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This week Carr D’Angelo & Atom! Freeman are joined by Cal State Northridge's associate professor of English, Charles Hatfield, as they analyze chapter 4 of "Watchmen" in anticipation of the upcoming movie adaptation.
If you're worried about Zack Snyder's release date slipping, look east for clues. Plus, there's video clips from Gotham City, the Abomination could be around a while and much more. UPDATED
In anticipation of the film adaptation of "Watchmen," award-winning retailers Carr D’Angelo & Atom! Freeman re-read and provide commentary on the Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons classic, this week with chapter three.
Having looked back on the year that was, the CBR News staff looks ahead to the year that will be, focusing on the comic book movies to be released in 2009. But what’s with the controversy about Ryan Reynolds?
In anticipation of the film adaptation of "Watchmen," award-winning retailers Carr D’Angelo & Atom! Freeman re-read and provide commentary on the Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons classic, this week with chapter two.
In anticipation of the film adaptation of "Watchmen," award-winning retailers Carr D’Angelo & Atom! Freeman re-read and provide commentary on the Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons classic, starting with chapter one.
In these on-camera interviews with Dave Gibbons, the "Watchmen" co-creator and author of "Watching The Watchmen" discusses his visual inspiration for the cast, John Higgins' coloring, and creating Rorschach's signature mask.
Piccolo looks a little green, Logan hobnobs with the stars, Bryan Singer's still in the game, plus news on The Crow, Spawn, Thor and more.
Warner Bros. Pictures today released new still images from two comic adaptations coming in 2009 -- Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons' "Watchmen" and Greg Rucka & Steve Lieber's "Whiteout."
Warner Bros. has announced that exclusive footage, an iPhone & iPod touch application, behind the scenes podcasts, trailers and more are now available exclusively on iTunes and the Apple App Store.
In the 599th PIPELINE, Augie has an early review of this Thursday's "Marvels" sequel release, plus he launches his reading journal for "Watchmen." Also: what came out this week in 2001, and show notes for a missed podcast.
What high profile project will fans see artist Carlos Pacheco on next? Rich has a good idea. Plus, editorial breakdowns, who watches the trademarks, repringting the Transformers, comic finds from the Dublin Comic Con and more!
The holiday season has arrived, and with it comes the always tricky business of gift shopping, but we've got you covered with CBR's Holiday Gift Guide! Check out our staff's recommendations for comics, novels and art books.
New "Watchmen" trailer! Plus an animated Asgard, Tony Millionaire toning it up, some "Kick-Ass" pics, "Pet Robots," "Hero by Night" and more to serve as the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Warner Bros. has provided CBR with high-res versions of the new "Watchmen" posters you may have seen floating around the web today, and we've got them for you in one convenient place.
Word of Del Rey possibly scooping up the Dabel Brothers leads this weeks LYING IN THE GUTTERS, plus more "Doctor Who" comics, the ever increasing price of comics, a "Kick Ass" script review, publishers not paying and more.
Loads of news this week, including news of multiple endings for the "Watchmen" feature film, one Manhunter is out while another returns, who would have worked on "Dan Dare" had Virgin not gone under and more.
With the release of the "Watchmen" feature film only five months away, George Khory presents a profile of comic creator Dave Gibbons, talking with him about his artistic & writing influences and breaking into the industry.
DC Comics titles "Batman: Black & White" and "Superman: Red Son" will be developed into "motion comics" just like "Watchmen," the second chapter of which is available now.
CBR News attended a screening of several minutes of "Watchmen." The event included a Q&A with director Zack Snyder, production designer Alex McDowell and costume designer Michael Wilkinson. Check out this full report.
“Watchmen” editor Len Wein discussed at the West Hollywood Book Fair editing the classic graphic novel,working with Moore & Gibbons, writing the video game, and which of his comics creations looks best on screen.
Loads of stuff this week including evidence that Megan Fox may play the lead in "Fathom," who's directing the "Watchmen: Tales of the Black Freighter" animated DVD, a new editor for DC and much, much more!
What could save the "Watchmen" film? Could it be the 1960s Batman? Rich says it's possible. Plus, Daredevil's faced gets registered, helping a comic creator in need, Speculator's Corner and much, much more.
DC Comics has released images and solicitations for new comics and products on sale in December, 2008, including the latest from "Final Crisis," "Watchmen," "Batman: R.I.P.," "Superman" and much more.
Tim revisits the history and significance of the Mayfair "Watchmen" RPG modules in this week's WWC with interviews with Daniel Greenberg and Ray Winninger, the writers of the three Alan Moore-sanctioned RPG books.
A federal judge has set January 6, 2009 as the trial date for 20th Century Fox's lawsuit over "Watchmen," which could imperil the forthcoming Warner Bros. adaptation of the graphic novel.
Big column this week as word on a new DC books emerge, word on troubles at Virgin Comics, complications for iPhone comics, notes from the Millar/Harris "War Heroes" tour, what happened to "Elektra/Wolverine: The Redeemer" and more.
A judge has denied a Warner Bros. motion to dismiss 20th Century Fox's lawsuit for an injunction against Zack Snyder's "Watchmen," with Fox claiming exclusive rights to produce and distribute a film based on the graphic novel.
What's this about a trailer doing the rounds starring Whedon, Lindeloff & Meltzer? Rich has details, plus books on the chopping block, what those mystery Marvel images are for, the story behind Kirkman's video and more.
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures, CBR brings you new images from "Watchmen," the new Zack Snyder-directed film based on the landmark DC Comics graphic novel by writer Alan Moore and artist Dave Gibbons.
With all the promotional material for "Watchmen" being released, Timothy noticed that there seems to be one character conspicuous by his absence, possibly the most important in the classic story...
Who's that alien ladies' man? You'll know will learn more, while a yo-yo wielding youth dazzles, Edgar Wright promises to play nice, plus "Red Sonja," "The Spirit" and more to close out the week.
"Watchmen" co-creator Dave Gibbons joined "Watching the Watchmen" designer Chip Kidd and others for a discussion of the making of the landmark graphic novel and the new 250-page book documenting its development.
"Watchmen" co-creator Dave Gibbons was on hand at this year's Comic-Con International for a special spotlight panel which had the artist talking with fans about the upcoming movie and the legendary comic that spawned it.
Convention attendees and retailers may be living in the year 2008, but the biggest book of this summmer's Comic-Con International in San Diego is straight out of 1986.
"Watchmen." Friday in San Diego. "Watchmen." The air was brisk, the lines were long, and the parties. The parties were just getting started. "Watchmen."