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Blackheart makes his first appearance, as does Super Uma, while Brandon Routh's folks head to Australia and we dig up more dirt on Clark Kent's childhood home, all in today's look at links, legends and lies.
There's a new fashion consciousness for today's Themisciran lady, while Johnny Storm gets ready for his close-up, Cyclops talks about impregnating Lois Lane, we get a look at Ultimate Animated Black Widow, some good ol' boys get back together and more in a not-so-special All Hallow's Eve episode of the Comic Reel.
New looks at Nic Cage as Johnny Blaze, more nearly naked Lois Lane, a peek inside the production of the hit Kids WB series and Richard Donner calls it a comeback, all in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
In what could possibly be the slowest news day in recorded history, we check in with collegiate Clark Kent (as well as some good old boys) and the good professor. Meanwhile, a certain son of the Rodina gets the whole shebang, as we bring you today's look at links.
Todd McFarlane's all set to get in depth with his demonic antihero, an old friend of Storm may be joining Magneto in San Fran, Lex Luthor's main squeeze causes some property damage, Angel's erstwhile Watcher sees his own reflection and much more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
The Batcave is once again showing signs of life, while a hot killer nun in a skimpy outfit is set to assault cineplexes, we know what Robin and his team will be up to for the next four weeks and what could be wrong with good ol' boys and strip clubs? Not a darned thing!
Tony Stark is heading back to the drawing board, while Marv and Nancy Callahan get coaxial, the former Mrs. Lex Luthor gets super powers, Reed Richards squares off against Optimus Prime, John Cena gets a gun, Joss Whedon scribbles away furiously and Lois Lane gets her strip on in the week's first news summary.
The collegiate life leads to some wild times for Lana (yes, Lana) while Cyclops still has some sights to see in Westchester and Digger Harkness calls it a comeback on Cartoon Network, all in the week's last news summary.
The real reason for Bryan Singer getting the gig may have been psychological, we learn, while there's a whole lot of news coming from Xavier's Academy and Christopher Nolan confirms when -- and how -- he'll return to Gotham City in the week's penultimate look at links, legends and lies.
Lois and Orin sitting in a tree (or pond) ... well, you know how the rhyme goes. Plus Riley and Huey are headed for your living room, we get another good look at Viggo, Hellboy goes Cimmerian and Hugo Weaving still gets to blow stuff up in today's news summary.
Don't rush to bring your gun, Orci and Kurtzman say, while Rob Bowman's anxious to get back inside Jennifer Garner's ... head, Orin speaks, hookers head for Westchester and more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
Dominated by coaxial commentary, we look at the Canucklehead getting episodic, peek in on the Titans East, find out what it's like being Janet Van Dyne, wonder what's left for Bryan Singer and much more to start your week off right.
There's an age limit for getting into totalitarian England, plus Uma gets super powers and an attitude, Platinum Studios gets a new NBC series, Frank Miller's noir masterpiece gets a fresh look, all in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
On the campaign trail with Lex Luthor, in the air with Halle Berry, in the back streets of Gotham with Christian Bale and in Vancouver with the Daywalker, today's news summary is all over the world today.
Lex Luthor in spandex? Professor William the Bloody? A former Batman becoming the Joker? What in the name of Julius Schwartz is going on in today's news summary? There's only one way to find out ...
Today's news summary brings insider gossip about the Man of Steel, musical cues for Frank MIller (and possibly Brett Ratner too), intelligence reports from Marvel and Lions Gate, Luke Wilson having the worst break up ever, a quick stop in Gotham City and more.
Clark Kent's sticky, Frank Miller's got a budget, Jean Grey's younger self speaks, anarchy hold sway over totalitarian England, the Doctor looks at when he'll check out, Bryan SInger's birthday break is over, and so much more in the week's first look at links, legends and lies.
There's tons of looks at Kansas' strangest town, with even a slip and slide for James Marsters. Rob Bowman has a relatively new movie he'd like you to see, and we're unlikely to see Billy Batson or Kato.
Today marks the two year anniversary of the Comic Reel, and we celebrate with Kate Bosworth talking inspiration, Gerard Butler finding his queen, a certain Spidey-villain having wardrobe malfunctions, interplanetary Confederate officers and much more.
Getting up close and personal with King Orin of Atlantis, while Halle Berry made a visit to the stylist and John Wesley Shipp heads to DVD in a compact edition of our daily news summary.
It's a slow news day as we catch the flight of angels, go from sticker to film, dress up with Arthur Curry and play villain shell game with Peter Parker, all in today's look at links, legends and lies.
