Looking for a zany new superhero comic, “War Cry” might just answer your call.
On Tuesday, his first day as Marvel Comics’ new editor-in-chief, C.B. Cebulski admitted that he once wrote comics for a year under the Japanese pseudonym “Akira Yoshida” 13 years ago. The news came to light after Image Comics brand manager David Brothers posted a tweet calling for journalists to ask “Marvel and new EiC CB […]
A week after Eddie Berganza was fired from DC Comics amid claims of groping multiple women, more have come forward with similar accusations.
THR’s Late-Night Lately rounds up the best sketches and guests with a look at what’s to come next week.
DC Entertainment said it is “committed to eradicating harassment.”
Will we get even more flashbacks in the second season of Jessica Jones? When will Jean Grey be returning to Marvel Comics? Is a Power Pack movie back in development? What does Adrianne Palicki have to say about her failed Wonder Woman pilot? Will Inhumans only be lasting for a single season? How did the […]
Jack Kirby’s handiwork can be seen in today’s blockbuster movies.
“Jack Kirby would sit front and center” on a Mount Rushmore to comic artists, says Marvel editor-in-chief Axel Alonso, upon Monday’s centennial.
“The whole comic-book industry knew and loved ‘Fabulous Flo,’ ” says Stan Lee.
The overriding message of “I’m Dying Up Here” is that there’s absolutely nothing funny — or, in most cases, morally redeemable — about the denizens inhabiting this dark world of standup comedy in 1973 Los Angeles. The new 10-episode Showtime series revolves around a group of selfish, self-hating stand-up comics vying for a piece of…
The old school makeover begins with an oversized special issue. read more
The season’s penultimate episode features a few close parallels to the source material, paving the way for the impending finale. read more
Eisner broke ground with noir super-detective comic “The Spirit” and popularized the graphic novel.
“This is what I want to be doing for the next five years of my life,” Eric Heisserer says. read more
Eric Heisserer was writing live-action movie adaptations for multiple Valiant Comics series when he realized he had stories to tell in Valiant’s comic books as well.
Berger Books will be entirely overseen by the editor of the classic ‘Sandman’ series. read more