The Biggest Superhero Films That Didn't Happen, Part 2
Comic Books, Film
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Luke Cage and Danny Rand re-team in David Walker and Sanford Greene's new Marvel Comics series.
David F. Walker and Claude St. Aubin continue Vic Stone's journey as he accesses top-secret files to stop a group of angry politicians.
Bill Sienkiewicz's variant cover for "Power Man & Iron Fist" #2 features a call back to a pair of classic '80s ads.
Get a first look at February's "Power Man and Iron Fist" #1 by David Walker & Sanford Greene and starring Marvel's original Heroes for Hire.
Private detective John Shaft is back to take on a dangerous missing persons case in a new Dynamite series by David F. Walker & Dietrich Smith.
Axel Alonso looks back at the past year at Marvel publishing, from "Secret Wars" to All-New, All-Different Marvel and the Netflix series' impact.
Writer David Walker discusses reviving Marvel's premier buddy book, "Power Man & Iron Fist," and the enduring friendship between the two leads.
David Walker tells CBR about his new Marvel series that finds the Squadron Supreme vet plying his bloody brand of justice on Chicago's criminals.
David Walker, Chad Coleman, Shawn Pryor, Scott Snyder and more discuss the value of representation, with #BlackComicsMonth just the beginning.
Joseph Illidge examines how Marvel Comics' new "Power Man and Iron Fist" series reflects the past and will need extraordinary support in 2016.
A new "Dark Knight" story, the future of Superman and more news for DC's biggest icons arrives in NYC.
Marvel Editor in Chief Axel Alonso and writers Gerry Duggan, Dennis Hopeless, David Walker and more reveal what's in store for Marvel's future.
Writer David F. Walker will return to "Shaft" at Dynamite Entertainment with the comics miniseries "Imitation of Life" and a new prose novel.
David Walker and Sanford Greene will tell new team-up tales starring Luke Cage and Danny Rand.
David F. Walker, Ivan Reis and Joe Prado continue to dig deep into what makes the Justice Leaguer tick in the second issue of their new ongoing series.
Writer David Walker spoke with CBR TV about DC's new ongoing series starring Vic Stone, his work on "Shaft," and the inevitability of change.
David F. Walker and Ivan Reis' "Cyborg" #1 "is a brilliant debut for an ongoing series that fulfills fan expectations."
The core pantheon of the DCU embrace change from Cyborg's sci-fi war within to Wonder Woman's mission to save Donna Troy.
CBR spoke with writer David Walker about his September "Fury" one-shot that honors the milestone by teaming up Nick Fury, Sr. and his son.
The writer shares his lifelong fondness for Vic Stone, and what he's got planned for the "Cyborg" series with Ivan Reis and Joe Prado.
"Shaft" comic book writer David Walker and Dynamite Entertainment editor Joe Rybandt discuss the legacy of Ernest Tidyman's John Shaft.
Creators Phil Jimenez, David Walker, Yasmin Liang, Noelle Stevenson & Brooke talk representation and when a diversity panel will no longer be necessary.
With DC Comics' announcement of a more diverse writers' pool, Joseph Illidge gives his take on the publisher's newest initiative.
Joseph Illidge looks back on the year 2014 and cites various accomplishments by creators in the cause for diversity in comics.
David F. Walker and Bilquis Evely team up for a "fun comic book filled with intrigue and rich developments" with Dynamite's "Shaft" #1.
David F. Walker talks to CBR News about writing the first "Shaft" comic book, taking inspiration from the novels and supporting diversity.
A star-studded panel of guests, including actors Wayne Brady and Orlando Jones, discussed comic books, breaking ground across different mediums and the importance of taking creative initiatives.
CBR presents the exclusive debut of the official proof-of-concept teaser for a live-action version of Robert Love and David Walker's "Number 13" sci-fi comic.
Emerging from the pages of "Dark Horse Presents," CBR spoke with Robert Love & David Walker about "Number 13," a journey across a post-apocalyptic, mutant-ridden landscape with an existential android.
Friends and fans gathered during last weekend's Emerald City Comicon to remember the recently deceased Dwayne McDuffie, recount stories from his career and celebrate his contributions to the world of comics.