Marvel is in the midst of Kirby Week, a celebration of all things Jack “The King” Kirby (born Jacob Kurtzberg), one of the most influential comic book creators and a founding father of the Marvel Universe. From Aug. 22-28, comic creators and others (like historian Peter Sanderson) will talk about...
COMIC BOOK REVIEWS: DC COMICS ROUND UP WEEK 08-24-2016 Recently I put up an article here on LRM about getting into Batman for new or casual readers (and to an extent, some of the more regular comic book readers out there). I broke it down to three good jumping on points, of which Tom King’s "Batman: Rebirth #1" was used. Show More Summary
Getting the costume right is an integral part of any comic book film. As we all know by now, fans will painstakingly dissect each and every component of the suit to ensure that it’s up to par. The reaction to a superhero’s outfit could make or break the movie before it’s even released. Show More Summary
Suicide Squad comic book writer John Ostrander has clarified his attack of critics that hated the recent big-screen adaptation, but insists he still has a problem with a few people that despised it for inadequate reasons.
The Line It Is Drawn crosses your favorite video games with your favorite heroes for mash-ups we wish were real. The post Comic Book Character/Video Game Mash-Ups! appeared first on CBR.com.
Earlier this year, director Tim Miller had massive success with his feature debut, the Marvel Comics adaptation DEADPOOL. Now Dave Wilson, the creative director at Miller's Blur Studio, is turning to a DC Comics property to makeShow More Summary
Each week, Big Issues focuses on a newly released comic book of significance. This week, it’s Nighthawk #4. Written by David F. Walker (Shaft, Power Man And Iron Fist) with art by Ramon Villalobos (E Is For Extinction, Original Sins)...Show More Summary
Here. That is some nice glassware going on there, maybe the fanciest ever provided a cartoonist at a book signing. it's my job to keep track of these things. Tom Gauld is one of comics' secret weapons and it'll be good to have him on the road this Fall in support of a new book.
By Felix Clay Published: August 26th, 2016
I first noticed Lake Of Fire in my local comic book shop previews. It caught my eye because the blurb was “Knights fighting aliens”. That was all I needed! The post Lake Of Fire #1 Review appeared first on Rogues Portal.
James Gunn talks about when Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2. is set. Michael Dougherty offers an update on the Trick r’ Treat sequel. Doctor Strange might include some intriguing comic book cameos. Andrew Kreisberg discusses why Supergirl is bringing in Miss Martian. Plus new looks at Scream Queens and Lucifer’s return. Spoilers! Read more...
Harley Quinn and the Joker are some of the most popular villains in comic book lore and within DC Comics—but there are so much more. There is no hero without a villain and every villain brings out the best, and often the worst, of the hero in a story. Show More Summary
Sequart Organization is proud to announce the publication of The British Invasion: Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Grant Morrison, and the Invention of the Modern Comic Book Writer, by Greg Carpenter. Moore. Gaiman. Morrison. They came from Northampton, West Sussex, and Glasgow, and even though they spoke with different dialects, they gave American comics a new voice […]
KISS and a virtual Lollapalooza of other comic books coming in the fall.
A message from CBR Managing Editor Albert Ching on the launch of our new site design - and the future of Comic Book Resources! The post Welcome to the New CBR appeared first on CBR.com.
Now that Spider-Man is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, fans are dreaming of the day that the X-Men might share the big screen side-by-side with their Marvel comic book brothers and sisters. We’ve even heard rumors of Marvel possibly...Show More Summary
He has been haunting moviegoers’ dreams and crushing model cities for over 60 years now, but much about Godzilla remains mysterious even today, after all those movies, TV shows, and comic books. For instance, does the giant, rampaging...Show More Summary
When the third Captain America film was in the early stages of development, Robert Downey Jr. and Marvel Studios were still embroiled in discussions for a new contract to see the actor return as Tony Stark. So with one-half of the “Civil War” conflict potentially unavailable, the Russo brothers had one old comic arc in mind to replace it. Read more...
Numerous classic British titles will be reprinted.
SAW II / III / IV director Darren Lynn Bousman has been wanting to take you into his ABATTOIR for quite a while now. He came up with the initial story idea years ago, and it was turned into a six issue comic book series that was published by Radical Comics in 2010 - 2011. Show More Summary