​Peter Parker returns to Spider-Man. 'Nuff said.

Those people jonesing for the original, non-Dr. Octopus-inhabited Spider-Man will have a good day tomorrow, as The Amazing Spider-Man #700.1 hits comic store shelves tomorrow. It's set before the switch, so it's not technically in modern continuity, but at least Peter Parker will be webslinging across New York City in… » 12/03/13 1:40pm 12/03/13 1:40pm

This week, Garth Ennis writes Nick Fury and Paul Pope heads to space!

What comics are in stores tomorrow? Among the new books on the stands are Michael Avon Oeming and Brian Michael Bendis' kids' series Takio ("Taki and Olivia are sisters with superpowers! In fact, they are the only ones in the world with superpowers! So obviously, they have to become superheroes!") and Garth Ennis and… » 5/08/12 3:30pm 5/08/12 3:30pm

Science Fiction's predictions for the year 2012

We've all seen the predictions — both fictional and pseudoarcheological — that the world will end in 2012. But while some of science fiction's predictions for the year 2012 are apocalyptic, some are merely disastrous — and a few are downright upbeat. Let's see what triumphs and tribulations science fiction says we can… » 1/07/12 2:00pm 1/07/12 2:00pm

Rob Corddry Wants To Star In Movie Version Of Garth Ennis' Most Violent …

Columbia's live-action adaptation of the Garth Ennis' The Boys is getting quite the rep. First Nightmare's Sam Bayer wants the director gig, and now Rob Corddry wants in. In truth Corddry would make an awesome cokehead/dick superhero. » 3/23/10 6:40am 3/23/10 6:40am

Superhero-Bashing Anti-Heroes Stomp Your Local Theater

Are superhero movies not violent enough for you? Then you should rejoice that Garth Ennis' over-the-top comic book The Boys has been optioned by Columbia Pictures. In The Boys, the CIA forms a special squad to keep superheroes in line, using as much violence as possible. DC Comics' Wildstorm imprint dropped the title… » 2/22/08 6:30am 2/22/08 6:30am