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NYCC: Chasing the Crow: A Guide to NYCC 2014

Kaelyn Kelly-Colon writes for Bleeding Cool: I’m somewhat new to The Crow franchise, but when I fall in love with media, I fall hard and fast. Truth be told, I was always very self-conscious about my interest in a variety …

Michael Golden and James O’Barr Extend Today’s Signing At Orbital Comics, London

Michael Golden (Avengers, G.I. Joe, Micronauts) and James O’Barr (creator of The Crow) along with writer/editor/colorist Renee Witterstaetter will be signing and sketching at Orbital Comics today, and have extended their time, beginning at 3pm rather than 5pm, until 7pm. Which will give them additional time to take on …

Things To Do In London In May If You Like Comics – And The British Library

Well, obviously, there’s the British Library. Do we have to mention Comics Unmasked exhibition again, opening today? Maybe just the bit where they’ve recreated webcomics that are no longer available online, such as Dave McKean first hypertext narrative, or listening to …

The Crow To Fly Again From IDW

The spirits of vengeance are coming back with brutal force in The Crow: Pestilence, a new miniseries coming from IDW in early 2014. This series marks the comic-book debut of prose author Frank Bill, who first debuted on the scene with the …

James O’Barr Is Now A Consultant On The New Crow Movie, If It Matters

Relativity have all of the key talent in place for their big-screen reboot of The Crow, with Luke Evans set to star, F. Javier Guttireiez directing, and a script by Cliff Dorfman.

Luke Evans Has Been Cast As The New Crow, Production Pushed Back To Accomodate Him

Bradley Cooper, Tom Hiddleston and Alexander Skarsgåd were all in contention for the role of resurrected rock-n-roll avenger The Crow at some point or other, but none of them, ultimately, have won the role.

James O’Barr’s Sundown Launches On iPad. And Wiggles About A Bit.

From James O’Barr, creator of The Crow, a new western comic, Sundown. Oh yes, and it wiggles about a bit. It’s the first comic from Motionworks Comics, you guessed it, a new publisher of motion comics, although they describe it …

Rumour: James McAvoy Contender To Play The New Crow

There are still plans to reboot The Crow, and now James McAvoy’s name is being tossed around.

Crow Movie Back On – New Writer And Director Named

A recent attempt to reboot The Crow movie series, the undead-rocker-revenge story, based on a comic by James O’Barr,  collapsed amidst legal squabbles between the Weinsteins and Relativity Media – no prizes for guessing which of those parties was coming …

Concept Art Reveals What The Crow Would Have Looked Like If Bradley Cooper Had Stayed With The Project

Right now, there’s no director or star attached to the intended Crow remake* so it’s stalled and, as far as we know, may not ever get moving again. Just recently, however, Bradley Cooper was attached to star for director Juan …

IDW To Publish The Crow

IDW has made a flurry of announcements at this San Diego Comic Con, from Popeye to John Romita Spider-Man, and here’s another interesting one: San Diego, CA (July 21, 2011)—At San Diego Comic-Con today, IDW Publishing announced an all-new series …

Bradley Cooper In Talks To Play The Crow – This Calls For A Photoshop Challenge

Negotiations are said to be at an early stage, but Bradley Cooper is in talks to take up the mantle of The Crow and star as Eric Draven in the new Juan Carlos Fresnadillo movie. If you can photoshop a …

James O’Barr Behind Bars Before Wizard World

James O’Barr, creator of The Crow, has a new version of The Crow on the way with over sixty pages of material. And he’s been appearing at a number of comic book conventions to help promote it. Wizard World Austin, …