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Get an exclusive first look at the latest landmark Dynamite crossover in "Django/Zorro" #2 by Quentin Tarantino, Matt Wagner & Esteve Polls.
Reginald Hudlin sits down with CBR's Joseph Illidge for a lengthy discussion about reader expectations, "Django Unchained" and more.
The "Django/Zorro" crossover team of Quentin Tarantino, Reginald Hudlin, and Matt Wagner join Nick Barrucci to celebrate ten years of Dynamite.
Quentin Tarantino teams with Reginald Hudlin and Matt Wagner for a "Django/Zorro" miniseries, co-published by Dynamite and DC Entertainment.
Hot Toys shows off their new Black Widow sculpt while Kotobukiya goes behind the scenes with their new Wonder Woman statue.
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."
"Django Unchained" film producer Reggie Hudlin talks about his role officially adapting Quentin Tarantino's screenplay to comic form for Vertigo, as well as the future of black heroes in Hollywood.
Quentin Tarantino reveals that following his 1992 directorial debut with "Reservoir Dogs," he considered making a Luke Cage, Hero for Hire movie with Laurence Fishburne in the lead role.
Vertigo has released a five page preview of Quentin Tarantino and R.M. Guera's first issue for the uncut adaptation of "Django Unchained." The comic book of Tarantino's original screenplay hits stores December 19.
DC has released Jim Lee's variant cover for Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" #1 and Massimo Carnavale's cover for issue #3. The series by Tarantino and R.M. Guera starts in December.
DC has announced "Scalped" artist R.M. Guera as the artist for the five-issue adaptation of Quentin Tarantino's original screenplay for "Django Unchained."
Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino made a surprise appearance during DC Comics' Before Watchmen panel to announce a 5-issue series adapting his "Django Unchained" screenplay to comics.
Writer/director Quentin Tarantino assembled a list of his favorite movies, screenplays and directors of 2011, with "X-Men: First Class," "Green Lantern" and several other superhero films making the cut.