Comicon.com’s PULSE News has spoken to writer Bill Williams about the issue of Justice League Unlimited which he wrote. Williams discusses how he selected the hero lineup for the issue, the basic plot for the issue, and other work he has in the pipeline. The article also includes the first four pages of the comic. […]
Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada revealed that writer Dwayne McDuffie (Justice League Unlimited) will be taking over the monthly Fantastic Four comic book. Current writer J. Michael Straczynski announced his imminent departure from the book, although no dates for McDuffie’s first issue have been announced.
Wow. I knew Saiyuki had some pretty decent popularity, but I never thought it would be so popular as to get not one, but two sequel series. Too bad these sequel series seem to really suck, making me think that Saiyuki is simply the Weiss Kruz of this generation. Previously, Kougaiji was brainwashed by the […]
Three years. This was my third year attending AWA (coinciding with Vic Mignogna’s third anniversary coming to a panel, oddly enough). Some faces are beginning to look the same. Some things are changing. My participation has easily changed, from going one day in 2004 to three days in 2005, to staying at the hotel the […]
ComicBookResources.com has spoken to Matt Silverstein and Dave Jeser, the co-creators of Comedy Central’s Drawn Together, which puts a variety of animation archetypes together into a reality TV show. The pair discuss the characters on the show and what’s coming up in season 3 of the show, which begins airing in October.
With Teen Titans now finished and Robin’s rights now free to use, The Boy Wonder has finally made his debut in The Batman, starting with this season’s premiere. Now, I’ve loved Robin since I can remember – I know a lot of fans aren’t impressed with Robin’s role in the mythos and preferred their Dark […]
The New York Times has spoken to Trey Parker and Matt Stone about South Park and the upcoming 10th anniversary DVD that will contain the co-creators’ favorite episodes of the show (registration required). Among other topics, the duo talk about how they feel about earlier episodes of the show (“We’re just, ‘We thought that was […]
Two new series make their debut in December: Nerima Daikon Brothers and Pani Poni Dash!. Nerima Daikon Brothers, set for a December 19th release, runs 100 minutes and has an MSRP of $29.98. Pani Poni Dash!, set for a December 5th release, runs 125 minutes and also has an MSRP of $29.98. Thinpak re-releases include […]