After high-def success with their Blu-ray release of Justice League: The New Frontier, Warner Home Video has released season 1 of Justice League in a Blu-ray disc release of 2001's Justice League - Season 1.
Robin, The Boy Wonder will be making his way to the CW as a new series is being prepped.
Former classical wunderkind Kenneth Branagh may return Marvel's resident Norseman to his Shakespearean ''roots'' as helmer of Thor's big screen treatment.
IDW to release graphic novel biographies of Senator Barack Obama and Senator John McCain just weeks before the Presidential Election!
Bluewater Productions ventures into historical/political territory with the first-ever biography of Senator Hillary Clinton in comic book form!
Bluewater Productions, Inc., announces its comic book releases for January 2009, including Missile to the Moon #1!
A report this week states that Megan ''the'' Fox will play the lead in a big screen version of the late Michael Turner's comic Fathom.
Warner Brothers is recalling producer Akiva Goldsman, director Francis Lawrence and star Will Smith for a prequel to the box office smash I Am Legend.
The fantasy-horror auteur of Hellboy and Pan's Labyrinth is moving into published fiction with a trilogy about a vampiric virus.
MINX, the line of graphic novels aimed mostly at teen girls, has been axed by parent DC Comics.
With the amount raised in Week 3 of the online auction, the fund to restore Superman's Cleveland birthplace has topped $70K.
In a stunning volley against American iconography and small, defenseless animals, a Muslim cleric has placed a fatwa on Disney's mascot and his fellow mice.
The mocap film trilogy Tintin, from Steven Spielberg & Peter Jackson, has lost its studio support.
SCI FI Channel has cast genre faves David Anders and Kandyse McClure in its upcoming Children of the Corn TV remake.
The Street Fighter star chats about saying goodbye to Lana Lang, and expresses confidence in her ass-kicking skills.
Feel like traveling to Ireland for a one-day college seminar on becoming a Jedi?
Heroes will provide solutions to many of the questions it has raised over two seasons...but the answers will just lead to new questions.
NBC.com announced its new content for the fall season, and each new TV show will launch with robust digital entertainment offerings.
At last, L.A. horror fans can see the highly-anticipated Trick 'r Treat at the 2008 Screamfest.