The Biggest Superhero Films That Didn't Happen, Part 2
Comic Books, Film
Showing results 41-60 of 96
As "Amala's Blade" #1 and "The Massive" #11 hit stores, writers Steve Horton and Brian Wood discuss their respective projects, balancing family with work and the difficulty of getting inside a barbarian's head.
As Dark Horse expands its superhero line, writer Duane Swierczynski updates '90s vigilante X and spoke to CBR about the new miniseries, corruption and the hint of crossovers to come.
Faith Erin Hicks takes readers to a post-pandemic wasteland as seen through the eyes of a 15-year-old girl in "The Last of Us: American Dreams," a four-issue prequel to the upcoming Naughty Dog Games release.
CBR News spoke with writer Justin Aclin about his upcoming Dark Horse miniseries "Akaneiro," based on the popular RPG, Japanese demons and his forays into the "Star Wars" canon.
Comic Book Resources spoke with Jai Nitz about his upcoming "Dream Thief" from Dark Horse Comics, upending expectations, getting help from your friends and writing for yourself.
Dark Horse's "Star Wars" franchise writers Brian Wood, Corinna Bechko, Gabriel Hardman and Randy Stradley were joined at ECCC 2013 by Dark Horse PR Director Jeremy Atkins to discuss the future of "Star Wars" comics.
Mark Waid, Matt Fraction, Sam Humphries, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Joe Keatinge and Gerry Dugan were joined by Marvel editor Sana Amanat to discuss "Avengers: The Enemy Within," "Age of Ultron," "Daredevil" and more.
Oni Press brought several creators to the Emerald City Comicon to discuss upcoming developments with "The Sixth Gun" and "Helheim," and to announce a new sci-fi series, "Letter 44."
"Hellboy" creator Mike Mignola was joined on stage at Emerald City Comicon by Dark Horse Comics editor Scott Allie, "B.P.R.D." artist Tyler Crook and series colorist Dave Stewart to discuss the past and future of Hellboy's world.
Dark Horse PR Director Jeremy Atkins spoke with creators Kelly Sue DeConnick, Michael Avon Oeming, Francesco Francavilla, Joshua Williamson and Frank Barbiere about the publisher's superhero initiative.
CBR News spoke with writer/artist Dean Motter about the return of his groundbreaking creation in "Mister X: Eviction," the evolution of the dystopian narrative and the psychology of architecture.
Scott Allie discusses the continuing "Welcome to the Team" arc of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 9," touching on themes of grief and desperation in a Zompire's world, bucking fate and the build to the Season finale.
CBR spoke with writer Tim Siedell about his Dark Horse Comics miniseries "Star Wars: Darth Vader and the Ninth Assassin" and what it's like sympathizing with a Sith Lord, the relativity of evil and Twitter.
Artist Laurence Campbell told CBR about drawing the "Wasteland" arc of "B.P.R.D.," bringing the team to life, cinematic influences and the thrill of conjuring his own Ogdru Hem.
CBR News spoke with "Angel & Faith" writer Christos Gage, looking back on "Angel & Faith" as a whole, and catching some glimpses of what's still to come as the series enters its final arc.
Announced in 2009, Gerard Way, Shaun Simon & Becky Cloonan's sci-fi epic, "True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys," arrives in June and CBR spoke with the team about how the story changed, plus exclusive art.
CBR spoke with writer Scott Allie about Dark Horse's upcoming "Abe Sapien: Dark and Terrible" miniseries, created with Mike Mignola and Sebastian Fiumara, the awakening of Sapien and the impending end of the world.
CBR News spoke with "Sledgehammer 44" co-writer John Arcudi about the return of the Vril Energy Suit, the shaky line between magic & science and how the World War II story ties into Mike Mignola's "B.P.R.D." universe.
CBR News spoke with Slipknot and Stone Sour lead singer Corey Taylor and artist Richard P. Clark about "House of Gold and Bones," a Dark Horse miniseries and multi-media project bridging music and storytelling.
CBR News spoke recently with Rob Reger, creator of the iconic "Emily the Strange" about his upcoming miniseries with Dark Horse Comics and the connections between art and music.