The Walking Dead #81 is the second in the No Way Out story arc. Rick is making out with a widow, Andrea is stuck outside of the walls of the community, and the builders of the survivors' fortified dwelling may have cut some corners. Robert Kirkman, Charlie Adlard, and Cliff Rathburn combine forces to tell a well told, fun adventure.
The British director is currently filming Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows but in a surprising turn of events it appears he's been offered the job to helm the film adaptation of the currently in development comic.
The sequel to the action-packed re-imagining of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's most famous literary creation, featuring Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law reprising their roles as Holmes and Watson, is scheduled for theatrical release December 16th, 2011.
Marvel Comics has announced a new Fear Itself "maxi-series" focusing on Canadian super-team Alpha Flight. The 8 issue series will be penned by Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente of Incredible Hercules and Chaos War fame, with art from Dale Eaglesham (Fantastic Four, Steve Rogers: Super Soldier).
DC/Warner Bros. Animation has hit another home run. All-Star Superman, the adaptation of Grant Morrison's truly epic -- and actually deserving of the word in this case -- 12-issue comic book series which presented Morrison's version of a possible "Last Superman Story," is one of the strongest animated films in years.
Smart and action-packed, Unknown will treat audiences to a multi-layered thriller featuring historic Berlin as the film’s backdrop. The city quickly becomes one of the story’s main characters and the setting for spectacular car chase scenes as only action producer Joel Silver can deliver on the big screen.
The acclaimed director has said that although a sequel to his sci-fi alien war epic Independence Day is a long way off from being greenlit, it will indeed happen after negotiations settle; Plus an update on his 3D sci-fi epic adaptation of Foundation.