The Biggest Superhero Films That Didn't Happen, Part 2
Comic Books, Film
I've been reading comics on a regular basis since "The Death of Superman" storyline captured my imagination in 1992 at the age of 9. My parents fully supported my oncoming comic book addiction by driving me to the comic shop every week on Wednesdays, schedules permitting. At around that same time, I realized I wanted to be involved in the comics world in one way or another.
I went to college at Ohio Wesleyan University where I met my future wife, got a degree in creative writing and literature and also scored an internship at Wizard. After graduating the next year, I stayed around my hometown of Toledo, Ohio until a spot opened up at Wizard. I interviewed for the job in the research department and wound up getting it. I was at Wizard for about four years where I learned a lot about the magazine business and eventually worked my way up to Associate Editor of ToyFare. Moving to New York has lead to me living in a bunch of towns no one's ever heard of like Nyack, Stony Point and New Windsor.
Since 2009 I've been freelancing full time which has been both nerve wracking and a lot of fun. I've written for Maxim.com, UGO.com, Marvel.com and a number of others, with CBR being the most recent. My main gig is covering the wild and diverse world of comics coming out from Image along with a few other topics here and there.
FIRST COMIC: A stack from a neighbor that included the first four issues of "Captain Carrot & The Zoo Crew," "Fantastic Four" #335 and "New Teen Titans" #19 among others.
FAVORITE CHARACTER: Superman, Creeper, Batman, Captain America, pretty much anyone who's interesting.
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The star of the "Incredible Hulk" television series says another solo outing for the Green Goliath is, indeed, in the works.
Stressing that his involvement in the Wolverine sequel isn’t guaranteed, Hugh Jackman teases a possible "Old Man Logan" adaptation.
Writer/producer Simon Kinberg reveals that Fox is looking to further expand its Marvel franchises, with television being the likely platform.
"Tiny Kitten Teeth" co-creator Frank Gibson moves to monthly comics as TV's "The Amazing World of Gumball" comes to BOOM! Studios.
Matt Gagnon and Filip Sablik return to discuss Paul Levitz's BOOM! Studios' role, the Cartoon Network first look deal, "Day Men" delays and more.
"The Sixth Gun" & "Magneto" writer Cullen Bunn tells CBR News about bringing his next creator-owned comic "The Empty Man" to BOOM! Studios.
Writer Chris Miskiewicz brings a different kind of magician to New York City in his creator-owned "Thomas Alsop."
Hot Toys reveals more "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" figures as Funko unleashes movie-inspired "Guardians of the Galaxy" vinyls.
Frank J. Barbiere discusses his creator-owned, superhero body part-dealing "Black Market" and the book's sibling dynamic.
Hot Toys unveils Winter Soldier, Batman and Robin 1/6 scale figures while "Game of Thrones" gets bust-y at Dark Horse Deluxe.
"Captain America: The Winter Soldier" debuts new posters featuring Emily Van Camp’s Agent 13 and a retro look; ABC shows off Deathlok in "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."
"Guardians of the Galaxy" MiniMates, DC Collectibles' latest and Captain America large scale figures from NECA and Sideshow debut!
Bryan Singer says he tried to squeeze Gambit and Nightcrawler into "X-Men: Days of Future Past," might find a place for them in "Apocalypse."
A CG-animated take on Charles Schulz's legendary comic strip is set for Nov. 6, 2015, and here's the first teaser trailer and promotional images.
Hot Toys shows off their new Black Widow sculpt while Kotobukiya goes behind the scenes with their new Wonder Woman statue.
Addressing how magic works in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel's Kevin Feige says Doctor Strange "needs to be a Ditko/Kubrick/Miyazaki/'The Matrix' mind-trip."
Actors Sam Riley, Eddie Redmayne, Toby Kebbell and Domhnall Gleeson are said to be contenders for the role of the "Fantastic Four" villain.
Miles Teller explains that Josh Trank’s "Fantastic Four" will be very grounded and showcase “very human people.”
Director Noam Murro's "300: Rise of an Empire" brought in $45M, launching the sequel to Zack Snyder's Frank Miller adaptation to the top of the box office.
A variety of DC collectibles, Marvel Minis and even some Muppets earned the collectibles spotlight this week!