The Biggest Superhero Films That Didn't Happen, Part 2
Comic Books, Film
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FIRST COMIC: "Wonder Woman" #78
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Writer Peter Milligan talks the "adult comic book" he created with artist Leandro Fernández, and the series' move from Vertigo to Image Comics.
SPIDER-MANDATE returns as Senior Editor Nick Lowe lays out the broad strokes of the event, the books involved and the impact on the Spider-line.
Spider-editor Nick Lowe discusses all things "Secret Wars," the new Spider books and creative teams and everything else wall-crawler.
Announcing her retirement from Dark Horse, editor Diana Schutz spoke exclusively with CBR about her career, her decision and her future.
Co-creator Jason Latour explains why he was originally leery of the Spider-Gwen concept, her place in the Spider-verse and "Secret Wars'" effect on her series.
CBR demystifies DC Comics’ “Convergence” event, breaking down the timelines and worlds to explain how each week’s titles matter to DC history.
CBR's SPIDER-MANDATE returns as editor Nick Lowe speaks about the end of "Spider-Verse," the start of "Secret Wars" and the love for "Spider-Gwen!"
Writer Heath Corson and voice director Andrea Romano speak about the Aquaman-led animated feature and the role of women in the animation industry.
Actors Matt Lanter, Sam Witwer and their "Justice League: Throne Of Atlantis" co-stars speak about the film, "Clone Wars" and their own fandom.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan DiDio lays out the nuts and bolts of "Convergence," DC’s two-month multiverse and multi-timeline spring event.
Josie Campbell explains how "Agent Carter" is calling the comics community out by addressing the industry's deliberate erasure of women in the Golden Age.
The executive producer discusses drunken casting, infant endangerment and a back-to-basics approach to FX's animated spy comedy.
"New Suicide Squad" writer Sean Ryan discusses long-term goals, returning Amanda Waller to a governmental role and the "Suicide Squad" movie cast.
Peter Tomasi and Andy Kubert speak with CBR about reviving Robin and the growing popularity of Damian Wayne.
Batman Group Editor Mark Doyle discusses his first year on the job, the myriad creative changes under his watch and his vision for the Bat family books.
The "Batman Eternal" writing team joins forces to speak about issue #36, the reveal-heavy third act of their epic weekly DC Comics series.
Gail Simone tells CBR about bringing "Secret Six" into the New 52, writing Catman & Black Alice again and her plans for the fan-favorite series.
Despite strong performances by stars Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson, the penultimate film in the series suffers from awkward pacing and a story that's all setup.
For the 65th anniversary of Charles Schulz' beloved characters, kaBOOM! is sending Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the rest to camp in an oversized "Peanuts" #25.
Calling "Endgame" 'the last time I intend to write Joker,' Scott Snyder has a spoiler-filled talk with us about the latest chapter's twist, turns and shocking revelations.