Lionsgate Says New "Power Rangers" Film Could Lead To Multiple Sequels
I started reading comics with a ratty copy of Marvel's "Transformers" #1, followed in short order by such memorable titles as "Alf" and "Madballs." After growing out of those, I came back to comics when a friend bought me the "Death of Superman" trade--event comics work! I followed the characters seen there into "Justice League," which, rummaging through back issues, got me hooked on Giffen/DeMatteis/Maguire's "JLI," still one of my absolute favorite series. I read Steven T. Seagle and Teddy Kristiansen's "House of Secrets" long before I was ready, which cemented my interest in Vertigo and other Mature Readers and indie books. Now, I've been reading comics longer than I haven't and enjoy a little bit of everything.
I have written for CBR since 2006. By day I am an Academic Marketing Manager for the University of Michigan Press, which is awesome in an entirely different way.
Illustration by Jesse Gregg
FIRST COMIC: Marvel's "Transformers" #1
FAVORITE CHARACTER: I tend to follow creators more than characters, but I'll probably always read "Hellblazer" and I'm a sucker for a good Batman story.
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"Grayson" writers Tim Seeley and Tom King and "Harley Quinn's" Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner talk about the latest wave of the New 52.
Rick Remender, Jason Aaron, and Axel Alonso discussed major changes in the Avengers lineup, including the female Thor, Falcon's new role as Captain America, and more.
With the "Spider-Verse" event bringing untold legions of Spider-Men together in November, writers Dan Slott and Mark Waid take to the stage at Comic-Con International to discuss the series.
Batman turns 75, and party guests include Neal Adams, Jim Lee, Geoff Johns, Frank Miller, Grant Morrison, Denny O'Neil, and Scott Snyder.
While fans waiting for more "Torchwood" might be waiting a bit longer, Eve Myles' spotlight panel at C2E2 delighted the show's viewers more than a few behind the scenes stories—many of them quite dirty.
Marvel's "Spider-verse" panel at C2E2 features James Robinson, Joshua Hale Fialkov, and Ramón Pérez talking up the big changes in Spider-Man's world.
Day 2 of C2E2 opened with DC's New 52 panel, where Dan Jurgens, Gail Simone, Jimmy Palmiotti, and more discuss what's coming up next.
Marvel's first panel of C2E2 highlights its digital offerings, with "Amazing Spider-Man: Who am I?" and "Daredevil" writers Joshua Hale Fialkov and Mark Waid.
Diedrich Bader, John DiMaggio and more discussed "Batman: The Brave and the Bold" ahead of the first season's November 5 Blu-ray release.
CBR went hands on with "Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII," exploring the Wildlands and getting a feel for the unique new battle system.
Brian Buccellato, Paul Levitz, James Tynion IV, Charles Soule, and more came together at New York Comic Con to talk about the New 52 as it enters its third year, as well as announcing new projects.
David Finch, Brian Buccellato, Joe Prado, and Ray Fawkes spoke with fans about "Forever Evil" and its tie-in series, writing and drawing evil characters, and working with Geoff Johns.
Darwyn Cooke and JIm Steranko joined editors Chris Ryall and Scott Dunbier for a freeform panel where they announced new Artist's Editions and other projects.
Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard played to a packed house at New York Comic Con, talking about the origins and evolution of the "Walking Dead" comic series over the past ten years.
Tim Seeley, Kieron Gillen, Ales Kot, Glen Brunswick, and more creators spoke with fans at New York Comic Con about the thoughts, inspiration, and process behind their acclaimed Image Comics series.
At Comic-Con International, "The X-Files" creator Chris Carter and stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson led a panel in celebration of the 20 year anniversary of Agents Mulder and Scully's quest for the truth.
Stars Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles, and the cast and producers "Supernatural" entertained fans at Comic-Con International with teasers for Season 9, slapstick antics and stories of guns and the Impala.
Michelle Rodriguez, Katee Sackhoff, Danai Gurira and other female action stars talked about the challenges facing women on set and in the greater microcosm of the entertainment industry.
Matt Smith, Kit Harington, Steve Yeun, Tyler Posey and David Giuntol gathered for Entertainment Weekly's "Brave New Warriors," focusing on their TV roles, fan interaction and how they'd like their characters to die.
Lionsgate debuted new footage from "Hunger Games: Catching Fire" and "I, Frankenstein" in a Comic-Con International presentation featuring Jennifer Lawrence, Aaron Eckhart, Josh Hutcherson and others.