Bluewater Productions, Inc. does Norse mythology…with a little sex appeal.
The First Lady of Star Trek has set sail for the Undiscovered Country.
The 85 year-old woman who passed away on December 11th was the original Bettie Page but not the only one. Here we celebrate another of the many lives of the Queen of Pin-Ups.
Writer-artist Bill Willingham's Eisner award-winning comic series Fables is getting a second shot at TV with a pilot episode greenlit by ABC. The creator is understandably cautious in his optimism.
Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev weave witty dialogue and gritty detail into a mesmerizing look at the villains behind Marvel’s next crossover event.
Prolific DC Comics scribe Geoff Johns explains why he's leaving the Justice Society after ten years and what's next.
The acclaimed Batman mini-series, featuring stories by many of today's greatest comic book creators, debuts as a Warmer Premiere Motion Comics series.
Director Christopher Nolan chose not to include many features DVD fans have grown accustomed to out of respect for the actors involved.
Nolan cites “respect for the fans” as a possible reason to not make a third installment in the new Batman franchise.
Forrest J Ackerman died on Thursday, December 4th. Does that mean anything to you? It should.
Bluewater Productions, Inc., is returning to the title that made it famous, but new writer Adam David Gragg is looking to take the 10th Muse into the future!
Bluewater Productions, Inc., announces its comic book releases for March 2009, including Warlock #1!
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince is going swimmingly, thank you very much.
Finally, The Dark Tower is getting a cinematic translation. But don't get too excited: it's NOT the Stephen King version.
PJ Bickett, CEO of Devil’s Due Publishing, is out, with President Josh Blaylock taking over his duties.
The Mouse House may hold the already-delayed production of The Chronicles of Narnia Part 3 even longer and likely will cut a big chunk of the budget.
Bluewater Productions teams with Hand Made Heroes Film & Television to present Edgar Allan Poe’s The Pit and the Pendulum in comic book form!
Actor-singer Patricia Marand, Tony Award nominee for her performance as Lois Lane in the 1966 Broadway musical It's a Bird...It's a Plane...It's Superman passed away on Thanksgiving at her Manhattan home.
San Diego-based comic book company IDW producing a limited series that leads into the much-anticipated new Star Trek film, including links between the new film and the Next Generation films!
EM’s Brent Sprecher chats with Andrew Chung of Jaded Publishing and the Zombie Mosaic project.