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Nerdist News: JURASSIC WORLD Updates, FLASH GORDON Reboot, and Google Time-Travel!

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AVENGERS 2 Finds Its Ultron in James Spader

He’s managed Dunder Mifflin. He’s helped pass the Thirteenth Amendment. He’s helping the FBI catch the world’s most dangerous criminals. And now he’s going to destroy the Avengers, because that’s… more

Exclusive: DC’s TALON #11 Preview

It’s not easy being an Owl in Gotham City, especially when your one-time court members are hell bent on killing you and you find yourself on Bane’s prison island surrounded… more

Nerdist Podcast: William Shatner

The legendary William Shatner chats with Chris and Jonah about his upcoming show Shatner’s World in movie theaters around the country, his love of making people laugh, and his… more
 

That’s Right, Your New Batman is…Ben Affleck?!

Who would have guessed that all these years Matt Murdock was secretly a cover for Bruce Wayne? That’s right, folks, Warner Bros. announced today that none other than one-time Daredevil … more

Comic Book Day: Vanesa Rodriguez del Rey Brings L.A. Noir to Life in HIT

Across genre fiction, there are certain time periods and settings that are so burned into our collective imagination as to take on a mythic quality. Victorian London, Ancient Rome, The… more

Ales Kot’s ZERO Takes Aim at War Itself

If you don’t know Ales Kot’s name already, you will soon, since he is one of the most dynamic, exciting creators in the industry today. His debut graphic novel Wild… more
 

Comic Book Day: Mark Long’s RUBICON is SEVEN SAMURAI Meets SEAL Team Six

Akira Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai, a seminal tale of masterless samurai banding together to defend an oppressed village from a group of scurrilous bandits, is such a universal story that it… more

Pitch This: DC’s HITMAN

As Marvel Studios continue to dominate the cinema with their universe of characters, and DC/Warner Bros seems to be having a more problematic time capturing the imagination of the… more

Exclusive: ADVENTURE TIME #19 Back-Up Story

What time is it? It’s time for some brand spankin’ new Adventure Time exclusives to get your weekend off on the right foot! Our pals over at BOOM! Studios have… more
 

Newlin Bites The Dust – A “True Blood” Exit Interview with Michael McMillian

Michael McMillian first appeared as Reverend Steve Newlin in Season Two of HBO’s hit series, True Blood. The character has been through a multitude of changes from that initial appearance… more

Comic Book Day: Mark Millar Talks “Kick-Ass 2″, “The Secret Service” & More

For a writer, Mark Millar likes to talk an awful lot, but that’s only because he’s so damn excited about what he’s doing. With Kick-Ass 2, based on his comic… more

Comic Book Day: Brian Michael Bendis and Josh Fialkov Talk “Cataclysm”

It’s the beginning of the end for Marvel’s Ultimate Universe. At least, that’s what Brian Michael Bendis and Josh Fialkov want us to think, as their new universe-threatening mini-series Cataclysm… more
 

Comic Book Day: Jeff Lemire Transcends Space & Time in “Trillium”

For writer/artist Jeff Lemire, his new Vertigo series Trillium isn’t just an exercise in stretching his sci-fi muscles; it’s an exercise in stretching the boundaries of his creativity and… more

Comic Book Day: Tom Morello’s “Orchid” is in Full Bloom

It’s been almost a year since we last spoke with musician-writer-activist Tom Morello about his Dark Horse comic book series Orchid, his music, and his politics. When we last encountered… more

Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky Are “Sex Criminals”

Note: the following interview contains some language that may be NSFW, so suck it up or get back to your spreadsheets already. If the NSA is reading this article, then… more
 

Gear Up for Geek Week with Grant Morrison’s “18 Days”

Known for his highly cerebral comics work and tackling Western pop cultural mythologies with a unique style, renowned writer Grant Morrison’s latest project is slightly more animated. The surly Scotsman… more

Comic Book Day: Pull List for July 31, 2013

Summer may be entering the home stretch as July comes to a close, but like the U.S. Postal Service, Comic Book Day is undeterred by rain, sleet, fog, snow,… more

EXCLUSIVE: Take a Sneak Peek at “Red Lanterns” #22

Nothing says “exclusive sneak preview” like Guy Gardner vomiting copious amounts of blood, right? Right? Well, only if you’re talking about an exclusive sneak preview of Red Lanterns #22, that… more
 

Take a Sneak Peek at Dark Horse’s “Itty Bitty Hellboy”

Before he was the cigar-chompin’, hard drinkin’ hellraiser that we all know and love, Hellboy was a tiny terror, and, as you may recall, we had the exclusive announcement that… more

Comic-Con 2013: The Geek Week Comic Block Lineup

Comic-Con 2013 is upon us, and dance cards are filling up faster than The Flash on Cosmic Treadmill. That being said, you’re going to want to keep Saturday morning freem… more

Comic Book Day: Gail Simone Unleashes the Fury of “Red Sonja”

Gail Simone knows a thing or two about badass redheads. First of all, she’s one herself, which is the kind of real world experience that not every comic book writer… more
 

Comic Book Day: Pull List for July 17th, 2013

Today isn’t just any old Comic Book Day; now I am become San Diego Comic-Con, destroyer of wallets. But while you’re waiting in those long lines outside Hall H, you’re… more

Sam Humphries Talks “Avengers A.I.”‘s Prime Directive

In the wake of the Age of Ultron, the Marvel Universe found itself with a very particular need: a tech-based superteam that can handle the types of threats generated by… more

EXCLUSIVE: BOOM Studios’ “Regular Show” #7 Covers Preview

The animated misadventures of Mordecai the blue jay and Rigby the raccoon in Cartoon Network’s Regular Show have been in panel form in the pages of BOOM! comics for a… more