It feels like nearly every week a new Mark Millar property is being turned into a movie. From Wanted to Kick-Ass, through Civil War, Chrononauts, Jupiter’s Legacy and more, there’s always some new development to discuss with the comic writer.
The latest film based on his work, Kingsman: The Secret Service, was just released on Digital HD and Blu-ray/DVD. We spoke to Millar, not so much to look ahead, but to take a deep dive into that project’s transition from page to screen. How is Millar’s vision get reimagined for the big screen? Why are major changes made in the translation?
Then, of course, he told us about some general ideas he’s had about a potential Kingsman 2 and the madness that sees his Marvel story Civil War being made into a movie. Below, read our Kingsman Mark Millar interview. Read More »
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One of the things that makes Han Solo such a great character is how little we know about him. We know he’s a Corellian smuggler with a long history before we meet him in the Cantina on Tatooine and he won the Millennium Falcon gambling with Lando. And while we’ve heard tons of rumors about a movie possibly filling in those innumerable holes, this week Lucasfilm dropped a massive piece of information about Solo’s past in the pages of their latest Marvel comic.
We won’t spoil it above the jump, but it’s in Star Wars #6 and it’s a game changer. Go and read the comic now or, find out the Han Solo past reveal below. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, May 12th, 2015 by Angie Han
Since last year, a female Thor has been tearing her way through the pages of the Marvel comic book universe. But the heroine’s true identity has remained a secret — until now. She finally reveals herself in Thor #8, released this week. Click through to find out the female Thor identity. Obviously, major comic book spoilers abound after the jump. Read More »
DC Comics has announced that Frank Miller will write a third Batman series to complete what will now be a trilogy begun with The Dark Knight Returns. The Dark Knight: The Master Race is planned as an “epic conclusion of the celebrated THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS saga.”
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When news broke that more Pacific Rim was coming, Guillermo del Toro wasn’t kidding around. He’s in pre-production on the movie, Pacific Rim 2, which will be out April 2017. Before that, an animated series will hit the air. But even sooner than both of those, Legendary has announced a Pacific Rim comic book called Pacific Rim: Tales from the Drift. It is presented by del Toro and features a story by screenwriter Travis Beacham. Below, see some more images and read more about the Pacific Rim comic book. Read More »
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Posted on Monday, March 23rd, 2015 by Angie Han
It’s been nearly eight years since the release of Trick ’r Treat, and we’re still waiting on Trick ’r Treat 2. Not only that, we’re also getting impatient for Michael Dougherty‘s other upcoming holiday-themed horror project, Krampus. So the filmmaker is giving fans something to chew on while we wait.
The filmmaker is teaming up with Legendary Comics for two graphic novels — one tied to Trick ’r Treat, and the other tied to Krampus. After the jump, get details on the Krampus and Trick r Treat comic books, plus a first look at some promotional art. Read More »
Normally we only cover comic books peripherally but, when a company like Marvel reveals they’re going to be ending almost three dozen comics as a result of a new storyline, we figure it’s worth noting.
Speaking to ComicBook.com, Marvel’s SVP of Sales & Marketing David Gabriel confirmed they’ll be bringing 33 different comics to a conclusion as a result of Secret Wars, their massive crossover event which will change the Marvel Comics universe as they know it. What are the 33 Marvel Comics ending? Find out below. Read More »
How accurate a shot is Arrow? Who is TJ Miller playing in Deadpool? Could Spider-Man cameo in Daredevil? Is Daniel Bruhl excited for Captain America: Civil War? Will Marvel bring back the Age of Apocalypse in their comics? What’s the link between Captain America and Cinderella? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
Among the 20 titles that will consist of the newly announced Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens, one that stood out was a prequel comic book. It would reportedly be told from the perspective of C-3PO and take place immediately after the events of Return of the Jedi. Well, that comic now has a title, release window and first image. The comic is called Star Wars: Shattered Empire and it’ll be out in September. See the full cover of the Force Awakens prequel comic below. Read More »