Since it was announced, we've been keeping a close eye on Riverdale, the CW's updated take on Archie comics. Different from the modernization of the characters over in the main series from creators like Mark Waid, Fiona Staples, Chip...Show More Summary
Waid, Christopher Sequeira, & Ronilson Freire bring back the Avenger.
Now that we know Marvel's teen heroes have "quit" only to form their own team, are you looking forward to Mark Waid and Humberto Ramos' new series?
Ms. Marvel, Spider-Man, Nova and more resurrect the classic Champions name in a new ongoing from Mark Waid and Humberto Ramos.
When Mark Waid & Mike Wieringo joined forces for "Fantastic Four," it started off with a bang. What do their first two pages together teach us?
Mark Waid and Veronica Fish's "Archie" #9 "and 'Archie' in general succeed because there's a real heart to this comic."
Twenty years ago, DC Comics looked 10 years ahead into the future and found a dark dystopia that would turn into an instant superhero classic. “Kingdom Come,” a four part miniseries written by Mark Waid and beautifully illustrated by Alex Ross back in 1996, asked what happens when the next generation of superheroes doesn’t live up […]
The action heats up in "Insufferable: On the Road" #5 from all-star creators Mark Waid and Peter Krause.
Find out if Marvel Comics already have Heroes Reborn plans afoot for Steve Rogers before Mark Waid and Ron Garney even took over the title.
Mark Waid tells CBR about "All-New, All-Different Avengers'" new Wasp and the interstellar adventure that pits his team against Annihilus.
Mark Waid and Mahmud Asrar's "All-New, All-Different Avengers" #9 follows "good, old-fashioned superheroes" that "will entertain modern readers."
In Mark Waid and Mahmud Asrar's "All-New, All-Different Avengers" #9, All-New Wasp reveals herself and her shocking past to the Avengers.
Pipeline begins a deeper look at Marvel's recent Star Wars comics, starting with high praise for "Princess Leia" by Mark Waid and the Dodsons.
Mark Waid's 'Irredeemable' is coming to the big screen with the help of Adam McKay. News by Peter Derk What happens when you give the powers of a god to someone who's not emotionally capable of handling them? That's the question that...Show More Summary
Hiram Lodge is running for mayor, and Archie Andrews' clumsiness isn't doing him any favors in a new issue from Mark Waid & Veronica Fish.
Mark Waid's comic book, Irredeemable, to become a movie at 20th Century Fox. Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Adam McKay isn't done with Superhero movies just yet. You may remember the writer/director came in to help salvage Ant-Man after Edgar Wright left the project, doing a quick rewrite with Paul Rudd. Show More Summary
Director Adam McKay will reportedly helm IRREDEEEMABLE for 20th Century Fox.
The world’s most powerful superhero is doing great, until he goes crazy and starts killing anyone who stands in his way. Now, his former, less-powerful colleagues, must try to stop him. This is Mark Waid and Peter Krause’s Irredeemable, and a top notch director may soon bring it to life. Read more...
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Mark Waid and Peter Krause's "Irredeemable" will be adapted to film by Fox with "Ant-Man" screenwriter Adam McKay as director.