Month: March 2018

Popular illustrator Alex Ross has once more wowed fans in the comics industry with a jaw-dropping take on the iconic Action Comics #1 cover featuring a heroic Superman showing just why he’s humanity’s savior. RELATED: Doomsday Clock’s Mime and Marionette Drawn In Style of B:TAS “Most people coming to comics realize the historical importance of Superman.
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With Supergirl set to emerge from its nine-week hiatus next month, a synopsis for the next episode, “Schott Through the Heart,” teases the death of Winslow “Toyman” Schott Sr., a copycat Toyman and an important conversation between Mon-El and Kara about the Worldkillers. You can read the synopsis for the episode below: SUPERGIRL“Schott Through the Heart” — (8:00-9:00 p.m.
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Taking to Instagram, Image Comics co-founder and Deadpool co-creator Rob Liefeld posted a sketch of a brand-new hero he’s created which is, inarguably, the most Rob Liefeld he’s ever gone. What does this mean, exactly? Well, you’ll have to see for yourself… RELATED: Rob Liefeld Urges Fox To Pass on Disney Buyout Offer The beloved
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It’s always a good time for monster stories, and with Shape of Water a recent Best Picture winner and Pacific Rim Uprising at the top of the box office, it’s understandable if you’ve dedicated an inordinate amount of time to thinking about them lately. And don’t stop now — Oni Press has made a new
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Colin Trevorrow, who directed and co-wrote the 2015 blockbuster Jurassic World, will return to helm Jurassic World 3, targeted for release in 2021. Executive producer Steven Spielberg, who launched the Universal Pictures franchise in 1990 with Jurassic Park, confirmed the news to Entertainment Weekly. Trevorrow, who wrote the script for the upcoming Jurassic World: Fallen
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Krispy Kreme is rolling out Homer Simpson’s favorite treat next month, but only for a limited time, and possibly only in Australia. Appropriately dubbed The Simpsons D’ohnut, after Homer’s signature exclamation, it’s a glazed doughnut dipped in white chocolate truffle with strawberry flavor, and topped with rainbow sprinkles. With this offering Krispy Kreme will undoubtedly
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The Walking Dead executive producer Greg Nicotero would love to tackle a spinoff focusing on ice zombies. With an eclectic history in special effects, Nicotero has become a major part of AMC’s zombie apocalypse, creating some of the show’s most iconic looks and directing some of its biggest episodes. However, with the promise that the
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Aquaman director James Wan is bringing Stephen King’s The Tommyknockers to life on the big screen. Wan and It producer Roy Lee are looking to adapt King’s 1987 horror novel for film. Wan’s Atomic Monster and Lee’s Vertigo banners are working with legacy producer Larry Sanitsky on the new adaptation, as he previously worked on the 1993 television take on The Tommyknockers and
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SPOILER WARNING: This article contains major spoilers for the latest episode of Gotham, “One of My Three Soups,” which as of publication has not yet aired on the west coast. Tonight on Gotham the League of Assassins made way for a new Demon’s Head, as Barbara Kean (Erin Richards) realized the truth of her post-resurrection
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Marvel’s weekly “No Surrender” story, currently running through the Avengers title, continues in April, starting with Part 13 in Avengers #687, where the team begins to discover the truth about the mysterious Voyager. CBR has the exclusive preview of the issue, on sale this Wednesday, April 4. Avengers #687 is written by the team of
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Daredevil Season 3 might be sending former Nelson and Murdock secretary and current New York Bulletin reporter Karen Page on a trip down memory lane. The Register-Star newspaper yesterday posted to Twitter set photos from production work on the show. The photos, taken in Hudson, New York, appear to be a recreation of Fagan Corners, Vermont, Karen’s fictional
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Following the news earlier today that writer Dan Slott will join artist Sara Pichelli on a new Fantastic Four series at Marvel, CBR has the exclusive preview of Amazing Spider-Man #798, one of Slott’s final issues on the book he’s been on since 2008. Part 2 of “Go Down Swinging,” featuring the return of Norman
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Tonight’s episode of Gotham, titled “One of My Three Soups,” sets into motion a major scheme for fan-favorite maybe-Joker Jerome Valeska (Cameron Monaghan), according to series star — and episode director — Ben McKenzie. During a special screening of the episode and roundtable session attended by CBR in Burbank on Wednesday, McKenzie had this to
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Mark Hamill’s performance as the Joker in Batman: The Animated Series remains one of the most iconic iterations of the character, especially because of his voice. Hamill has now explained the inspirations for his Joker performance and how playing the character is a different experience every time. “I don’t do it consciously, but I look back and
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The Fantastic Four are returning to the Marvel Universe in a new monthly series from writer Dan Slott and artist Sara Pichelli. Following the news, the publisher also released a piece of artwork from Pichelli featuring Marvel’s First Family of Ben Grimm (The Thing), Sue Storm (Invisible Woman), Mr. Fantastic (Reed Richards) and Johnny Storm (Human
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Despite its financial success, Star Wars: The Last Jedi deeply divided the franchise’s fanbase. Now, Rian Johnson’s movie has done the same to the Honest Trailers crew — so much so that they invited the person who did the original voiceovers to back his claim up that Rian Johnson’s movie is “the worst Star Wars film
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Attendees at WonderCon in Anaheim were witness to the world premiere of DC Entertainment and Warner Brothers Animation’s latest straight-to-home release feature, Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay this past Friday night. Before the screening, DC All Access host Tiffany Smith moderated a panel discussion on the film with executive producer James Tucker, writer Alan Burnett,
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