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Today's summary includes Gotham City news, like a possible first look at Jonathan Crane's creepy alter ego, a possible other future villain coming to the film and Christian Bale on film. There's also two new DVD releases and the world of Krypton is coming closer to actually happening.
Marie Croall talks about her upcoming work on the Devil's Due title "Voltron." Plus, why "Voltron" isn't just another nostalgia book, working with her studio mates and some thoughts on how women are depicted in comics.
This November sees the debut of "The Detonator" at Image Comics. CBR News caught up with writer Mike Baron to learn more about this "explosive" new series.
The rumors around Joss Whedon heading to Westchester keep on swirling, and there's a new author taking a very close look at Gotham City. Warren Ellis' TV show wraps, the Teen Titans get magical, and the Richards family gets animated in the special one-year-anniversary edition of the Comic Reel.
Look who's getting their own movie, bub! Meanwhile, swords and ... uh ... assets hit your DVD player, the Justice League is running out of time, James Cameron gets his anime on, Christian Bale likes the brain more than the brawn and there's more spoilers from Smallville.
Artist Cliff Chiang talks about working on "Human Target with writer Peter Milligan, what their working process is like and what he brings to the title to give it that unique feel.
Four-hour golden age auction features $42,000 "Flash Comics" #1 as well as many other classic gems including "Superman" #1 and "All Star Comics" #1.
Forrest Gump as Optimus Prime? A comics legend adapting Christopher Nolan? Whips and leather in Gotham City? John Woo getting the Power of Grayskull? More "Smallville" images than you can shake a meteor rock at? Virgil Hawkins on Cartoon Network?
This November, comics new-comer Daniel Miller releases his semi-auto biographical graphic novel "Creased." What does it mean to be creased? Read on to see how even you've been creased before.
Among today's news bits, Wesley Snipes may not be sharpening up the sword one more time, Berkley Breathed's penguin pal is heading for the big screen, Sabrina the Teenaged Witch gets a sword of her own and there's a new writer out in Westchester.
Creators John Ostrander & Tim Truman discuss the return of their creation "Grimjack" at IDW in 2005, plus a look back at the publishing history of the character.
British fans are happily reading a new magazine article about the Bat-flick, while Lauren Shuler Donner confirms the mutant-themed sequel plot, websites go tit-for-tat on "Smallville" news and more in today's news summary.
30 years ago Roy Thomas and Dick Giordano set out to produce a faithful adaptation of the horror classic. One third of the way through, the series was cancelled, only to be resurrected 30 years later. Includes a comparison preview of original and new artwork.
Announced earlier this year, Mark Waid and Marc Silvestri team up for Top Cow's "Hunter-Killer," the story of a fourth, very secret branch of the U.S. Government. Updated with new art.
Writer Neal Shaffer and artist Luca Genovesse bring a new style of horror to comics this November with "The Awakening," which embraces the Italian style of horror, giallo.
Lauren Shuler Donner faces the music and fanboy questions, while you can check out Brian Pulido's animated vision, more fab photos of the cast of "Smallville" and the "Catwoman" director is slated to enter the crosshairs of fan ire once again ...
PRESS RELEASE: Platinum and Icarus Sign Exclusive Co-Development License for Massively Multiplayer Games based on Comics
Jim Valentino brings ShadowHawk back into the spotlight, answering questions of long-time readers and telling the whole story to new readers.
Will "Shawn of the Dead" take a Rohrshach test? How did Lex Luthor take over so many roles in the Justice League? Will the Brian Pulido character's DVD debut be sponsored by Victoria's Secret? All these questions and more on the next episode of "Soap," er, the Comic Reel.
It looks like Mark Millar will have to pay up as there's a wide world of news from Bryan Singer's new Australian production, spy data from Vancouver, quotes aplenty about Gotham City, a date for school starting in Westchester and much more.
"Spider-Man: India," a new take on the Spider-Man mythos, hits stands in Indian in October and the States in November. CBR News has eight pages of preview art, plus we spoke with editor John Barber to learn more about the series.