Scoop: During last weekend's Calgary Comic Expo, the Darkhorse Comics writer revealed some intriguing details on the months to come regarding drastic changes in the Hellboy universe; Plus Mignola talks about which film adaptation he likes more, working on The Hobbit and his opinion of DC's reboot.
Joe Casey's distinctive style has transcended across superhero storytelling with DC's Final Crisis Aftermath: Dance, Marvel's Dark Reign: Zodiac, and Cartoon Network's Ben 10, which he co-created with his Man of Action creative group. With Image's Butcher Baker, he may have outdone himself.
The Mouse Guard, written and penciled by creator David Petersen, chronicles the tales of warrior mice keeping others safe in a world full of peril. With his latest series, The Black Axe, published by Archaia Comics, Petersen tells the back story of one of the Guard’s best known members, Celanawe.
Hodder's twisted take on the world's first ever post-mortem artist won the Hobo With a Shotgun fake trailer contest and will not only play in front of Hobo in theaters this May 13th & 19th at the Bloor Cinema in Toronto, but will be included on it's DVD/Blu-Ray.
Actor of stage, television and screen, Tom Hiddleston has been tasked with bringing one of the most iconic and devious villains of both comics and mythology to life in this summer's Thor and next years The Avengers.
Marvel Comics announced in February that Canada’s premiere superhero team, Alpha Flight, will return to the Marvel Universe during Fear Itself under the vision of a well known pair of writers Fred Van Lente & Greg Pak. Van Lente took some time to chat about why now is the right time for Alpha Flight, how the team deals with Fear Itself and a gives a little teaser to long time fans.
In January, 2011, Marvel Comics announced that Kieron Gillen would return to writing Asgardian Gods Thor & Loki with Journey Into Mystery #622. The issue hits stores April 13, 2011, and Gillen took time out of his busy schedule to discuss the title that will re-unite him with artist Doug Braithwaite.