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In an exclusive first interview, J. Michael Straczynski tells CBR why "Before Watchmen" is a good idea with or without Alan Moore and how he views Dr. Manhattan. Plus, a first look at Adam Hughes' art for the project.
Brian Azzarello, J. Michael Straczynski, original "Watchmen" editor Len Wein and colorist John Higgins and more team to tell more stories from the world of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons 1986 classic. UPDATED with Moore's reaction.
This week, learn the amazing story of what comic book character Alan Moore used as the basis for Rorschach's speech patterns! Plus, did DC almost do a Batman comic adapting "Hamlet?" Find out today!
Tim tackles three big questions on the topics of Genre Avoidance, the Most Overlooked Influential Creator and Darwyn Cooke's Possible "Watchmen" sequel.
2000 AD/Rebellion has told CBR exclusively it has struck a deal with Barnes and Noble to fill the Alan Moore-sized hole left when the bookseller pulled DC Comics' Amazon digital-exclusive titles from its shelves.
CSBG continues its examination of comic book writers referencing the work of their peers (and sometimes themselves!). From the use of a MARV ray to the Question telling us that Rorschach sucks, it's all here!
In a response to DC's exclusive partnering with Amazon's Kindle Fire for titles like "Watchmen" and "The Sandman," Barnes & Noble has pulled the physical books from their store shelves as a protest. Updated with comment from DC.
With Amazon's entry into the world of tablet computing involving an exclusive contract with DC Comics, CBR Senior Editor Steve Gerding has some questions about what to expect when the Kindle Fire hits consumer hands in November.
DC Comics has announced that digital versions of the publisher's graphic novels, including "Watchmen," "Superman: Earth One" and more, will be released exclusively for Amazon's Kindle Fire.
Legendary creator Dave Gibbons spoke with CBR TV about his new comic work on "Treatment," his feelings on whether the "Watchmen" characters should interact with DC Comics' 52 Universes and much more.
Celebrating twenty-five years of "Watchmen," artist Dave Gibbons, colorist John Higgins and editor Len Wein looked back on the seminal work at Comic-Con International.
ROBOT 6's Matt Seneca dives into an elaborate, single-page Dave Gibbons-illustrated dream sequence from "Watchmen" #7
From the "Watchmen" movie you didn't get a chance to see to the crossover conversations of the industries biggest talents, CBR News presents our own picks for the biggest, brightest and bestest features we published across 2010.
"Captain America" continues his campaign in Manchester! Paul Guinan talks "Boilerplate" film! Joe Quesada teases a Marvel based TV show! Also, a "Phoenix" rises for Harlan Ellison and more.
CBR has an exclusive look at the "Watchmen" film that could have been as production designer Dominic Watkins shares his and Paul Greengrass' early concepts for a more realistic, modern version of the superhero classic.
"Sucker Punch" director Zack Snyder and producing partner Deborah sat down with CBR News to discuss the new film, "Watchmen," "Xerxes" and a hint at projects further down the road.
In the wake of Alan Moore's words on the future of the characters he created, DC Comics co-publisher spoke to CBR about his view of how to approach a "Watchmen" sequel and other "off limits" stories.
Alan Moore, whose tumultuous relationship with DC Comics is legendary, claims the publisher offered this week to return the rights to his most famous creation -- in exchange for a concession. ROBOT 6 has the details.
WizKids/NECA announce a new collector's set for their superhero tabletop game that will be on sale at Comic-Con International, featuring movie versions of the popular characters from Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons comics classic.
"Green Lantern" director talks constructs. Anthony Hopkins hopes he resembles a god. Mark Millar talks "Wanted 2" script. "Watchmen 2?" "Captain America" announcements soon and more.
"Thor" adds two to its cast. "Watchmen" Ultimate Cut details. Actor seen in full "Priest" costume. All this, plus Rob Liefeld stoked for "Deadpool," "Xombie," and more.
The co-creator of Swamp Thing and Wolverine and the editor of "Watchmen," Len Wein was given the spotlight to talk to fans and answer questions about his storied career in the American comic book industry.
Spike TV has released the list of nominations for the "SCREAM 2009" movie awards with "Star Trek" topping the list at 17 and "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" and "Watchmen" tied with 13 nominations apiece.
Comic are undergoing a metamorphosis in the constantly changing digital world. Dave Gibbons, Paul Levitz and others discussed the evolution at DC's motion comics panel.
The second installment of "Watchmen: The End is Nigh" will be arriving this month, and Warner Bros. Executive Producer Andy Abramovici gave CBR the lowdown on what to expect from the game.
Another actor joins "the Losers." Iron Man 2 nears the end of filming while a Green Lantern is chosen. All this plus a scene from "Watchmen: The Director's Cut" and more over in the Comic Reel.
Three vie for the "Green Lantern" while the masks of Destro and Cobra Commander are revealed. Plus details on a Foot Clan audition, "The Black Freighter" finally comes to "Watchmen" and more.
Stephen Dorff returns for a "Blade" prequel? Meanwhile, "Watchmen" leaked to the Internet. G.I. Joe comes to Japan, and "Proof" presents itself. All this plus another Stan Lee cameo and more.
Illustrator Dave Gibbons and colorist John Higgins discuss in-depth the creative process behind “Watchmen” -- the graphic novel and film -- at the Bristol Comic Expo.
Marvel's Barack Obama-starring Spider-Man comic book came out on top for the second month in a row, with DC's "Watchmen" leading the trade paperbacks list once again. Check out the complete estimates here.
With "Watchmen: Tales of the Black Freighter/Under the Hood" on sale tomorrow on DVD, Blue-Ray and ON DEMAND, CBR brings you advance looks at both features.
Watchmen drops, an Amazon Princess picks up, Spider-Man is casting about, Destro proves elusive and much more in today's comic movie roundup.
Joining Atom! and Carr for the final edition of RE-READING WATCHMEN is none other than "Lost" co-creator and celebrated "Watchmen" fan Damon Lindelof, who shares his thoughts on the book's final chapter.
London's got "Watchmen" fever, whether it's special editions of the "New Frotiersman" or someone sticking bloog splattered smileys on people, it's everywhere. Plus, "Absolute Justice," the original comics creators for "Celebrity Apprentice" and more.