam Raimi and more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
After an unexpected three-day weekend, the Comic Reel is back with words from Whedon, a new date for Riley and Huey to invade your neighborhood, more mutant kids in Westchester, new looks inside Neil Gaiman's mind, new and old words on Frank Miller's noir masterpiece and more.
Can Peter Parker hold his own against three belligerent bad guys? We find out while checking in on Kansas' strangest town, laughing at Scott Lang, swinging through Gotham, leaving a fan fave out of "X-Men 3," grooving with Viggo and much more in the week's penultimate news summary.
Cartoon Network's "Justice League Unlimited" has built a loyal and dedicated fan base. With the new season set to premier later this month, CBR News caught up with series Producer & Story Editor Dwayne McDuffie to learn more about the show and their plans for this new season.
An explanation for not remembering the fifth of November, while Mike S. Miller gets a check, we gets two different perspectives on the Man of Tomorrow, Steve Niles nabs a director and "The Amazing Screw-On Head" shows an affinity for seafood.
Freshly rested from the long weekend, we look at big-name coverage for the Last Son of Krypton, speed up our chance to see Johnny Blaze, talk about more DCU crossovers in Kansas' weirdest town, pump iron with Eric Forman, peek in on "Spawn," "Teen Titans," "The Batman" and more.
Giving the devil his due, riding the rails with the Last Son of Krypton, more fun with industrial accidents, no joking matter in Gotham, the royal treatment for Marvel's Merry Mutants and more as we take the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
There's a new one sheet poster for the return of Kal-El to cineplexes, plus press coverage. We've also got a more military solution for the kids at Westchester, spoilers aplenty for the start of Clark Kent's college years, notes on who's headed to Gotham and more in the week's penultimate news summary.
It just feels like the Torch in here, as the hit WB series deluges us with stuff promoting the upcoming season. Meanwhile, we find somebody who found a lot more of Richard Donner's work than you might have, take a look at the new Stargirl and check in on future episodes of DC's mightiest animated heroes.
A slow news day looks at smart, sassy women in Kansas' strangest town, finds a super villain to fight Uma Thurman and blows a cool breeze into Westchester for today's look at links, legends and lies.
Barbara Gordon takes to Gotham's skyline once again, the doctor is in at Xavier's (but not the one you may have expected), Spike gets naked and shoves Lex Luthor around, David Cronenberg can kill a man with his bare hands, the Justice League is back and more to start off your week right.
That's no cloud of doom hovering over the animated Gotham City, it's a huge wad of money! Meanwhile, Johnny Blaze is ready to heat it up, a teenaged Clark Kent takes in some snowy climates and Brandon Routh takes a break, all in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Screenwriter John Rogers speaks about the greatest hour of television never aired, plus new looks at Neil Gaiman's cinematic efforts, new voices joining Todd McFarlane's new animated adventure and one of the minds behind the Hound of Steel spills it all.
The old Canucklehead may be looking for a new dance partner, we may get an all-new trip back to Third Earth, Viggo wants his Court TV, Joss Whedon slips one in on you and more in today's news summary.
The resumes are going out from the career center in Westchester, while Bruce Wayne's producer insists we're all ahead of the batarang. Frank Miller dreams of an endless streat of noir, the ballad of Clark Kent's childhood home gets more twangy and much more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
Could the Invisible Woman be fading out on the sequel? is that a new photo of Clark Kent at work as a reporter? Who's looking for "A Dame To Kill For?" What voices will bring Todd McFarlane's flagship character to life once again? Plus, what's up with "The Exec," "Smallville" and "X-Men 3?" The answers and more on the next episode of "Soap," er, The Comic Reel!
Get a brief look at the footage a select few saw in San Diego, find out what Professor X says about secrets, who's back for another semester, how Spike likes his new role and how much OE Neil Gaiman likes in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Will there be two sequels for Frank Miller's noir masterpiece, or just one? We try to find out, while the Fifth of November will have to wait until March, a rumors site guesses at which rumors are lies and which are true, and one of the Bat's animated incarnations gets a new Vicki Vale.