The self-styled "Galaxy's Greatest Comic" is expanding its horizons, with next month's Dredd: Underbelly -- a comic book that marks long-running British anthology 2000AD's first-ever official U.S. format release.
It may be the great missed opportunity for genre fans of the 1960s: The Adam WestBatman show had an unproduced episode -- written by none other than Harlan Ellison -- which would have introduced the villain Two-Face into the series. For fans wondering what they missed, Ellison now is offering a sneak peek at the unmade "Two-Way Crimes of Two-Face."
Six months after the release of Star Trek Into Darkness, director J.J. Abrams is ready to admit it: Maybe that whole "keeping the identity of Benedict Cumberbatch's character a secret" thing was a bit of a mistake after all.
In an announcement sent to retailers just before the Thanksgiving holiday, Marvel Entertainment cancelled existing orders for Inhuman, one of the launch titles for its "All-New Marvel NOW!" promotion, with the series' launch now pushed out until April 2014.
Universal has set a March 11, 2016, opening for Warcraft, Legendary’s video game adaptation, which was forced to move from its Dec. 18, 2015, berth when Disney set the same date for Star Wars: Episode VII.
At the same time, the studio has put Legendary’s long-delayed Jeff Bridges fantasy The Seventh Son back on the release schedule.
Marvel Entertainment has prided itself on an increased gender parity in recent years, with more launches for female-led series -- She-Hulk, Elektra and Ms. Marvel will debut next year, along with a relaunch of the fan-favorite Captain Marvel title -- and a number of "Women of Marvel" panels at comic book conventions. For one fan, however, that push isn't being reflected in Marvel's online marketing of its own merchandise.
Heroes like Superman, Batman and Spider-Man don't have to worry about getting old -- constant reboots and the need for young, vital lead characters have seen to the natural aging process. But what happens if a superhero who's become immortal decides that living forever is more of a curse than a blessing? Dark Horse Comics' new series Never Ending puts a spin on a familiar genre trope.
Designer Juan Luis Garcia has written an open letter to director Spike Lee about design concepts he created that were being used for posters and promotional material for the movie Oldboywithout permission or payment.
Jim Steranko, one of the creators of the Nick Fury character, recaps Agents of SHIELD for THR's Heat Vision every week. Read more about the Marvel Comics artist in a Q&A here.
"God's punishing me!" says the subject of this week's mutant hunt on Agents of SHIELD, a prophetic punchline that could be as tempting as a Mango Julius to a one-legged man crossing the Sahara in midsummer.
Marvel Comics' Uncanny Avengers returns to flagship status with new storyline "Ragnarok Now" in today's fourteenth issue, as the forthcoming battle between humans and mutants claims its first victim -- and its second and third, as well. Be warned: Spoilers for the three superhero deaths follow.
Marvel Comics publisher Dan Buckley is the most powerful man in comics -- at least according to Bleeding Cool Magazine's Top 100 Power List for 2013. Wondering who else holds the power? Ahead of the full list's release tomorrow, we've got an exclusive look at the top 10.
With the holiday season around the corner, you might already be wondering how to answer well-meaning relatives and friends who just want to know if there's anything on your wish list this year. The answer, of course, is yes: You want a working replica of the Batmobile from the 1960s Adam West TV series Batman.