With Marvel releasing The Avengers next year and DC slowly but surely progressing to an eventual Justice League movie, we thought it was worth looking at some other collections of superpowered studs to see who else could thrive on the silver screen.
There's a comic out right now called SVK, and it's relying on one of the strangest gimmicks we've ever heard of—a UV light. If you're skeptical about it, keep in mind that this idea comes straight from the brain of one of comic's greatest talents—Warren Ellis. Yes, really.
The Avengers is in production right now, with months of post-production ahead for director Joss Whedon. But Joss, one of our favorite writer-directors, has plans for his next project. And we're already clamoring for it.
A week or so ago, comics' own internet messiah, Warren Ellis, challenged his readers to redesign the cover to Stan Lee and Jack Kirby's first issue of Fantastic Four, with next to no information to go on. Here are some of the wonderfully unhinged responses.
The runaway success of AMC's new zombie series—based on the long-running Image book—got us thinking about other comics that could snag audiences, thanks to premises that involve neither flights nor tights.