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We've got spoilers straight outta Superman lore, a look at just when Ron Perlman will suit up again, more snapshots from the Baxter Building, another possible Joker, a closer look at the Batmobile and more indie comics working their way to the silver screen.
Alan Moore's charismatic anarchist gets a new poster, rumors surround who might not be Kitty Pride, another mutant-themed spinoff is hinted at in the trades, Clark Kent gets a lot of trouble headed his way and we look at the big DVD releases on the horizon.
There's a deluge of data from the Baxter Building as we move closer to seeing Marvel's First Family on the big screen, while La Femme Nakita rubs shoulders with Clark Kent, another Mike Mignola creation goes "Sideways," here comes the rain again in Westchester and more movie 'mongering to start your week right.
TV Guide has provided CBR News with the five "Fantastic Four" collectors covers to be featured with the July 3rd issue, plus details on how you can win a copy of "Ultimate Fantastic Four" #21 signed by Millar, Land & Quesada.
We check in on Kansas' weirdest town really early, with spoilers aplenty. Plus, Daisy Duke's got a zombie boyfriend, Joss Whedon waxes poetic about Princess Diana, you can get up close and personal with Reed and the gang, and just who will be the Joker? We take some shots in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
The brains behind the Man of Steel's comeback give up the skinny on their process while Magneto confirms he'll be back to test the mettle of Xavier's students, Lionel Luthor tells all, and we check in on both the Baxter Building and the Batcave in the week's penultimate news summary.
We've got a huge freakin' Optimus Prime statue, Johnny Blaze in all his glory, shutting down the British government in the name of anarchy, a new cinematographer heading to Xavier's and a heaping load of info about the Man of Tomorrow, all in a jam-packed news summary for new comic book day.
Ron Perlman has an idea when he's getting back into make-up, Greg Rucka's spy may be sneaking into multiplexes everywhere, Marvel says "not so fast" to Jason Lethcoe's shot at the big time and Avi Arad talks Tony Stark, Norrin Radd, Erik Lenscherr and more.
Thomas Haden Church is virtually inscrutable tossing out hints about his villainous role, while Brandon Routh gets the star treatment, you can keep your "bamfs" to yourself, even dogs are getting super powers in lab accidents (somebody should lock those places up) and much more in the week's first look at links, legends and lies.
Nicolas Cage talks in depth about becoming Johnny Blaze, Clark Kent becomes Santa's neighbor, Betty Brant will be returning to the Daily Bugle steno pool, we check in on how much money Bruce Wayne made Wednesday, and there's a ton of cartoons headed to DVD shortly, all in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Rumormongers, apparently, are a cowardly and superstitious lot as news slows to a crawl under the shadow of the Bat. We get another look at the makings of Gotham City, an Image serial killer book gets a look at the silver screen, and Luke Wilson is about to have the worst break up of his life ...
With "Batman Begins" tearing up theater screens, there's one fan film director who's hoping his superhero short will tear things up on the Internet. We spoke with Colin Blakeston about his upcoming fan film "Catwoman: Copycat."
Seth Jones checks in with our second review of "Batman Begins" and much like our first review, the movie gets a lot of love from CBR. What were the highlights? Were there any weak links? Seth takes a lengthy look at the film for you.
On the day Gotham City becomes the center of the world, we have exclusive Batmobile photos, a new film review and even a look at the televised treatment that never was to be. Also, Jim Cameron shies away from manga, Neil Gaiman's big movie has a new trailer, there's a new tease from Westchester and much more.
Seth Jones took some time to ask our man on Coruscant a few questions about his four color favorites, including Ultimate homages, writing his own comic book and more.
Natalie and Hugo are ready for their close up, Michael Chiklis does some cross promotion, we've got a bunch of news from Gotham City, eggheads study capes and masks, and Mace Windu likes The Killer, all in today's look at links, legends and lies.
Marvel's mutant menace gets a new biographer, Morgan Freeman can't program his VCR while Christian Bale gets help in the water closet, Nicolas Cage is coming to a country near you and Mark Hamill keeps the hits coming. All that and more in the week's first look at links, lies and legends.
The FF is ready to stick around for a long time, and the cat came back because he got paid. Alfred talks to the media and Hugh Jackman gets ready to be a Hollywood big shot, all in the week's last look at links, lies and legends.
Cyclops talks about romancing another famous female, we get an attendance sheet for the new semester at Xavier's, Agent Smith tells us why he's now another kind of anarchist, Jean-Claude Van Damme is headed to the Olympics, the Crown Prince of Crime could be headed back to the movies while there's no sign of Doctor Banner at all.
Christian Bale makes the rounds, publicizing his new Bat-flick, while Grant Morrison seems poised to infiltrate pop culture, Brett Ratner talks to everybody, and secret meetings could be happening in Australia between Miles Millar, Bryan Singer and Al Gough.
