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From Joss Whedon's "Wonder Woman" to John Milius' "Sgt. Rock," CBR runs down 22 screenplays that never moved beyond the written word, but could prove to be bona fide hits on comic shelves.
"Dark Knight Rises" trailer described? "Captain America" director ready for sequel? Olivia Wilde on riding horses in "Cowboys & Aliens." Also, Guy Ritchie may return to "Sgt. Rock" and more.
The next wave of relaunch titles from DC Comics includes Paul Cornell's DC/WildStorm mashup of "Stormwatch," new series for "Deathstroke" and "Sgt. Rock" and Dan Didio's "OMAC."
"Scott Pilgrim" director talks soundtrack. Jon Favreau reveals the identity of the backlit Cowboy. Screenwriters talk "Tintin." Also, "Comic-Con" documentary in the works and more.
"Sgt. Rock" to fight a War of the Future! Olivia Wilde to be a "Cowboy." Director Pierre Morel discusses action in "Dune." Also, another "Asterix" on the horizon, a "Smallville" clip, and more.
Black Cat to chase a "Spider-Man?" "Sgt. Rock" ships off ... to the Future! "Sorrow" to be a motion picture. Also, "Magneto" on the back burner, the Wall comes to "Smallville" and more.
Each week, comic pundits Timothy Callahan and Chad Nevett discuss the style and substance of DC's "Wednesday Comics." In their penultimate discussion, "Teen Titans" makes its mark and Sgt. Rock teaches Nick Fury a thing or two.
Cameron Diaz opens up about "Green Hornet." "Priest" gets a priestess. "Sub-Mariner" still not on dry land. All this, plus Guy Ritchie talks about "Sgt. Rock" and trouble for the Spider-man musical.
Joe Kubert introduced Sgt. Rock to comics in June 1959. Four months later, he welcomed his son Adam to the world. Now the two all-star creators talk to CBR about their Sgt. Rock story in "Wednesday Comics."
Classic Sgt. Fury artist Dick Ayers met with Russ Heath and new "Sgt. Rock and the Lost Battalion" creators Billy Tucci and Mark Sparacio at The National con to discuss the art and history of war comics.
Billy Tucci brought along members of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team to his panel Saturday morning to paint a picture of what World War II was like, which he’ll be depicting in “Sgt. Rock — The Lost Batallion.”