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This April, Marvel Comics launches two new all-ages comics based on "The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes" and "Ultimate Spider-Man" animated shows by veteran writers Chris Yost, Man of Action and Dan Slott.
Marc Bernardin runs down the noteworthy releases out today on DVD and Blu-ray, from "Godzilla: The Criterion Collection" and "Paranormal Activity 3" to "Real Steel" and "Buck Rogers in the 25th Century."
News that a certain actor is in talks for the lead role in Frank Darabont’s "L.A Noir" may spoil a major plot development in the remainder of "The Walking Dead’s" second season. SPINOFF has details.
Jason Thompson on why the manga industry is in trouble -- and how to save it! Bram Stoker Awards releases preliminary ballot! Jim Rugg interviews Jason Karns! Caleb Melby talks "The Zen of Steve Jobs"! Plus much more!
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea spoke with "The Colbert Report" writer Glenn Eichler about his and artist Joe Infurnari's new book out from First Second, "Mush!: Sled Dogs with Issues."
"The Boys" co-creator Garth Ennis returns to "Crossed" in March with the ongoing "Badlands" from Avatar Press, and CBR spoke with the famed writer about the brutal, murderous world of the series.
Last week, CBR reviewers gave their opinions on over twenty new releases, including the latest issues of "Ghostbusters," "Fables," "Morning Glories," "Legion of Monsters" and more.
Directors Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor discuss bringing their distinctive movie-making style to the Nic Cage-starring "Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance," working with stars Idris Elba and Johnny Whitworth and more.
Joe Madureira and members of his Vigil Studios team discuss changes to the sequel in this latest video clip, complete with additional gameplay footage.
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige speaks directly to the rumors of the aliens in "The Avengers" and addresses rumblings of the Red Skull. SPINOFF has the details.
In anticipation of "The Avengers" feature film, Marvel is turning April into an Avengers Art Appreciation month with variant covers for "Avengers," "Wolverine & the X-Men" and more celebrating the work of classic artists.
James Hunt gives "Amazing Spider-Man" #678 4 stars calling Dan Slott and Humberto Ramos' new time travel tale "as good as anything they've done, with an ending that guarantees you'll be there for the next issue."
"Batman: The Dark Knight" writer Paul Jenkins spoke discusses the sexual politics behind the creation of the White Rabbit, Christopher Nolan's "Dark Knight Rises" influence and more.
The cartoonist behind acclaimed autobiographical and satirical comics turns his talent to film, writing the screenplay for the wedding dramedy "Save The Date" starring Lizzy Caplan and Alison Brie which debuts this week at Sundance.
According to an early release of Marvel Comics' April solicits and confirmed by writer Brian Michael Bendis, "Moon Knight" has been cancelled and will end with Issue #12 in April.
"Spartacus: Vengeance" actress Katrina Law spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about her character Mira's journey in the series' new season, new leading man Liam McIntyre and working with men in loincloths.
"Xombi" writer/creator John Rozum explains why he left the recently canceled "Static Shock" after just 4 issues, saying he was "completely sidelined" when it came to contributing creatively to the DC Comics title.
Tom Waltz, co-writer of IDW's "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" with franchise co-creator Kevin Eastman, spoke with CBR about revitalizing the popular heroes and what's coming in the series' next arc.
A possible Spider-Man appearance in "The Avengers!" "Man of Steel" casting rumors for a young Clark Kent and Lana Lang! Sigourney Weaver gives input on "Prometheus!" Plus, "John Carter" and more!
Wonder Woman takes on the god of the sea, Spider-Man mirrors the Man Without Fear, a tortoise bears the weight of the world, a cat jumps over a candlestick and a student at Morning Glory Academy unexpectedly reappears.
DC Comics has announced "We Can Be Heroes," a new multimillion dollar charitable initiative featuring the Justice League to help stop the hunger crisis in the Horn of Africa.
This April, "Captain America and Bucky" becomes "Captain America and Hawkeye," pairing the Avenging Archer with Cap before Steve Rogers teams with another hero. CBR spoke with writer Cullen Bunn about the title.
Tunisian TV network chief on trial for "Persepolis" broadcast! Stumptown Comics adds board members! First Graphic Novel award winner announced! Interviews with Brian Wood, Aaron McGruder and Tom Gauld! Plus much more!
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, January 25, including "Jennifer Blood" #8, "Green Hornet Annual #2," "Kirby: Genesis" #5 and more.
Rob Liefeld, artist of Image's "The Infinite," stated over the weekend that the series is "over," citing creative differences with writer/co-creator Robert Kirkman's Skybound imprint.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Peter Milligan and Mikel Janin's "Justice League Dark" #5. A member of the League falls on January 25!
Jeff Parker and Kev Walker's "Thunderbolts" #169 gets 5 stars from CBR reviewer Doug Zawisza who calls the series "the one book that you didn’t know you were missing, and shouldn’t be."
CSBG continues to feature the goofiest moments from comic book history, including Spider-Man, Justice League and the Avengers. Come read them all!
SPINOFF continues its suggestions to the television and movie developers of the world, this week suggesting that Marvel TV thinks about the series potential for ol' hornhead himself.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant looks forward to DC's April slate, noting what looks good and interesting from the publisher this spring.
Doug Zawisza gives Michael Green, Mike Johnson and Mahmud Asrar's "Supergirl" #5 4.5 stars, calling the series' latest installment "as fresh and exciting as it was in issue #1"
Giving issue #3 4.5 stars, James Hunt calls Zeb Wells and Joe Mad's "Avenging Spider-Man" "consistently funny, good-looking, built on classic relationships...superhero comics in their purest form."
After last night's episode of Fox's "Fringe," SPINOFF asks "Who's the bad guy now?" and five other questions about "Enemy of My Enemy."