This Wednesday, Grant Morrison's first issue of Action Comics hits the stands. This series focuses on Superman's brash early days before his powers hit their peak. According to Morrison, this is "a Superman who can be hurt, who can be messed up, who can bleed." In other words, no amnesia-inducing kisses for this guy.
In 1994, Roger Corman produced a $2 million adaptation of The Fantastic Four that never hit theaters. This deranged lost film introduced novel twists to the Four's origin story...like an evil hobo jeweler.
Let's face it: Santa Claus just isn't cutting it anymore. In this era of movie superheroes, who wants to see an old fat guy with a beard coming down their chimney on Christmas Eve? Here're some suggestions for possible replacements.
It's been over a year since The Dark Knight made a billion dollars and revolutionized genre cinema. At the time, everyone said we'd be seeing a spate of Dark Knight-influenced "dark" superhero films. So are any of them still happening?
Must-read comics are futuristic classics that shouldn't be missed. Of course, not every must-read is perfect. That's why we've rated them 1-5 on the patented "crunchy goodness" scale.
Title: Silver Surfer Omnibus
Date: 2007 (reprinting material from 1968 - 1970)
Vitals: One of the stranger creations from Jack…