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The actor hopes to work out a deal' to properly credit writer and artist Daniel Clowes. Shia LaBeouf hopes to work out a deal to give Daniel Clowes proper credit for his short film HowardCantour.com , which caused an uproar this week for its glaring
Hours after the posting, comic book fans began noticing that the work bore a significant resemblance to Daniel Clowes' 2007 piece "Justin M...Not only was it the same idea unhappy film critic LaBeouf's film opened with a voice-over that is a word-for-
Conrad Black is both famous and notorious for being a man of many words. He is the author of half a dozen massive tomes, books heavy enough to flatten your feet if dropped the wrong way. In these hefty volumes and in his frequent newspaper columns,
The most difficult part of being a superhero might not be the superheroics. For caped heroine Starling (civilian name Amy Sturgess), catching criminals is no less stressful than dealing with her conniving co-worker, her delinquent brother or her cat-
How does the 'Unholy Storm' graphic novel cover compare? There's another "Castle" -derived graphic novel, "Unholy Storm," coming this spring. This marks the fourth illustrated version of a Derrick Storm novel and the 13th Richard Castle book overall.
Underrated' fifth Beatle becomes comic book and film star Arts reporter, BBC News Brian Epstein was just 32 when he died in 1967. His death, caused by an accidental overdose from a sedative, shocked the millions who knew him as manager of The Beatles.
Courtesy of 42 West The "Bring it On" director will take on the movie adaptation of the best-selling graphic novel, which chronicles the final years of Beatles manager Brian Epstein. our editor recommends The novel recounts the story of Epstein, the
Paradoxically enough, he laughs when this is pointed to him during a telephone interview...On the flyleaf to March: Book One , the graphic memoir authored by Lewis, Andrew Aydin and artist Nate Powell, there is a photo typical of Lewis, a civil
That's why it's always refreshing to see our community finding new ways to engage PWDs (people with diabetes) with superheroes , interactive story games , and even fantasy video games for hardcore gamerz. Now a husband and wife team in New York
Alaska If you've opened a newspaper from one of Alaska's major cities, chances are you're familiar with the work of Chad Carpenter, creator of "Tundra" comics. His pot-bellied, large-nosed, hapless cartoon characters have populated the local funny