With all the news about The Hobbit movie and movies based on fairytales being announced left, right and center, I have one very simple question to ask the collective minds of Hollywood: Why isn't there a massive Dungeons & Dragons movie being made at this very minute?
"Star Trek: Khan: Ruling in Hell" is on sale now from IDW. CBR spoke with co-writer Scott Tipton about the series, which explores the infamous villain's early days on pre- and post-apocalyptic Ceti Alpha V.
A zombie invasion hits "Transformers," "G.I. Joe," "Star Trek" and "Ghostbusters" in IDW's "Infestation," launching in January with a Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning-penned mini. CBR spoke with IDW about the event.
Wondering what to expect from the upcoming Star Trek sequel? According to co-writer Damon Lindelof, you should take a look at what The Dark Knight did for Batman...
With the new rumor that Warner Bros is already thinking about the third Green Lantern movie before the first has even finished shooting, I started to wonder: Why are movies so obsessed with trilogies?
Stargate fans can win an Aurora Stunner, while Star Trek enthusiasts in the Las Vegas area this weekend have an even bigger opportunity to win some cool props.
Scott Tipton, together with his brother David and artist Federica Manfredi, boldly goes to the classic "Star Trek" era as Kirk, Spock and company assess an advance but secretive planet for Federation membership.
This weekend sees the opening of a new theme park devoted entirely to Harry Potter. What other successful movies deserve their own theme parks?
Last week, I asked which season finale has excited you most, but following a week that's seen the series finales for Lost, Law & Order, 24 and FlashForward, I'm thinking bigger. Which show's final episode made the biggest impact on you?
Not content with saving the world multiple times and inspiring fans, Star Trek has decided that it's time to start teaching the world the basics of 23rd century science.
Before a galaxy of fervent fans, the "Star Trek" science officer peered into his blue viewfinder at Emerald City ComiCon to reminisce about a career worth being thankful for.