With the ever-growing interest in Batman v Superman, we explore the dynamic between these two characters via interviews with, among others, Michael Uslan, Greg Pak, Mark Waid, Kevin Conroy, Tim Daly, Kevin J. Anderson, Alan Burnett and Jay Oliva.
In the months leading up to FOX's announcement of the Gotham television series, writer/filmmaker Harry Locke IV was developing his own take, which had been honed and prepared to be brought to Warner Bros. This is the story of that Gotham.
Based on the Hellblazer comic from Vertigo, NBC's Constantine is one of those shows that improves from episode to episode. In this excerpt from an exclusive interview, series star Matt Ryan talks about the show and his character.
Writer Max Borenstein is about as plugged into the world of Godzilla as anyone can be, having scripted the WB/Legendary Pictures film opening Friday, and co-written the prequel graphic novel Godzilla: Awakening. In this exclusive interview he discusses both. BEWARE SPOILERS.
Tonight, ABC airs the first season finale of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and in this exclusive interview executive producers Maurissa Tancharoen and Jed Whedon reflect on the show's shift in tone following events of Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
In this exclusive one-on-one interview, writer Marjorie M. Liu discusses the crafting of the story for Avengers Assembled: Black Widow & The Punisher, the new animated film from Marvel Entertainment that is being released on Blu-ray and DVD on March 25th.
In real life actors David Giuntoli (Grimm) and Sam Witwer (Being Human) are close friends, and tonight they get the opportunity to act together in the Grimm episode "The Show Must Go on." In this brief exclusive interview, Witwer discusses his jump from Syfy to NBC.
Machinima is adapting the Tim Daniel/Mehi Cheggour comic Enormous, the plot of which postulates a world in which life as we know it has ended, and humanity's survivors are on a dangerous mission that brings them face to face with nefarious humans and giant monsters.
If you haven't been watching or gave up on Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., it's worth giving the show another shot as there has been a major creative shift in gears. That's the subject of this exclusive interview with executive producers Maurissa Tancharoen and Jed Whedon.
A great many people were expecting a direct sequel to Zack Snyder's Man of Steel, but instead will be getting a mini version of the Justice League as the film includes (at the least) Batman and Wonder Woman. The Media Geek & Friends comic strip decided to have a little fun with this.
Fan films are everywhere, but one of the most impressive is this animated short from filmmaker Mitchell Hammond which postulates Batman emerging 30 years after Skynet's ascent to power and taking on the resulting world of the Terminators.
If anyone deserves credit for bringing a more serious Batman to the screen in the 1980s, it's producer Michael Uslan, who was determined to be rid of the stigma attached to the character from the series of the 1960s. Now he's producing Batman vs. Superman, which he discusses in this video interview.
John Constantine and Hellblazer are both in the news thanks to the pilot that NBC is producing. Filmmaker Harry Locke IV has beaten them to the punch, however, with this fan film, which he goes behind the scenes on in this excerpt from a "making of" piece.
Marvel's latest one-shot is "All Hail the King," which follows Trevor Slattery (a.k.a. The Mandarin) from Iron Man 3 into prison. In this exclusive interview, writer/director Drew Pearce (who co-wrote IM3)reveals how this short came about.
As Tim Burton's Batman gets ready to celebrate its 25th anniversary, writer Nick Green takes a look back at the controversy of his decision to sign Michael Keaton in the title role and the phenomenal impact the film had on the public and the genre in this article excerpt.
In this excerpt from the final installment of a series of articles, Director/Storyboard Artist/Producer Jay Oliva continues to go behind the scenes on the Superman 75th Anniversary animated short. The discussion covers Doomsday to Henry Cavill's Man of Steel and beyond.
Jay Oliva, frequent director of DC's animated films, continues his behind the scenes guide to the making of the 75th Anniversary Superman short that was released last year and is available on the Man of Steel Blu-ray. For the short, he served as director/producer/storyboard artist.
Last year Warner Bros. premiered an animated short celebrating Superman's 75th Anniversary. In this excerpt from an exclusive "making of" piece, director/storyboard artist Jay Oliva discusses how the short came together.
I, Frankenstein promises a take on Mary Shelley's classic character that - like the graphic novel from Kevin Grevioux - promises to be different from any that has preceded it. In this exclusive interview, writer/director Stuart Beattie discusses the making of the film.
In these video interview clips, actor Christopher Gorham discusses his role as The Flash in Justice League: War, a film still celebrating its New York premiere tonight at the Paley Center For Media despite the snowstorm blanketing the city.
Despite disappointment that Man of Steel 2 has been pushed back to 2016, fascination with the characters of Superman and Batman continues. The dynamic between those two characters is explored via this exclusive interview with writer Mark Waid.
The Justice League is a growing presence in a variety of mediums these days, and this Tuesday that will include Target with the DVD release of JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time. What follows is an excerpt from an exclusive interview with director Giancarlo Volpe.
Insofar as DC fans are concerned, the main event of 2015 will be the sequel to Man of Steel bringing together Superman and Batman. What follows is an excerpt from an exclusive interview with writer Greg Pak about the Superman/Batman dynamic.
Debuting next month on Blu-ray and DVD is the animated adaptation of Justice League: War, based on the first Geoff Johns/Jim Lee New 52 JL storyline. What follows is a piece featuring exclusive interviews with director Jay Oliva and writer Heath Corson.
Fourteen years after the debut of Batman Beyond, there is still tremendous interest in the show's premise and characters. For that reason we've dipped into the archives for this 1998 "series preview" piece featuring interviews with Bruce Timm, Paul Dini and others.