Stephen Amell Joins "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2"
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Though not available for purchase until next week, some copies of the highly anticipated DC Comics series have worked their way out of retailers hands and onto the internet, as Geoff Johns responds to early spoilers.
DC's Mature Reader imprint wraps the year with a pair of cover reveals for two of their 2010 offerings including the new series co-written by Stephen King and the OGN inspired by singer Neil Young
The Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson superhero satire series moves into its next phase as genuine heroes hit the world of the supers and Wee Hughie's romance with Starlight moves into a new and potentially dangerous phase.
The classic 1978 Denny O'Neil/Neal Adams comic that sees the Man of Steel team up with the Greatest emerges from rights limbo for two new editions in 2010 including a treasury-sized hardcover
The incoming artist for "Incredible Hulk" describes the free wheeling feel of his latest gig, explains how he landed on "Hulk" after his "War of Kings" assignment and gives us an exclusive look at "Fall of the Hulks" art.
With plans for "Shrek" and "Penguins of Madagascar" comic series as well as the teen superhero "Mecha-Nation," indie publisher Ape Entertainment sets its sights on kids publishing in 2010 with their new KiZoic imprint.
Dynamite's superhero epic races into its second storyline with a battle against the mighty Zeus in the offing and incentives for fans looking to jump on board with a $10 trade and more. We spoke with Krueger & Hester.
Dan Didio spoke with CBR about the many changes in store for DC Comics' back-up stories, from which serials will end (with a drop to $2.99 pricing), to which books will pick up new stories, to how they will be collected and more.
Smilin' Stan Lee finally takes on the role of one of Marvel's characters as part of his tongue-in-cheek performance on the animated "Super Hero Squad Show," plus a few teases about his potential part in Kenneth Branagh's "Thor."
Acclaimed comic artist John Cassaday steps behind the camera of his "Astonishing X-Men" collaborator Joss Whedon's sci-fi drama and creates a series turning point through a multi-genre action tale on "Dollhouse."
12-year-old Chloe Moretz prepares for her cussing, slashing big screen turn as the irrepressible super heroine from Mark Millar and John Romita Jr.'s hit comic series in the all-new "Kick-Ass" poster, released today.
The highly anticipated sequel uses its Whiplash viral campaign to launch the movie's first official web tie-in and unveil the trailer for the May debut starring Robert Downey, Jr. and Don Cheadle! UPDATED with image gallery.
Nearly ten months after a leaked copy of the Hugh Jackman superhero movie was downloaded by over 4 million people, the FBI have taken a New York man into custody for distributing the rough cut
The nephew of Walt Disney and a powerful force in the Disney company lost a battle to cancer, perhaps ending the family-controlled aspect of one of the world's most powerful entertainment companies.
Jeph Loeb, Greg Pak and Jeff Parker, The writing round table behind "Fall of the Hulks," step back into THE GREEN ZONE for an in-depth overview of Doc Samson and the role the gamma-powered psychiatrist plays in Marvel's upcoming event.
An early marketing scheme has fans wondering whether or not an alternate reality game will soon be accompanying the sequel's upcoming trailer and what exactly is Tony Stark's Secret Confession.
Lion's Gate has released the first full image of celebrated comic fan actor Nicolas Cage as the costumed father figure Big Daddy in Mark Millar and Matthew Vaughn's upcoming "Kick-Ass" feature film.
SLG Publishing's Dan Vado spoke with CBR in depth about his new convention-redefining event, explaining how to promote community involvement in comics, why free is best and more.
The writers behind "Fall of the Hulks" return to explain the tumultuous events in the Marvel Universe that make this story essential for 2010 and delve into the expansive Hulk cast, from the Red Hulk to the role of Rick Jones.
DC Comics Executive Editor spoke with CBR News about the generational saga hitting the DC Universe in 2010 that will kick off with Len Wein and the Kuberts on the Crimson Avenger before picking up new artists for each new era.