Universal's latest animated entry tries to be a bedtime fable in the classic sense. But did it exceed TOO well?
Spin Master's Bakugan toy/ anime property is heading to film, through a Universal/ Stuber Productions deal
We sat down with Top Cow Publisher Filip Sablik to look ahead at 2009 and heard about Cyberforce/ Hunter-Killer, Magdalena, Witchblade and more
How does dinner with Mark Millar sound? How does dinner with Mark Millar IN Scotland sound? Enter now for your chance
Some good moments in this week's episode, but wow - some head-bangingly bad ones as well. We dig into the "Our Father"
Heroes two-parter has wrapped up, and Newsarama takes a look at what it accomplished for the series, the characters, and the road ahead
Sci Fi has finally greenlit the Battlestar Galactica spinoff series, Caprica for an early 2010 debut
The bumper crop of summer comic book movies are all now hitting the DVD market. We take a look at the 2-disk 'Wanted'
Thinking of a DVD for the comic book fan on your holiday shopping list. We help out with the best comics films ever
With the conclusion of Death of the Invisible Woman coming up this week, we spoke with Fantastic Four writer Mark Millar about the series and more
Here's a look at some of the first images from the Toronto set of the big screen adaptation of Mark Millar's Kick Ass
The show's gone for a week, suffers a behind the scenes meltdown...so how does the new episode stack up? Troy takes a look
Perhaps smelling blood in the water, UbiSoft has dropped plans to create a videogame based on NBC's Heroes
It hits stores today, but you can get a little taste of it right now and right here on Newsarama
Did Heroes get moving in the right direction this week? Short answer, yes, as Arthur Petrelli weighs heavily in the storyline
The robots in disguise will pull you into their world as the Transformers will get full-on 3D rides at Universal Studios in Singapore and Hollywood
The co-star of the big-screen adaptation of Mark Millar's Icon series 'Kick-Ass' knows his comic book stuff
Mark Millar's Superman: Red Son and Batman Black and White stories will join the lineup of Warner Premiere's Motion Comics