The Biggest Superhero Films That Didn't Happen, Part 2
Comic Books, Film
Hello! I'm Albert Ching, managing editor at CBR. I've been writing about comic books professionally in one form or another since 2006 and thoroughly unprofessionally for about a decade before that. In my journalism career, I've also written about music, TV, movies, visual art, opera, modern dance, pro wrestling and frisbee. I'm a semi-frequent contributor to The Atlantic, and once appeared on a Canadian radio show as a "Dancing with the Stars" expert. One time I interviewed Newt Gingrich at a Barnes and Noble.
I'm originally from Tempe, Arizona, but was lured out to Southern California after repeated viewings of "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure." By the time I figured out that most of what passed for San Dimas was actually filmed a few miles away from my parents' home in AZ, it was already too late.
FIRST COMIC: The first series I actively pursued every issue of was Archie's "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" book, which was considerably more bonkers than the cartoon in all the right ways (Cudley the Cowlick?).
FAVORITE CHARACTER: Spider-Man
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Executive Producer Phil Klemmer discusses how Vandal Savage drives the show's structure, and the underdog heroes of the "Arrow"-verse spinoff.
As further evidence of the lengths Disney will go to avoid "Star Wars" spoilers surfacing, the film will skip the first round of year-end award shows.
A pooch named Oliver goes from the doghouse to the big house in BOOM! Studios' "Kennel Block Blues," and CBR has the exclusive first details.
20th Century Fox has picked up the rights to Kazu Kibuishi's graphic novel series "Amulet," with hopes of turning it into a film franchise.
CBR has the exclusive first look at IDW Publishing's Valentine's Day variants for "Ghostbusters International" #2 and "Wynonna Earp" #1.
Simon Pegg thinks the "Star Wars" prequels were a "monumental misunderstanding," but he's full of enthusiasm for "The Force Awakens."
Eka Darville, Erin Moriarty and Wil Traval spoke with CBR about the upcoming Marvel/Netflix series and taking on its dark source material head on.
Oni Press has reorganized its entertainment division, creating a new in-house company called Oni Entertainment to develop Hollywood projects.
With "Wynonna Earp" headed to television next spring on Syfy, IDW brings the character back to comics with a new series starting in February.
IDW Publishing's "Wynonna Earp" is headed to Syfy as a live-action TV series, and the first two promotional images have been released online.
DC Entertainment has released a statement on the death of George Barris, the designer of the Batmobile from the '60s "Batman" TV series.
The "Riverdale" TV series, from Greg Berlanti and Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, will bring significant changes to the classic Archie Comics characters.
Matt Ryan's high-profile return to the role of John Constantine contained a surprise about how the character fits into the "Arrow"-verse. SPOILERS!
The artist of the acclaimed graphic novel "Shoplifter" comes to Marvel Comics for a new series of 20 variant covers -- check out 12 right here.
Fans may not be happy paying $5.99 a month for the new "Star Trek" series, but CBS CEO Leslie Moonves believes "the risk is small."
WBTV has locked down Andrew Kreisberg, who's already an executive producer on four of the studio's DC Comics-based television series.
Warner Bros.' "Wonder Woman" film could be adding an Oscar winner, as Nicole Kidman is in negotiations to join the film, according to a new report.
Michael Stuhlbarg, best known for his role on HBO's "Boardwalk Empire," is "in negotiations" to join Marvel Studios' "Doctor Strange."
The first trailer for "Preacher," starring Dominic Cooper as Jesse Custer, debuted during Sunday night's 90-minute episode of "The Walking Dead."
CBR TV assistant Andhrea Gapunay takes a GoPro-assisted, surprisingly profane and zombie-filled pedicab tour of downtown San Diego.