Marvel Studios isn't the only movie studio looking to build some superhero franchises out of Marvel Comics characters, it seems. Not only is Fox planning to start shooting a sequel to X-Men: First Class next January, but it's also planning reboots for Daredevil and Fantastic Four, as well as mulling over the possibility of a New Mutants movie, too. Will Marvel soon find itself playing cinematic catch-up to itself?Talking to Fox Studios chi
On sale now, the May 2012 issue of Playboy features a new illustration by Frank Quitely depicting frequent collaborator Grant Morrison, as well as an interview with Morrison that includes characteristically provocative remarks from the frequent Batman writer, including his belief that the Batman concept is "utterly gay," that there is "nothing noble" about Magneto, and an update on his long in-progress Wonder Woman story. The excellent Quitely illustration includes many character
On sale in April AVX: Versus #1, beginning Marvel Comics' tie-in series to the Avengers Vs. X-Men event. The only newly created sister title for the main event series, AVX is distinct from the that book in that its function is to depict the various bouts in more graphic detail than the Avengers Vs. X-Men narrative allows. Described by editor Tom Brevoort as "literally the fight
Movies: Warner Bros. latest Green Lantern movie poster is suitably sprawling. Ryan Reynolds even looks like he's wearing a real domino mask rather than a painted-on CGI one!
Upcoming: Following a few delays, it looks like Batwoman from J.H. Williams III is go for a September launch.
The character roster for Marvel Vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds continues to expand as the title's February 15, 2011 release date approaches, but the motives of each combatant have remained unclear up to this point. It's not a huge deal or anything, any excuse for this group of characters to punch each other is a good o
When we talked to the makers of "Marvel Vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds" earlier this week about unveiling new characters and costumes during NYCC, we were more or less told that whatever was announced during the game's Friday night panel would blow our little minds
From the unusual teamups department: Back in 1976, Jack Kirby --the X-Men, Fantastic Four and Hulk co-creator -- got the chance to go backstage at a Wings concert and meet Paul and Linda McCartney, where he presented them them a picture he'd drawn of them with the X-Men villain Magneto (left)