"Find your balls!" bellowed Rob Liefeld last year from the top of Mount Twitter. The comics creator behind such enduring hits as X-Force and Cable was painfully bothered by 20th Century Fox, the studio that controls the movie rights to Marvel's X-Men characters, for not moving forward with a new film based on Deadpool, another character he created (with Fabian Nicieza) for the House of Ideas. Specifically, Liefeld demanded that Fox film the reportedly excellent script by Rhet Reese and Paul Wernick, who are said t
WonderCon attendees got a heaping helping of Green Lantern movie footage yesterday during the film's official panel. If you weren't able to get into the event, you likely squirmed as attending friends reacted to the preview across your favorite social networks with comments like, "This is way better than the first trailer." An abridged (but still beefy at four min
It's been a Wimbledon-level week of neck snapping for film industry observers curious about Warner Bros.' DC Comics franchise. One day it seemed like the studio would be following Marvel's strategy of a shared cinematic superhero universe, the next day it seemed like the opposite. And what the he
Green Lantern Hal Jordan may be best known for smashing foes' faces with fist-shaped ring constructs, but new merchandise images released by Warner Bros. depict the hero rocking some heavy firepower. It's too early to know if the sp
As mediocre as most movie tie-in videogames are, it's been something of a relief to see that Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters will serve to augment the Green Lantern film rather than simply replay its source material. Of course, that doesn't mean new info on the game doesn't help to shed some light on Warner Bros.' June 17 release. As expected, the game will
As is his wont, comic book creator Rob Liefeld has taken to Twitter to level some devastating blows to the latest subject of his ire: 20th Century Fox, whom Liefeld implored to "find your balls." The studio is developing a film based on Liefeld's character Deadpool, an endearingly psychotic
Attractiveness: People Magazine has named Ryan Reynolds (a fusion of Hannibal King, Captain Excellent, Deadpool and Green Lantern) as this year's "Sexiest Man Alive."
Comic Strips: Even if you tend to think of Mort Walker's Beetle Bailey as a comic your grandpa digs, Wicked Local has a fun interview with the creator that highlights his mili