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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."
Parker Smart's indie comic 'CiCi' features a high-tech, butt-kicking heroine and ponders philosophical issues about creation and the meaning of life. Now, Energy Entertainment has inked a deal with Smart to take the property to the next level.
'Astro Boy' fires up for 0th birthday, TV series and movie. The 'BloodQuest' movie, based on the 'Warhammer' comics and games, stalls.
Chuck Austen discusses two new Marvel Max series, 'War Machine 2.0,' a follow-up to 'U.S. War Machine,' 'The Eternal,' a new take on a classic Kirby concept (with exclusive first looks at art) and finishes by teasing a creator owned project, 'World Watch.' Plus, Austen respond's to criticisms made by CrossGen's Mark Alessi about 'The Call.'
Two new superhero roleplaying games, set outside the standard bright four color world of previous licensed roleplaying games, have been announced.
Director Brett Ratner dumps 'Superman' for another 'Rush Hour' sequel. Josh Olson set to write the script for 'A History of Violence.' 'Spider-Man' spin team gets accolade and VH1 asks where are the superheroes now?
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in June, 2003. UPDATED 03/21 with Top Cow covers
'Hulk,' 'Punisher' producer Gale Anne Hurd takes on 'Micronauts!' 'Nexus' animated pilot update. Ellis makes a 'Superhuman' effort for SCI FI. 'Barbarella' still in the works. 'Santo' comes to America.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in June, 2003.
After 29 issues handling the art chores on DC's 'Flash,' artist Scott Kolins is moving on. Kolins spoke with CBR News and reflected on his almost 3 year relationship with the title and the people he worked with.
Writer Ed Brubaker introduces 'Sleeper' to new readers while giving existing fans an update on where the series is headed with an update on the money-back guarantee and if anyone's taken him up on the offer.
Tobey Maguire may not be back for the 'Spider-Man' sequel. Find out who could be replacing him. Latest actors bow out of 'Superman' deal and Ratner hangs in the balance. 'Ripley's' is re-upped for an additional 11 episodes. 'Mortadelo and Filemon' breaks foreign box office records.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in June, 2003.
PRESS RELEASE: Ultimate Sports and NBA's Dallas Mavericks Team Up for Collectible Comic Book Promotion
Madonna's Maverick Films puts 'Violent Messiahs' on the fast track. Are Brett Ratner and actor hopefuls afraid of the Curse of Superman? Rodionoff talks about 'Werewolf by Night.' 'Daredevil' hangs in the top 10. Ottman talks about 'X-Men 2.' 'Smallville' is gender neutral and monkeys invade Cartoon Network.
'The Red Star's' Christian Gossett discusses leaving CG Entertainment and once again publishing the book with Archangel Studios, talking freely about his current relationship with CrossGen and putting to rest any speculation that might arise concerning the change in publication. Plus, what the future holds for Archangel Studios.
'The Red Star's' Brad Kayl shares his own thoughts and reasons behind leaving CG Entertainment with a look at what the future holds for the title under Archangel Studios. Plus, Kayl teases readers with news of a second Archangel title coming this July, 'Assasin,' with an exclusive first look at artwork from the series.
Berry looking likely for 'Catwoman.' Only two actors left slugging it out for 'Superman.' The real Superman continues the never-ending battle. MGM provides a look at 'Bulletproof Monk.' Work and headaches begin for 'Men in Black III.'