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Best Of 2010: Comic Book Movies & TV Series

21 December 2010 1:01 PM, PST | MTV Splash Page | See recent MTV Splash Page news »

Once again, it's that magical time of year when we look back on the last 12 months and name our favorite people, projects, and performances that made it so memorable. Yesterday we gave you our list of the Best Comic Books, Webcomics, And Graphic Novels Of 2010, and now we turn our attention to the screen.

This year wasn't short on offerings in the comic book adaptation scene, with television hits like "The Walking Dead" enjoying a similar level of buzz as big-screen hits like "Kick-Ass" and "Iron Man 2." Impressive performances were hard to avoid, too — whether it was the young cast of "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World" or the veteran stars of "Red." It was a banner year indeed, but here were our favorites from 2010.

Best Of 2010: Comic Book Movies & TV

Best TV Series

"The Walking Dead" (AMC)

As if it needs further repeating (it doesn't), Frank Darabont's television »

- Splash Page Team

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Best Of 2010: Comic Books, Webcomics, And Graphic Novels

20 December 2010 1:29 PM, PST | MTV Splash Page | See recent MTV Splash Page news »

There are only a few weeks left until 2010 is behind us, so it's time to look back on the year and recall our favorite comics, comic book movies, toys, games, and other items that made the year so memorable.

Over the next three days, we'll roll out our Best Of 2010 selections, starting with today's list of the best comic books, webcomics, graphic novels, and story arcs of 2010. Keep it locked to Splash Page throughout the rest of the year for more of our Best Of 2010 lists, as well as everything else that carved out a place for itself on our bookshelves, display cases, office desks, and news cycle throughout the year.

Best Of 2010: Comics

Best New Series

"Morning Glories" by Nick Spencer and Joe Eisma (Image Comics)

School is hard enough without brutally murdered parents, ruthless faculty members and stunning betrayals, but we can't thank Nick Spencer and Joe »

- Splash Page Team

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Adrienne Roy, 57 (1953-2010)

17 December 2010 11:29 AM, PST | Comicmix.com | See recent Comicmix news »

Adrienne Roy, whose colorful storytelling was a fixture throughout two decades of Batman and other best-selling DC comic books, lost a year-long battle with cancer on December 14th.

The premier DC Comics colorist during the "Bronze Age of Comics" provided dramatic coloring and storytelling for nearly all of the company's top titles, but is best remembered for her 15-year, 189-issue run on Batman, her 16-year, 202-issue run on the company's flagship Detective Comics, and a 14-year tenure on The New Teen Titans, plus many years coloring other Bat-titles including Brave and the Bold, Robin, Batman and the Outsiders, Gotham Knights and Shadow of the Bat.

Though her initial Bat assignments were for legendary editor Julius Schwartz, she was recruited to color the entire Batman line by editor (later DC president) Paul Levitz, who explains, "Adrienne combined the ability of a set designer to create beauty with the ability of a »

- Anthony Tollin

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Bruce Timm Talks ‘Green Lantern: The Animated Series’

14 December 2010 3:45 PM, PST | ScreenRant.com | See recent Screen Rant news »

With Martin Campbell’s Green Lantern feature film on the horizon, poised to be the next big sci-fi superhero experience (or perhaps another nail in the superhero genre’s coffin?) you can expect to see all manner of Gl-related media and memorabilia popping up in the next year and after.

The most prominent of which will, without a doubt, be the computer-generated Green Lantern: The Animated Series, expected to launch in fall of 2011.

Back in October, courtesy of Nycc and series producer Bruce Timm, we brought you a massive amount of plot information and concept art from the forthcoming series – the look of which is heavily reminiscent of previous animated DC series, including Justice League: Unlimited and Batman: The Animated Series, as well as Star Wars: The Clone…

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Bruce Timm Talks 'Green Lantern: The Animated Series' And 'Emerald Knights' Movie

13 December 2010 1:16 PM, PST | MTV Splash Page | See recent MTV Splash Page news »

Green Lantern is poised to have a big year in 2011, but the live-action film starring Ryan Reynolds as hotshot hero Hal Jordan isn't the only upcoming project with an emerald hue.

Back in June, word got out about not one, but two animated projects in the works featuring Hal and the Green Lantern Corps: "Green Lantern: The Animated Series" and "Green Lantern: Emerald Knights," an animated movie that many speculated would be a sequel to 2009's "Green Lantern: First Flight."

With both projects poised to make 2011 a very good year for DC's ring-wielding hero, I spoke to producer Bruce Timm to get a few more details about each project.

