A 1962 copy of ‘Amazing Fantasy’ #15 featuring the debut of Spider-Man, was sold for $1.1m at auction. A classic Stan Lee comic, which originally priced at 12 cents at the time, was sold to a private buyer on Monday, but it’s not be the priceist, that went to a copy of ‘Action […]
They took Charlie Sheen’s spectacular hubristic comments and put them in the mouths of superheroes, with the help of Chris Haley and Curt Franklin of the webcomic Let’s Be Friends Again. Martian Manhunter […]
In an obscenity first, a U.S. comic book collector has pleaded guilty to importing and possessing Japanese manga books depicting illustrations of child sex abuse and bestiality. Christopher Handley, described by his lawyer as a “prolific collector” ofmanga, pleaded guilty last week to mailing obscene matter, and to “possession of obscene visual representations of the […]
Geoff Johns, speaking at New York Comic-Con, confirmed that Warner Bros and DC are not currently planning for a superhero team-up Justice League of America movie. ComicBookMovie reports that when Johns was asked about the possibility of shared-universe films á la Marvel, Johns responded with the following: “I’m going to speak frankly: I think our characters are bigger […]
The Gorillawire team will be at the 5th Annual New York Comic Con this Saturday.
After saving Olympus from the evil Titan lord, Kronos, Percy and friends have rebuilt their beloved Camp Half-Blood, where the next generation of demigods must now prepare for a chilling prophecy of their own: Seven half-bloods shall answer the call, To storm or fire the world must fall. An oath to keep with a final […]
A very interesting Documentary is coming out from WB about the history of DC Comics, and it will be narrated by Green Lantern himself Ryan Reynolds. BURBANK, CA (August 11, 2010) – Warner Bros. Picturespresents an enthralling examination of the creative forces behind the World’s Greatest Super Heroes in Secret Origin:The Story of DC Comics, an all-new documentary that takes viewers behind the scenes of […]
Wonder Woman is a DC Comics superheroine created by William Moulton Marston. She first appeared in All Star Comics #8 (December 1941). Due to her recent re-imagining, I thought it might be fun to collect together a handful of awesome Wonder Woman art. Wonder Woman by Bruno Auriema Wonder Woman by Matthew Stewart Wonder Woman […]
Summer Glau, the actress from The Firefly and Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles star is providing the voice for Supergirl in the upcoming animated movie Superman/Batman: Apocalypse (out September 28 on DVD, Blu-ray, on demand and digital download). In the film, the latest in a Warner Bros.-produced series based on popular DC Comics stories, Glau […]
Marvel comic artist J. Scott Campbell gave the Disney girls a hyper-sexualized, comic book reimagining.
Mark Millar (Wanted, Kick Ass) is such a hot property these days that the mere mention of a new project from him has Hollywood-types chomping at the bit. The comic in question is Nemesis, a new series that Millar is working on with illustrator Steve McNiven. The two worked together previously on Civil War, and the post-apocalyptic Wolverine […]
Its an interesting phenomenon looking at the numbers and how comic books were the entertainment of choice in a previous age and now they are a niche hobby read. Comics and Graphic novels offer a unique visual into storytelling and is truely an artform.
Comic book artist/writer turned entrepreneur Todd McFarlane tells IESB that he’s got “five offers on the table” for a new Spawn movie, ranging from big studio to smaller scale. Todd says that he’s leaning towards the latter, which would “keep it down, keep it dark, keep it grungy”, comparing his idea to “The Departed with something moving in the shadows.” […]
A new direct-to-DVD animated feature starring the Emerald Crusader. Green Lantern: First Flight is the latest in the Warner Premiere series that also includes Superman: Doomsday, Justice League: The New Frontier,Batman: Gotham Knight and Wonder Woman. Look for it in stores on July 21st. Check out the trailer below.
Cable network IFC is readying to announce an adaption of a popular vampire novel as its first-ever theatrical-length movie production. IFC is teaming with Lionsgate for a TV movie based on the “Anita Blake: Vampire Hunter” books. The project is the network’s first-ever feature-length production and could be the basis for more Blake projects if […]
Dabel Brothers Publishing is excited to share not one, but two 5 pg previews this week. The first is for the fourth issue of C.E. Murphy’s “Take a Chance,” written by C.E. Murphy and art by Ardian Syaf. The second preview is for the fifth issue of George R.R. Martin’s “Wild Cards,” written by Daniel […]
Nemesis follows a guy named Arne who, ever since he was a young boy, has been convinced he has super powers. However, since he hasn’t been able to discover his super powers, Arne decides to put an ad out for an archnemesis in the hopes this person will help unveil his secret abilities.
Marvel is now hosting the ’70s Japanese Spider-Man series on their website. a bizarre reconfiguration of the Spider-Man mythos to accommodate aliens, giant robots, and Spider-Man’s alter ego as a motorcycle racer.
Dabel Brothers Publishing is proud to provide a sneak peak of the first 10 inked pages to “The Wheel of Time: Eye of the World #0 – Dragonmount”, with art by Chase Conley. The series is being adapted to comics by Chuck Dixon. The Wheel of Time saga begins here with the “Fall of the […]
Dabel Brothers Publishing is pleased to present a 10 pg preview to the first issue of Dean Koontz’s newest comics project, “Nevermore”, written by Keith Champagne, with art by Andy Smith. STORY SUMMARY Love makes us do crazy things. Meet Robert Godric, whose beloved wife Nora recently died of an aggressive brain cancer. In a […]