Presumably, he'll still find time to write about comic books for BMD. Read more...
There have been ten X-Men films released since the year 2000. Unless you're a comic book fan from way back, it's hard to keep up with which ones you've seen, much less who is in them all. And considering the film series is 17 years old, some of the actors who appeared in the earlier films went from unknown to well-known in that time. Show More Summary
Jack Kirby fans hope Google will celebrate the legendary comic book creator's 100th birthday with his very own Google Doodle. The post Jack Kirby Fan Campaign Asks Google to Honor the Comic Legend appeared first on CBR.
LAST MONTH, in a strip he created for Free Comic Book Day, Matt Furie had his characters mourn a memed-to-death friend, Pepe the Frog, as the cartoonist buried his chillaxin’ amphibian. Now, Furie is launching a crowd-funding campaign to bring his iconic “Boy’s Club” character back to life. On Monday, the same day that Furie cracked Time […]
In their latest look at notable comic book firsts, CSBG shows when Tony Stark and Bruce Banner first did science together in the comics! The post When Did Marvel’s ‘Science Bros’ First Work Together? appeared first on CBR.
When Arrow resumes later this year, series star Stephen Amell hopes that Green Arrow will start to resemble his comic book counterpart in a particular way.
Showrunner Sam Catlin tells THR about taking the AMC comic book adaptation on the road in season two. read more
The 80-page graphic novel will adapt the events of Star Wars: The Force Awakens for young comic book readers. The post Star Wars: The Force Awakens YA Graphic Novel Coming from IDW appeared first on CBR.
After playing an iconic superhero years back, Michael Keaton relished the chance to portray a comic book villain in Spider-Man: Homecoming. The post Spider-Man: Homecoming: Keaton Enjoyed Playing a ‘Legitimate’ Villain appeared first on CBR.
The Inhumans are coming to ABC just in time for viewers to have a solid month of Halloween costume planning. ABC announced Marvel's Inhumans will hit the small screen on Friday, Sept. 29 with...
Bibliophile? Academic? Just a big reader? You can take that love of the written word and inject some serious style into your wedding decor. From vintage travel books to graphic novels and comic books to books as favors, we love books as centerpieces. Here are ten creative ways to style your wedding with books.
Like comic book fanboys who write bad reviews of a superhero movie based on its trailer, Megyn Kelly’s interview with raging
Blade was one of the lesser known Marvel Comics characters, but I grew up reading books he was in. In the 1990s he was part of the "Midnight Sons", a team of supernatural superheroes that included Ghost Rider (the #1 hero of...Show More Summary
In the latest Comic Book Legends Revealed, see an amusing result of a disagreement John Byrne had with Chris Claremont's use of an X-Men sound effect. The post Comic Legends: The X-Men/Fantastic Four Sound Effect Battle appeared first on CBR.
Following the recent release of Hellraiser: Anthology – Volume 1, Seraphim Comics has just announced that Hellraiser: Anthology – Volume 2 is headed our way in September! The anthology will feature stories written by returning Hellraiser comic scribes Ben Meares, Christian Francis, Mark Alan Miller, David Ian McKendry & Rebekah McKendry and Matt Murray, as well […]
In the latest Comic Book Legends Revealed, discover how the Teen Tony Stark storyline caused a comic book writer to quit writing Iron Man. The post Comic Legends: What Writer Quit Iron Man Over Teen Tony Stark? appeared first on CBR...
Distribution remains one of the biggest challenges for African-American artists.
Here are the main things you need to know about The Refrigerator Monologues: it is intense, painful, and triumphant. It is NOT a romance. Readers would benefit from some familiarity with common comic book tropes while reading. Also, it’s feminist as fuck. Show More Summary
As much as die-hard fans go to bat for Fox's X-Men movie franchise, there's a general consensus that the studio has largely missed the mark when it comes to translating certain characters' comic book costume designs to the big screen. Sir Ian McKellan wants that to change. More »
From secret agent siblings to evil psychic twins, join CBR as we round up some of the most surprising long-lost relatives in comic book history! The post All In The Family: 15 Long-Lost Relatives Who SHOCKED Comics appeared first on CBR.