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Lots of new "Spider-Man 2" news and interviews, JLo wants to play Wonder Woman, notes on new characters in "Elektra," new developments on "Superman" and much more.
At an event in San Francisco last week, the press gathered to witness a close-up demonstration of the new video game "Spider-Man 2: The Game." Preview includes new screen grabs and two new videos.
Numerous sources are reporting that beleaguered comics publisher CrossGen Entertainment has filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Updated.
Last Tuesday, fans of "The Shield" were treated to a quick appearance by the Image Comics hero Invincible. Robert Kirkman spoke with CBR News, explaining how his creation made it into the cop drama.
Diamond Comics Distributors has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales on product shipped in May, 2004, including Overall Market Share, Top 300 Comics and Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's.
Michael Clarke Duncan lands himself a role in "Sin City," three new video clips surface for "Spider-Man 2," Chicago "Batman Begins" filming details as well as the latest on "Krypto."
"G.I. Joe" artist Tim Seeley talks about working on the series, fan reaction to his work, the challenges of working on a title with such a diverse cast and more.
A possible "Batman Begins" trailer may be coming shortly, the latest on "Spider-Man 2," "Superman" developments, a first look at the Thing from "Fantastic Four" and much more.
"G.I. Joe" writer Brandon Jerwa talks with CBR News about the series, plus the upcoming "Master and Apprentice" mini-series. Includes preview art from "Master and Apprentice."
"Catwoman" artist Paul Gulacy talks about drawing the sexy feline and addresses those who thinks he draws her too sexy, plus a look at art from issue #34.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping September, 2004.
Lots of news today on productions for "Spider-Man 2," "Superman," "Aliens vs. Predator," "Fantastic Four," "Tintin," "Smallville," "Punisher," "Batman Begins" and "Blade: Trinity." Whew!
Rob Lavender, a long time friend of Young's, sits down with the owner of AiT/Planet Lar and "Planet of the Capes" author Larry Young to talk about the current state of comics, his company and his outlook on the industry.
DC Comics has brought back their classic mascot Johnny DC to serve as the branding for the DC Kids line.
A possible Sue Storm is chosen for "Fantastic Four," "Superboy" DVDs coming soon, "Spider-Man 3" in the early prep stages as is "Ghost Rider," "X-Men 3" details and more.
Activision has provided CBR News with six new screen shots from the upcoming video game "Spider-Man 2: The Game."
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in September of 2004.
"Harry Potter's" Chris Columbus to direct "Namor," "Smallville" rumors, a new trailer for "Aliens Vs. Predator," more clips from "Blade: Trinity," plus new photos from "Spider-Man 2" and "Catwoman" and more!
"Man-Thing" gets an R rating, new footage reports from "Spider-Man 2" and "Blade: Trinity," Rob Liefeld sells another story to Hollywood and more.
Artist Jerry Ordway talks about his return to some very familiar characters with his two-part run on "JSA" beginning next month. Includes preview art, plus a look back on his career and what's next for the artist.
Want to be an extra in "Batman Begins?" We've got the details. Plus, more stars sign on for "Sin City" and the number of actors trying out for the part of Superman is down to five.