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Could Peter Cullen be the once and future Prime? We wonder about it while looking at plans to adapt Andrew Cosby's vampire story, gaping at the newest things in shells as well as the first ladies of Top Cow, plus info on "LSH," "Ghost Rider" and more.
Filmmaker Guillermo del Toro talks about his new movie fairy tale, "Hellboy II," upcoming projects and having the balls to do what you want.
"There aren't any fart jokes," TMNT director Kevin Munroe declared at a panel Thursday afternoon at Comic-Con, which also saw "Ant Bully" and "Happy Feet" previewed.
Mike Mignola gave fans a look at the upcoming "Hellboy" animated series debuting on both Cartoon Network and DVD. We've got a report from the Comic-Con panel.
If you've ever wished superheroes were real, well...they sort of are. At Comic-Con International Friday, Stan Lee talked "Who Wants To Be A Superhero?" and potential sequels.
Harry Potter, Superman and a Million Dollar Baby were spotlighted at Comic-Con International Friday, along with Bryan Singer's plans for the next Superman movie.
Twentieth Century Fox presented their upcoming films for the fans at CCI, discussing the X-Men, dragons, vikings and more.
Footage from the upcoming Paramount release was shown, Neil Gaiman continued to be polite and genial and there was a surprise announcement regarding the upcoming "Transformers" movie.
Actors from Superman productions old and new joined director Richard Donner in a discussion of the newly reconstructed Donner Cut of "Superman II" at Comic-Con International.
Friday at CCI, the producers and voice talent of "Family Guy" and "American Dad" updated fans on the show, which includes loads of spoilers.
Johnny Blaze gets a website, The Chief gets his moment to shine, Bryan Talbot gets a check and Boston Brand gets a comeback, plus news on "Hellboy," "Hulk 2," "Batman Begins 2" and much more.
Trailers for the anime versions "Witchblade" and "Aphrodite IX" were showing at the Top Cow booth during Comic-Con. If you missed the convention, we have the videos for you here.
Chloe and Jimmy, sittin' in a tree and Frank Miller will D-I-R-E-C-T. Meanwhile, Todd McFarlane will run an animated show for cash and Luke Wilson talks about his romantic life in today's news summary.
Clark's getting more super-friends, while Abe Sapien might learn to surf, Silent Bob speaks, as does Steven Spielberg, plus news on "TMNT" and "My Super Ex-Girlfriend."
Trevor Fehrman plays Elias in "Clerks II," a naďve, Jesus loving innocent who doesn't end up so innocent by film's end. He talks about working on the film, how Rosario Dawson left him speechless and his total love of comics.
J. Jonah Jameson's lead story reads, "This Ain't Over," while Bryan Singer gives a "general" idea of what's next. We gab about Kevin Smith's latest, get historical with Humanoids, plus "Smallville," "Blade," and more.
We conclude our coverage of "Clerks II" by talking with Director Kevin Smith, who talked about returning to these characters 12 years later, on working with Rosario Dawson, his long time friendship with Jason Mewes and much more.
We begin our chats with the "Clerks 2" cast by talking with Brian O'Halloran and Jeff Anderson (Dante and Randal). Learn about their time on the film, what made them come back, and possibly the funniest prank ever played on Kevin Smith.
There's no one quite like Jason Mewes, who we chatted to about "Clerks 2." Sure, you know he likes comics and Kevin Smith, but you'll also learn the price he paid for losing a bet to Ben Affleck.
"Clerks 2" coverage continues with Rosario Dawson, who discussed everything from "O.C.T" to a "Sin City" sequel. Did we mention that she's beautiful and loves comic books?
The Alan Moore super hero masterpiece lurches around in development hell while Peter Parker's new duds star in a new teaser poster. You can see all of Mike Mignola's animated glory online, while Ross Richie cashes the check, and the former Mrs. Lex Luthor's series got picked up.
Braniac takes over a luxury liner? Strange but true, plus Frank Miller's historical epic gets a rating, Stan Lee creates a new hero for a new century, Reed makes the tough calls, plus news on "Ghost Rider," "Amazing Screw-On Head" and more.
