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Ollie Queen shows up big time, Tim Story gets his blog on, an EXCLUSIVE scooper sends in data on who's adapting killer pets and Jack Ryder, plus news on "Hellboy 2," "300" and more.
Megatron's looks are still shrouded in mystery, while John Woo isn't too interested in Eternia, a comic gets optioned before ever being published and Alfred feels heroic, plus news on "Heroes."
The Dark Knight, Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers, Legion of Super-Heroes: October 16th Comic Reel Wrap
While pushing one film, the lords of Gotham end up talking about another, plus underground hits YouTube, Will Smith tries to find new direction, another look at the future, plus news on "Hellboy," "300," "Transformers," "Wolverine" and much more.
If the rest of the day leaves you unlucky, at least you can get "Prime" pictures, a new color scheme for the Surfer, fast pointy sticks in Kansas and crossovers on NBC, plus "Dark Knight" news to close the week.
The animated "Legion of Super Heroes" is earning a lot of acclaim, so we sat down with Story Editor & Head Writer Rob Hoegee to learn about what's next. Will Validus' origin be addressed? Why did Timber Wolf come from Raal? We've got all the answers.
We've got the word on Professor Broom's animated baby boy, Stan the Man gets all kinds of classy, we hone in on the pregnancy in Kansas and secrets are revealed, plus news on "Hulk 2," "Punisher 2" and more.
Somebody's getting married, somebody's kicking butt, somebody's shooting down rumors and somebody's almost done -- all that, plus we bring you the head of Optimus Prime, and wonder who's expecting in "Smallville."
All "Rhodes" lead to the "Crash" star, who will stand beside Downey's Stark. Plus, Sir Richard Branson goes to the movies, shooting continues in Motown and Marcus Van Sciver hold out hope, plus more.
Comics came up big at Spike TVs Scream Awards taped Saturday night in Hollywood. CBR News has the results, plus photos of winners and attendees Frank Miller, Robert Kirkman, Brandon Routh, Ozzy Osbourne and many more. Updated 9:50 AM
Mark Steven Johnson is already battling critics, an indie gets a shot at the big times, the future looks bright and Megatron might sound familiar, plus news about "FF2," "Smallville," "300" and more.
It's the third anniversary of the Comic Reel, and we check in on the masterpiece of superhero fiction, look in on ancient Sparta, talk technical with Jon Favreau and more in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Lets Go Legionnaires! "Legion Of Super Heroes" animated series producer James Tucker spoke with CBR News about the hit series, the villains to come, continuity, and what to expect in the near future…of the future.
Everybody's all about the trailers, from ancient Greece to the bad back roads of the US, while Greg Grunberg gets a spouse, Clark could get more company than he expects, plus news on "AVP2."
For those of you who can't watch a noisy trailer at work, we've got you covered. Check out 50 screen grabs from the new trailer for the upcoming film "300" based on the Frank Miller graphic novel.
Bumblebee keeps moping around the set, while we keep getting tidbits from Kansas, check out the new NBC series and get a new look at the Baxter Building.
Chloe in Gotham City? A future herald makes out with the Human Torch? Ollie thinks that outfit is working? Jean Grey as Bethany Cabe? The questions are many, and the answers are here ... maybe ...
"Heroes" is the first hit of the Fall, 2006 television season. CBR News visited the set of the show and watched them film scenes from episode five and got a chance to talk with actor Greg Grunberg about the show.
Animated and live action looks at the events around Marvel's first family, a deluge of data from fans of Kansas action, Agent Weiss speaks as does Optimus Prime, plus news on "The Dark Knight," "Ghost Rider" and much more.
The armor has been filled, thank you very much, while Guillermo del Toro drops hints, Sticky loses his job and the web is alive with the news from Kansas for the last news summary of the week.
Nothing's off limit when it comes to Comedy Central's "Drawn Together." With the season 3 premiere almost upon us, creators Matt Silverstein and Dave Jeser spoke to CBR news about the hit Comedy Central show.
Humans, here's your chance to catch up with Robots in Disguise! Plus, could the former Mrs. Luthor pick the gun back up in two months? We wonder, while seeing sewers sooner, hanging with Spidey and more.
Rosario Dawson keeps on being every fanboy's dream, while we get a big web-spinning spoiler, Frank Miller speaks and so does Robert Kirkman, plus much more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
More Autobots are ready to roll out, Alfred heads back for Wayne Manor, Guillermo del Toro rephrases himself and there's fashion and budget talks in Kansas, plus "Legion" news and more.
It's fashion week for Kansas' brightest stars, while a manga property gets animated, Michelle Dessler takes on monsters and there's a new barbarian, plus news on "Transformers," "The Batman" and more.
Say "cheese!" It's a very photogenic day in Kansas, while roommates battle for world domination (and fridge space), Tim Kring speaks and mechanoids take over the Motor City, plus more in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Frank Miller's historical vision leaps to life, while Johnny Depp brushes up on his French, the news comes pouring in from Kansas and Bruce Banner heads to the Baxter Building, all in today's news summary.
Monday, September 25th, the new television show "Heroes" debuts on NBC. CBR News spoke with series creator Tim Kring in a 1-on-1 interview at length about the show, it's creations and their plans for the season.
Has Jon Favreau blockaded the production offices, Waco-style? We wonder while considering a new incarnation of DC's greatest heroes, keep it hard core in ancient Sparta and find out secrets in animated Gotham, plus more.
The first episode of the new NBC series "Heroes" hits next Monday, but today CBR News gives you a review of the pilot. Did the show hit or miss? Read on to find out.
With the announcement of Johnny Depp's involvement in a film version of "Rex Mundi," we spoke with series writer/co-creator Arvid Nelson for a few words about the adaptation.
Fans can stop worrying about an "American Idol" in an invisible plane, while battling fan sites keep the salvoes flying and the erstwhile Agent Weiss hits the gym.
The new season's almost here, and everybody's looking at Clark's new network, while the Quesada/Palmiotti checks keep rolling in, ol' Jade Jaws may get technical, rumors float around Gotham, plus new on "Hellboy," "Wanted," "Ghost Rider," "Iron Man" and more.
If you're not interested in televised goings on, it's a rough day for you, as Green Arrow speaks and some people who get super powers decide to use them for evil (shocker!) in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Imperious Rex! The Avenging Son is headed to the silver screen, courtesy of a director who's seen the future. Plus, Diana might be suburban, animation is not be enough for Earth's Mightiest Heroes and Heath Ledger speaks again.
Could the script have leaked already? Corroboration is hard to come by, but we look anyway, alongside seeing a grim future for the erstwhile Spike, a big future for the anime property, the uphill climb for a rapper-turned actor and more.
Michael Chiklis lets you know what part of New York he's from, while Dick Grayson gets explored, the Daywalker throws down, normal people freak out plus news on when you can see that "Teen Titans" feature.
The sites are back at war over the hit CW series, while Josh Hartnett talks horror, Bumblebee takes a break, spies scoop Tim Story, and news on "Legion of Super-Heroes," "Hellboy's" animated future, "Blade" and how Heath Ledger will play the Joker.
Collecting the information like Teletran, we sit down with Sticky, look at a younger version of a fan favorite and focus on Sam Elliot for the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Chloe Sullivan has her say, Optimus Prime sees the light of day, Johnny Blaze knows the score and from the new metahuman drama we've got more -- there's rhyme and reason in today's news wrap.
Stepping into the role Wesley Snipes made famous in the Blade movies is no easy task, but Kirk "Sticky" Jones was up for it. We spoke with the "Blade" star about the show and a return to the studio as a member of the hardcore rap group Onyx.