The news about the Watchmen prequel is only a day old, yet we already have more information about the upcoming books.
The New 52, DC’s - so far successful - attempt to build new audiences by restarting all of its super hero lines, is in its fifth month.
Watchmen is widely recognized as one of the greatest - and best-selling - graphic novels in history.
There have been lots of rumors over the last few months regarding the plot and characters of the new Spider-Man film.
The CW’s take on Green Arrow won’t match the character already developed for Smallville.
There has been a trend lately of remakes and reboots, much to the chagrin of many critics and fans.
Last year, a first issue Superman originally stolen from Nicholas Cage was eventually recovered from a storage locker - with the comic ultimately selling at auction for $2.1 million.
Dynamite Comics has confirmed the upcoming release of Voltron: Year One, which follows the success of its primary Voltron line.
For years, Smallville seemed like the show that wouldn’t die for The CW, a primetime only network whose schedule is devoted mostly to teen dramas and youth oriented genre series.
DC has confirmed that it will be replacing six of the titles from the new 52 when their arcs end after issue #8.
Stargate SG-1 and Atlantis ended a long time ago, leaving us with only fond memories of Rodney McKay, Daniel Jackson, Samantha Carter, John Sheppard, Teal'c, Teyla Emmagan and Ronon Dex.
Unless you're living in a cave, you just can't avoid reports of the OccupyWallStreet (OWS) movement.
It's also inflamed two major graphic novels superstars: Alan Moore (V for Vendetta, Watchmen), and Frank Miller (The Dark Knight Returns, 300, Sin City).
Although Marvel's film studios specifically decided not to incorporate 3D into Iron Man 2, they will step into the big cinema craze with future productions.
What better way to show off your inner geek than to deck out your living room with an HDTV themed to one of several Marvel Comics superheros.
Marvel Entertainment has launched an app for the iPad that offers easy access to over 500 comic books, including Iron Man, Captain America, Spider-Man, Hulk and Thor.