Greg Hatcher

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Articles By Greg Hatcher

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Is the Batcave Becoming Too Crowded?

Mon, June 22nd, 2015 | Category: Comic Books

CSBG takes a look at how Batman has become a franchise, and asks if the law of diminishing returns is starting to apply.

Mister Spock is Not Dead

Wed, March 4th, 2015 | Category: Comic Books

"Star Trek" fan Greg Hatcher reacts to the sad passing of Leonard Nimoy, including the odd phenomenon where people also treat it as Spock's death.

The Connection Between Comic Book Fanaticism & "Charlie Hebdo"

Sat, January 17th, 2015 | Category: Comic Books

CSBG's Greg Hatcher explains why the "Charlie Hebdo" attack was horrific but unsurprising, and why extreme reactions can no longer be tolerated.

CSBG's Cosmic Trivia Contest!

Fri, May 16th, 2014 | Category: Comic Books

CSBG's Greg Hatcher has compiled a trivia contest based on cosmic questions - see how well you can do!

The Mysterious Case of Fan Rampage, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle & Alan Moore

Mon, January 20th, 2014 | Category: Comic Books

Greg Hatcher examines how Alan Moore's recent "final" interview was just the latest twist in the strange relationship his "fans" have with the writer.

CSBG: Talking Bill Mantlo Benefit Book with Yurkovich

Fri, October 27th, 2006 | Category: Comic Books

Over at the Comics Should Be Good blog, Greg Hatcher sits down with indy comics creator David Yurkovich ("Less Than Heroes") about the benefit book he's working on celebrating the great Marvel artist Bill Mantlo.

CCI, Day 2 - Working With Will Eisner

Sat, July 16th, 2005 | Category: Comic Books

A group of some of comics' most widely-respected Golden and Silver Age artists reminisced about what it was like to work in the Eisner studios, as part of Friday's panel programming at Comic-Con International in San Diego.

CCI, Day 1 - McFarlane Productions Previews New Animated Spawn Feature

Fri, July 15th, 2005 | Category: TV, Film

Terry Fitzgerald treated an enthusiastic crowd at CCI Thursday to an exclusive preview of the new "Spawn" animated feature. While still in the pre-production stages, there was still plenty to talk about and look at.

CCI, Day 3: Gaiman & McKean Preview "Mirrormask"

Sat, July 24th, 2004 | Category: TV, Film

Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean made a special visit to Comic-Con International in San Diego to preview clips of their newest collaboration, "Mirrormask," a film for Jim Henson studios.

CCI, Day 3: Devils Due Previews Original Sueprhero Line

Sat, July 24th, 2004 | Category: Comic Books

Josh Blaylock lays out plans for a new line of super-hero comics, rolling out in October with Ron Marz, Joe Casey and Chuck Dixon amongst the contributors.

CCI, DAY 2: Editor Tim Ervin Talks Dark Horse Manga

Fri, July 23rd, 2004 | Category: Comic Books

During a panel at Comic-Con International, editor Tim Ervin talked about some of the plans Dark Horse has coming from the Manga line.

CCI, Day 2: CCI Awards Golden and Silver Age Greats

Fri, July 23rd, 2004 | Category: Comic Books

At a panel during CC, the convention recognized a group of Golden and Silver Age greats including Gene Colan and Harry Harrison by awarding them surprise Inkpot awards. They reminisced about the old days when children's comics sold millions and millions.

Spider-Man 2, Hellboy 2, Superman, more: March 9th Comic Reel Wrap

Fri, April 9th, 2004 | Category: TV, Film

The latest "Spider-Man 2" trailer hits the web, more "Hellboy 2" news, some early story ideas for the next "Superman" movie, E! gets up close and person with "Punisher" and much more.

SAN DIEGO, DAY THREE: Ross talks 'JLA: Liberty and Justice' and 'Mythology'

Sun, July 20th, 2003 | Category: Comic Books

Fan favorite artist Alex Ross talked about the upcoming 'JLA: Liberty and Justice' treasury sized book and 'DC Mythology: The Art of Alex Ross.'

SAN DIEGO, DAY TWO: 'Scary Godmother Animated Special' premieres at CCI

Sat, July 19th, 2003 | Category: TV, Film

Jill Thompson premiered the 'Scary Godmother Animated Special' for fans at Comic-Con International in San Diego and revealed how we'll all, hopefully, get to see it soon.

SAN DIEGO, DAY TWO: Fiona Avery turns 'No Honor' into TV series for Showtime

Sat, July 19th, 2003 | Category: TV, Film

Writer Fiona Avery updates fans with the latest news on her comic 'No Honor' and how it'll be showing up on the Showtime television network soon.

SAN DIEGO, DAY TWO: CrossGen rolls out comics on DVD

Sat, July 19th, 2003 | Category: Comic Books

CrossGen reveals details of their new comics venture, reprinting their comics on DVD.

SAN DIEGO, DAY ONE: Gaiman premiers directorial debut at CCI

Fri, July 18th, 2003 | Category: Comic Books

Neil Gaiman shared with fans in attendance at Comic-Con International the first ever screening of 'A Short Film about John Bolton,' followed up by questions about the movies and comics.

SAN DIEGO, DAY ONE: Sal Buscema still having a ball after all these years.

Fri, July 18th, 2003 | Category: Comic Books

Legendary comic creator Sal Buscema talks about his length career on a panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego moderated by Mark Evanier.

SAN DIEGO, DAY 3: Image 10th Anniversary Highlights

Sun, August 4th, 2002 | Category: Comic Books

[Image]The four remaining founders join together to talk about the current state of Image, plus what's coming next like a new anthology and a new super-hero universe.