"[The animated series] doesn't follow the direct continuity of the [live-action] movie or 'First Flight' or anything that we've done before, but it doesn't contradict them either," Timm told MTV News. "They're all pretty consistent in terms of Hal Jordan being the Green Lantern and so forth, »

- Rick Marshall

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More Details Emerge for Green Lantern: The Animated Series & Emerald Knights Animated Film

13 December 2010 | The Daily BLAM! | See recent The Daily BLAM! news »

Executive producer Bruce Timm discusses the continuity between the series, the animated feature and the live-action film, as well as the possibility of seeing the War of Light saga and other superhero cameos. Bruce Timm, whose infinite credits include the beloved animated series starring Batman, Superman and the Justice League, is spearheading the latest DC Entertainment franchises based on the Green Lantern superhero mythology. Green Lantern: The Animated Series will be the first computer-generated cartoon featuring DC Comics characters. The story will focus on Hal Jordan, Kilowog (his Corps drill instructor) and an yet to be named Red Lantern. In a recent interview with MTV News, Timm went into more details about the show and the upcoming direct-to-video animated film, Emerald Knights »

- Pietro Filipponi

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Thor Trailer Officially Released!

10 December 2010 4:13 PM, PST | ScreenRant.com | See recent Screen Rant news »

Marvel Comics’ version of the Norse God of Thunder, Thor, made his first appearance in 1962 thanks to the creativity of comic book legends Stan Lee, Jack Kirby and Larry Lieber. Fast forward almost five decades and we’re now getting our first official look at the live-action version of the Asgardian Avenger in the just-released Thor trailer!

The new Thor poster was released yesterday, but it only gave us another look at star Chris Hemsworth in costume, wielding Thor’s mighty hammer, Mjolnir. The trailer gives us insight into Thor’s character, how he gets to Earth and who his allies and friends are.

We got a fleeting official look at director Kenneth Branagh’s adaptation of Thor back in July, via leaked footage that debuted at Comic Con this past summer. However, this latest trailer is our first…

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- Rob Keyes

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Could 'Mass Effect' be the first worthwhile videogame adaptation?

9 December 2010 8:59 PM, PST | Shadowlocked | See recent Shadowlocked news »

Do you remember the Super Mario Bros movie? Either you’ve erased it from your memory, or failing that, it’s ingrained itself onto your brain forever, like some virtual cattle-brand. It was the stuff of nightmares, a true example of Hollywood at its appallingly naïve worst. They took a game based on a fundamentally light-hearted adventure in which two whacky Italian brothers side-scroll across the screen, jumping on Goombas and eating colourful mushrooms (which explains a great deal)... and turned it into a dystopian B-movie. It had zero resemblance to the game except for the slapped-on character names.

Yet for the changes within the industry itself, Hollywood’s take hasn’t changed a bit. If you take a look at the track record of game-to-movie adaptations across the years, it’s plain to see that the standard has not been raised one bit. Movies like Street Fighter, House of the Dead, »

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Alien Prequel is Only One Movie, Official Announcement Soon

8 December 2010 5:20 PM, PST | ScreenRant.com | See recent Screen Rant news »

Last week we reported on the rather unfortunate rumor that the release dates of Ridley Scott’s highly-anticipated Alien prequels had been pushed back, which meant that we wouldn’t be seeing the films until 2013 and 2014.

However, those who were disheartened that they’d have to wait an additional 12 months to see the first Alien prequel can breathe a sigh of relief as those rumors of delays have now been stamped as “false.” Not only that, but the prequel (which we confirmed is actually only one movie) has reportedly been given a new title (which may not be accurate), as well as possibly…

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- Ross Miller

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Mark Wahlberg Turning Sci-fi Short ‘The Raven’ Into a Feature Film

8 December 2010 8:32 AM, PST | ScreenRant.com | See recent Screen Rant news »

He may not be taking part in The Crow reboot, but evidently there’s another big, black bird in Mark Wahlberg’s future. He will produce and possibly star in The Raven – a feature-length adaptation of a six-minute short film released last winter by up-and-coming filmmaker Ricardo De Montreuil.

Not to be confused with James McTeigue’s upcoming Edgar Allen Poe project of the same name, Montreuil created his film in the hopes of receiving some attention from Hollywood. It took eight months of negotiating, but now The Hollywood Reporter is confirming the involvement of Wahlberg and his producing partner Steve Levinson.

The Raven is set in a future where Los Angeles has been transformed into a police state and robot drones are…

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- Chris Schrader

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Morning Meme: Eddie McClintock's Abs are Awesome, Lance Bass for PETA, and Will Nph Play Julian Assange?

