Guillermo del Toro’s upcoming sci-fi action adventure Pacific Rim has...
Stating that the animation biz has changed big-time over the last two decades could probably earn one the Nobel Prize in Obviousness. But animation is still a part of the overall show business industry, and within the toon trenches or without, there is one thing that has not changed: the [...]
Marvel Comics’ relaunch of the blind superhero Daredevil lead the pack with six nominations for the 2012 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards. Announced this week, the annual award recognize achievement in the comic book industry. Daredevil earned nominations for best continuing series, best single issue, best writer for Mark Waid and [...]
Entrepreneurial comic-book legend Stan Lee has been selected by the Visual Effects Society’s board of directors as the 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award recipient. Lee will be honored at the 10th Annual VES Awards to be held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills on February 7, 2012. The Award [...]
They may not get all the press that Hollywood does, but there are still comic books and comic book projects making news at Comic-Con International: San Diego. Up first is a new graphic novel from superstar artist and writer Frank Miller. Titled Holy Terror, the book follows a masked hero [...]
As everyone reading this knows, the San Diego ComicCon is taking place this week. ComicCon is, among other things, the ultimate melding of the comic book, motion pictures and television industries, which these days are pretty darn simpatico. But it was not always so. In 2005 I spoke with legendary [...]
Bat-fans are rejoicing that one of the all-time most-loved comic book stories will be adapted to animation with the release this fall of Batman: Year One from the DC Universe line of original animated features. The original comic was published in 1986 with a story by Frank Miller and art [...]