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Jason Momoa addresses "DC haters" with two words; Ryan Reynolds reveals why he thinks "critical fanboys" will embrace "Deadpool" and more.
Findlay, known for her role in "Downton Abbey," will play Shelly Webster, the fiance of Jack Huston's Crow.
Robert Kirkman reveals how "Walking Dead's" spinoff will tie into to the hit series; Retro Girl takes the lead in new "Powers" images and more.
"The Crow" comic creator James O’Barr has confirmed the news that the "Boardwalk Empire" actor has been cast in the film's title role.
AMC's "Preacher" adaptation may change the race of a lead character; Samuel L. Jackson gives an update on his Marvel future and more.
Comics creator James O'Barr spoke candidly about the "The Crow" reboot, including the challenges faced and who he would like to see in the starring role.
"The Hallow" director Corin Hardy has signed on to helm Relativity's upcoming remake of "The Crow," replacing F. Javier Gutierrez.
"The Crow" creator James O’Barr explains what made him change his mind about the upcoming film, which he emphasizes isn’t a remake.
"Wonder Woman" may kick off a trilogy; Disney identities mystery woman in "Avengers" trailer & more.
A boxer in Juarez, Mexico becomes the latest avatar for James O'Barr's The Crow in Frank Bill and Drew Moss' "The Crow: Pestilence" #1 from IDW.
Novelist Frank Bill makes his comic book debut at IDW with "The Crow: Pestilence" and spoke to CBR about a Mexican wrestler becoming the spirit's new host.
"Walking Dead" star Norman Reedus is reportedly up for a role in Relativity Media’s new adaptation of the James O’Barr comic.
"The Crow" creator James O'Barr and the director of the upcoming film adaptation, Javier Gutierrez, talk about the challenges - and opportunities - they face in bringing the source material to life once again.
Relativity Media has released the Comic-Con International teaser poster for its long-brewing reboot of "The Crow," illustrated by the comic’s creator James O’Barr.
"The Crow" creator James O'Barr will consult with director F. Javier Gutierrez on Relativity Media’s long-brewing remake of "The Crow," which will star Luke Evans as Eric Draven
The "Fast & Furious 6" villain is up for the title role in the remake of the 1994 film that was based on James O'Barr's comics.
James O'Barr reveals the tragic inspiration for "The Crow: Curare" and announces his return to art with "The Crow: The Engines of Despair," a story he believes at least partially inspired Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill."
Courtesy of IDW, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "The Crow" #1, John Shirley and Kevin Colden's take on James O'Barr's classic mythos. The new series debuts July 11.
Producer Edward R. Pressman sheds light on the upcoming film adaptation of Archaia Entertainment's border-crossing werewolf story "Feeding Ground" while providing an update on the reboot of "The Crow" movie.
Novelist John Shirley helped make James O'Barr's "The Crow" a pop culture phenomenon with the 1994 film adaptation. CBR spoke to him about IDW's July relaunch of the vengeful spirit.
IDW Publishing has released an early look at its July-debuting "Crow" series, written by John Shirley featuring art by Kevin Colden with Kyle Hotz and Ashley Wood on covers.
IDW Editor-in-Chief Chris Ryall spoke to this weekend's WonderCon announcements including a new "Rocketeer" miniseries by Mark Waid and Chris Samnee, a new "Judge Dredd" ongoing title and more of "The Crow."
This week, has the creator of the Crow been trying to do a Batman comic for over a decade? Plus, learn the shocking history of Captain Marvel's arch-rival, Black Adam! Also, who or what is Starhawk?!
Haven Distributors reportedly set to shut down! Defense rests in murder trial of Michael George! APE wrap-ups! Interviews with Jeff Lemire, James O'Barr and Anders Nilsen! Plus more!
At last weekend's Chicago Comic-Con, James O'Barr, creator of "The Crow," discussed the tragedies that shaped his work and his perspective of success in Hollywood as well as his upcoming work in comics, and CBR was there.