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A "Spider-Man" director is found, but is there a star? "Justice League" clip previews action. "Push" to become a TV show? Martha Kent to return to "Smallville." Lucky people see "Scott Pilgrim."
A new director for "Spider-Man" may have already been chosen! A first look at "The Spectre" short film! Daniel Craig to be a "Cowboy?" Also "Captain America" director speaks and much more.
Another cast member for "Green Lantern." Spider-Man musical reschedules for a fall opening. "Kick-Ass" controversy begins? Also, new "Smallville" photos, "The Thing" prequel news, and more.
"Spider-Man 4" implodes as a new Spider-Man begins. Robert Downey Jr. passes on "Cowboys." Checkmate moves in to "Smallville." Also, "Dune" to be respectful and more.
Courtesty of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of this week's free "Origins of Siege" prelude comic, plus a look at the 2010 Marvel calendar and free Avengers ID cards, available on Wednesday at your local comic shop.
CBR spoke with Daniel Way about "Deadpool" #18, which wraps up the story of the Merc's attempts to join the X-Men, and issue #19, which kicks off a new storyline featuring Spider-Man and Hitman Monkey! Plus, exclusive art!
This week, Augie runs down some of the current comic book happenings across the internet, "Chickenhare" turns webcomic, a suggestion for Marvel regarding hardcover collections of Todd McFarlane's "Spider-Man" run and plenty more!
Marvel has released images and solicitation information for new comics on sale in February 2010, including "Siege," "Fall of the Hulks," "DoomWar," "Realm of Kings," "Second Coming," and more.
Augie buys Marvel's new Erik Larsen "Spider-Man: Sinister Six" collection purely out of nostalgia and asks: does it hold up, nearly 20 years later? Plus, can modern printing processes accurately recapture newsprint's charm?
"Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark," the Broadway bound musical powered by U2's Bono and the Edge, has secured its financing and named actor Reeve Carney as Spider-Man/Peter Parker.
"Kick-Ass" posters arrive! Bono confident about "Spider-Man" musical. Also, photos of the Wonder Twins, Sam Rockwell talks influences on "Iron Man 2," and a J. J. Abrams "Micronauts" film?
Marvel has released a Spider-Man/Green Gobline teaser image from their upcoming Avengers event, "Siege," which launches in December 2009. No information was given other than the issue's solicitation information.
"Spider-Man" musical delayed! "Smallville" takes a trip to "Kandor." "Heroes" travels to its own halcyon past. Also, a spurious rumor dissected with special guest, the Lizard, and more.
Jon Favreau confirms he will not be directing "The Avengers"! New photos from the upcoming "Roulette" episode of "Smallville." Plus, French TV visits the set of "Iron Man 2". Also, "The Brave and the Bold" comes to DVD.
Sam Raimi talks "responsibility" in "Spider-Man 4." Actress Aubrey Plaza talks "Scott Pilgrim." Brian Micheal Bendis talks "Thor." Eliza Dushku talks "Internet Fantasy." Gary Ross no longer talking "Venom?"
Bryan Singer returns to "X-Men?" "Cowboys" writers prep for script. Peter Bagge's "The Bradleys" to be animated on Fox? All this, plus "Spider-Man" musical scuttle and more.
A "Heroes" clip extravaganza! Bendis updates on "Powers" TV series. Brent Anderson to make "The Living and the Dead." "Spider-Man" musical finds money to continue on.
Writer/director Gary Ross, currently rewriting "Spider-Man 4," is in discussions with Columbia Pictures to write and direct a feature film version of "Venom," spinning off from the previous "Spider-Man" film.
"Ghost Rider 2" kick starts with writer David Goyer. "Sin City 2" possibly to film next year. "He-Man" finds a new home. "Surrogates" video interview and more.
Writer Fred Van Lente has quickly become a prolific writer of Spider-Man stories. His fourth issue of “Amazing Spider-Man” is on sale now and he's soon to be a regular writer of the new “Web of Spider-Man." We spoke with Van Lente about his work.
While no announcement was made about a new "Alpha Flight" book, the Canadian audience at Fan Expo was provided with a peek into the future of Marvel Comics with Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada, and CBR was there.
In the January 2010 mini-series "Amazing Spider-Man Presents: Jackpot," the titular heroine steps into the spotlight to battle a ghoulish criminal conspiracy. CBR News spoke with writer Marc Guggenheim about the series.
Sony prepares for a fifth and sixth "Spider-man." Television wants to go to "Midnight, Mass" and a "Torso" might be floating down the river. All this plus the Wonder Twins, "The Losers" and more.
In this week’s all-new CUP O’ Q&A, Quesada answers your questions about the return of Mary Jane Watson in “Amazing Spider-Man,” as well as numerous other Spidey and Hulk-related queries.
Joe Quesada's back to take you behind the scenes into the creation of not one, but two covers he did for Wizard Magazine promoting the "One More Day" storyline in the latest Cup O' Doodles exclusively on CBR!
"Amazing Spider-Man" writer Dan Slott met with Chicago fans to discuss Marc Guggenheim’s love of the Ben Reilly era, plans for Mr. Negative, and recent Mary Jane revelations. CBR was there to get the details.
Paul Tobin and Patrick Scherberger take fans on a trip back to 1984 as they bring us the details behind the web-slinger’s newest old outing in "Spider-Man and the Secret Wars" limited series.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Ultimate Comics Avengers," "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man," "Deadpool" and more.
The week's a close call, but it squeaks by as a good thing, featuring the overwhelming glory of Fat Cobra, an Encyclopedia Mythologica and a star turn from Peter Parker, even during the time of the Blackest Night.
Joe Kelly goes in-depth with CBR about his shocking "American Son" storyline, discussing the characters of Peter Parker, Harry and Norman Osborn, and teasing what comes next for "Amazing Spider-Man."
The two sharpest tongues in the Marvel Universe face-off to see who's the biggest smart-ass of all. CBR spoke with writer Joe Kelly about returning to Deadpool and pitting him against Spider-Man this November.
In addition to new monthly story's about Spider-Man, "Web of Spider-Man" will be your place to get the new adventures of Mayday Parker A.K.A. Spider-Girl as brought to you by creators Tom DeFalco and Ron Frenz.
Legendary horror film actor Robert “Freddy Kruger” Englund talks to CBR about his role as the villainous Vulture on Disney XD’s “The Spectacular Spider-Man.”
Legendary artist John Romita, Jr. talks to CBR about the marathon of penciling it took to complete a 60-page story for "Amazing Spider-Man" #600, from the wedding shocker to the twist on a classic villain. Plus a "Kick-Ass" update.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you legendary artist John Romita, Sr.'s variant cover for the landmark 600th issue of "Amazing Spider-Man," available in stores this month.
The voice-actor who plays everyone’s favorite wall-crawler, Josh Keaton talks to CBR News about the second season of the hit series, “The Spectacular Spider- Man,” which premiered this week on Disney XD.
Evan Rachel Wood & Alan Cumming will star in "Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark," with music and lyrics by U2, written by Julie Taymor and Glen Berger and directed by Julie Taymor.
One of superhero comics' most beloved writers, Peter David goes in-depth with CBR News about his storied career, from his earliest work on "Spectacular Spider-Man" to his most recent projects like "Fallen Angel."