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.
J.J. Abrams reportedly has at last made his involvement official, putting the sequel to the 2009 blockbuster on the fast track, with the director hoping to begin shooting this winter.
This week saw the 45th anniversary of the debut of Star Trek, the science fiction franchise that reflected the optimism of the space race and made science fiction mainstream years before George Lucas would manage to get Darth Vader to pant heavily. As a television show, it changed everything and taught the world many valuable lessons... like the ones we're about to share with you.
Does absence really make the heart grow fonder? In a week where a follow-up to Blade Runner was confirmed, I find myself wondering whether or not there comes a point where a movie is too old to warrant a sequel.
Chief Creative Officer Chris Ryall and editor Scott Dunbier with special creator guests spun the wheel (literally) to bring Comic-Con attendees the latest news from IDW Publishing.
Joined by writers Tony Lee & Tom Zahler, IDW & iVerse discussed their partnership & latest digital comics innovations, including a new all-Transformers app.
J.J. Abrams is reportedly "moving toward a commitment" to direct the sequel to his 2009 blockbuster hit Star Trek.
IDW has announced "Star Trek/Legion of Super-Heroes," a 6-issue mini co-produced with DC Comics. CBR News spoke with writer Chris Roberson about the October crossover.
Ron Howard's ambitious plan to adapt Stephen King's The Dark Tower seems to be dead for now, one question remains: Who will manage to pull off the TV/movie crossover trick first?
IDW Publishing CCO Chris Ryall spoke with CBR News about changes in the industry, details on upcoming projects including new "30 Days of Night" and "Transformers," in-house talent and the future of Joe Hill's "Locke & Key."
Undoubtedly crushing the dreams of some fans of the original television series, William Shatner says he won't be boarding the sequel to J.J. Abrams' 2009 franchise reboot.
IDW Publishing and writer/producer Roberto Orci are bringing "Star Trek" back to comics in September promise to "take the crew of the Enterprise farther than they've ever been."
Confirming that he'll next turning his attention to the Star Trek sequel, J.J. Abrams suggested the movie probably won't be finished by its announced June 29, 2012, release date. “I care much more that it be good than it be ready," he said.