Schwarzenegger fights Schwarzenegger in a Terminator Genisys clip. Who could be worthy enough to lift Thor’s hammer in Captain America: Civil War? Michael Keaton and David Tennant are returning to comic book adaptations. Plus, our first hints for Person of Interest season five. Spoilers Now!
An animated feature adaptation of John Layman and Rob Guillory's uproariously funny cannibal cop comic Chew has been in the works for a while, and it looks like the project is truly moving forward. The Chew movie has a script by Layman and has cast its Tony Chu and Amelia.
Image Comics' Chew stars Tony Chu, an FDA agent with the ability to gain psychic insight into anything he eats—which means occasionally eating bits of people. Now the series is getting animated, with a possible live-action TV series to follow.
Giving graphic novels as gifts to non-comics readers can be hard — after all, there are only so many copies of Watchmen one can give before they stop being books and start becoming the construction materials for an Alan Moore-themed play fort.
Comics come out tomorrow! What's the scoop? There are the rebooted adventures of those rebooted X-Men, the new adventures of the old New Teen Titans, and exorcist pets! All that, and Mark Twain!
There's a lot of excellent buzz surrounding John Layman and Rob Guillory's comic Chew, the story of an FBI agent who snacks on the dead to absorb their memories. And now the comic is getting its own TV series.
What screams holiday cheer more than Alan Moore penning Lovecraftian horror? Only a dozen shoggoths, writhing in a riptide of egg nog, intoxicated by their own tumescence. It's comic book Wednesday. Dig it.
Worried that you won't be able to make it through Thanksgiving without help? Comics come to your rescue this week, with timely collections celebrating America and eating, as well as something for fans of Skeet Ulrich and spoon-loving superheroes. Comics!
Hope you've got a healthy appetite when you hit the comic store tomorrow, because with comics about teen vampires, werewolves on the moon and culinary detectives, there's a lot to chew on in this week's comics. Plus new Batman.