X-Men-Based "Legion" Ordered to Series on FX
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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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"Jessica Jones" may be Marvel's darkest live-action adaptation yet, but Jeph Loeb tells CBR that at its core, it's a classic Marvel story.
Filmmaker Dana Nachman discusses her documentary about Miles Scott's dream of becoming Batman and the people who made it a reality.
Jeff Lemire and Lewis LaRosa's next "Bloodshot Reborn" story arc also features the return of Valiant's "Valiant Prestige" format.
In a newly released 15-second clip from "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," Rey, Finn and BB-8 look to flee an attack on Jakku.
Following the model of the "Transformers" writers room, the screenwriter will supervise similar creative sessions for "G.I. Joe" and "Micronauts."
A new version of '60s sci-fi series "Lost in Space" looks to be headed to television, with a remake in the works at Netflix.
Head of Marvel TV Jeph Loeb dismissed rumors that an "Iron Fist" Netflix series may no longer be happening, and told CBR news is on the way.
It's one full minute of The Flash, Green Arrow and the future Legends of Tomorrow in a new, extended trailer for the upcoming two-part crossover.
Mondo closes out 2015 with a Marvel-inspired show featuring Becky Cloonan, Mike Mitchell, Matthew Woodson and more, and we've got a first look.
Superman advises compassion and understanding towards refugees in a 1960 public service announcement comic by Jack Schiff and Curt Swan.
Dave Crosland, whose credits include "Yo Gabba Gabba: Comic Book Time!" and "Amazing Joy Buzzards," has joined Oni's "Invader Zim" series.
Melissa Rosenberg talks how "Defenders" influenced the "Jessica Jones" plotting, and what she's thinking for a potential second season.
It looks like the holidays won't be a happy time for Team Arrow, as Damien Darhk attacks Oliver's holiday party on the Dec. 9 episode of "Arrow."
Han Solo asks Finn, "Sure you're up for this?" in the latest, new footage-filled TV spot from next month's "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."
The "Thor" star may be coming on board a potential film franchise based on Allan Quatermain, the star of the novel "King Solomon’s Mines."
With Mark Millar & Rafael Albuquerque's "Huck" #1 in stores today, here's a look inside issue #2, plus character sketches from the new series.
Comics artist Phil Noto has illustrated his own "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" poster, an illustration he says was done just "for fun."
Gawker's io9, a popular blog that covers science fiction, fantasy and comic books, will be folded into Gizmodo as part of a larger restructuring.
"Hawaiian Dick" is in the works at NBC with Johnny Knoxville, who has long been attached to a live-action adaptation of the Image Comics series.
In an interview, Frank Miller stated his plans to create another sequel to "The Dark Knight Returns," following the soon-to-debut "Dark Knight III."