Marc Guggenheim, executive producer and writer of The CW's "Arrow," tells CBR about "Overwatch," his debut novel that mixes espionage and lawyers.
Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV and Jason Fabok keep their weekly story moving along nicely in "Batman Eternal" #2
There’s a scene early on in The King of Comedy where late night talk show host Jerry Langford (played by Jerry Lewis) leaves his New York City apartment and walks through crowded midtown on his way to the studio. Fans greet him and kibbitz with him and Jerry, always on the move, waves, smiles, and tosses one-liners back at them. Show More Summary
Executivep roducer Andrew Kreisberg details the big revelations of the latest "Arrow," including the debut of two members of "The Flash" cast.
Which of DC or Marvel's supervillains do you most want to see follow Sinestro and Harley Quinn's leads with their own ongoing series?
By Tom Spurgeon it's all WonderCon right now for most of the comics people I know. Everyone else I know that won't be sleeping in their own beds this weekend will be at FLUKE. There is a sizable show in DC and an already-massive event in SLC this weekend, too, although I haven't heard a ton from people attending either one of those shows. Show More Summary
I figure if nothing else, it's a nice primer list of long-form webcomics for those of us not fully invested in that world. The work listed fifth I think is one of handful of contenders for comic of the '00s, any format or form.
"Small Time" star Christopher Meloni discusses his on screen chemistry with co-star Dean Norris, and learning the tricks of the used car salesman trade.
"Aw Yeah Comics" and "Groo Vs Conan" arrive, plus the latest from Buffy, BPRD, Conan and more in Dark Horse Comics' solicitations for July 2014.
Jimmie Robinson's indie sensation heads home while Spidey goes traditional, an Autobot makes her mark and Larime Taylor's serial killer has a plan.
I first read The Hobbit back in high school, during the tail end of J.R.R. Tolkien’s renaissance, sparked by the Ballantine Books editions that first popped up in the 1960s. I later learned Tolkien wrote this as a children’s tale and when asked for a sequel went away for a decade and came up with the adult Lord of the Rings. Show More Summary
Like most businesses, we here at ComicMix have regular senior staff meetings. By “regular” I mean “every week or two” and not “structured.” Last week while we were working on our convention schedule (Glenn to WonderCon, Adriane, Martha, Emily, Evelyn and me at Washington’s Awesome Con, me at C2E2, etc. Show More Summary
Warner Bros. was counting on a home run from the misfire that was the live action Green Lantern film. As that film was in production, the animation division was producing their first CGI-animated DC series, also featuring the hero of space sector 2814. Show More Summary
Only Lovers Left Alive is such a waste of a film. Two hours of nothing happening but Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton looking very attractive and exchanging meaningful glances as they struggle to tolerate the presence of any other characters. ...Show More Summary
A friend of mine has multiple subscriptions at multiple comic book shops. He gets excited for every new issue, and has been consuming comics this way for most of his life. Try as I might, I just can’t understand this, though not because this fervor for comics is foreign to me. Show More Summary
Joseph Illidge's final COLOR BARRIER recounts lessons learned from Dwayne McDuffie and the looks to the future of diversity in comics.
The filmmaker explains how the Dark Knight’s planned cameo grew into a larger role, and talks about the costume tests for Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman.