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Producers Accuse Warner Bros. of Hiding ‘Smallville’ Profits in DC Comics
Producers Accuse Warner Bros. of Hiding ‘Smallville’ Profits in DC Comics
And the legal troubles surrounding Superman just keep coming for Warner Bros. Not only is the company in a never-ending battle over ownership for the character with the family of co-creator Jerry Siegel, but now it faces a new wrinkle in an entirely different lawsuit over royalties from the long-running Smallville TV show: Was DC Comics used as an excuse to shortchange the producers of the show by
‘Smallville Season 11′ Writer Brian Q. Miller Reveals More Comic Details
‘Smallville Season 11′ Writer Brian Q. Miller Reveals More Comic Details
When Smallville first debuted in 2001, its mix of pretty teens experiencing the outré seemed like an attempt to reach the same audience as Buffy The Vampire Slayer. Now that the Superman-before-he-was-Superman show has reached its end, it looks to be taking more inspiration from the Joss Whedon show that lived on as a Dark Horse comic; Smallville will soon launch its eleventh season as a comic bo
‘Smallville’ Returns for Season 11 in Digital-First Comic Series: The Smallvillain Reactions
‘Smallville’ Returns for Season 11 in Digital-First Comic Series: The Smallvillain Reactions
Over the course of ten years, Smallville told the story of Clark Kent growing up and very, very slowly becoming Superman. Last year, the series finally ended, but in a surprising announcement early this morning, DC confirmed that Smallville is returning for "Season 11" as a digital-first weekly comic by writer Bryan Q...
Six Thoughts on the Possibility of a Live-Action ‘Green Arrow’ TV Series
Six Thoughts on the Possibility of a Live-Action ‘Green Arrow’ TV Series
Green Arrow is the latest DC Comics superhero being considered to star in a live-action television series of his own. According to Entertainment Weekly, The CW network is "close" to ordering a pilot for a series featuring the Emerald Archer, currently under development by Greg Berlanti, March Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg...
Wonder Woman Costume from Show You Never Saw Appears on Show You Never Watch, Worn by Actress from Show You Hated
Wonder Woman Costume from Show You Never Saw Appears on Show You Never Watch, Worn by Actress from Show You Hated
ComicsAlliance extends sincerest kudos to NBC and producer David E. Kelley for executing what is one of the cleverest, grandest bits of trolling we've seen in quite some time: Adrianne Palicki's costume from Kelley's much maligned and unsuccessful Wonder Woman television pilot will appear on his latest series, Harry's Law, worn by Erica Durance, who played Lois Lane on the controversial quasi-Supe

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