Sorry, Secret Wars. In the inarguably best comic news of the week, original co-publisher Derek Dingle, along with writer/producer Reggie Hudlin and artist Denys Cowyn, is resurrecting the late Dwayne McDuffie's Milestone Media, best known as the home of beloved character Static Shock.
On the list of superhero movies that need to get made is the late Dwayne McDuffie's Static Shock. Fortunately, a group of Static fans have brought Dakota City to life, creating the short film Static Shock: Blackout, about the early days after the Big Bang.
Zack Snyder only dreams he could make a Superman movie as stunning, as fun and as moving as All-Star Superman, the direct-to-DVD movie that hit stores yesterday. This is how you make Superman relevant again: with great storytelling. Spoilers ahead...
Dwayne McDuffie's work is a huge reason why many of us still care about superheroes, and comics generally. He reportedly died today, of unknown causes.
Can a book really become a decent television show? Yes, and here's the proof! Here are 12 shining examples of science fiction and fantasy books that actually got turned into television series that are worth watching in their own right.
Murder shatters the peace in a retirement community for old superheroes, in Gail Simone's awesome Welcome To Tranquility Vol. 1, out this week. The collection of the first six issues of Tranquility comes too late to win new fans and save the series from cancellation, but it's still worth picking up for bizarre…