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Acclaimed comics scribe Grant Morrison will prep a graphic novel and film script called "Dominion: Dinosaurs Versus Aliens" for "Men In Black" director Barry Sonnenfeld and Liquid Comics.
In a one-two punch of behind the scenes perfection, writer John Layman looks at recent events in "Chew," from the cosmic conspiracy of NASA to the return of Poyo and the dastardly future which lays ahead.
Radical Publishing and "Avatar" actor Sam Worthington have tapped director F. Gary Gray for the film adaptation of Rick Remender's "The Last Day's of American Crime" in which Worthington will star.
The comic industry's summer giveaway is still going strong ten years in, and CBR News is on hand to celebrate with a roundup of events coast-to-coast, live coverage, extensive previews of all Free Comic Book Day Gold offerings and more!
Jonathan Hickman is back on hand for more news of the future of Marvel's Ultimate Universe – namely a solo mini for Ultimate Hawkeye which ties into the future of the Ultimates, X-Men and features guest stars including Hulk and Jean Grey.
New releases from Warner Bros. incoming "Green Lantern" movie highlight Corps members from Ryan Reynolds' Hal Jordan to Mark Strong's Sinestro and more obscure characters like Boodikka and Tomar Re.
The superstar painter opens up his sketchbook for a first look at the designs based on the King of Comics lost heroes for Dynamite's "Kirby Genesis," the forthcoming Kurt Busiek/Alex Ross epic.
In a special wrap up interview exploring six years of Joss Whedon's vampire hero in comics, IDW EiC Chris Ryall discusses the publisher bringing "Angel" back, the story behind "After The Fall" and the role of canonicity.
The final issue of DC's year-long event hits stores today, and Co-Publisher Dan Didio stops by for a spoiler-filled interview on how the final issue of "Brightest Day" flips the DC Universe in a key way from here on out.
The owners of the pop culture show "Toronto Fan Expo" have filed an injunction against the owners of the UFC fighting league and Reed Exhibitions over their use of the name "UFC Fan Expo" this weekend in Canada.
The legendary artist behind Marvel's "The Kree-Skrull War" will return to the Avengers franchise this fall with a special #16.1 issue of "New Avengers" by series scribe Brian Michael Bendis.
Writer Rob Williams and editor Tom Brennan team up to explain the ins and outs of the upcoming Iron Man epic "The Iron Age" in Marvel's latest "Next Big Thing" call, revealing the full creative teams and more.
Incoming Booster Gold Eric Martsolf tells CBR how he and Tom Welling explored the time traveler's psyche, how Geoff Johns connected Booster to Superman's mythology and how he once played the Green Goblin.
In part-two of our discussion on his core Image Comics series, Robert Kirkman tells CBR about the supervillain smash-ups ahead for "Invincible" in the wake of "The Viltrumite War" and plans foe #100.
Hard at work on Season 2 of his hit AMC TV series, Robert Kirkman shares with CBR how his Hollywood work has impacted the big plans for his "The Walking Dead" comics work as well as the upcoming zombie video game.
Dark Horse Comics shares with CBR an exclusive first look at Dave Gibbons and Eric Powell's upcoming contributions to its flagship anthology, announced this weekend at Stumptown.
The producers of the upcoming adaptation of the beloved '80s cartoon team with original Lion-O Larry Kenney to explain how "ThunderCats" can be updated for modern audiences and classic fans alike.
After months of hardships and changes, the former giant of manga publishing will cease all operations in the U.S. leaving only a Germany-based licensing division and its film division.
Nick Spencer returns for the latest behind-the-scenes look at his Image hit "Morning Glories" with a special look at the influences on issue #8, the mix of romance, murder and a sci-fi mystery involving everyman Hunter.
In the face of tough times across the industry, CBR News has learned that a number of staffers at Dark Horse comics have been laid off including editors on the "Star Wars" and "Creepy" comics lines.