PREVIEWS: "Spider-Gwen," "Chewbacca" & More Marvel Comics on Sale October 14, 2015
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Walter Koenig, the actor best known for playing Chekov on "Star Trek," is returning his pen to comics, scripting the post-apocalyptic vampire tale "Things To Come" and resurrecting his '90s superhero series "Raver."
Hot off a #1 sales debut for his new "X-Men" series, writer Victor Gischler and CBR discussed mutants and vampires, taking cues from the fans, Wolverine vs. Jubilee and fandom crossover with his crime novels.
Months of stories and rumors surrounding the hit IDW series seem to be pointing towards an upcoming "Locke & Key" TV series produced by Stephen Spielberg and adapted by Alex Kurtzman and Robert Orci.
The once and future writer-artist behind DC Comis' "Batman" monthly, creator Tony Daniel swings back into Gotham for new stories, a new style and the completion of his lost chapter with Grant Morrison.
With the events of "World War Hulks" having delivered their final blows to the life of Bruce Banner, Jeph Loeb, Greg Pak and Jeff Parker are back for one last look at the story, from the human fallout to the hulking future.
For the launch of his UK comic mag "CLiNT," best-selling writer Mark Millar is putting the call out for aspiring creators to pitch short sci-fi tales and iconic characters to run alongside "Kick-Ass 2," "Nemesis" and more.
Playing the part of Emma "The White Queen" Frost, the leading lady of "Mad Men" is just one of several surprise final cast members set in place for Fox's "X-Men: First Class"
Famed character actor Oliver Platt has signed on for a role as the mysterious "Man In Black" in Matthew Vaughn's X-Men prequel film along with actors set to be Moira MacTaggart and Azazel – the demon father of Nightcrawler.
David Steinberger, the CEO of the biggest player in digital comics, spoke with CBR News about comiXology's plans for Zuda creators, new content, reader recruitment in the age of digital comics and more.
As the teen heroine of Gotham City kicks her way into the second year of her ongoing series, the artist behind "Batman: Streets of Gotham" signs on to draw her adventures for writer Bryan Q. Miller starting in November.
"Ultimate Avengers 3" brings the latest twist on the Ultimates this week and Mark Millar told us why Steve Dillon is perfect for superhero vampire action and why the new Ultimate Daredevil rocks yellow. Plus exclusive art!
Peter Milligan looks back at his work with the Dark Knight, from his original demonic Riddler story to his recent KGB crime epic and talks about Batman stories you will and won't see from him in the future.
The son of legendary horror filmmaker John Landis has sold his screenplay about superpowered teens in Portland along with the comics-heavy team at Circle of Confusion with eyes on a hand-held shoot.
Though it will be his third comics-to-film adaptation, comics creator Mark Millar didn't try hard to land his supervillain serial "Nemesis" with major director Tony Scott - it just kind of happened that way.
With DC Comics' namesake title's relaunch, "Losers" artist Jock joins up and comer Scott Snyder for the mysterious "Black Mirror" arc and both tell CBR why a down and dirty yet high tech Dark Knight is around the corner.
The man who's headed up the development of film and television adaptations for the DC Comics Universe since 2003 is moving on, and the company tells CBR first about the amicable parting of ways.
Cartoon Network unveiled two projects from the minds of top comics talent as Paul Dini's live action "Tower Prep" and Phil Hester & Andy Kuhn's "Firebreather" animated movie both gave CCI attendees early teases.
Creator Mike Mignola confirms his return to interior art on Hellboy, discusses what mythic influences are shaping the future of the long-running serial and shares an exclusive look at upcoming cover art.
The creative team for the incoming animated adaptation of Brian Michael Bendis and Mark Bagley's marquee Marvel Comics solidifies with another comics and cartoon veteran who's ready to rewrite the rulebook.
The screenwriter who became Richard Donner's closest collaborator on the first two "Superman" films as well as a driving force behind the '70s Jame Bond franchise passed away at the age of 68.