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The fan favorite director and occasional comics writer opens up to CBR about how his lost movie screenplay came back as a Dynamite Entertainment comic, how Green Hornet is like Boba Fett and the finer points of a female Kato.
UPDATED: Only days after Raimi and Maguire walked from the biggest superhero movie franchise of the decade, "(500) Days of Summer" director Marc Webb has signed a deal for his own Spider-Man film with Sony Pictures
A new teaser for the Justice Society-centric episode of the fan favorite drama reveals more teases of the teams legacy including a peek at Hawkgirl, the Golden Age Green Lantern and the entire JSA in portrait form.
Though the publisher's "trade 50 DC Comics covers for a Deadpool variant" gimmick has gotten creators, editors and retailers talking, the question remains whether the promotion has much of an effect beyond making noise
The female members of the Avengers get a high school makeover courtesy of Grace Randolph and Craig Rosseau with teenage Janet Van Dyne and Jenny Walters teaming to face adolescent drama and superhero action.
The director of the upcoming "Green Lantern" film confirms that the actor behind "Sherlock Holmes" Lord Blackwell is in talks to play the mustachioed ring-slinger as well as the appearance several classic GLs in the movie
With only two episodes of the Fox science fiction show left to air, the series creator gave CBR a brief post-mortem on what went right and wrong and addresses the idea of "Dollhouse" comics
The editor behind "Amazing Spider-Man," Steve Wacker shared the secrets teased at in Pasqual Ferry's puzzling image, from the secret schemes of Spider-hunting villains to a wedding-ready MJ and what exactly is up with that baby...
With Twilight's identity out of the bag and into the hands of fans, the creator of Buffy and Angel revealed to CBR what it all means for the impending season finale before teasing at what's in store for "Buffy Season 9."
The full lineup for the new Ultimate Comics series by Jeph Loeb and Art Adams is revealed, featuring a look at some characters who may be familiar mutants or even new faces, as well as one Hulking hero
The actor has been cast as Hector Hammond, the very first villain in Warner Brothers and Martin Campbell's big screen adaptation of the DC Comics superhero...but can Sinestro be far behind?
The creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer weighs in on the unscheduled revelation that shocked fans, hints at what's in store for issue #31 and sets the record straight on his series' connection to IDW's "Angel."
After yesterday's game-changing shift saw Sam Raimi and Tobey Maguire leave the fabled superhero franchise, CBR divined the definite facts and possible futures surrounding how teen Spider-Man will swing into his next film.
UPDATE: Sony releases official word Reports are in that director Sam Raimi and star Tobey Maguire have parted with the multi-million dollar movie franchise in order for Sony to move forward with a reboot set to hit in summer 2012
"Angel" writer Bill Willingham responds to last week's big Twilight-related news insofar as it relates to his current work on the vampire hero's ongoing IDW series, as does "Buffy" editor Scott Allie.
The mask has been pulled off the Big Bad of "Buffy Season 8," but as editor Scott Allie explained exclusively to CBR, there's much, much more to Angel's story than a black mask and a sinister plan.
The adaptation of Mark Millar and John Romita Jr.'s violent superhero satire finds its premier date as part of the iconic Austin, Texas media festival South By Southwest
Though the early promotion of Mark Millar and Steve McNiven's new series made mention of an iconic hero, the best-selling writer explained to CBR News that no legal action is affecting the March release of Icon's "Nemesis."
The superstar artist behind hits from "Ultimatum" to "Moon Knight" moves to the DCU on a full time basis and spoke exclusively with CBR about his love for the Justice League, Geoff Johns' writing and more!
2009 may be over, but plenty of great comics from the past 12 months deserve one last victory lap, from the best of the superhero and genre serials to the art comics world's great graphic novels to the finest webcomics and more.