Late last week CBR News sat down with the stars and makers of the film "Batman Begins." We spoke with actors Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman, Katie Holmes and Gary Oldman as well as writer David Goyer about the making of the film.
Alan Moore's comic book masterpiece won't be setting up shop at Paramount, and Mike Mignola tells you just when you can expect to see Ron Perlman in red once again. Alicia Masters speaks out, Christian Bale prowls the aisles of comic book stores, and could the Justice League be headed to Skartaris? Find out here ...
CBR's Khalil Asadullah took a trip to Gotham City and comes back a believer in the legends of the dark knight. Taking a close look at the characters, his review claims that this is not only the best film about a billionaire who dresses like a flying rodent, but that it chops the arm and legs off of a certain space opera as well.
Somebody's been playing shutterbug around Hugo Weaving's new project, while Marvel's merry mutants find a new direction. Rumors are batted around about Princess Diana, Wilder Valmerrama goes Latin goth, Reed Richards takes the family to TV, and we've got more news about "Batman Begins" than you can shake a batarang at.
Michael Bay is looking for a new sound for his Robots in Disguise, we've got close ups on a fascist future England, Johnny Blaze takes you to the carnival and Gail Simone takes you on a double date, plus an X-Men rumor and scoring Sky High, all in the week's last look at links, lies and legends.
Robert Rodriguez decides when he'll warm up the digital cameras again, while we have an exclusive rumor about the shift in direction out in Westchester, get some spoilers from the Last Son of Krypton, rock out with Marvel's first family and get indecisive in Gotham City, all in the week's penultimate news summary.
The sound you hear is trouble outside the Danger Room, as Marvel's merry mutants once again lose their direction. Somebody other than Alan Moore is mad at the adaptation of the writer's dystopian future England, more word flies in from Australia on Johnny Blaze, Clark Kent gets a new DVD set and we even take a peek at the Bat.
On July 8th the characters that ushered in the Marvel Age of comics, The Fantastic Four, finally burst onto the silver screen. CBR News spoke with Michael France, co-writer of the "Fantastic Four" film, about the movie and what it's like adapting the adventures of some of his favorite comic characters for the big screen.
Superboy speaks, Liam Neeson's afraid of the Bat, Morgan Freeman cashes the checks, Edward Furlong goes goth and Billy Batson gets animated, all in today's look at links, legends and lies.
We've got set photos of the Man of Steel and the Spirit of Vengeance, go one-on-one with Marvel's first family, keep bandying rumors about the Robots in Disguise, and swing by Gotham City in the week's first news summary.
There's rumblings around the Robots in Disguise, Nicolas Cage has left Australia, we look ahead to season five for Clark Kent and talk sequel for Jen Garner and Ben Affleck in the week's last look at links, lies and legends.
It's a shutterbug's paradise in Gotham City, Fletch joins Tim the Tool Man in training tomorrow's heroes, we reserve your ticket back to Frank Miller's broken metropolis, laugh it up with the Spirit of Vengeance and much more in the week's penultimate news summary.
Today we find out who's helping bring The Last Son of Krypton to life, find out who's next to cut Jeff Parker a check, a rich kid's fate is disclosed from deep in Kansas and much more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
A light report from the world of weird, as Mark Steven Johnson explains how Johnny Blaze got a new job, Nic Cage likes special effects, we take a look at how Disney makes their own superheroes, and the Scarecrow finds some direction.
To kickstart your week we take you on an in-depth tour of Gotham City, snag another snapshot from the residents of the Baxter Building, get "father/son" in Kansas' strangest town, find out what Frank Miller's up to and chill out with Iceman.
How do we end the week? Well, there's a fresh-faced new villain coming into Peter Parker's life, an indie graphic novel head to the big time, there's big stuff being built down under, Johnny Blaze gets a new website, Wonder Woman looks back, The Batman looks ahead and we've got an exclusive note from the admissions office in Westchester.
It's a slow news day as everybody goes to the movies, but we get an early look inside the Baxter Building, check in on Viggo Mortensen's "History" lessons, and talk steel, feathers and fur out in Westchester for the week's penultimate look at links, lies and legends.
We find out who's getting all furry to play Hank McCoy, wonder if England really does prevail as changes abound, find out some of Frank Miller's plans, gear up for a long summer in Kansas and check in on Gotham City, all in today's news summary.
The facts are flying fast and furious from stately Wayne Manor, and the FF is marching into movie houses and living rooms everywhere. Let's call it a small screen comeback for the funny pages' favorite sleuth, we're paying respects to Kryptonian legacies and Sam Raimi speaks, all in today's look at links, legends and lies.
We're taking Professor X for a walk, getting AD Skinner into the GCPD, talking about filming two Spidey-sequels at once, Judd Winick gets his own cartoon, everybody's graduating at Smallville High and much more to start off the week.