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Take a look at Christopher Chance while Malkovich enjoys mint juleps on the verandah, Kal-El may check into the Matrix, plus news on "No Heroics," "Watchmen," "Smallville" and more.
Sorry, Ororo -- maybe you can make it into the next spinoff! Michael Bay also has some things to say (and spill), there's a new fast-paced rumor, plus "Judge Dredd," "Heroes" and more.
"Terminator Salvation" director McG premiered brand new footage of the upcoming apocalyptic actioner at NYCC and fielded fan questions ranging from Arnold's involvement to Christian Bale's infamous outburst.
Series mastermind Joss Whedon and star Tahmoh Penikett talked to NYCC attendees about Fox's science fiction drama "Dollhouse," as well as their work on "Buffy," "Battlestar Galactica" and more.
"The Dark Knight" producer Michael Uslan, son David Uslan, producer Tom Lynch and writer Len Wein hosted a panel discussion spotlighting Lee Kohse's "Kindergoth," and the challenges of translating comics to TV.
Kenneth Branagh really impressed Joe Quesada, more of Zack Snyder's visions hit the web, Kevin Grevioux cashes a check plus "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World," "Kuki Ningyo" and more.
CBR's exclusive question-and-answer session with "Heroes" writers Aron Coleite & Joe Pokaski, BEHIND THE ECLIPSE, returns just in time for tonight's new episode of the NBC series, "Trust and Blood."
Tons of news from NYCC, including a spoiler from Dave Gibbons, a look at the Fallen, a check for Bendis, "Smallville," Wolverine," "Wonder Woman," "Black Panther," "The Losers" and more.
From India with love -- Rob Liefeld gets a big check, Brett Ratner has a new project in the works, and some of the poster children of the 90s are headed to a cineplex near you.
"Venture Bros. creators Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer were at NYCC with surprise guest Michael Sinterniklaas and imaginary guest of honor David Bowie in tow to talk about the fan favorite cartoon series.
Director Pete Docter and producer Jonas Rivera were at New York Comic Con to premiere several new clips from Disney/Pixar's upcoming film "Up!" for an eager crowd of attendees, who were then treated to a Q&A session with the panel.
Teases of two new shows hit the NYCC with the announcement of an animated Super Hero Squad and a screening of an episode of the Iron Man cartoon. Plus, news about old favorites and a surprising development with Marvel and music.
Dave Gibbons hosted as the first 18 minutes of "Watchmen" premiered at New York Comic Con, as did a special never-before-scene clip from later in the film. Come find out just how good it was.
Diana Prince made her stunning solo animated feature debut at NYCC in "Wonder Woman," the latest DCU animated film starring the voices of Keri Russell, Nathan Fillion and Alfred Molina!
Writer Brian Michael Bendis has confirmed at the New York Comic Con that the "Powers" television series is now in active development as a pilot for the FX cable network.
Logan's getting rescheduled, Hal's writer advises cautious optimism and Henry Selick stops by. Plus, we wonder at "Transformers," check out rumors from "Smallville" and more.
CBR News catches up with director Henry Selick on the eve of “Coraline’s” release to speak about the “Nightmare Before Christmas,” animation challenges and the effects of technology on stop motion animation.
Yet another look inside James Wong's manga visions, direction for Oa, Middle Eastern developments from Michael Bay, Tony Stark's not hearing any Russian, "Watchmen" news and more.
The clean-pated man slated to order around Hal Jordan isn't from Oa, and CBR News brings you the latest on who's headed to helm the DC adaptation, plus news on what other films Warner Bros. has cooking.
Cartoon Network has provided CBR News with two clips from the February 6th airing episode of "Batman: The Brave and the Bold" called "The Eyes of Despero," featuring Dr. Fate as well as the entire Green Lantern Corps!
Lana never can say goodbye to the small screen, language skills help looking at the new trailers, Neil Gaiman speaks his mind, plus "Transformers 2" pictures, "Heroes" scoop and more.
CBR talks with Neil Gaiman to talk about "Coraline," the new film based on his best-selling novella. The writer also discusses with us his work on the Batman story, "Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader?"
CBR sits down with "Variety" writer Tom McLean, author of the new book "Mutant Cinema: The X-Men Trilogy from Comics to Screen," to talk about the book and whether or not the third X-Men movie is really so bad.
Get a little closer to Zack Snyder's band of costumed adventurers, Teri Hatcher's a Neil Gaiman fan, NBC's hit series is back, plus Peter Parker in Michigan, "Push" and more.
CBR's exclusive question-and-answer session with "Heroes" writers Aron Coleite & Joe Pokaski, BEHIND THE ECLIPSE, returns just in time for tonight's new episode of the NBC series, beginning volume four, "Fugitives."
David Uslan, son of "Dark Knight" producer Michael Uslan, launches COG 1 Entertainment with two films and two TV series based on comics. We talk with Uslan about his family's comics legacy and COG 1's upcoming work.
Logan may have missed the big game but shows his face anyway, as does Rorschach, while giant robots made like James Harrison in addition to news about "G.I. Joe," "Hellboy 3" and so much more.
Courtesy of Titan Books, CBR brings you exclusive images from the forthcoming book, "Watchmen: The Art of the Film," on sale February 8 in comic book stores and booksellers everywhere.
CBR News wraps up its interviews with the cast and crew of “Hulk Vs.” with a chat with writer Chris Yost. Find out why the Hulk smashes Thor and Wolverine, as well as who might be next in Marvel's line of animated features.
Political thriller “XIII” comes to U.S. TV in February, adapted from the Belgian comics by Jean Van Hamme & William Vance's. We spoke with producer Jay Firestone about the four-hour event starring Val Kilmer & Stephen Dorff.
The would-be Black Widow gets deported ... to Lilliput? We wonder why while looking into the near future in Kansas, file cards for the antiterrorist team and much more to close out the week.
Animation producer and comics writer Craig Kyle talks in-depth about Marvel's direct-to-DVD animated double-feature, “Hulk Vs.,” as well as the process of writing superheroes for grown-ups, the future of Marvel Animation and much more.
With his hit CBS show "Rules of Engagement" ramping up for a third season, actor Patrick Warburton talks to CBR News about his beloved role as The Tick in the cult-classic live-action series.
Telepaths are having a problem figuring out the plot, Soundwave makes his first appearance, Red 5 Comics gets a big check, plus we have news on "Green Hornet," "Watchmen," "Wolverine" and more.
CBR News caught up with Steve Blum, who plays the voice of Wolverine in "Hulk Vs. Wolverine" and "Wolverine and the X-Men," to talk about the fan-favorite character and Blum's own unexpected career in acting.
From "Batman Beyond" to Blue Beetle in "The Brave and the Bold," veteran voice actor Will Friedle brings life to the young heroes of the DC Universe. CBR spoke with the performer about his role of Jamie Reyes.
Cobra Commander steps up to explain himself, as do Dr. Banner, Logan and Deadpool while we have more secrets from Kansas' strangest town, plus "Tintin," "Watchmen," "Torso" and more.
Fred Tatasciore is the Hulk in the "Hulk Vs." double bill. We spoke with the actor about this role, how it differs from his portrayal of the Beast on "Wolverine and the X-Men," and how to avoid injury when roaring is your job.
Time to get reacquainted with Tim Kring's creations, manga makes money and covers concerns, producer James Tucker talks about the blues, plus "Hulk Vs." and Stan Lee's quest to get paid.
Frank Paur has worked on projects like "G.I. Joe" and "Batman: The Animated Series," and now on the direct-to-DVD "Hulk Vs." Find out what he had to say about pitting the Green Goliath against Wolverine and Thor.