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Sparked by recent announcements from Comic-Con, Tim launches into a multi-part exploration of 'Marvelman' by showing what made the Alan Moore series so revolutionary all those years ago. Plus, a forgotten controversy resurrected!
“League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century 1910” is the first volume of the series to be released by Top Shelf. CBR spoke with publisher Chris Staros about his experiences with the new and upcoming volumes of the “Century” series.
Lots of stuff this week, including behind-the-scenes details on the LXG movie settlement, a look at the US version of "No Heroics," why a new Sandman series didn't happen, an Obama/Cerebus cover, Melvin Van Peebles comes to comics and more!
We conclude our chat with Alan Moore with more on "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century," including what contemporary themes and characters may be showing up in the book, both real and fictional.
In this first part of an incredibly in-depth and unique interview with Alan Moore, the "League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" writer talks to CBR about the new volume, "Century," and the relationship between fiction and reality.
Zack Snyder and the crew raked in more money than most people will ever see ... and still the film is criticized for underperforming. CBR News takes on all perspectives with an in-depth analysis.
“Watchmen” screenwriters David Hayter and Alex Tse talk with CBR News about the long and harrowing journey to bring Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons' classic graphic novel to film -- faithfully.
CBR talks to "Watchmen" illustrator Dave Gibbons about his the new film adaptation, what role he played in its production and merchandising, and whether writer Alan Moore will ever see it.
Director Zack Snyder and legendary artist/"Watchmen" co-creator Dave Gibbons discuss the highly anticipated film adaptation of the classic, award winning graphic novel before it’s released in theaters this Friday.
CBR's Erik Amaya turns in this review of the most anticipated superhero movie ever, saying Zack Snyder’s shockingly faithful adaptation of “Watchmen” offers a great deal to fans of the original novel and first time movie goers alike.
“League of Extraordinary Gentleman” moves to Top Shelf in April with the publication of “Century: 1910.” CBR News caught up with artist Kevin O'Neill to discuss the upcoming book, the first of the three-part Volume 3.
Dave Gibbons hosted as the first 18 minutes of "Watchmen" premiered at New York Comic Con, as did a special never-before-scene clip from later in the film. Come find out just how good it was.
Steven Grant takes a look at 2008 in review and it ain't pretty, plus Christmas songs, two weeks in the life and the Comics Cover Challenge in this week's PERMANENT DAMAGE.
Augie looks back at the beginnings of "Tom Strong" by Alan Moore and Chris Sprouse. He also has a great idea for a website the world unfortunately doesn't need, and shares some sporadic thoughts on the issues of the day.
Loads of stuff this week including evidence that Megan Fox may play the lead in "Fathom," who's directing the "Watchmen: Tales of the Black Freighter" animated DVD, a new editor for DC and much, much more!
Tim revisits the history and significance of the Mayfair "Watchmen" RPG modules in this week's WWC with interviews with Daniel Greenberg and Ray Winninger, the writers of the three Alan Moore-sanctioned RPG books.
When environmentally friendly isn't so, a peek at Dave Sim's next issue of "Glamourpuss," more on "DCU Elementary," changes coming for the world of the Flash, the latest Platinum/DJ Coffman tussle and more! UPDATED with the "No Heroics" promo.
What's this about a new series called "DCU Elementary?" Rich has details and pictures. Plus, mining Amazon for upcoming collections, Millar challenges Bendis, an old "friend" is up to the same old tricks and much, much more. Updated
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures, CBR brings you new images from "Watchmen," the new Zack Snyder-directed film based on the landmark DC Comics graphic novel by writer Alan Moore and artist Dave Gibbons.
With all the promotional material for "Watchmen" being released, Timothy noticed that there seems to be one character conspicuous by his absence, possibly the most important in the classic story...
"Watchmen" co-creator Dave Gibbons joined "Watching the Watchmen" designer Chip Kidd and others for a discussion of the making of the landmark graphic novel and the new 250-page book documenting its development.
Following a day of bootlegs popping up across the Web, Warner Bros. has officially released the first trailer for Zack Snyder's "Watchmen" in High Definition at Apple's movie trailer website.
Editor-in-Chief William Christiansen chugged Red Bull and teased 2009 at Avatar's hung-over Sunday morning congregation in Chicago, where he told fans to expect new work from Alan Moore next year.
This week in Rich Johnston's LYING IN THE GUTTERS: comics piracy rampant in China, what the "Lost Girls" UK release means for potential buyers, more creators not getting paid, the Swipe File and non-Swipe File, plus more including...Lil' "Civil War?"
School's out, which means you have time for more reading, right? George polled luminaries from the comics field to learn what's on their summer reading lists including Gaiman, Loeb, Moore, Ross, Tomine and many more.
Rich has word on a new Garth Ennis horror series, Mark Millar’s “Kick-Ass” going into pre-production, loads of news and notes out of the Bristol convention, Bob Kane’s personal Batman comics collection and more in LYING IN THE GUTTERS!
A bunch of big stories this week, including Bendis & Millar's behind-the-scenes involvement on the "Iron Man" film, a Quesada drawn "Doctor Stwange" cover (that's no typo), Alan Moore's "BJ and the Bear," Old Man Logan and much more.
Rich Johnston was at the "Iron Man" premiere in London and reports from the red carpet with...an iron!?! It's the photo gallery you have to see, plus a review. But that's not all -- come on in for more from this week's LYING IN THE GUTTERS! UPDATED!
Plenty of rumors and notes from NYCC, a new project to come from Warren Ellis, scans from one of the rarest and most valuable Alan Moore projects, and much more in Rich Johnston's LYING IN THE GUTTERS for April 21, 2008.