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Platinum & Gold Circle Films $200 million dollar, 10 film deal to bring comics to the big screen means ripe opportunities for comics creators. Platinum Chairman Scott Rosenberg spoke with CBR News to discuss exactly what kind of properties they're actively looking for.
Diamond has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales for product shipped in October, 2004, including Market Share, Top 300 Comics, Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's and Manga.
The patriarch of the Bluth clan is anxious to get back into the world of the weird and wild, while everybody's got something new about Marvel's favorite femme fatale ninja, plus more looks at Wesley Snipes' next action flick in the last Comic Reel summary of the week.
Bryan Singer's open for business down under, while everybody's talkin' bout Doctor Doom, the good and the bad of Keanu's latest, we've got red silk goodness from Jennifer Garner, more looks at Kansas' strangest town, and some toothy news about Wesley Snipes' next project.
CBR News has learned that following Jeph Loeb's departure on "Superman/Batman" with issue #25 that writer/director David Goyer will be spending some time on the title.
Warren Ellis broadcasts to the faithful in the wee hours of the night, and the Comic Reel is there. Also, Jennifer Garner's headed back to TV sooner than you think, David Goyer's staying busy, Peter David has the scoop, Ryan Reynolds is feeling fast, and "Ghost Rider" may have to pump the brakes.
Tuesday morning artist Eric J announced that he'll no longer provide the art on the Image series "Rex Mundi." CBR News also caught up with writer Arvid Nelson who shared his thoughts and updated us on the future of the title.
This December sees the release of a new collection of Howard Chaykin's ground breaking 1980s series "American Flagg!" CBR News sat down with Chaykin to look back at his creative process on the series as well as what the future holds for Reuben Flagg.
David Goyer was all brands of chatty about the pending first cut of Christopher Nolan's vision of Gotham City, while Ryan Reynolds teases about picking up the sword, Jamie Kennedy is ready to invade your desktops and somewhere, in the misty distance, the rumble of a Thunder God can be heard ...
Rosario Dawson is just one of the new sights we have to share with you today, while Typhoid Mary talks about making out with Jennifer Garner, Bruce has got a gun, the battling "Smallville" sites once again trade broadside salvos, Jessica Biel brags and Top Cow goes international in this summary of today's happenings.
In 1990 Mark Verheiden, Jan Strnad and D'Israeli created a series about a future America where terrorism was a very real problem. This December, Atomeka brings "Stalkers" back to print and we caught up with Verheiden to learn more. Includes a 12-page preview.
An imaginary new comic line in an imaginary fifth week with Warren Ellis at the helm of it all... CBR gets the skinny from the Apparat artists: Jacen Burrows, Laurenn McCubbin, Carla Speed McNeil and Juan Jose Ryp. Plus, preview art from all four books.
Somebody's gonna get to see the Wesley Snipes-fueled vampire sequel almost a month early, rumors have been confirmed about the WB passing on Warren Ellis' world-saving visions, tons of news on Marvel's favorite red-clad ninja and much more. UPDATED with a brief comment from Warren Ellis himself!
Writer/Artist Paul Harmon brings a tale of a different sort of witch to Image Comics in February with "Mora." We chatted with Harmon about the series, plus we've got a nine-page preview.
It seems like Alan Moore's masterpiece once again lacks direction, while we've got more bad guys than you can shake a katana at, tidbits about the hit WB series and a rumor on which actor will be looking for Kal-El to kneel before Zod ...
Hollywood producer Michael Uslan sat down with CBR News to discuss the upcoming "The Spirit" film. Uslan talks about plans for the film, which characters may make it into the production and what sort of involvement creator Will Eisner will have with the film's production.
More details trickle in on who will join Tony Stark on the silver screen, a battalion of babes are visible in upcoming WB episodes, there's visual trickery and set shots from Vancouver as well as choosing the man who will bring Autobots and Decepticons to life.