Warner Home Video's animated adaptation of Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli's authoritative take on Batman's origin story arrives on DVD and Blu-ray October 18, and judging from its first official clip, executive producer Bruce Timm, directors Lauren Montgomery and Sam Liu and writer Tab Murphy stuck pretty close to their Batman: Year One source material. If you've read Year One,
Upcoming: If nothing else, Marvel's Shattered Heroes teasers will have you excited about seeing a glammed-out Hulk in action.
Events: Looking to celebrate the launch of DC's "New 52?" The Beat's got a nice guide to DC's Midnight Madness events all over North America.
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Bryan Cranston, Ben McKenzie, Eliza Dushku and Katee Sackhoff will contribute their vocal talents to the characters of Batman: Year One, the forthcoming animated film from Warner Bros. Animation. Based on the hugely influential comic book by Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli
We generally try to shy away from casting rumors in favor of casting announcements at ComicsAlliance -- preferring to report things that are, rather than things that will probably never be -- but occasionally a rumor is so good it doesn't matter if it's mental fanfiction, and this is one: Katee Sackhoff wants to try out for the role of Detective Deena Pilgrim in the new FX television series Powers, based on the hardboiled crime comic by Brian Bendis and Michael Oeming about street level cops in a world of superheroes and villains.Sackhoff recently commented on her Twitter account that she has already been in talks about playing the role, and was waiting f
Comic-Con may be over for 2010, but its intergalactic equivalent is just getting started in the retro-futuristic 31st century of "Futurama." According to Comedy Central, the show's August 26 episode entitled "Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences" will feature guest appearances by "Simpsons" and "Futurama" creator Matt Groening, executive producer David X
Let's face it - Marvel Entertainment's "The Super Hero Squad Show" isn't for everybody. It's very cutesy, featuring incredibly adorable but not particularly serious renditions of your favorite Marvel heroes