While Marvel's parent company is making headlines for buying up Lucasfilm, DC Entertainment's parent Warner Bros. is getting attention for much more serious reasons: A power struggle for control of the company that could impact the
DC announced their "Edge" lineup of titles this morning, featuring a huge number of the former WildStorm properties, as well as DC's, well, "edgier" characters, such as Deathstroke and their war and western franchises. Click below the jump to see the info, covers and creative teams to the new Stormwatch, Bl
On sale this week is, believe it or not, the 66th issue of DC Comics' Jonah Hex. Written by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray, the ongoing series about the gritty Western anti-hero has seen a who's who of excellent comic book artists contribute both covers and interior artwork, including Paul Gulacy, Phil Noto, Russ Heath, John Higgins, Darwyn Cooke, J.H. Williams III, Billy Tucci, Dick Giordan
Here's the thing about Jonah Hex: In comics, he was a pretty revolutionary character. He's one of the first real anti-heroes to catch on in comics, trading on the striking visual of his scarred face and the distinctive uniform of the Confederacy that under any other circumstances should've marked him as a villain, operating in a moral area that's just as gray as his coat. He's got a hook to him that other
The "Jonah Hex" trailer has finally hit the wider web, and it looks fun! It's an action movie, so pretty much everything blows up, and Josh Brolin rocks the hideous disfigurement of Hex with only minimal slurring. They
It's hard to believe that a "Jonah Hex" movie is hitting theaters before "Wonder Woman" or "The Flash," but that's what we're looking at. Luckily, "Hex" looks like it's going to be a pretty cool affair thanks to the involvement of Josh Brolin (the star of "No Country For Old Men" and a lifelong Goonie) as Hex himself
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The movie side of the annual pop-culture cavalcade opened with one of the biggest names in the history of film and what could very w