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.
You might not think so to look at him, but British actor, writer and jazzercise expert Stephen Fry is, in fact, Robert Downey Jr.'s brother. Or, at least, he will be in the second Sherlock Holmes movie.
With Sherlock Holmes 2 due in December of next year, it's no surprise that a lot of rumor surrounds the identity of its main villain - Or, rather, the actor who'll fill the impressively large shoes of Moriarty, when he finally deigns to appear.
To the outrage of some, the BBC has decided not to screen the pilot for its new Sherlock Holmes series, but instead rework the series and go straight into production on the series. Was it really that bad?
Warner Bros. CEO Barry Meyer revealed today the studio is close giving a go-ahead to a movie based on DC Comics' The Flash. He also set Dec. 16, 2011, as the release date for the Sherlock Holmes sequel, and mentioned an Aquaman movie is in development.
Is Brad Pitt going to play Sherlock Holmes' archnemesis in the next Holmes movie? The answer from the movie's writers manages to be helpful and useless all at once.
"Sherlock Holmes," opening December 25, is good mix of ideas and talents. With a winning onscreen duo and great production values, the film recasts the well known literary hero as an action star - a change which works quite well.
CBR spoke with producers Joel Silver, Susan Downey and Lionel Wigram about the upcoming "Sherlock Holmes" movie, starring Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law, discussing the film's fresh take on Holmes, its comics link and more.
Dynamite has provided CBR exclusively with the first issues of "Jungle Girl Season Two" and "Sherlock Holmes: The Trial of Sherlock Holmes." The hardcover collections of both series are available in stores today.
Written by Ian Edginton, Wildstorm's "Victorian Undead" features Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson in a foggier than usual London, confronting the most extraordinary case of their career - why are the dead returning to life?
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new books on sale this Wednesday, including "Project Superpowers: Meet the Bad Guys" #2, "The Boys" #35, "Sherlock Holmes" #5 and more.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Buck Rogers" #2, "Sherlock Holmes" #3 and the trade paperback edition of "Dan Dare Omnibus."