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Now that it’s official that Marvel’s first true Marvel/Disney co-production - as well as first post-"Avengers" project - will be the much-anticipated "Runaways," we’re wondering: Who should star in the movie?
Reports are in that Pixar executives and creatives, after seeing a rough cut of "Tron: Legacy," have pitched in for rewrites for the sequel with John Lasseter, Brad Bird and others contributing. SPINOFF has the details.
"Conan" writers Thomas Donnelly and Joshua Oppenheimer have been hired to adapt "Doctor Strange" into a feature film. "Strange" could be one of the first films released by Marvel's new parent company, Disney.
He is the terror that flaps in the night. He is the cartoon that holds up surprisingly well after twenty years. We spoke with artist James Silvani about the return of "Darkwing Duck," on sale today from BOOM! Studios.
The Walt Disney Co. has joined the legal battle over many of Marvel's best-known characters, filing a memo supporting the publisher's efforts to dismiss copyright claims by the heirs of Jack Kirby. ROBOT 6 has the details.
Actors Jake Gyllenhaal and Nicolas Cage highlighted a celebrity-studded WonderCon panel that lifted the curtain on upcoming Disney films “Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time,” “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” and “Toy Story 3.”
Darkwing Duck is on the attack again in June, courtesy of BOOM! Studios. CBR News spoke with writer Ian Brill about the unique cartoon from the early '90s and his plans for the first four-issue miniseries.
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale February 3, including "28 Days Later" #6, "Kill Audio" #5, the debut of two new Disney heroes series, "Toy Story" #1, and more!
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at comics on sale December 16, including Mark Waid's "Incorruptible" #1 and "Unknown" #3, new "Uncle Scrooge" and "Walt Disney Comics," "Farscape" #2, and "Nola" #3!
He's a bit late to the party, but Augie really, really, really liked the "Chew" trade paperback for its humor, its world-building, and its art. Plus, are DC Comics graphic novels new? And what's the forgotten story of the decade?
The latest offering from BOOM! Studios' Disney/Pixar line of titles, "Wall-E" #0 is in stores now. CBR News speaks with artist Morgan Luthi about the largely-silent comic starring the amazingly expressive little robot.
Courtesy of Boom! Studios, CBR presents an exclusive look at the covers for "Mickey Mouse and Friends" #296, the first Mickey Mouse comic book to be published in the U.S in three years!
Comic book legal expert Michael Lovitz reveals the issues surrounding the heirs of Jack Kirby's attempt to reclaim Marvel characters, from who created what to why it's different than the Siegel & Schuster suit over Superman.
This week: the revenge of Jack Kirby, and why bad business practices of the '60s could make Marvel and Dsiney's lives interesting; mail; plus Massachusetts break-ins, lots of other notes and a new Comics Cover Challenge
Augie wraps up the week in DC and Marvel business news, asking some questions along the way in an effort to figure out what it all means. Also, some thoughts on CrossGen, collection-purging, Dale Keown and the 9-11 tribute books.
Disney President and CEO Bob Iger met with fans at the first D23 Expo to discuss plans to use Disney's global resources to extend and increase the popularity of the Marvel brand and characters.
EXCLUSIVE: Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada answers questions posed by CBR News and CBR readers regarding the recently announced acquisition of Marvel Entertainment by The Walt Disney Company.
Disney buys Marvel and why it doesn't matter, maybe; more John Severin love; plus APE, dead bees, hot roads, Steven's bout with international finance, hot roads and tons of other notes, plus the Comics Cover Challenge!
In the wake of yesterday's big news, Augie wonders how Steve Jobs, Mark Alessi, Don Rosa, Dan Raviv, Bill Jemas, Dan Schneider, and Spider-Girl fit into the Disney/Marvel acquisition? Augie tries to connect some of the dots.
“Batman” movie producer & comic writer Michael Uslan and Jonathan Friedland, Disney’s VP of Strategic Communications, spoke with CBR about the landmark deal that brought the House of Ideas to the House of the Mouse.
Updated - The Walt Disney Company has agreed to purchase Marvel Entertainment, Inc. and its portfolio of 5,000 characters in a stock and cash transaction worth $4 Billion.
Christian Beranek previewed plans for Disney's Kingdom Comics line at Wizard Wold Chicago. While not getting specific, the editor confirmed Kingdom will focus on re-imagined live-action properties.
BOOM! announced ongoing series for “Farscape,” “The Muppet Show” and “The Incredibles,” a new Phil Hester book &and teased their newly acquired Disney publishing rights. And Mark Waid is … no longer evil?
The astonishing anthology from the storyboard artists of Disney animation takes its once a year bow with "What is Torch Tiger," with another volume on tap for 2010. CBR spoke with artist Paul Briggs about this labor of love.
Mark Waid and the team of BOOM! Studios held court at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books last weekend to discuss the publisher's increasing line of books and the art of comic book writing.
Kable Distribution has announced a national newsstand distribution agreement with BOOM! Studios to distribute the monthly publication of BOOM!’s line of Pixar/Disney licensed comics.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR brings you exclusive previews of "The Incredibles: Family Matters" #1 and "The Muppet Show" #1, both on sale March 25 in comics stores everywhere.
Director Pete Docter and producer Jonas Rivera were at New York Comic Con to premiere several new clips from Disney/Pixar's upcoming film "Up!" for an eager crowd of attendees, who were then treated to a Q&A session with the panel.