Hot Exclusive NY Comic-Con Teaser: ‘Afterlife With Archie’

By | Wednesday October 9, 2013 @ 12:08pm PDT
Mike Fleming

EXCLUSIVE: Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, the scribe who helped fix the troubled Broadway musical Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark, surprised a lot of people when Deadline disclosed in March he would write a new line of the venerable Archie Read More »

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TV Teaser: ‘Arrow’ At NY Comic-Con

By | Sunday October 14, 2012 @ 9:39am PDT

The CW presented this highlight reel from the network’s hot new show Arrow today at New York Comic-Con:

Related: ‘Arrow’ Scores CW’s Highest Debut Ratings Since ‘Vampire Diaries’

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Hot Trailer: Marvel’s ‘Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United’

By | Saturday October 13, 2012 @ 7:37pm PDT

It’s not quite The Avengers 2 but it is two of The Avengers together in a new movie. Marvel Animation Studios today unveiled their upcoming new Iron Man and Hulk team up at New York Comic-Con. Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United comes out on DVD, Blu-ray and … Read More »

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Chris Columbus Previews ‘Creepy’ Pic Plans At New York Comic-Con

By | Friday October 12, 2012 @ 8:13am PDT
Mike Fleming

Hollywood routinely brings out the star power for San Diego Comi-Con, but its New York counterpart appears to be getting some love too.

Chris Columbus will join Submarine Entertainment’s Dan Braun and Josh Braun, with writer-director Mike Dougherty (X-Men 2, Superman Returns), tomorrow for the panel Creepy: Reborn and Undead from 11 AM-noon in room 1A14 at Javits Center. There, they will discuss the direction of the horror anthology feature the Brauns, Columbus, Michael Barnathan and Sarah Feldmann Sheehan are producing based on the classic Warren horror title Creepy. Also on the panel is Creepy editor Philip Simon and Overstreet’s JC Vaughn. Columbus will write and direct one of the four stories and oversee creative together with 1492′s Barnathan.

Young fanboys might not be aware, but Creepy was a horror comic magazine staple before the era of graphic novels,  when it was published from 1964-1983 and featured work by some of the top artists like Frank Frazetta and Spider-Man artist Steve Ditko, and writers like Bernie Wrightson, Gene Colan, Richard Corben, Al Williamson, Wally Wood and a host of others. Read More »

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