IDW Publishing has struck a deal with Disney for a comic book series based on the animated Big Hero 6 television series. The comics are scheduled to arrive this summer.
You may remember that Donald Glover was working on a Deadpool animated series for FX. It was recently announced the project had been dumped by the network, and with the project dead in the water, Donald Glover took to Twitter to share the first episode script.
With the highly-anticipated release of Disney•Pixar’s Incredibles 2 quickly approaching, Dark Horse is excited to return to the adventures of the Parr family and announce some incredible new content: a graphic novel for younger readers and a three-issue comic series based on the new film!
Interesting news out of Lucasfilm, as the production company has announced it has hired Jon Favreau as the writer and executive producer of a live-action television series based in the Star Wars universe.
The Incredibles still stands as one of my all-time favorite animated movies, and one of my all-time favorite superhero movies. With the coming release of Incredibles 2, everyone wants to know what Brad Bird and company will bring our way. Last night, we got our first look at the new trailer.
The Solo: A Star Wars Story full trailer drops on Monday, but tonight, TONIGHT, you can watch the teaser trailer, and that glorious, glorious fur coat everyone is going to be talking about in the morning.
Dark Horse Comics has announced it has landed a deal to release a three issue mini-series based on Disney’s Frozen animated movie.
While everyone is super excited about the Disney/21st Century Fox deal, there is at least one comic book publisher who is probably shaking his head, and screaming, “Why me!?”
Now that Disney has officially announced (and closed) a deal to purchase 21st Century Fox, many fans are excited that the X-Men may now be a part of the greater Marvel Cinematic Universe. But what about the Fantastic Four?
If you were excited for the upcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi from director Rian Johnson, there’s reason to be even more excited, as Disney has announced Rian Johnson will not only be developing a Star Wars television series, but will also plan the next trilogy of Star Wars films.