FRIDAY FANCAST is a regular feature where the staff here at Capeless Crusader offer up our dream actors and actresses for roles in films based on some of the best comics on the market. This installment of Friday Fancast speculates on the much-talked-about possibility of a new Phase 3 Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) picture being […]
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We were lucky enough to catch up with Mike Kunkel, author and illustrator of the Eisner award-winning Herobear and the Kid series, at Emerald City Comicon and ask him a few questions. The first issue of the new arc, “Saving Time,” is available in stores on April 23, 2014. —– To start off, for those unfamiliar or too […]
ICYMI: this week writer and artist Darwin Cooke created a Batman Beyond short for DC’s continued 75th Anniversary celebration for Batman. Cooke worked as a storyboard artist for Batman: The Animated Series and Superman: The Animated Series, and in 1999 he animated the main title design for Batman Beyond. Batman Beyond originally ran from January […]
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Image Comics has issued a press release announcing the first issue of the new series by “Black Science” writer Rick Remender. Remender’s newest series, Low, a collaboration with artist Greg Tocchini, will debut on July 30, 2014 at the price of $3.99. Low is a sci-fi/fantasy adventure, showing readers what happens when explorers from deep-sea […]
When I tell my friends that I almost exclusively read Marvel comics they always give me a sad kind of look. It’s the same kind of look PC gamers give me when I say I love my Playstation 4. There’s a whole world out there, their eyes seem to suggest, if you would just be […]
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20th Century Fox released a final trailer last night for the X-Men Days of Future Past movie set for release on May 23, 2014. In it we get a bit more backstory about what Wolverine has been sent back to do and how he goes about doing it. (Some spoilers ahead) Ok, I have had […]
This behind-the-scenes clip was shown during tonight’s excellent new episode of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Guardians of the Galaxy is due out on August 1, 2014. A little new footage but not much in the way of revelations. Are you still excited? How much so?
Today at 3:50 pm, Larry Fong, the cinematographer for the upcoming Batman/Superman movie tweeted this: I hear film is dead. But can I please finish this movie first? #film #panavision #kodak http://t.co/WblE2alyuy— Larry Fong (@larryfong) April 15, 2014 The picture shows the film camera that he would be using to shoot the upcoming blockbuster. You […]
Son of Batman is an upcoming direct-to-video animated superhero film that is part of the DC Universe Animated Original Movies. It is an adaptation of Grant Morrison and Andy Kubert’s 2006 Batman and Son storyline. The film is set to be released on May 6, 2014.
Oscar-winning musician Hans Zimmer has announced that he intends to return to score the 2016 Batman/Superman movie. Zimmer said that he and director Zack Snyder have been discussing his return, but have yet to sit down to make firm plans. Zimmer scored the Synder-directed ‘Man of Steel’ with great success, as he also did for the […]
DC and Comic Book Resources have announced the book that will “define the Multiverse for The New 52″ is releasing this August. Written by Grant Morrison, the first chapter will be drawn by artists Ivan Reis and Joe Prado. Although this particular story is only a limited series, DC plans to use it as a […]
The highly-anticipated return of Nightcrawler didn’t disappoint, garnering mostly-positive reviews from critics and readers. Claremont is taking him around the world in issue #2, releasing May 14, 2014. Keep an eye out for the variant cover from the magnificent Tim Sale! [FROM THE OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE] This May, Nighcrawler’s loved ones have […]
Finally. Aside from a few side-stories, it’s been over a year since we last saw beloved horror-comics icon Cassie Hack stalking slashers through rural towns across the country. Written by Michael Moreci and Steve Seeley of Hoax Hunters, the newest iteration of the series looks to maintain a fine line between keeping tradition and exploring fresh […]
WGN America is developing a series from producer Doug Jung based on the DC/Vertigo comic book series ‘Scalped‘ written by Jason Aaron and illustrated by R.M. Guéra. Issue #1 was published on January 3, 2007. The critically-acclaimed comic developed as a prospective relaunch of Scalphunter, an older DC character. In the end, the creator decided to […]
Saturday news from DEADLINE revealed that ABC is moving forward on Marvel’s ‘Agent Carter’. Here is a the report from their discussion on shows going to pilot or straight to series next TV season: Then there is Marvel’s stealth Agent Carter project. Last year, the company went into Fort Knox mode on its Agents of […]