Gwen Stacy speaks while Uma grows tired of heroics, Frank Miller waits on Mrs. Pitt, Chloe may be getting a new boyfriend plus news about "Transformers," "Iron Man" and more.
Today we find a description of what happens when mechanoids attack, plus get enchanted by Michelle Pfeiffer, try to imagine the guy from "In The House" as King T'Challa and listen in on Al Gough's plot to unleash Orin, plus another look at the 31st century.
One sidekick gets animated again while Jeph Loeb takes on Will Eisner, Vince Vaughn takes the wheel, Tim Story drops the blog, plus much more on projects such as "Transformers," "Amazing Screw-On Head," "300," "Heroes," et cetera, et cetera ...
It was the biggest weekend of all time at the movie box office, but it wasn't the Man Of Steel setting records. It was "Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest," which has blown away numerous records, including that set by "Spider-Man." So how do superhero movies stack up?
Iron Man, Amazing Screw-On Head, Legion of Super Heroes, Batman vs. Superman: July 7th Comic Reel Wrap
Find some Favreau in San Diego this year, get a sneak peek at Mike Mignola's next adaptation, check in on the 31st century, go head to head with Bryan Singer and more in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Wakanda stuff can we see from the new DVD? Find out here, plus a latter day Blues Brother and the Tick get set to meet Sherman, we go script spelunking, Uma goes international, plus news on "Blade," "The Flash" and much more.
It was a busy holiday for "Superman Returns," as the film's domestic box office blazed past the $100 million mark. What's next for the newly invigorated Man Of Steel? CBR News has some answers.
Sweet spirit, have we got a web-spinning spoiler for you. Plus Michael Bay talks about landing on Mars, Neil Gaiman checks in from the set, the Silver Surfer is going digital plus much more.
"Superman Returns" easily bested the competition this week, pulling in over $50 million dollars at the box office, and slowly closing in on the $100 million mark. How does it compare to other films? CBR News has the answers.
The Daywalker gets in touch with his more communicative side, while Prince Adam hits the unemployment line, Uma gets a website, we follow the fortunes of the Man of Steel, plus news on "Hulk 2" and "Fantastic Four 2."
With positive reviews from critics and fans, "Superman Returns" is heading into the weekend with strong word of mouth. Friday's box office figures are in and are they super? Or is the Man Of Steel now kryptonite to viewers?
Man meets machine in a new trailer, while Kirk Jones pulls in the big numbers, Clark gets a guide book, a single mom stripper gets super powers, plus "Wolverine" scripted, "Superman Returns" analyzed and a rumored new title for the next "FF" movie.
If you've seen advertising for "Superman Returns," you've no doubt noticed some scenes missing from the film, even though they're quite apparent in trailers, commercials and released art. CBR News takes a look at what we can expect from the eventual complete DVD release of this blockbuster film.
Could Themiscira's finest come from the subcontinent? We wonder, while getting so digital with a cartoon favorite, hearing from Alicia Masters, getting back in action with Tim Allen, plus box office results from "Superman Returns," spoilers from Spidey and "Smallville" and a free download of "Blade."
Superman may be the "Man Of Steel" but there's been some debate as to how strong his numbers were at the box office, as "Superman Returns" debuted yesterday. CBR News has an in depth analysis of the opening day and what this opening weekend means to the film.
Lex Luthor predicts the end of Kansas' weirdest town, animated martial arts action could come to San Diego, Hugh Jackman aims for 2007, Neil Gaiman claims the same, plus news on some tiny indie flicks called "Superman Returns" and "Spider-Man 3."
Last night in Los Angeles, CBR News saw a presentation of "Superman Returns" in IMAX 3D. Was it worth it? Does it enhance or distract from Bryan Singer's film? Come inside to find out.
Sneak a peek at one of the villains Spidey will tussle with as well as a Robot not-so-in-Disguise. We've also got a DCU guest star in Kansas' weirdest town, a stunt-crazy Daywaker and more.