Most comic book and superhero fans who love the characters and the medium all understand that a huge debt is owed to writer Alan Moore. The skilled and imaginative works he’s created for the comic book medium and for the superhero genre are some of the most timeless comics anyone can read, with those works often aging like a fine wine.
Did you ever see the Joker… Continue reading Comics on Film: Alan Moore Hates Superheroes, and if You Don't, Then He May Hate You Too
I’ve always loved superhero stories. Old issues of The Amazing Spider-Man and Marvel Team-Up helped me learn to read, and a double feature of Superman and Superman II at the local drive-in was one of the first experiences to spark my love of movies.
In many ways, I wouldn’t be the person I am today without superhero stories – but my most significant superhero movie memories… Continue reading The Geek Beat: Sometimes the Best Superhero Movies Don't Come from Comics
Kevin Smith made his name with realistic banter between comics lovers in Clerks, Mallrats, and Chasing Amy. Now he’s angling to capture the real thing. The indie moviemaker put out a casting call for comics geeks to show up last week at his The Secret Stash shop in Red Bank, N.J., with plans for a
Deadline reports that Paramount Pictures has acquired the film rights for DC Comics’ The Mighty , which was created by Peter J. Tomasi and Keith Champagne.
In the comics, Lt. Gabriel Cole has worked his way up the ranks of Section Omega, with a connection to super hero Alpha One that reaches back to his own childhood tragedy. But when Alpha One reveals a sinister secret, Cole must stop this… Continue reading Paramount Acquires DC Comics' The Mighty