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Featurette Friday with "Kick-Ass" & "Prince of Persia: the Sands of Time!" William Hurt says General Ross not part of "Iron Man 2." Also, Bendis on "Spider-Man" reboot and DC President talks "Superman."
Writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa spoke with CBR News about the upcoming remake - and revamp - of the 1966 musical, "It's a Bird...It's a Plane...It's Superman," set to hit the stage in Dallas, Texas this summer.
Christopher Nolan to lend "Superman" a hand. "Thor" to feature "modern language." Mark Millar talks up his untitled project. Also, a "Justice League" clip, Stan Lee talks "Antman" and more.
Word is out that the "Dark Knight" director has been tapped to oversee the Man of Steel's next foray into film as well as the fact that a third Batman picture is already in the works at Warner Brothers.
"Thor" switches release dates! Mark Millar suggests a "Superman" film with origin. Michael Cera has seen "Scott Pilgrim," but not in order. Also, Bruce Davison on "Justice League," and more.
As part of its "DCU in 2010" campaign, DC has announced that Marc Guggenheim will take over "Action Comics" from Greg Rucka and Eric Trautmann just in time for next summer's "War of the Supermen" mega event.
Fan favorite writer J. Michael Straczynski spoke with CBR about the soon to be released "Ninja Assassin" and his other current writing projects, including a TV pilot for FOX and an unnamed Superman project for DC Comics.
"Superman" in "a weird place." Has "Thor" found his Warriors Three? "Hack/Slash" gets a new writer. Also, "Heroes" clips of Thanksgiving, "Losers" talk, "Spider-Man 4" scuttle and more.
Tim revisits John Byrne's '80s Superman revamp and considers how the reimagining of an icon worked as a gateway to the DCU and what its legacy is today, after all the changes Byrne made seem to have been undone.
After twelve weeks, "Wednesday Comics" comes to an end, and so does this version of the "Splash Page." Tim and Chad rank all twelve strips this week, and talk about the good, the bad, and the future.
"X-Men 4" back on track? Meanwhile, Mark Millar's words on "Superman" now come with video and "G.I. Joe 2" appears to be filming soon. All this, and more.
Mark Millar addresses "Superman" rumors. "Surrogates" interviews ahead of opening day. Advance review of "Smallville." All this, plus "Heroes" and "Scott Pilgrim."
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The spotlight falls this week on the Superman strip DC chose to bring its high-concept "Wednesday Comics" to the masses via USA Today. Writer John Arcudi and artist Lee Bermejo talk to CBR about the Man of Steel.
No "Superman" film on the horizon? Meanwhile, "Spider-man 4" expands to IMAX. All this, plus new "Surrogates" clips, a possible "Green Lantern" rumor, and more.
The writer of such superhero classics as “Starman” and “The Golden Age,” James Robinson talks to CBR TV about his new work in the DC Universe with “Superman” and “Justice League of America.”
Each week, comic pundits Timothy Callahan and Chad Nevett discuss the style and substance of DC's "Wednesday Comics." This week, the discussion turns toward artistic experimentation, Joe Kubert, and James Joyce.
A Hero falls for "Redemption." Possible "Superman" director continues his public audition. "Hancock 2" gets a writing duo. All this, plus more "Losers" set photos and "Scott Pilgrim."
Each week, comic pundits Timothy Callahan and Chad Nevett discuss the style and substance of DC's "Wednesday Comics." Now that the series has hit its stride, the accolades flow in today's thrilling conversation.
Possible "Superman" director suggests no origin! Director Bryan Singer now eyeing "First Class?" A Black Hat joins "Priest!" Also: Justin Hammer, a slew of "Losers" photos, and more.
Each week, comic pundits Timothy Callahan and Chad Nevett discuss the style and substance of DC's "Wednesday Comics." The conversation continues this week with a chat about the amazing issue #6.
"Superman" must take flight, but cannot begin? "Wolverine" sequel writer announced! "Criminal Macabre" finds a home at Universal. All this, plus "Smallville" details, "Dead Space," and more.
Each week, comic pundits Timothy Callahan and Chad Nevett discuss the style and substance of DC's "Wednesday Comics." The conversation continues this week with guest Matthew J. Brady and "Metal Men."
"G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra" actors, producers and writer talk Joe. Possible "Superman" director confirms and denies nothing. "Iron Man 2" director "stoked" about editing. All this, plus robots!
Each week, comic pundits Timothy Callahan and Chad Nevett discuss the style and substance of DC's "Wednesday Comics." The conversation continues this week with surprise guest commentators and a lively chit-chat about the underrated strips from issue #4.
Is the Hulk assembling for "Avengers?" Is "Superman" beginning again? Meanwhile, "Night Mary" finds a new home, Stark Industries is hiring, "Alien" begins, "G.I. Joe" gets interviewed and more.
At CCI, the cast and crew of "Green Lantern: First Flight" and "Superman/Batman: Public Enemies" previewed the upcoming films, took questions from the audience and teased a new short film line.
Superman himself lands at the CBR Boat Show to talk about two new comic book films he's appearing in: "Dead of Night," based on the popular Dylan Dog comics from Italy, and Bryan Lee O'Malley's "Scott Pilgrim."
DC Comics held its Superman panel Thursday morning Comic Con International in San Diego, with Geoff Johns, James Robinson, Greg Rucka, and more discussing the various titles--and making some rude jokes.
Each week, comic pundits Timothy Callahan and Chad Nevett discuss the style and substance of DC's "Wednesday Comics." The conversation continues this week with an exploration of the best and the worst of issue #2.
Having completed its restoration of Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel, the Siegel & Shuster Society hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony that saw a meeting of Siegel and co-creator Joe Shuster's surviving relatives.
Each week, comic pundits Timothy Callahan and Chad Nevett discuss the style and substance of DC's "Wednesday Comics." The conversation begins here with no-holds-barred commentary on issue #1.
A new Superman film by 2012? Meanwhile, Cameron Diaz considers going Green and screenwriter Zak Penn assembles more "Avengers" notes. All this plus more "Kick-Ass" photos and more.
CBR Legal Expert Brian Cronin offers analysis on Wednesday's decision in the ongoing battle between DC/Warner Bros. and Jerry Siegel's heirs, the latest involving disputes over recent licensing agreements for projects like "Superman Returns."
A court has ruled that DC Comics and Warner Bros. Entertainment did not violate a licensing agreement with Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel's heirs with respect to "Superman Returns" and "Smallville."
Is everything ship-shape in Sparta? Also, Superman Brandon Routh would love to fly again. All this plus denials, conjecture, spy shots, changes in "Watchmen" the Director's Cut and more in the Comic Reel.
In this installment of WWC, Tim answers the age-old question: 'What is the WORST Grant Morrison comic?' and gives five answers. Plus, as an added bonus: Morrison's Ten Best Comics Ever.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new books on sale this week including new issues of "Green Lantern," "Superman," "Fringe," "Wonder Woman," "Justice Society of America" and more.
Tim presents his Grand Nemesis Theory, explains the underlying problem with Spider-Man and Wonder Woman, psychoanalyzes Batman and breaks down how the real Superman villains are closer to reality than you might think.
In this second installment of a three-part series, the Eisner Award-winning writer discusses with CBR “Superman: World of New Krypton” and the upcoming crossover storyline in all the Superman books.