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'Hellboy' director backs out of Fangoria weekend due to recovery from surgery, Kevin Nash brutally chokes the Punisher, reviews of the upcoming Batman and Spider-Man movies and Krypto, yeah, Superman's dog, gets a series of his own.
This April Steve Niles, Chee and IDW Publishing will bring to comics an adaptation of the classic horror film 'Dawn of the Dead.' Niles discusses the challenges of bringing this classic to the printed page.
What's Paul Jenkin's connection to Spider-Man's silver screen adventures/ Plus, 'Hellboy' director Guillermo del Toro makes appearances in New Jersey and Los Angeles this weekend, producer Gail Anne Hurd talks 'Punisher' and 'Catwoman' and 'Constantine' get launch dates.
PRESS RELEASE: Moonstone to publish comics based on the legendary radio thriller 'I Love A Mystery.'
Enki Bilal adapts his own work for the big screen, more images for the upcoming event episode of 'Asylum' hit the Web, Len Wein talks 'Swamp Thing,' Ed Asner voices 'Justice League' and the next Batman film may be getting a name change.
'Empire' and 'JLA: Year One' artist Barry Kitson has signed a three year exclusivity agreement with DC Comics.
Eisner Administrator Jackie Estrada has announced that submissions are now open for product released in 2003 to be considered for an Eisner Award nomination. Five judges have been selected and profiled.
John Wells ('er,' 'The West Wing') options 'Grendel,' meet the stars of 'Comic Book The Movie,' Tom Cruise is still interested in donning the suit of iron and much more news.
'Hellboy' gets a different name internationally, 'Justice League' animated details for the new season, Lego toys for 'Spider-Man 2' provide some spoilers, 'Smallville' news and more.
Writer Jay Faerber talks about his latest comics work, 'Dodge's Bullets,' a new 80-page original graphic novel that follows the exploits of private investigator Webster Dodge, coming in March from Image.
Batman Beyond on 'Static Shock' this month, 'Mutant X's' new episode, 'Hellboy' toys, 'Punisher' poster and score news and 'Smallville's' next episode.
According to artist Chris Weston, his friend and British comics artist Don Lawrence died on Monday. He was 75. While mostly unknown in the States, Lawrence was a superstar on the European comics scene.
In a conversation with Rich Johnston, writer Warren Ellis reveals that 2004 may be his last very active year in American comics.
'CSI's' George Eads will play the voice of Captain Atom in an upcoming episode of 'Justice League,' set report from 'Aliens vs. Predator,' the next Batman movie leans towards an Internet presence and Rob Liefeld's 'Planet Terry' gets a couple of writers. Corrected
Hermes Tadeu, the brazillian colorist of 'Hulk' who often worked with Mike Deodato Jr., was shot and killed in Sao Paolo, Brazil on December 21st. He was 25.
A new 'Swamp Thing' film is in the works, 'Dark Fringe' and 'Rust' get optioned, more on the Christopher Nolan Batman film and a new 'Spider-Man' DVD is on its way.
Coming this march for Slave Labor is 'Street Angel' from Jim Rugg and Brian Maruca. The duo talk about the creation of this unusual series, which stars a homeless orphan who fights crime and saves the world with a skate board and a dash of karate.
Artist Andy Kuhn discusses the upcoming 'Young Ancient One,' one part of the 'Epic Anthology' coming in February. Kuhn discusses working with writer Rob Worley, the changes in format the series has seen, upcoming projects with Image and IDW and his band, The Fuglees. Plus, a six-page lettered preview. Corrected
A new, sexy picture of Halle Berry as 'Catwoman' has surfaced, loads of 'Smallville' news, plus the latest on 'Aliens vs. Predator,' 'Punisher,' 'Hellboy,' 'Spider-Man 2' and 'Blade: Trinity.'