Incredible adventures in the Hellboy universe!
Deliverance director signs on to CGI Wizard of Oz flick?!
Robin, Nightwing, and the Birds of Prey get a wing-clip in February when their individual titles get axed.
Best-selling sci fi author Michael Crichton (Jurassic Park) has died of cancer.
President-Elect Barack Obama has won not only the national election ... but ''the battle of the biographical comic books,'' as well.
Sci Fi Wire puts the candidates to the test against 10 classic genre movie threats!
Long-time Heroes executive producers Jesse Alexander & Jeph Loeb were fired by the network on Nov. 2.
The return of “The Todd” to the comic book that started his pop culture empire is welcomed with enthusiasm: Spawn #185 is completely sold out!
Bluewater Productions and Legend Films have teamed up to bring the classic science fiction film Cat-Women of the Moon to a whole new audience with the Missile to the Moon comic series.
Bluewater Productions, Inc., announces its comic book releases for January 2009, including Missile to the Moon #1!
Samuel L. Jackson will step into the shoes of Sho'Nuff for the remake of the 1985 film "Berry Gordy's The Last Dragon"
Iron Man 2 producer Jon Favreau looks to animation master Genndy Tartakovsky for inspiration and a fresh perspective.
The Iron Man 2 producer recently declared that James Cameron’s Avatar will be a “visceral, emotional experience.”
One of the most popular Time Lords in the history of the BBC's Doctor Who, award-winner David Tennant is saying ''Cheerio'' to the title character.
Acclaimed Brit thespians Alan Rickman and Christopher Lee have signed onto Tim Burton's now-shooting Alice in Wonderland.
The film’s original tagline promised that Fanboys was ''coming to our galaxy in 2007.'' But now we can toss out 2008 as well.
New Japanese PM Taro Aso lamented to an audience in Tokyo on Sunday that running the country leaves him too little time for reading comic books.
A new futuristic crime novel predicts the recent economic collapse.
Originally published as part of Mysterious Visions Anthology, creator Brant Fowler will continue Wannabez under his own imprint.
Bluewater Productions, Inc. took a big chance when it decided to publish a comic book using artwork created using the centuries-old practice of wood burning…and it seems to have paid off in a big way!