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We've got pictures of the Iron Man Mach 1 armor unveiling, complete with Joe Quesada, Jon Favreau, Robert Downey Jr., Stan Winston and Adi Granov! It was a madhouse and we've got it covered.
On Friday morning outside the San Diego Convention Center, CBR News correspondent Emmett Furey participated in a Joker recruitment drive, part of a viral marketing campaign for the upcoming "Batman Begins" sequel "Dark Knight."
From "Superman/Doomsday" to "JLA: New Frontier," animation icon Bruce Timm has left his stamp on the mindstates of comics fans everywhere, and now he's talking about the process and making things work.
The Joker's back, Marvel gets a package, the BPRD reorganizes as well as "Ark" and "Teen Titans" news in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Treksperts revisit the history of the Trek universe, talk about the new JJ Abrams movie, HDDVD remastered project, and an upcoming fan-created episode featuring George Takei.
DEVELOPING- A mysterious, apparently "Dark Knight"-related website was discovered today, directing visitors to go to certain coordinates in San Diego to tryout for what appears to be the Joker's gang.
A dash of comedy, some western flavor, and plenty of horror seem to be on Lion Gate's menu.
Iron Man, Stardust, Beowulf, Star Trek, Indiana Jones, and all kinds of movie news to make your head spin.
After much anticipation, DC Comics delivered shocks and surprises to thousands who gathered to watch the world premiere of "Superman: Doomsday."
UPDATED: An image of Heath Ledger as the Joker has been discovered on the cryptic Joker-recruitment drive website discovered earlier today, as was the first trailer for next year's "The Dark Knight.
Comic-Con attendees got a sneak-peek of the new NBC sitcom imprinted into their brains -- not via e-mail, but rather through a panel held Friday.
The creators of the upcoming animated Spider-Man series held a packed panel discussing Peter Parker's new lease on life in animation.
"Get Smart," "Whiteout," and discover who's watching the "Watchmen."
Even more green gets infused into the reboot of Bruce Banner, Alan Moore's superhero masterpiece has a cast, ancient Danish legends come to life, Frank Miller speaks, plus "The Gamekeeper," "Iron Man," The Dark Knight" and much more.
With a huge "Heroes" panel coming up this weekend at Comic-Con, the excitement is mounting for fans of the show. We have photos from the first new episode, "Four Months Later."
Ah, Mister Dreiberg, we presume? As well we check out, frequent air miles in Kansas, falling into fables and sneaking on to the 'con floor days early, plus "Sandman" and more.
CBR News sat down with "Beowulf" screenwriter Roger Avary to discuss his collaboration with Neil Gaiman on the screenplay for Robert Zemeckis' animated film based on the classic poem.
The Hollywood Reporter has released the names of the actors appearing in principle roles in "300" director Zack Snyder's adaptation of Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons' most revered superhero work.
Wednesday night at Comic-Con, CBR News learned that Dreamworks Pictures has snapped up "The Damned" & "Courtney Crumrin," two of Oni Press' hottest titles.
Which helicarrier? Look for the one that says "one bad mother--" Anyhoo, in other news, the future sends in the clones, Angelina Jolie speak, plus "John Hancock" to "The Batman" and beyond.
The weekend delivered fresh rumors about who'll star in the long-awaited, anticipated adaptation. Rorschach? Sally Jupiter? Ozymandias? Who will bring these characters to life? We consider the question within ...
CBR's own personal Chi-town spy is back with more looks at the set, plus we check out YouTube video and wonder what the teaser will look like.
Tony Stark gets hands-on, Minutemen may be checking in, Billy Batson likes being big and Frank Castle gets a new look, plus news on "30 Days of Night," "Heroes," "Smallville," "Green Hornet" and more.
The ol' Canucklehead has finally found some direction in the form of the Oscar-winning South African director of "Tsotsi."
What if this guy was a super hero? The guy from "Knocked Up" and "The 40 Year Old Virgin" to play a millionaire publisher turned masked crime fighter.
Brit Reid's funnier than you expected, it's all magic from Neil Gaiman, a "Smallville" scoop, "Heroes" news and a word from Harvey Dent.
Get close to Bruce Wayne, hits Amazon.com with Tony Stark, take a peek at Neil Gaiman's fantasy and discover there's hope for horror -- plus, what's up with "AVP2?"
"Heroes" has been nominated in the category of Outstanding Drama Series at the 59th Annual Primetime Emmys. Additionally, star Masi Oka is in the running for Supporting Actor in a Drama trophy. UPDATED with remarks from Tim Kring and Masi Oka.
Paramount Pictures has provided CBR News with an exclusive clip from the film "Stardust," featuring Michelle Pfeiffer and Ricky Gervais in a memorable scene.
Season premiere news for Clark Kent, Hiro with a lot to say and Harvey Dent flashing a grin, all in today's look at comics-related movie links, legends and lies.
As the industry prepares for San Diego, Chi-Town's finest talks about picking up the gun, HBO still wants that old time religion, Al Gough speaks and the Joker hits the small screen.
Harvey Dent speaks, somebody new is chasing Dr. Banner, washed-up capes come to TV and Zack Snyder's next big thing. Plus, a "Transformers" update to start your week right.
Creator Jimmy Palmiotti sent CBR News some photos from tonight's episode of the Sci Fi Network series, and CBR has them for you!
It's not an unlucky day when Bruce Wayne speaks, Jimmy Palmiotti drops the e-mail, and two indie creators cash the check. Plus "Watchmen," "Asterix" and more.
There's a new Kryptonian in town, Minx makes herself known, Bruce Banner heads to South America and Bumblebee speaks. Plus "The Dark Knight" and "New Frontier!"
CBR News is always open, as proved by today's heavily DC-flavored news summary touching on a certain wig-wearing super villain, a Governator in Army fatigues and a new resident in Gotham.
Could we have our Jon Osterman? Abe Sapien blogs from Budapest, Dan Slott sends gamma rays to the Baxter Building and an anime property gets its time to shine, plus much more.
The rumors fly fast and furious about a cartel of costumed criminals hell bent on bashing the Bat in director Christopher Nolan's sequel "The Dark Knight." CBR News investigates ...
A scooper emailed CBR with news and photos showing at Lt. Jim Gordon at work, and CBR News brings it to directly to you!
The new Rachel Dawes speaks, Jon Favreau returns to MySpace, Will Smith shows a different side of being a superhero, a fan parties with Bruce Banner, plus three versions of Superman.