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Stephen Dorff returns for a "Blade" prequel? Meanwhile, "Watchmen" leaked to the Internet. G.I. Joe comes to Japan, and "Proof" presents itself. All this plus another Stan Lee cameo and more.
Illustrator Dave Gibbons and colorist John Higgins discuss in-depth the creative process behind “Watchmen” -- the graphic novel and film -- at the Bristol Comic Expo.
Marvel's Barack Obama-starring Spider-Man comic book came out on top for the second month in a row, with DC's "Watchmen" leading the trade paperbacks list once again. Check out the complete estimates here.
With "Watchmen: Tales of the Black Freighter/Under the Hood" on sale tomorrow on DVD, Blue-Ray and ON DEMAND, CBR brings you advance looks at both features.
Watchmen drops, an Amazon Princess picks up, Spider-Man is casting about, Destro proves elusive and much more in today's comic movie roundup.
Joining Atom! and Carr for the final edition of RE-READING WATCHMEN is none other than "Lost" co-creator and celebrated "Watchmen" fan Damon Lindelof, who shares his thoughts on the book's final chapter.
London's got "Watchmen" fever, whether it's special editions of the "New Frotiersman" or someone sticking bloog splattered smileys on people, it's everywhere. Plus, "Absolute Justice," the original comics creators for "Celebrity Apprentice" and more.
Screenwriter David Hayter, actor Matthew Goode and illustrator Dave Gibbons talk to CBR about the "Watchmen" film's biggest departure from the Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons graphic novel.
CBR News presents a second interview with Rorschach and The Comedian, actors Jackie Earle Haley and Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who go into more detail about bringing their iconic anti-heroes to life in "Watchmen."
“Watchmen” screenwriters David Hayter and Alex Tse talk with CBR News about the long and harrowing journey to bring Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons' classic graphic novel to film -- faithfully.
Zack Snyder talks to CBR News about the reception his previous films received, how he hopes “Watchmen” will be similarly welcomed, and the scene he intends to restore to the film in the ultimate DVD version.
The illustrator of such works as “Give Me Liberty” and “For the Man Who has Everything," Dave Gibbons talks to CBR TV about the feature film adaptation of his and Alan Moore’s classic graphic novel, “Watchmen.”
CBR talks to "Watchmen" illustrator Dave Gibbons about his the new film adaptation, what role he played in its production and merchandising, and whether writer Alan Moore will ever see it.
Reassessing "Watchmen," how Marvel's new submissions policy affects you, 1000 reviews in 1000 days, the Comics Cover Challenge, plus Avengers horror, Angel Of Death, useless exercises and many more notes in this week's PERMANENT DAMAGE.
Your friends may finally have cracked open their copies of "Watchmen" in anticipation of the movie release, but what's REALLY next for them? Tim considers each type of reader and offers suggestions for "Following Watchmen."
CBR's series of interviews with the cast of “Watchmen" continues with Malin Akerman and Patrick Wilson, who talk about their deeply human characters; in and out of costume.
Lots going on this week, with news of a new "Anna Mercury" series, more on DC's next weekly series, Rich attends the London premiere of "Watchmen" and has the video interviews with the stars to prove it and much, much more! Updated
CBR News talk to "Watchmen" producers Lawrence Gordon, Deborah Snyder and Lloyd Levin about the graphic novel's long journey to the screen, the violent nature of the material, and the harshly practical world of Hollywood.
One of the most anticipated panels at WonderCon occurred Saturday, as "Watchmen" director Zack Snyder was joined by Dave Gibbons and the cast of the movie for some new footage and an audience Q&A session. CBR News was there.
Superstar writer and BOOM! Studios Editor-in-Chief Mark Waid joins Carr and Atom! for this week's RE-READING WATCHMEN commentary on the penultimate chapter of the classic graphic novel.
CBR's Erik Amaya turns in this review of the most anticipated superhero movie ever, saying Zack Snyder’s shockingly faithful adaptation of “Watchmen” offers a great deal to fans of the original novel and first time movie goers alike.
CBR talks to actors Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Jackie Earle Haley about playing The Comedian and Rorschach, the darkest characters of "Watchmen."
“Watchmen’s” Billy Crudup and Matthew Goode talk with CBR News about the challenges in playing the film’s prime movers, Doctor Manhattan and Ozymandias.
Rich is attending the London premiere of "Watchmen," Mark Waid steps up in defense of Grant Morrison, DC's new weekly series is (sort of) announced, there's some changes in store for The Flash's colors and more.
CBR talks to "Watchmen" director Zack Snyder about his feature film adaptation of the classic DC Comics graphic novel by Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons; the challenges and goals of the film, and what his favorite part is.
Joining Atom! and Carr for an in-depth discussion on this classic chapter of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' "Watchmen" is BOOM! Studios C.E.O. Ross Richie, who recalls the fist time he read the landmark graphic novel.
CBR talks to actor Patrick Wilson, who portrays the famously out-of-shape superhero Nite Owl in "Watchmen," the new film based on the classic Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons graphic novel.
While visiting the Vancouver set of "Watchmen," CBR News spoke with Jackie Earle Haley, who stars in the film as Rorschach, about portraying the iconic anti- hero.
CBR News speaks to Scott Lobdell about IDW Publishing's “Watchmen” send-up, “Whatmen?!,” and how Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons' seminal graphic novel influenced his career as a writer.
CBR Executive Producer Jonah Weiland turns in an in-depth report from his visit to the Vancouver set of "Watchmen," the new Zack Snyder film based on the classic DC Comics graphic novel by Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons.
Zack Snyder's movie adaptation of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' graphic novel classic brings with it the rescued production art of Gibbons and a stunning amount of new cast portraits by Clay Enos.
Want to see the original art to page one of "Watchmen?" London comic fans have that opportunity. Plus, potential picket lines for one hotel in San Diego, Batman updates, casting updates for a "Dead@17" movie and much more.
In anticipation of the film adaptation of "Watchmen," retailers Carr D’Angelo & Atom! Freeman re-read and provide commentary on the classic book, this week with chapter nine, "The Darkness of Mere Being."
Courtesy of Warner Bros., CBR brings you the biggest gallery of "Watchmen" images you've ever seen, featuring new production stills, posters, behind-the- scenes photos and other promotional materials.