The Biggest Superhero Films That Didn't Happen, Part 2
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DC Comics has released images and solicitations for new comics and products on sale in January, 2009, including the latest from "Final Crisis," " Faces of Evil," "Green Lantern," "100 Bullets," and much more.
CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale from DC Comics and Wildstorm this Wednesday including "Trinity" #20, "Final Crisis: Rogues' Revenge" #3, "Final Crisis: Legion of Three Worlds" #2 and more.
The stars of NBC’s comedy/spy series “Chuck,” Zachary Levi and Josh Gomez talk about the new season, Wildstorm’s comic book based on the series, their love for comics, and working with Adam Baldwin.
"The X-Files" Executive producer Frank Spotnitz speaks to REFLECTIONS about penning the new Wildstorm title, fan and critical reaction of the second feature film, and the continued possibility of a third movie.
CBR News talks with Ed Brubaker about the upcoming feature film adaptation of Wildstorm’s “Sleeper,” with “Spider-Man’s” Sam Raimi set to direct with Tom Cruise set to star.
What we learned at San Diego this year about the future of comics; the best Big Event series of the summer... so far; reimagining the Crimson Avenger; Odysseus, the Spirit that should have been, movies and lots more this week.
There's clouds on the horizon, and much change is coming to Wildstorm Comics. CBR News was on hand to capture all of the forecasts and precipitation on a Saturday evening with free TPBs handed out to questioners.
A laid-back panel led by Wildstorm Comics editor Shannon Denton and featuring several Wildstorm creators gave WizardWorld Chicago ettendees a look ahead to the end of the world and beyond.
CBR Gossip Columnist Rich Johnston has learned that DC Comics Senior Vice President of Business Development John Nee has left the company.
Frank Spotnitz, the co-writer and co-executive producer of “The X-Files: I Want to Believe” spoke with CBR News about his upcoming comic book special set in the X-Files' classic era.
DC imprint WildStorm Productions is running wild on MySpace while the wily veteran Stan Lee pulls a Dale Carnegie by winning friends and influencing people on the nation’s most trafficked website.
George Khoury offers up another "Land of the Los," tale, a look at comic projects that never happened. This week, he presents a conversation with J. Scott Campbell about the never realized "Gen13/Batman" cross-over.