Developer Beenox has been releasing Spider-Man video games like clockwork each year since 2010's well-received Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions. With this summer's release of The Amazing Spider-Man movie, though, they've been charged with bringing Marc Webb's cinematic reboot into playable video game form with The Amazing Spider-Man video game. I caught up with producer David Boudreault
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 chara
According to DigitalSpy, rumors are once again swirling that in the wake of another successful "Iron Man" picture, Marvel studios is moving forward with plans for a Luke Cage movie:
It's not exactly a new rumor -- there's been speculation for years that Marvel's been wanting to do a "Cage" movie, to the point where musician/actor/comics fan Tyrese Gibson was reportedly attached to star -- but with the character's continued rise in prominence in the Marvel Universe that includes being a core member of the Avengers (a franchise we already know Hollywood wants to take advantage of), the timing couldn't be better.
If there is a movie, I imagine it'll be similar to the more modern, Azzarello/Bendis take on the character, but while I know the chances of it actually happenin
The newest superpower-themed movie just released its first trailer, and while that's a line I could copy and paste into an article pretty much every week, here's something you've never heard before: It's about an angry, sentient tire named Robert with superpowers that can make people's heads explode. Things get
If you didn't have a chance to watch all 10 episodes of Ed Brubaker's highly enjoyable "Angel of Death" web series on Crackle before it was taken down and sold on DVD, we have some excellent news: It's back online here at ComicsAlliance as one complete movie, and absolutely free to watch.
Created by Brubaker, the "Criminal" mastermind who's been scripting
Since its creation in 1952, Osamu Tezuka's "Astro Boy" manga has become a certified worldwide phenomenon, featured in multiple television series, movies, and books. 2009 alone saw the introduction of two new takes on the "Astro Boy" mythos: a CGI "Astro Boy" movie aimed squarely at the brainpans of American children, and "Pluto," a new manga for adults who want a little bit more from their cartoon characters