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'Painkiller Jane' and a 'Spawn' spin-off are the latest fare in development for the SCI FI Channel. 'Battle Chasers' gets optioned for the big screen. Furlong flies high on 'The Crow' and peyote. And Bryan Singer answers the question: who's stronger: Neo or Wolverine?
Patton Oswalt, one of the stars of the CBS comedy 'King of Queens,' takes his turn behind the keyboard as the writer of 'JLA: Workweek,' about an average day for the JLA with very little to do.
Producer and Dark Horse Entertainment chief, Mike Richardson talks about his slate of upcoming movie adaptations. Get the latest scoop on 'Hellboy,' '30 Days of Night' and more.
The 'Garfield' movie is fattening up and we've got a report on the CGI effects, as well as the latest cast additions. The $100 million mark is on the radar for 'Daredevil.'
Kurt Busiek has confirmed that his DC Comics series 'Power Company' has been cancelled and will end with issue #18.
'The Mask' gets X'd as the sequel gears up for production. Take a sneak peek at 'American Splendor.' Museum members get to see 'The Hulk' first. Don't forget to watch 'Where Are They Now?' tonight.
Diamond Comics Distributors has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales for February, 2003 including Overall Market Share, Top 300 Comics and Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's.
At Wednesday's press conference, Marvel finally announced what had long been expected: The Epic Comics line, Marvel's creator-owned line from the 1980s, was coming back ... sort of. First up, a romance comic by Mark Millar and the Dodsons.
Goyer set to script the Dark Knight's big screen comeback. 'Spider-Man' release date pushed back and Hollywood scrambles. Ratner talks about 'Superman' exit. Goyer's 'Zigzag' on video now.
New series writer Gail Simone discusses her upcoming run on the DC title "Birds of Prey," pairing with artist Ed Benes, who the Birds will be going up against in her first story-arc and who'll be joining their ranks.
David Goyer gives a 'Blade III' progress report. Gough and Millar remain mayors of 'Smallville.' 'Jonah Hex' still in development as a film.
An animation insider leaks top-secret scoops about 'Aquaman,' 'Shazam' and 'Teen Titans' toons. 'Smallville' gets an early pickup. EW's Hollywood Heroes go on display. 'Daredevil' crashes 'The (Norman) Osborns.' The 'Astro Boy' movie is not due out next year.
New interest has sparked in the feature film version of Joe Quesada and Jimmy Palmiotti's super fire fighter "Ash." The latest details on this DreamWorks project can be found right here.
Oscar winner William Goldman says the magic word on DC Comics' latest big screen venture. Animatronics F/X guru gets his arms around Doc Ock. 'Perdition' takes home an Oscar. Fans get their first looks at 'Batwoman.' Fox takes its time with Marvel features. 'Daredevil' inches towards $100 million.
Series writer Robert Kirkman talks about the Image Comics title, 'Invincible,' addressing the 'Son of Superman' comparisons, writing convincing teenage characters, what's coming up in future issues and exclusive artwork from upcoming issues.
Marvel Comics has returned to the role of tease once again, this time providing the comics press with the cover to 'Trouble' with very little extra information.
There's a new comic shipping to stores this May and it's not from any of the major US publishers, but from a South American publisher who's hoping their comic, with an environmental message, will find success in the states.
CrossGeneration Entertainment announced Friday that they will be publishing MVCreations' comics based on classic (and remade) cartoon "Masters of the Universe" along with arcade games "Dragon's Lair" and "Space Ace."