CBR's ONE TO WATCH launches this week, shining the spotlight on comic book writer Chris Roberson as we discuss the "Superman: Grounded" controversy, his humble beginnings and the current state of his career.
Contrary to remarks made over the weekend by actor Walter Koenig, creator J. Michael Straczynski tells Spinoff Online that he's not negotiating with Warner Bros. to develop more Babylon 5.
Paramount Pictures has the World War Z opening date for Dec. 21, 2012, though a newly released synopsis suggests that some changes have been made to the story.
J. Michael Straczynski managed his own Comic-Con spotlight panel, sharing news on "Superman: Earth One," "The Twelve," "Babylon 5," "World War Z" and his unexpected and happy family reunion.
The all-star creators behind the September relaunch of the original superhero take the stage at Comic-Con, and Superman news from Grant Morrison's on "Action Comics" to JMS on "Superman: Earth One" was there in full force.
James Badge Dale joins the cast of World War Z, which will reportedly start shooting this summer in Glasgow.
From his early days as a comics fan through his pitch to bring the Thunder God back to earth to his work on the "Thor" film, J. Michael Straczynski tells CBR all about his Asgardian pedigree.
DC Comics has released previews for Phil Hester and Don Kramer's "Wonder Woman" #606 and Paul Cornell and Pete Woods' "Action Comics" #899, both hitting stores next Wednesday, March 30.
"Superman" scripter Chris Roberson spoke with CBR about following in the storytelling steps of J. Michael Straczynski, his upcoming plans for the series and what to expect from his take on the Man of Steel.
DreamWorks has picked up Voices from the Dead from Changeling screenwriter and well-known comic scribe J. Michael Straczynski, who spoke first with Spinoff about the roaring '20s mystery centering on real-life friends Arthur Conan Doyle and Harry Houdini.