A huge day of news including what the Nose knows, a David Cronenberg story that has to be seen to be believed, more mutant-related data, an animated look on a foreign cowboy, a vampire slayer who wants to be Themiscira's Finest and much more. UPDATED: With Nicolas Cage's baby ... well, you have to read it ...
A slow news day as the principals on David Cronenberg's new film chat to the media, we sneak a peek at Xavier's next semester, David Goyer gets ready to head for Canada and Jessica Alba's nearly naked, all in the week's last look at legends, links and lies.
In a Q&A panel at Wizard World Boston Friday afternoon, screenwriter Greg Johnson and VP of Marvel Studios' Animation Development Craig Kyle released further details about "Ultimate Avengers: The Movie."
Ryan Reynolds is still ready to run as the scarlet speedster, while Senator Roarke and Wendy are headed back into Frank Miller's noir masterwork, Earth's Mightiest Heroes get a poster, somebody's looking for a new oracle, more "Smallville" spoilers abound and much more in the week's penultimate news summary. Updated
EXCLUSIVE! Is David Goyer headed to Canada, to bring back the Daywalker? Speaking of vampires, Bruce Wayne goes head to head with the grandaddy of them all, while Gaiman and McKean find a new way to work together, a familiar Trickster calls it a comeback, a fresh digital display for Spidey and much more.
Mary Jane spills the beans, and now we know just who ol' Web Head will square off against. Plus, they're looking for a few good Spartans, Clark Kent keeps churning out trailers, Al Simmons has an all new problem in his life, The Doom Patrol's in town and more.
Chosen, Ghost Rider, Courtney Crumin and the Night Things, Superman Returns: September 26th Comic Reel Wrap
EXCLUSIVE! CBR News has inside information on the first coming of Mark Millar to the big screen, with notes from his Midtown Comics signing. We also have Nicolas Cage getting into character, an indie project getting a big check, puffing up the Man of Steel, stealing stuff from Brett Ratner, a new hairdo for Kara Zor-El, a first look at the young Aquaman and more in a jam packed news summary.
Being patient is the best course, because it's a long ride to Themiscira, according to Joss Whedon. Plus, Viggo's main squeeze talks, we check out lines on Brandon Routh's torso, stroll through the woods near Graymalkin Lane, discern some of the costumed secrets of "The Batman," and more in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Is it wedding bells for Sue Storm, or more leather chaps for Nancy Callahan? We try and find out, while counting costs with Clark Kent, taking a peek in at Xavier's, seeing what new kooks have moved to Gotham, play Name That Kryptonian and more.
The Kryptonians are coming, and we take a look at them, plus making a Multiple Man, Frank Miller could be taking some "Pulp Fiction" to town and the French let another FF image slip out in today's look at links, legends and lies.
We take an in-depth look at some Viggo-tastic images, check back in for new students at Westchester, head south of the border for a backorder, sit down with possibly the tallest man in animation, "Joke" around in Gotham and trade quips with Joss Whedon in today's news summary.
The biggest spoiler on the new film yet, plus animated looks at Bruce and Reed, a waterlogged Brandon Routh, Deadman coming to Cartoon Network, Al Gough making the rounds and more in the week's first look at links, legends and lies.
CBR News is pleased to present an exclusive first look at images from Antefilms Productions' animated Marvel series we'll see stateside in 2006.
Clooney Prime? Maybe not. Wesley Snipes talks T'Challa in West Africa, Joss Whedon talks invisible plane, a version of Mark Millar's superteam heads to DVD in February, more mutant cameos come out of Westchester and more as we close out the week.
When the feature film "MirrorMask" opens in theaters on September 30th, the public at large will get a chance to peak into the minds of two beloved comic creators-- Neil Gaiman & Dave McKean. CBR News sat down with both creators to talk about the making of the film and its inspirations. Updated
Another slow news day sees more chatter from Al Gough, McKean and Gaiman talking waste product and Andy Diggle's take on espionage action heads to the big screen, all in the week's penultimate look at links, legends and lies.
Is he is or is he ain't gonna do a sequel? Keanu is of two minds on the topic, plus learning about how mutants talk, Al Gough chats it up again, Viggo gets clipped, we take a look at Robotman and more in today's news summary.
We've got exclusive news on a possible character cameo out in Westchester, looks at Wolvie, that "Even Stevens" kid hanging out with Neil Gaiman, Dr. Doom in a super villain team up, Danny Elfman dissing Sam Raimi and more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
After an unexpected three-day weekend, the Comic Reel is back with words from Whedon, a new date for Riley and Huey to invade your neighborhood, more mutant kids in Westchester, new looks inside Neil Gaiman's mind, new and old words on Frank Miller's noir masterpiece and more.