The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled yesterday that DC Comics owners Warner Bros will be allowed to make use of documents stolen from the office of the lawyer representing the heirs of Superman creators Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster in their suit against that lawyer
Responding to Acting Auditions' plot synopsis for the live action Akira film on the way from Warner Bros., Curious Old Library's Chris Schweizer has illustrated his tongue-in-cheek excitement for a film that seems desperate to deviate from Katsuhiro Otomo's manga source material as much as possible. Known as "White Akira" among detr
It's been an uncommonly frank couple of weeks for comic book filmmakers, especially if you count the hilariously stupid and very public remarks of X-Men: The Last Stand director Brett Ratner about his imagined sexual history with
In a New York Times piece published this week, writer Nick Bilton makes the keen observation that the cultural ascension of hacker group Anonymous has been a financial boon for Warner Bros., the media company that owns the Guy Fawkes image that protesters wear as a mask. Based on the character "V" from Alan Moore and David Lloyd's classic graphic no
To quote Tetsuo: "Hrrngg... hrrngg..."
Just when it seemed that plans to produce a live-action American film based on AKIRA, the seminal and sacrosanct manga and anime created by Katsuhiro Otomo, had been scuttled in the name of good taste, it turns out the project is actually very much alive. Variety reports the film, produced by Warn
No, you did not misread that headline. As reported by both Joystiq and Kotaku, Warner Bros. Interactive is developing Gotham City Impostors, a multiplayer first-person shooter set in Batman's hometown where players will take on characters "inspired by" Batman and the Joker and shoot each o
As woefully incapable as most of us would be of successfully defeating cosmic fear entities, the thought of possessing the powers of a Green Lantern can be pretty appealing. Flight, not dying in space, getting to hang out with Kilowog -- it's pretty fun stuff on the surface