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Director Marcus Nispel, whose "Conan The Barbarian" reboot hits theaters this weekend has signed on with Liquid Comics for a Detroit-meets-Mumbai take on the supernatural Kung Fu genre.
Nicolas Cage is back as Marvel Comics flaming skull vigilante in a new film from "Crank" directors Neveldine and Taylor with plenty of highway carnage on display as CBR has full screen caps.
With "The Avengers" still in process, Robert Downey, Jr. and his former directorial collaborator Shane Black are looking for a leaner, meaner Iron Man for the hero's third solo outing.
Creators from Guillermo del Toro to John Cassaday to Mike Mignola himself reflect on the shocking events of "Hellboy: The Fury" #3 as the big red guy is celebrated just as his story gets more interesting.
Writer Brian Michael Bendis teams up with Executive Editor Tom Brevoort to discuss the return of the Dark Avengers in "The H.A.M.M.E.R. War," the birth of the Revengers and the buildup to the Avengers movie.
The firing of show-runner and executive producer Frank Darabont from AMC's hit "Walking Dead" TV show has raised many questions, and new details point to financial fights at the heart of the change.
Writer/artist Nate Simpson's acclaimed Image fantasy series is already headed to Hollywood as the comic is being set up for a film at Warner Bros. by the producers of "Harry Potter" and "Abduction."
As the battle between his signature character and his longtime Lovecraftian nemesis hits in "Hellboy: The Fury" #3, Mike Mignola reveals EXCLUSIVELY to CBR the shocking, spoiler-filled details that will change Hellboy forever.
From the end of "Superior" to a simultaneous comic /movie plan for "Supercrooks" and from Dave Gibbons to Frank Quitely as collaborators, Mark Millar is going full steam ahead with creator-owned comics. Plus, exclusive art!
In a summary judgment, New York federal judge Colleen McMahon denied that any copyrights to the Marvel Universe of characters every belonged to Jack Kirby as the work he did in the 1960s was firmly work for hire.
After scheduling delays led to releasing just two issues in a year, Mark Millar and John Romita Jr. promise a quick finish to "Kick-Ass 2" as they also prepare to team up on "Hit-Girl" and expand the franchise.
Marvel Comics wraps its weekend of events with a look inside their biggest story of the year as Steve Wacker, Nick Spencer and Chris Yost talk "Fear Itself" revealing the follow ups "Battle Scars," "The Fearless" and "Shattered Heroes."
Marvel Comics CCO Joe Quesada anchors his signature panel at Comic-Con with news of Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuiness' next major comic, a look inside Marvel movie making and an appearance by Agent Coulson himself, Clark Gregg
The core of DC Comics executive team from Dan Didio to Bob Harras team up to talk about everything new in September as Geoff Johns reveals the mystery Justice Leaguer, Hawkman gets an arch-foe and much more.
The all-star creators behind the September relaunch of the original superhero take the stage at Comic-Con, and Superman news from Grant Morrison's on "Action Comics" to JMS on "Superman: Earth One" was there in full force.
All the news on Marvel Comics Spider-Man including "Avenging Spider-Man," "Spider-Island" and New York heroes Daredevil and Punisher comes out of Comic-Con including new art from Joe Mad and Humberto Ramos.
Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso lead a discussion of projects new and old with Jonathan Hickman, Greg Pak, Nick Spencer and more in Comic-Con's Next Big Thing panel, and CBR has all the announcements from the show.
The full gamut of creators and editors from DC Comics Batman line team up to tell fans at Comic-Con what's ahead for the Dark Knight come September including Grant Morrison and Scott Snyder.
Robert Kirkman brings collaborators from his incoming Image Comics series "The Infinite" and "Thief of Thieves" as well as news of "The Walking Dead" and "Invincible" to Comic-Con with Skybound Entertainment.
A brand-new, fast-paced take on the Man of Steel debuts in December as Grant Morrison describes his reinvention of Superman as a blue collar folk hero with Rags Morales in "Action Comics."