Chris Pine Reportedly Closes "Wonder Woman" Deal
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With the Ryan Reynolds film well underway, Warner Brothers and Cartoon Network are planning on a full scale Hal Jordan blitz with a new animated series set to follow the big screen movie's lead.
A Warner Brothers executive is talking up Barry Allen as the next big DC film, but will he beat Aquaman to the screen and will Geoff Johns be at the starting line when it comes time to script?
As the superhero satire enters its next major story phase, creator and writer of "The Boys" Garth Ennis explains why all of his characters are being brought low including the miniseries bound Wee Hughie.
With the comic version of Stephanie Meyers' vampire saga a sales hit, we spoke with Yen's Kurt Hassler about the state of manga, challenges of pleasing Twihards and the book's lettering debate.
The writer behind animated hits "Gargoyles" and "Spectacular Spider-Man," Greg Weisman teams up with his former TV partners for an all-ages blast of high school superhero action from Ape Entertainment's KiZoic label.
With a brand-new tale starring Denny Colt and drawn by Kyle Baker to his credit, the legendary Harlan Ellison remembers his connection to The Spirit, his friendship with Will Eisner and the Spirit movie that never was.
Mike Mignola spoke to CBR about why and how the Victorian occult detective must fit into Hellboy's world in the past and future and shared exclusive sketch material from artist Ben Stenbeck.
The artist behind the all-caveman Batman adventure that kicks off "The Return of Bruce Wayne" opens up about his early Batman gigs, his personal criticisms of his own work and returning at last to "Tom Strong."
After nearly six years, DC Comics efforts in manga publishign will close in July as CMX is the latest victim of the shrinking manga market, and CBR has official word from co-publishers Dan Didio and Jim Lee.
The fate of Daredevil's greatest foe comes to light in the August-shipping "Shadowland: Bullseye" one-shot, but the exact role of the former Dark Avenger remains obscured under a veil of secrecy and punching.
The star of Broadway's current hit Green Day musical "American Idiot" and the "Arrested Development" funnyman enlist as Union army officers out for modern justice in June's "Jonah Hex" movie.
Jeph Loeb and Greg Pak are back in THE GREEN ZONE to tell the story behind the story of the Red Hulk, including how they pulled off the super secret mission of keeping the character's identity safe this long.
The creators behind "The Crooked Man" & "Hellboy in Mexico" announce the horror-themed one-shot "Hellboy: Double Feature of Evil" featuring two tales from the paranormal detective's past.
As Quentin Turnbull, the Southern rebel villain of "Jonah Hex," the acclaimed actor discusses his origins with the picture, his collaboration on set and the driving factors of his comic book villainy.
The entertainment giant files suit against Mark Toberoff, the lawyer who's been representing the heirs of Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, in a bid to keep the rights to Superman
DC's Teen of Steel is headed back to having his own ongoing series with the award-winning creator of "Essex County" along with artist Pier Gallo kicking things off in August's issue of "Action Comics."
The star of the outlandish adaptation of DC Comics' scarred-up bounty hunter spoke with CBR about earning his spurs in "Jonah Hex," how they'll update the Western and what friends he brought along for the ride.
Axel Braun, director of the send up of the '60s Batman TV show "Batman XXX: A Porn Parody" talked to CBR about how he plans on respecting comic fans with his film and why he's not worried about being sued by Warner Bros.
Director Jimmy Hayward and star Josh Brolin took CBR inside the set of their upcoming weird Western adaptation of the classic DC Comics anti-hero, explaining how they plan to upend the traditional Western genre.
With digital comics representing a rapidly growing part of the marketplace, Graphic.ly CEO Micah Baldwin calls for the ability for fans to share their purchases across platforms and a "Reader's Bill of Rights.