We're changing tact a bit here, looking at the character of Zephyr, a unique entry in the superhero genre whose prose adventures are written by Australian writer Warren Hately. What follows is an exclusive interview with the author, who details what Zephyr is all about.
The Misadventures of Adam West continues with issue #9, co-written by CBM's Ed Gross, in which Adam finds himself in Generic City, where he encounters that world's supposed hero, Fleischer. The two of them go against Flatulence. A seven page preview follows.
Some time ago, CBM's Ed Gross introduced a Superman parody comic called Fleischer. A novelization of the comic scripts is being written and, with Galactus' kind permission, we're offering an excerpt. We would love to get your feedback on this work in progress.
Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox is the newest DC animated film, and one way it's significant is that it features Sam Daly, the son of veteran Superman voice actor Tim Daly, in the role of Man of Steel. CBM's Ed Gross caught up with Sam to discuss the project.
Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox is being released on Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Download on July 30, 2013, and in these interview clips actors Justin Chambers (Flash) and Kevin McKidd (Batman) discuss the film.
Warner Bros. has released a new clip from next week's Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox, featuring Barry Allen (voiced by Justin Chambers) in discussions with the time-altered Batman (Kevin McKidd) about the nature of the Speed Force.
At Comic-Con, CBM's Ed Gross caught up with Arrow star Stephen Amell and discussed the fact that when audiences are reintroduced to Oliver Queen in season two, he's going to be a very different man. Amell shares his thoughts on the next phase in Oliver's journey.
Despite rumors to the contrary, Batman and the Joker get along famously. Well, at least voice actors Troy Baker and Roger Craig Smith do, as they prove in this Batman: Arkham Origins video interview conducted at Comic-Con 2013 by, among others, CBM's Ed Gross.
There have been plenty of rumors about Henry Cavill starring in the film version of 50 Shades of Grey, and in this interview excerpt he discusses how future roles will be impacted by Superman and his thoughts about suiting up again.
In this excerpt from an exclusive interview with Man of Steel storyboard artist Jay Oliva we gain greater insight into how the film's action set pieces were developed, collaborating with Zack Snyder and hopes for the future of the DC Movie Universe.
In this excerpt from an exclusive one-on-one interview, Henry Cavill offers up his opinion on what Superman represents in Man of Steel. Some might disagree, but there's no question that he clearly has a very specific image in mind.
Premiering this month on Cartoon Network is the CG animated series Beware the Batman. In this interview posted at Voices From Krypton.net, producer Mitch Watson details that before settling on the final concept for the show, one idea was a Superman/Batman series.
Despite the fact it's been out for several weeks, the debate over Man of Steel continues. Vadakin - author of the popular "If I Was Making [DC Movies]" articles - has written a massive rant ("Not review," he says) of the film. What follows is an excerpt.
In a pair of short audio interviews conducted in the weeks leading up to Man of Steel's release, actor Henry Cavill discusses his working relationship with director Zack Snyder and what he felt the ultimate power of the film would be.
The action in Man of Steel is pretty much unprecedented, and one of the people responsible is storyboard artist Jay Oliva, who discusses those sequences as well as the controversial ending in this excerpt from an exclusive Q&A session.