8 December 2010 5:38 AM, PST | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

Ruby Rose first made my radar when she hogged all the screentime in a special about coming out with Matthew Mitcham. But I can’t deny the MTV Australia VJ is a charismatic lady. And as an out and proud lesbian, she’s a heck of a role model for gay youth. Now she’s on the cover of FHM, the first out lesbian to do so.

The U.S. Mint has had some misprints on their fancy new $100 bills. So now they’ve had to quarantine 1.1 billion of them until they can be sorted. That’s a cool $1 trillion just sitting there.

Vanity Fair caught up with Pj Bloom, the musical mastermind behind Glee. A lot of interesting things there, but one quote stands out. Bloom may have been responding to a question about the Christmas album, but his answer is fairly universal, “I’d respond by suggesting subtlety »

- Ed Kennedy

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The Hobbit Cast Adds Seven More – Including Cate Blanchett

7 December 2010 5:11 PM, PST | ScreenRant.com | See recent Screen Rant news »

The Hobbit is officially on safe ground after being mixed up in MGM’s protracted financial ordeal. The long-awaited project received the official green light back in October and from then on actors have been joining the cast left, right and center.

Today comes news of more actors joining The Hobbit cast, some of whom you’ll be familiar with – from both in and outside of the Lord of the Rings universe – and some you most likely won’t be familiar with it at all.

Warner Bros./New Line Cinema have announced via press release that well known actors Cate Blanchett, Sylvester McCoy (formerly Doctor Who himself), Mikael Persbrandt (Everlasting Moments, Day and Night) and Ken Stott (Rebus) have joined The Hobbit cast. Blanchett will reprise her role from the Lotr trilogy as…

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Guillermo del Toro’s ‘At the Mountains of Madness’ To Shoot This Summer

7 December 2010 8:00 AM, PST | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Almost every week, Guillermo del Toro's name comes up in regards to something. He's producing this [1], he's developing that [2], appearing here [3], overseeing this [4]. But when is he finally going to get back to directing? After he left The Hobbit, we all assumed del Toro's next film would be [5] At the Mountains of Madness, produced by James Cameron, but there haven't been any updates in a few months. Well, del Toro has changed that with a whole bunch of updates including an estimated start date and more. Read about them after the jump. Del Toro did an interview with the Los Angeles Times [6] in which he stated he's "actively engaged with the project" and last week had a "summit meeting" with Universal. At that meeting, he showed the studio executives all of his concepts and models for the movie, as well as a finished script. He hopes to start filming in June. »

- Germain Lussier

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Allison Mack, John Glover & Annette O'Toole Return to Smallville (Season 10 Episode 13) in 2011

4 December 2010 12:56 PM, PST | BuzzFocus.com | See recent BuzzFocus.com news »

2011 will give Smallville fans 11 more episodes to bask in Clark Kent's (Tom Welling) rise to Superman fame. This past week in Smallville Season 10 Episode 10, "Luthor," John Glover guest starred as Lionel Luthor to show viewers what Clark's life would be like if he were raised a Luthor. Now Lionel's back for at least one episode in 2011. [Possible Spoilers] John Glover will be appearing in Smallville Season 10 Episode 13 alongside Allison Mack (as Chloe Sullivan) and Annette O'Toole (as Martha Kent). Chloe fans will definitely be delighted to hear that Mack will have a few more episodes to kick off 2011. The actor had recently debuted in a web series on Syfy.com called Riese. Mack will also be appearing in Smallville Season 10 Episode 12, "Collateral," alongside Phil Morris (as Martian Manhunter), Alaina Huffman (as Black Canary) and O'Toole. Mack is rumored to star in at »

- Terry Boyden

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'Superman' cover art attracts record bid

2 December 2010 10:46 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Fred Ray's cover illustration for Superman #14 has attracted a record bid at a Us auction, but failed to meet its reserve. According to Bleeding Cool, the highest bid of $$402,111 (£258,108) would have set a new record for American comic book art if the piece had sold. The iconic artwork - which depicts the Man of Steel with an eagle perched on his arm - was salvaged by Batman illustrator Jerry Robinson in 1942. Robinson's cover (more) »

- By Mark Langshaw

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"All-Star Superman" DVD- February 22, 2011

1 December 2010 4:17 PM, PST | SneakPeek | See recent SneakPeek news »

Creator Grant Morrison’s Eisner Award-winning "All-Star Superman" is the newest entry in the ongoing series of "DC Universe Animated Original Movies" from Warner Premiere, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation.

The full-length film will be distributed by Warner Home Video, February 22, 2011 as a Blu-ray Combo Pack, 2-Disc Special Edition DVD and single disc DVD. The film will also be available On Demand and for Download.

"...In 'All-Star Superman', the 'Man of Steel' rescues an ill-fated mission to the Sun (sabotaged by 'Lex Luthor') and, in the process, is oversaturated by radiation – which accelerates his cell degeneration.

