Batman: Year One by Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli originally appeared in Batman #404-407 in 1987 and subsequently became one of the most influential Batman stories ever told. The teaser material from awhile back promised that Warrner Animation was going to follow the source material very closely — and based on this trailer it looks like they did. The animated movie features the voices of Ben McKenzie as Batman, Bryan Cranston as Lt. James Gordon, Eliza Dushku as Selina Kyle/Catwoman, and Katee Sackhoff as Detective Sarah Essen.
The Eagle first appeared in the Fox Features Syndicate 1940 release Science Comics #1, but then the super-scientist became a super-soldier.
Marvel's original 1955 Black Knight series by Stan Lee and Joe Maneely is likely inspired by the 1954 Black Knight film starring Alan Ladd.
Even in a pop-cultural world where ordinary zombies have become mainstream, the Crossed series by Ennis and Jacen Burrows left its mark.
Whiz Comics 4, published with US Presidential election season in full swing, features Sivana subverting the election with his daughter's help
Flash Comics #5 features a fascinating story about collecting, and a King Standish cover by Jon L. Brummer.
Amazing Spider-Man #149 by Gerry Conway and Ross Andru (and with cover by Gil Kane) would become a controversial moment for the character.
In this episode, Jason chats with Derek Presley, writer/director, and Jason Starne, producer of Whitetail, releasing this month. Say the producers:
You can't claim your movie is feminist if you center your male characters for the entire first ninety minutes and the climactic "last duel."
We now have a reason why Scream is not called Scream 5 anymore, thanks to producer Kevin Williamson. It comes out in January.
This season's Fantastic Fest debuted two new music documentaries focusing on heavily mystique-driven bands: This is GWAR, directed by Scott Barber,
HalloweenKills set records for biggest R-rated and horror openings at the Weekend Box Office beating out Bond and Venom.
DC FanDome has wrapped and the show closed out with a new trailer for The Batman. It made sense from a marketing level that they would debut a new trailer