EXPLORE 'Wanted' - On the Page & on the Screen

Freelance Illustrator Jason Reeves chats about his beginning comics work, his dream projects, and more
Two new Ultimate Comics titles premiere next week and we have 1st look previews of both SPIDER-MAN and THE AVENGERS
Brandon loves comics. In this edition of the column, he goes in-depth with Millar/Hitch's Ultimates run to tell you why
Mark Millar says goodbye to the FF and we have an exclusive 1st look preview @ his final issue
Rick Remender's Fear Agent is currently in "early development" at Universal as the latest part of the Uni-Dark Horse deal
Steve takes a run through the fifth and final season of Stargate Atlantis, and finds that its a satisfying end for the series
Universal has won the film rights to Atari's Asteroids to produce a film "based" on the 1979 arcade game
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, Newsarama has a preview of this week's Fantastic Four #567
Courtesy of Marvel, Newsarama has a preview of next week's Wolverine #72
Artist J.G. Jones talks to Newsarama about his designs for the Red Circle characters that are coming to the DC Universe
Lucas has mixed feelings about the recently released Wanted game. Read on to see the good & bad
Evan Spiliotopoulos has been tapped to write the screenplay for Wanted 2. His other major credit? Pooh's Heffalump Movie
The CBLDF has unveiled its 2009 membership card, and it features the hero Kick-Ass from Mark Millar & John Romita Jr's miniseries
Pirates of the Caribbean director Gore Verbinski has made it official - he's off the franchise and focusing on the film version of Bioshock
Marvel has provided Newsarama with your first look at the cover to April's Kick-Ass #6 by Mark Millar and John Romita Jr
Matthew Vaughn will be moving from Mark Millar's Kick-Ass to American Jesus, telling the story of Revelation set in modern times
Mark Millar sits down with Newsarama to talk about his telling of the Book of Revelation in the three-part American Jesus
The trade paperback comes out this week, and you can read the first full issue of Millar's controversial series