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"Avengers: Age of Ultron" Thor, "A New Hope" Darth Vader, Retro Wolverine and much more in this week's installment.
We look back at some of the best -- and best-looking -- collections released last year, from the "Saga" hardcover to "The Muppets" omnibus to "Big Damn Sin City."
The long-awaited second collaboration between Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller frequently hits the target, but occasionally stumbles in its own pitch-blackness.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Josh Brolin and Eva Green share their tales of joining the black-and-white world of Frank Miller's deadly burg.
The imposing, deep-voiced actor assumes the role of the brutal bodyguard of the film's "Dame to Kill For," with a tip of the hat to the late Michael Clarke Duncan.
Sideshow shows off a classic Emma Frost statue while "Arkham City" Batman scores a Hot Toys figure and Rocket Raccoon becomes a rabbit -- sort of.
The comic book legend and maverick filmmaker shed light on the creative collaboration that led to their second film, "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For."
Kotobukiya, Funko and more reveal their Comic-Con International exclusives, Sideshow's Doctor Doom gets all kinds of regal and so much more!
"Power is a fragile thing," warns the first trailer for Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller's "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," due out Aug. 22.
Upcoming comic movies "Guardians of the Galaxy" and "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" had strong showings at Toy Fair alongside classic favorites.
Mike Richardson & Randy Stradley reveal Dark Horse's "The Star Wars" deluxe collection, a returning "King Tiger," "Aliens" plans and more!
Thanks to reveals of their upcoming solicits, DC Collectibles and Diamond Select Toys lead the charge this week.
This April, Dark Horse returns to "Eltingville" with Evan Dorkin, Frank Miller's "Sin City" gets bigger and the Buffyverse continues Season 10!
Reports indicate that The Weinstein Company wants to follow next summer's "A Dame to Kill For" feature with a "Sin City" television series.
Henry Cavill discusses Ben Affleck's "Batman/Superman" casting; AMC posts behind-the-scenes looks at "The Walking Dead" and more.
The release of Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller’s "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" has been delayed nearly year from its original Oct. 4, 2013 release date. SPINOFF has more on the sequel.
Robert Rodriguez released a pair of images from the set of "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," showing Josh Brolin as Dwight in the October 4 premiering sequel. SPINOFF ONLINE has details.
Directors Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller have tapped Stacy Keach to play the villainous Wallenquist alongside Mickey Rourke, Josh Brolin and Bruce Willis in "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For."
"Casino Royale" actress Eva Green has been cast as the lead female role of Ava Lord in Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller's "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For." The film is set for release this October.
Director Robert Rodriguez confirmed Bruce Willis' return for "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," and offered details about the new character played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
"Men in Black 3" actor Josh Brolin has been cast in "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" as Dwight, a role previously portrayed by Clive Owen in 2005's "Sin City."
Joseph Gordon-Levitt has passed on "Guardians of the Galaxy" and "Godzilla" in favor of a key role in "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," the sequel to the 2005 noir hit from Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller.
As filming began Monday on the long-promised "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," actresses Jaime King and Jamie Chung joined the sequel to the 2005 adaptation of the neo-noir comics by Frank Miller.
Although Mickey Rourke implies he hasn’t finalized his deal to appear in "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," he had kind words for the sequel’s script and shot down rumors of his involvement with "The Expendables 3."
Oscar nominee Michael Clarke Duncan, remembered for his roles in such films as "The Green Mile," "Daredevil," "Sin City" and "Green Lantern," died Monday from complications of a heart attack. He was 54.
Director Robert Rodriguez has confirmed actors Rosario Dawson and Mickey Rourke will reprise their "Sin City" roles in the upcoming big-screen sequel, "A Dame to Kill For."
Co-Directors Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller have announced production is finally set to begin on the long-awaited sequel to 2005's "Sin City." CBR News has all the details.
Appearing at South By Southwest, director Robert Rodriguez provided updates on the sequels to "Machete" and "Sin City," as well as his "Heavy Metal" remake.
Concept artist Simon Lissaman has revealed designs for a cancelled "Sin City" game including character designs for Marv and an in-depth exploration of Kadie's Bar.
Robert Rodriguez came to Comic-Con with news of updates on sequels to "Sin City" and "Machete," the announcement of a new "Heavy Metal" movie and the creation of a Frank Frazetta art gallery.
Dark Horse discussed their digital plans at NYCC this evening, including unveiling the publisher's new in-house Apps eliminating third-party fees and allowing them to drop the price to $1.49 an issue and more.
"Sin City" sequel to begin filming in 2010? "Thor" is looking for another castmember. Clips from Monday's "Heroes." All this, plus Ridley Scott talks "Alien" prequel and "Dune" searches for a new director.
"Ghost Rider 2" kick starts with writer David Goyer. "Sin City 2" possibly to film next year. "He-Man" finds a new home. "Surrogates" video interview and more.
Is everything ship-shape in Sparta? Also, Superman Brandon Routh would love to fly again. All this plus denials, conjecture, spy shots, changes in "Watchmen" the Director's Cut and more in the Comic Reel.
We continue with the second of a two-part interview with Dark Horse Executive Editor Diana Schutz. who talks about some of her projects for '09 and the challenges an editor faces in preparing comics for publication.
We continue our editor spotlight with Dark Horse Executive Editor Diana Schutz, who edits mainstays Frank Miller, Paul Chadwick and Matt Wagner, along with many of the publisher's "Art of" titles and other classics.
This week, Timothy cracks open his copy of "Absolute Ronin" and finds a wild and innovative work from Frank Miller. Even if you've read "Ronin" before, Tim promises you - you've never seen anything quite like this.