"Sensing even he will be unable to cheat death, Superman ventures into new realms – finally revealing his secret to 'Lois', confronting Lex Luthor’s perspective of humanity, and attempting to ensure Earth’s safety before his own impending end with one final, selfless act..."

Voice cast includes James Denton as 'Superman', »

- Michael Stevens

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All-Star Superman coming to DVD

30 November 2010 10:18 AM, PST | Shadowlocked | See recent Shadowlocked news »

Grant Morrison’s brilliant All-Star Superman will be getting the DC Animation treatment.  The story, which was released as a monthly title, has been collected in two trade paperbacks, and is as follows:

“In All-Star Superman, the Man of Steel rescues an ill-fated mission to the Sun (sabotaged by Lex Luthor) and, in the process, is oversaturated by radiation – which accelerates his cell degeneration. Sensing even he will be unable to cheat death, Superman ventures into new realms – finally revealing his secret to Lois, confronting Lex Luthor’s perspective of humanity, and attempting to ensure Earth’s safety before his own impending end with one final, selfless act.”

Voice talent includes James Denton (Desperate Housewives) as Superman, Christina Hendricks (Mad Men, Firefly) as Lois Lane, Anthony Lapaglia (Without a Trace) as Lex Luthor, and Ed Asner (Up) as Perry White, with Angel's Alexis Denisof and Futurama's John Di Maggio in supporting roles. »

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All-Star Superman coming to DVD

30 November 2010 10:18 AM, PST | Shadowlocked | See recent Shadowlocked news »

Grant Morrison’s brilliant All-Star Superman will be getting the DC Animation treatment.  The story, which was released as a monthly title, has been collected in two trade paperbacks, and is as follows:

“In All-Star Superman, the Man of Steel rescues an ill-fated mission to the Sun (sabotaged by Lex Luthor) and, in the process, is oversaturated by radiation – which accelerates his cell degeneration. Sensing even he will be unable to cheat death, Superman ventures into new realms – finally revealing his secret to Lois, confronting Lex Luthor’s perspective of humanity, and attempting to ensure Earth’s safety before his own impending end with one final, selfless act.”

Voice talent includes James Denton (Desperate Housewives) as Superman, Christina Hendricks (Mad Men, Firefly) as Lois Lane, Anthony Lapaglia (Without a Trace) as Lex Luthor, and Ed Asner (Up) as Perry White, with Angel's Alexis Denisof and Futurama's John Di Maggio in supporting roles. »

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All-Star Superman coming to DVD

30 November 2010 10:18 AM, PST | Shadowlocked | See recent Shadowlocked news »

Grant Morrison’s brilliant All-Star Superman will be getting the DC Animation treatment.  The story, which was released as a monthly title, has been collected in two trade paperbacks, and is as follows:

“In All-Star Superman, the Man of Steel rescues an ill-fated mission to the Sun (sabotaged by Lex Luthor) and, in the process, is oversaturated by radiation – which accelerates his cell degeneration. Sensing even he will be unable to cheat death, Superman ventures into new realms – finally revealing his secret to Lois, confronting Lex Luthor’s perspective of humanity, and attempting to ensure Earth’s safety before his own impending end with one final, selfless act.”

Voice talent includes James Denton (Desperate Housewives) as Superman, Christina Hendricks (Mad Men, Firefly) as Lois Lane, Anthony Lapaglia (Without a Trace) as Lex Luthor, and Ed Asner (Up) as Perry White, with Angel's Alexis Denisof and Futurama's John Di Maggio in supporting roles. »

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All-Star Superman coming to DVD

30 November 2010 10:18 AM, PST | Shadowlocked | See recent Shadowlocked news »

Grant Morrison’s brilliant All-Star Superman will be getting the DC Animation treatment.  The story, which was released as a monthly title, has been collected in two trade paperbacks, and is as follows:

“In All-Star Superman, the Man of Steel rescues an ill-fated mission to the Sun (sabotaged by Lex Luthor) and, in the process, is oversaturated by radiation – which accelerates his cell degeneration. Sensing even he will be unable to cheat death, Superman ventures into new realms – finally revealing his secret to Lois, confronting Lex Luthor’s perspective of humanity, and attempting to ensure Earth’s safety before his own impending end with one final, selfless act.”

Voice talent includes James Denton (Desperate Housewives) as Superman, Christina Hendricks (Mad Men, Firefly) as Lois Lane, Anthony Lapaglia (Without a Trace) as Lex Luthor, and Ed Asner (Up) as Perry White, with Angel's Alexis Denisof and Futurama's John Di Maggio in supporting roles. »

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