"Pushing Daisies" creator Bryan Fuller -- who recently left his gig at the superhero show "Heroes" -- talked with ComicsAlliance about his upcoming comic book adaptation of "Pushing Daisies" at DC Comics, the unanswered questions the comic will address, and why moving the story to DC will make it bigger than ever before
With the new season of "Heroes" set to debut next month, ComicsAlliance talked to actor Greg Grunberg, who plays psychic detective Matt Parkman, about the controversial twists and turns the series has taken in recent years, and where it's heading next
"Heroes" fans (a rare breed these days) were dealt another blow after a season of gut-punches when ace show writer/producer (and "Pushing Daisies" creator) Bryan Fuller announced he would not be returning next season. Fuller has been responsible for some of the show's finest moments (he penned the sea
(Carol is on vacation this week, but the show must go on, so please bear with me as I attempt to fill her sneakers for this week's episode.)
"When confronted by our worst nightmares, the choices are few...fight or
Love is the name of the game in this episode of 'Heroes.' Love and finding ones' self, if you really get down to it. Several romances spring up, as heroes test and use their powers for both good and evil
While last week's episode started out with a bang, this week's starts out with an ow-ow. Not to get all girly or anything, but Peter's physique got ripped after he exploded. Which is just as well because we're greeted with a scene of Peter shirtless, wet and getting himself beaten up by the Irish robbers who discovered him for stealing iPods
The first episode of the second season starts off strong, growing to a fever point and ending in a way we can't describe as anything less than absolutely nuts. With quick touch-and-go reintroductions into the lives of our favorite heroes, we get a glimpse of what's been happening over the last 4 months.
On November 7, DC Comics will publish HEROES, a hardcover graphic novel collection based on NBC's Emmy and Golden Globe® nominated television series "Heroes," featuring covers by comic book superstars Alex Ross and Jim Lee and an introduction by "Heroes" star Masi Oka (Hiro). The stories, which mark the first printed graphic novel adaptation of the show, were originally
It's the end of the week. That's when the explosion happens! This week we learn about the time Seacord defeated Gary Coleman in an MMA fight. Okay...that's not true....OR IS IT?!
Q: Well, it's time for a new Explosion, but something feels strange. Different, somehow. I have a sudden urge to drink Mo