This week saw the release of "Marvel Her-oes," a new comic where writer Grace Randolph and artist Craig Rousseau re-cast the Wasp, She-Hulk, Namora and others as high school students, each of whom is hiding her powers from the others while trying to live a "normal" student life.
I picked it up with this week's stack, and like a lot of readers, I love the comic, but hate the name, which seems to have been created f
Most viewers that still watch NBC's "Heroes" are likely doing so out of pure loyalty at this point. While there are still some elements that are worthwhile - personally, I'm loving Robert Knepper's performance, but I'd follow that man straight to Hell if he invited me - the overall shape of the show isn't widely embraced and hasn't been for a while
Ever since NBC hinted that their ratings-challenged superhero TV show "Heroes" might feature a more-than-friends relationship between cheerleader and invincible college freshman Claire and her attractive new roommate Gretchen, the countdown to their lesbian kiss became pretty inevitable
CBR talked to Zachary Quinto about how the "Heroes" star will soon be stepping into the role of "comic book producer" for two titles at Archaia Comics. If you're not really sure what "comic book producer" means, don't feel bad
"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
Grab your Green Lantern costume and leave the sunscreen at home, because the San Diego Comic Con is here! This year's fest features a veritable cornucopia of geek-friendly previews ("Iron Man 2"!) and plenty of stuff Hollywood just wants to plug shamelessly. (Who's ready for "
"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
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
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