The Biggest Superhero Films That Didn't Happen, Part 2
Comic Books, Film
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One-man writer/ illustrator /colorist Raffaele Ienco invades stores in September with "Devoid a Life," a new 132-page Image Comics graphic novel about an alien race that kills anyone who becomes aware of their existence.
Blake Bell brought Steve Ditko (figuratively, anyway) to Comic-Con in a discussion spotlighting his new book, "Strange and Stranger: The World of Steve Ditko," with guest panelists Jim Starlin, Gary Groth and more.
At Comic-Con International, the artist/writer spoke to fans about his entire career, from "Justice League" to"Ambush Bug" to "LoSH" to to writing for - hey, writing for CBR! (And Trencher and the Heckler, too.)
Two kindred spirits -- Eisner-winning rock star Gerard Way and comics rocker Grant Morrison -- shared a panel at Comic-Con International and made plans to create a new universe in one coffee-fueled week.
Tori Amos speaks to Comic-Con International attendees about the cyclical nature of art, and how "Comic Book Tattoo" has inspired her to write new music, embrace freedom and quit Sony.
"Doctor Who" executive producer Julie Gardner gets writer Steven Moffat to talk about writing "Doctor Who," how Americans hate foreigners and if it's possible to scare himself with a "Doctor Who" script.
It was a "Hack/Slash" bonanza at the Devil's Due panel, with the series creator and the movie's director and screenwriter all present to talk about everyone's favorite survivor, Cassie, and her quest to kill, well, killers.
Ed Brubaker talks about his new on-line project , "Angel of Death,"for Sony starring panel-mate and pro-stuntwoman Zoe Bell, shows off his new Inkpot Award and calls Doctor Doom a mama's boy.
The Emmy-winning comic book cartoon veteran talks to CBR about his role in "Batman: Gotham Knight," why he chose Deadshot as a villain, and why he thinks his old "Super Friends" cartoons are "unwatchable."
The Oscar-nominated writer of "A History of Violence," fanboy Josh Olson talks to CBR News about his contribution to "Batman: Gotham Knight" as well as his next project, a sequel to "The Wizard of Oz."
Animated Batman guru Bruce Timm, executive producer of "Batman: Gotham Knight," tells CBR why Batman is perfect for anime, the violent Wonder Woman DVD and how he'd pitch the Question for a DCU DVD.
CBR News talks to composer Christopher Drake, who scored two of the six chapters of the "Batman: Gotham Knight" DVD feature. A longtime Batman fan, the project was a dream come true for Drake.
CBR sat down with writer Greg Rucka to learn how he brought his beloved "Gotham Central" characters to life for the "Batman: Gotham Knight" animated DVD that hits stores this week.
There was a lot of mooing at the Top Cow panel: "Dragon Prince," a half-boy, half- dragon from Ron Marz, the wild success of "Wanted," a Marc Silvestri art book and Witchblade on your phone!
The animated film bridging the gap between "Batman Begins" and "The Dark Knight" was unveiled for the first time ever to a crowd of eager fans in Chicago, and CBR was there for every bat-minute!
Robert Rodriguez and Rose McGowan are set take on the She-Devil with a sword, Phil Hester is ready to write "Masquerade" and Dynamite announced plans to reprint every issue of "2000 AD"
Michael Turner's friends and contemporaries celebrated the late artist's life today by sitting behind the Aspen Comics booth at WizardWorld, drawing sketches of Turner's characters for fans.
A near fight, "Anna Mercury" series 2, 300 cans of Red Bull, some career advice and Godzilla porn highlight Warren Ellis' entertaining - and sometimes disturbing - 3-hour talk at WizardWorld Chicago.
The proprietors of House of Secrets, a comics store in the heart of LA's comics and animation community, have put together "Five Color Comics," a jam of 50 talents including Steve Rude, Bruce Timm, Bill Sienkiewicz and more.
A new "Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash" series was announced at the Wildstorm panel in Chicago today, as well as updates on "Armageddon," "World of Warcraft" and "Wetworks."