In one of the first surprise announcements of this year's San Diego Comic-Con, writer J. Michael Strazcynski has confirmed the formation of a new company that will bring all of his projects in multiple media together under one metaphorical roof, with comics projects to be published by Image. World, meet Studio JMS.Deadline had the news yest
DC announced several new comics at this weekend's Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo, but the project that seemed to be getting the biggest promotional push -- with a viral marketing campaign, new preview art and even news of TV advertising -- was one they had already announced months ago: The controversial Before Watchmen suite of seven prequel miniseries.The publisher p
#1. Superman: Grounded
Initially intended to be a twelve-issue story following Superman as he walked (adamantly not flying) across America and reconnected with the country and its people, "Grounded" became more a publishing irregularity than anything. It's the Superman story that J. Michael Straczynski abandoned to write a different Superman story, one that's more lucrative and targeted to a wider audience. Stracz
Superman is perhaps best known for the qualities that make him so different from the average American, like being able to fly, shoot lasers from his eyes, deflect bullets, and generally be a solar-powered, nigh-omnipotent alien. But despite his
Heavy is the hand that wields the hammer. Or something.
There's never been a better time for fans that pledge themselves to the Mighty Thor. He's got a top-selling book, a major motion picture active in the works, and a central role in "Siege," Marvel's next major miniseries event. But amidst
This week, IDW will be releasing "Ghostbusters: Past, Present and Future." The holiday special issue, in which the team is hired by a stodgy old rich man to deal with three spirits that haunt him every Christmas, struck me as strangely familiar.
And no, I'm not talking about the obvious sense in that there's several dozen new reinterpretations of A Christm
The biggest event in Spider-Man's history begins this September in One More Day, as Peter Parker must confront the greatest challenge of his life! To celebrate this groundbreaking story, kicking off in the can't-miss Amazing Spider-Man #544, all four chapters of One More Day feature gorgeous variant covers by the red-hot Marko Djurdevic. Each cover features a haunting image of this story's central players, including a top secret fo