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It's all about the team up in Kansas' weirdest town, while Eddie Brock gets a new toy, the Predator speaks as does the Silver Surfer in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Fox's "On The Lot" competition is heating up and CBR Staff Writer George Tramountanas' "9 Seconds" is already a favorite with superhero fans. We spoke to the film industry veteran about this super power tale of love and life.
Who's responsible for this cheerleader? We wonder while taking a gander at some Decepticons, looking for a lawyer in Gotham and seeing if Jack Bauer can make friends with Johnny Blaze, plus so much more.
Spoilers await if you're brave enough to look, while Tony Stark takes a page from Michael Scoffield and Alfred tells you where to find the Bat, all in today's look at links, legends and lies.
Peter Parker throws down while some John Jones guy makes an appearance. We've got Starscream and Megatron and the whole crew of the BPRD, plus news on "AVP2," "Iron Man" and more.
Golden Globe nominated "Heroes" star Masi Oka talks about his journey from ILM to film, and drops a few tantalizing details about what's in store for Hiro and the rest of the cast of "Heroes" in the second half of season one.
It's Prime time, we're holding out for a Hiro while getting shell-shocked and taking another look at ancient Sparta, plus news on "Smallville," "Ghost Rider," "Hulk 2," "Wonder Woman" and more.
Can you get enough looks at sweaty, half-naked ancient Spartans? We don't think so, but we've also got Hiro's father issues, more monster mashes and Rob Vollmar cashing a check, plus "Turok," "Hellboy," "Smallville" news and more.
CBR News has obtained new images from the forthcoming computer animated return of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles."
Tony Stark makes an animated appearance, NBC's hit cast is back to strike a pose, Tori Spelling hits Kansas and Frank Miller gets reviewed, plus a big "Spider-Man 3" tidbit.
What big changes are happening for Clark in upcoming weeks? Find out, plus two tidbits from the Land of the Rising Sun showing stuff we haven't seen before, all in today's look at links, legends and lies.
Professor Broom's pride and joy has a new animated trailer, there's warlords on the web, Magneto makes pals with Gaiman, there's turtles everywhere plus news on "Transformers," "The Dark Knight," "Spider-Man 3" and more.
Guess who's coming to town? We find out, while Michael Chabon suffers in development hell, the NBC series lets slip some details and Harry Osborn likes being bad, plus more.
Another slow news day brings a peek into the animated Tony Stark's experience, heroes on a half-shell and a better look at Johnny Storm having a rough day.
Where can you find everything you need to know about the new teaser trailer? Right here, plus a crazy rumor about Pops Racer's pride and joy and James Cameron takes his time in today's look at links, legends and lies.
Don't call it a comeback -- we kick off Kwanzaa week with a look at Prime, new rumors about Oa, heroes on a half shell and Alicia Masters speaks, plus news on "Smallville," "Spider-Man 3" and more.
Fans got their first real look at the Silver Surfer in action as the teaser trailer to "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer" was released today. We've got a report and a load of screen caps for ya.
Tony Stark has a new digital place to call home, we've got fresh spoilers from the state of Kansas, screen captures from ancient Sparta and a secret place to see the Robots in Disguise, plus "Ghost Rider," "TMNT" and more.
In an exclusive rumor, we talk about an unknown actress who the producers are looking at, plus add Teen Wolf and a Monster to the Fresh Prince, stack the cast for the shell heads, check Nic Cage's glower & more.
Not many titles but important news, such as giant robots among us, when Guillermo del Toro starts looking at cast members and spoilers aplenty from Kansas' weirdest town.
New looks at the Spirit of Vengeance and into the mind of Neil Gaiman, while Mike Allred cashes a check and a Devil's Due property pours on the gore, plus "Spider-Man 3," "Smallville" and more.
Which fan favorite brings his ultra-detailed art style to the Comedian and Dr. Manhattan? We find out while Thomas Jane talks screenwriter, Josh Hartnett makes a run for it and Heath Ledger covers it up, plus news on "Spider-Man 3," "Deadman" and more.
Joseph Barbera, the co-creator of many of America's most enduring and influential animated shows, passed away in Los Angeles on Monday. He was 96.
Tobey Maguire is spilling spoilers all over the place, while Scorponok rears his metallic head, Ryan Reynolds doesn't know how fast he can go and Hiro and the gang get the attention of the Hollywood Foreign Press.
The hits keep on coming from ancient Sparta, Steve Niles has an interesting post on his blog, Ross Richie just found his man and a canine crusader makes his debut in the week's penultimate look at links, legends and lies.
The wildly popular television series "Heroes" was honored today by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association with two Golden Globe nominations for the freshmen drama.
Spoilers, trailers, rumors and exclusives lead the day, plus new photos from two Marvel sequels, an idea of when we'll see Transformers, Batman's clothing choices and much more.
A dangerously slow news day nonetheless has spoilers aplenty for Peter Parker and Sam Raimi digging in the crates for another hero to bring to the world.
Will Bollywood's pride bring home the pride of the Amazons? We wonder while discussing noir with Angelina Jolie, adapting the Japanese, taking a ride with Thomas Jane plus "Legion of Super Heroes," "Perseopolis" and much more.
Columbia Pictures is re-teaming with their go-to "Spider-Man" director to produce a new feature film franchise based on the legendary pulp character, The Shadow.
There's trailers aplenty from ancient Sparta, the sewers and Kansas, as well as spending time with the devil, plus a look in at Hellboy for the week's last news summary.
Another robot in disguise pokes his head out for a look, while Larry Young makes a set visit and Mark Steven Johnson talks Jesse Custer in the week's penultimate look at links, legends and lies.
The wildly popular online comic "PvP" will come alive in 2007 as a subscription based, online animated series. CBR News spoke with Kurtz about the unique process he's gone through to bring his series to life.
The Spirit of Vengeance has a new site as its director talks about why PG-13, while more Autobots pop up, surprises in Kansas and warfare in ancient greece, plus "PVP" and "30 Days Of Night."
The Invisible Girl shows off, Quesada and Palmiotti's prize takes on TV, fresh actors head to the farm and who won't play the erstwhile Carl Lucas? Find out, plus "Heroes," "Iron Man" and more.
Take a look at the Autobot's medic, get a bikeload of news about the Spirit of Vengeance, find out what Guillermo del Toro is up to and see who might be Pepper, plus news on "Dark Knight," "Spider-Man 3" and more.
The final episode of "Heroes" for 2006 airs tonight, but before you watch it see what writers Joe Pokaski and Aron Coleite have to say about last week's episode, "Six Months Ago," and tonight's episode, "Fallout." The mystery keeps growing!
Johnny Blaze rides again, Jesse Custer looks at the long game, Peter Parker could be hanging it up and somebody likes seafood, plus much more in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Johnny's tooling around in a new ride, and you can take a gander, plus shuttering up Castle Grayskull, Todd McFarlane financing his own sequel and Gaul-ling news about the Olympic-themed sequel.
Go and tell it on the mountain, as we've got news from the pulpit of Garth Ennis (with no love for Marsden), the final word on a school in Westchester and Green Arrow speaks in a slow news day.