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Gianni Nunnari, Mark Canton and Deborah Snyder are three of the people responsible with bringing Frank Miller's "300" to the silver screen. CBR News spoke with all three producers in an exclusive 1-on-3 interview.
Over at the Comics Should Be Good blog, Greg Hatcher sits down with indy comics creator David Yurkovich ("Less Than Heroes") about the benefit book he's working on celebrating the great Marvel artist Bill Mantlo.
How do they make Logan's claws? Now you can find out, plus we have EXCLUSIVE info on Batman's new ride, a new comic heading to TV, a possible fourth enemy for Spidey in this sequel, plus more on "Stardust," "Smallville," "Transformers," "Rex Mundi" and more.
With Book 2 just around the corner, Kurt Busiek talks with CBR News about "Astro City's" intense and epic multi-volume storyline, "The Dark Age." Plus, we've got the first five pages from "The Dark Age, Book 2" #1.
The USPS has unveiled the artwork for the 2007 issue Marvel Super Heroes stamps. We've got a look at the full set and high-res looks at each stamp.
Robert sits down for a frank and indepth discussion with writer/producer Bryan Fuller, who's talks not only about "Heroes," but what happened with "Dead Like Me" and "Wonderfalls," the future of "The Amazing Screw-On-Head" and more.
It will be Inhuman versus human this January as war between the two races erupts in the pages of "Silent War." CBR News spoke with writer David Hine about the series.
This January, H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulu mythos comes to monthly comics in the Boom! Studios ongoing "Cthulu Tales." CBR News spoke with Boom!'s Ross Richie and writer Michael Alan Nelson.
Don't call it a comeback as talk swirls about getting the band back together in Metropolis. Plus, Frank Miller speaks, David Slade wants money, Matt Wayne does laundry, Guillermo del Toro gets started and much more in the week's penultimate look at links, legends and lies.
While the film adaptation of Frank Miller's "300" may still be five months away, interest is high following the release of the teaser trailer. CBR News spoke with Miller about the film, as well as his work on "The Spirit" and "Sin City 2."
Robert Taylor returns to CBR with a candid, in-depth interview with Jeph Loeb. Discussed are Loeb's television work on "Heroes" and "Lost," his longtime collaborator Rob Liefeld and their new project, "Onslaught Reborn" - of which we have loads of preview pages - and his work on "Wolverine," with preview art by Simone Bianchi!
Warner Bros. Pictures has released 40 photos from writier/director Darren Aronofsky's "The Fountain," starring Hugh Jackman and opening on November 22nd. You've never seen the guy who plays Wolverine quite like this.
In stores today is "Classic Battlestar Galactica" #1, a revival of the original 1970s franchise written by Rick Remender. We spoke with the writer to get the final skinny on the series.
It's gettin' hot in here, as Johnny Storm gets a new girlfriend, while a cult classic gets adapted, a muscle man brings it to Clark, Mike Mignola speaks and news on "Moon Knight," "300" and more.
Today, video gamers get to take control of their favorite Marvel heroes as "Marvel: Ultimate Alliance" has finally arrived. Last Week, CBR News flew to Wisconsin to tour the studios of Raven Software, the birthplace of the game.
John Siuntres from the Wordballoon podcast stops by CBR to share an audio interview with Mike Mignola. Mignola talks about Hellboy's animated debut in "Sword of Storms," upcoming comics as well as a lengthy tease of "Hellboy 2."
The acclaimed newcomer best known for his work on "Mister Miracle," "Robin" and "Aquaman" goes exclusive with DC.
When cash strapped Eddie sells his services as a sidekick to four different superheroes, wacky hijinks ensue. We spoke with Jenkins about the satirical superhero series.
Boom! Studios has provided CBR News with a seven page preview of "Tag" #2. This second issue of the exciting new horror series by Keith Giffen and Kody Chamberlain is in stores tomorrow, Wednesday, October 24th.
Things have changed a lot in one year for "Robin" and its titular hero. Will Jason Todd make an appearance? Who's behind the changes to Cassandra Cain?