8 Marvel Movie Fights That Kicked All the Ass
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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Evan Katz & Manny Coto, who co-created the in-development X-Men spinoff series "Hellfire," have left the project to work on Fox's new "24" series.
Readers will get the first taste of "Civil War II" with a Free Comic Book Day by Brian Michael Bendis & Jim Cheung, plus meet an All-New Wasp.
Superstar artist John Romita Jr. has drawn 26 variant covers for DC Comics, and CBR has the exclusive first look at five of them.
Writer Aubrey Sitterson provides CBR with a tale of the tape for the initial bouts of IDW's upcoming "Street Fighter X G.I. Joe" miniseries.
Netflix viewing statistics are hard to come by, but according to an NBC executive, "Jessica Jones" averaged 4.8 million viewers on the service.
Image Comics graphic novel "Sexcastle" is in development as a feature, with "Workaholics" vets Kyle Newacheck and Blake Anderson both attached.
Oliver Queen is running for mayor of Star City on "Arrow," and Marc Guggenheim has shared a campaign poster featuring series star Oliver Amell.
The Atom is one of the main "Legends of Tomorrow" stars, and Brandon Routh's lovable billionaire inventor is at the center of this new video.
The "Aquaman" could have its Mera: A new report says Amber Heard is in negotiations to join the DC-based film opposite Jason Momoa's Aquaman.
Someone at Marvel is "Dead No More" according to a new teaser released by the publisher, so get ready to start speculating.
Those going through "Arrow" withdrawal can take solace in these new photos from next week's episode, the first new installment of 2016.
Reports of "Pacific Rim 2's" demise are greatly exaggerated, according to no less of a source than director Guillermo del Toro himself.
"The Walking Dead" returns with new episodes on Feb. 14, but from the look on Rick Grimes' face, it won't be a Happy Valentine's Day.
CBS' "Supergirl" series will present a new take on "For the Man Who Has Everything," the classic 1985 Superman story by the "Watchmen" team.
Laura Vandervoort, who played Supergirl on "Smallville," will play Indigo on the CBS series, and Jeff Branson has been cast as Master Jailer.
The time-traveling "Legends of Tomorrow" get into trouble at a '70s dive, but the barflies are no match for White Canary, Captain Cold and Heat Wave.
The second season of Los Angeles-set "Walking Dead" spinoff "Fear The Walking Dead" will start April 10 on AMC.
Marvel Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso informed CBR that the "Karnak" creative team is working to get the next issue out "as quickly as possible."
Comics legend Neal Adams illustrates the main players of Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Deodato's "Invincible Iron Man" #6 in a new variant cover.