The Biggest Superhero Films That Didn't Happen, Part 2
Comic Books, Film
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FIRST COMIC: "Wonder Woman" #78
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"The Walking Dead" executive producer Gale Anne Hurd spoke with CBR News about the show's season two and her new comic "Dead Man's Run" out from Aspen Comics and written by Greg Pak.
At the DC Comics All Access: The Edge/The Dark panel at New York Comic Con the creative teams behind DC Dark and Edge took the stage to talk about upcoming issues.
At the DC All Access Superman panel at New York Comic Con, DC Editor In Chief Bob Harras joined the writers and artist behind the Superman books, announcing "Superman: Earth One" and more.
At DC Comics' Justice League panel, Geoff Johns, Brian Azzarello and other creators divulged plans and displayed art, discussing the return of Captain Marvel to controversial character portrayals and more.
Writer/artists Keith Giffen and Dan Jurgens give CBR News the exclusive scoop on their plans for "Superman," which they take over from George Perez with issue #7 next March.
At the DC Comics All Access: Green Lantern panel at New York Comic Con, DC Entertainment CCO and writer Geoff Johns joined writers Peter Tomasi and Tony Bedard to discuss DC's Green Lantern books.
At the DC All Access: Batman panel at New York Comic Con, writers Scott Snyder, Peter J. Tomasi and artists Tony Daniel and Greg Capullo gave fans a sneak peek at upcoming Bat book story lines.
Josie Campbell reviews the first two episodes of the second season of "The Walking Dead," saying they maintain the tone and suspense of last year's series one, for good and bad.
Writer Ann Nocenti spoke with CBR News exclusively about her return to comics and her plans to take over as ongoing writer on DC Comics' newly-relaunched "Green Arrow."
"Supergirl" co-writers Michael Green and Mike Johnson spoke with CBR about the series' first issue, plans for the first story arc and the fundamental differences and similarities between Kryptonians and Humans.
Writer Scott Snyder spoke with THE BAT SIGNAL about the villains and twists as well as the role of Gotham at the center of his first "Batman" story arc with artist Greg Capullo.
DC Comics claims its relaunched number one issues are new reader-friendly, so CBR News asked non-comic book readers to weigh in on the final batch of New 52 comics, from "I, Vampire" to "The Flash" and more.
"Blue Beetle" writer Tony Bedard spoke with CBR about the number one issue, his personal feelings about writing the Latino character and plans for the ongoing series.
DC Comics CCO and writer Geoff Johns spoke with CBR about his take on "Aquaman" and the mysteries of Atlantis, explaining exactly why people should care about the aquatic Golden Age character.
DC Comics claims its relaunched number one issues are new reader-friendly, so CBR News asked non-comic book readers to weigh in on this week's batch of New 52 comics, from "Batman" to "Catwoman" and more.
Co-writers Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray spoke with CBR News about the transition from "Jonah Hex" to "All-Star Western" and their plans to expand the history of Gotham City.
"Legion Lost" writer Fabian Nicieza gives CBR News the skinny on his latest project. FunGoPlay is not another comic, but an online virtual sports park targeted at kids six to eleven.
Writer/artist Tony S. Daniel joined CBR News for an extensive analysis of the new "Detective Comics" #1, a gruesome beginning for Batman in DC Comics' New 52.
CBR's ONE TO WATCH launches this week, shining the spotlight on comic book writer Chris Roberson as we discuss the "Superman: Grounded" controversy, his humble beginnings and the current state of his career.
Legendary comic book writer Marv Wolfman gives CBR News the scoop on his new DC Comics graphic novel, "The New Teen Titans: Games," after nearly thirty years of anticipation.