Bill Nighy is looking to play the villain to Aaron Eckhart's Adam in I, Frankenstein.
Scott Beatty gave the skinny on "The Last Phantom's" new story arc, sharing insight into Kit Walker and giving readers a taste of what a super-crossover with Buck Rogers and Sherlock Holmes might look like.
Writer Scott Beatty takes on the original detective dynamic duo in 2011, exploring Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson's first year and case as partners in a new Dynamite series.
Dynamite has announced a new series based on classic detective Sherlock Holmes with a story written by Scott Beatty and illustrated by Daniel Lindro exploring the character's early career.
Writer Scott Beatty spoke with CBR News about his role in Dynamite Entertainment's series "The Last Phantom," letting fans know what to expect from Kit Walker in this new take on The Ghost Who Walks.
The creative team of Alex Ross, Scott Beatty and Eduardo Ferigato bring the Ghost who Walks to Dynamite Entertainment with "The Last Phantom," a dramatic re-imagining of the character coming out this summer.
As Dynamite's futuristic sci-fi hero's journey comes to a close with issue #12, writer Scott Beatty reveals a bit about the closing story and Buck's future in comics. Plus, read the entire first issue right here on CBR.
A special done-in-one issue of Dynamiite's new "Buck Rogers" series blasts off to bring aboard new fans while classic villains, twisted timelines and antagonistic romance waits in the wings, explains writer Scott Beatty.
Writer Scott Beatty starts his 25th Century tour with a 25-cent one-shot and the
supposed death of an icon in Dynamite's "Buck Rogers" #0, on sale in May. CBR
spoke with Beatty about the issue and the ambitious ongoing that follows.
Written by Scott Beatty with illustrations by Carlos Rafael and covers by John
Cassaday and Alex Ross, Dynamite Entertainment's new "Buck Rogers" series
begins in May with a 25Â¢ first issue.
Baby villains, anti-superhero squadrons and the all-new Gen14 beset Wildstorm's
signature teenage team in ravaged earth that is World's End. To learn
more about "Gen13," CBR News spoke with writer Scott Beatty.