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Bruce Davison's animation debut in JUSTICE LEAGUE movie by Mania Staff, Contributing Writer
(January 06, 2010)
Bruce Davison debuts in his first voiceover for animation – as President Wilson in Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths, an all-new DC Universe Animated Original PG-13 Movie coming February 23, 2010 from Warner Premiere, DC Comics and Warner Bros. Animat

Billy Baldwin is Bats in JUSTICE LEAGUE Movie by Mania Staff, Contributing Writer
(December 16, 2009)
DIRTY SEXY MONEY star William Baldwin's Dark Knight leads the JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRISIS ON TWO EARTHS

Montgomery & Liu direct JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRISIS by Mania Staff, Contributing Writer
(December 11, 2009)
Story so big it needs two directors!

Exclusive: Remender talks FEAR AGENT by Rob M .Worley, Editor
(December 04, 2009)
Comics creator Rick Remender talks about the FEAR AGENT movie, as well as Heath Houston's return to comics.

Exclusive: Remender talks AMERICAN CRIME movie by Rob M. Worley, Editor
(December 03, 2009)
Comics creator Rick Remender talks about writing and executive producing the film version of his new comic THE LAST DAYS OF AMERICAN CRIME.

Chris Noth Provokes JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRISIS by Mania Staff, Contributing Writer
(December 02, 2009)
LAW & ORDER star Chis Noth is the "Good" Lex Luthor in the upcoming animated feature JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRISIS ON TWO EARTHS.

Exclusive: Remender Plots his AMERICAN CRIME by Rob M. Worley, Editor
(December 02, 2009)
Comics writer Rick Remender talks exclusively with Mania about his new Radical Publishing comic book THE LAST DAYS OF AMERICAN CRIME.

Tim Daly reprises role in SUPERMAN/BATMAN by Mania Staff, Contributing Writer
(September 29, 2009)
'Private Practice' actor Tim Daly returns to 'Superman: The Animated Series' role for the all-new DC Universe Animated Original PG-13 Movie available Sept. 29

Kevin Conroy Returns in PUBLIC ENEMIES by Mania Staff, Contributing Writer
(September 23, 2009)
As the voice behind the landmark series Batman: The Animated Series, Conroy set a standard that has cast a wide shadow over any other actor attempting to fill the role for nearly two decades. Conroy once again dons the animated cowl for the September 29 Wa

Clancy Brown masterminds defeat of SUPERMAN/BATMAN by Mania Staff, Contributing writers
(September 01, 2009)
Fans’ favorite Luthor voice reunites with Tim Daly & Kevin Conroy as seminal roles in all-new DC Universe Animated Original PG-13 Movie for distribution Sept. 29

Jelenic talks BRAVE AND THE BOLD by Chad Derdowski, Contributing Writer
(August 31, 2009)
Producer Michael Jelenic talks about the future of the kid-friendly BATMAN: BRAVE AND THE BOLD show.

Stan Berkowitz declares SUPERMAN/BATMAN PUBLIC ENEMIES by Mania Staff, Contributing Writer
(August 27, 2009)
Screenwriter Stan Berkowitz guides another classic DC Comics graphic novel to animated glory with the September 29 Warner Home Video release of Superman/Batman: Public Enemies.

James Arnold Taylor is both BRAVE AND BOLD by Chad Derdowski, Contributing Writer
(August 24, 2009)
James Arnold Taylor doubles as the voices of GREEN ARROW and GREEN LANTERN in the animated hit BATMAN: THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD

LeVar Burton Charged Up for SUPERMAN/BATMAN by Mania Staff, Contributing Writer
(August 20, 2009)
Star Trek: The Next Generation star adds sci-fi cache to all-star cast of SUPERMAN/BATMAN: PUBLIC ENEMIES

Nick Simmons: Comic Creator INCARNATE by Chad Derdowski, Contributing Writer
(August 20, 2009)
Reality TV star Nick Simmons ("The Family Jewels") makes a solid transition to the role of comics creator with his new Radical Publishing title INCARNATE.

McGinley Menaces SUPERMAN/BATMAN by Mania Staff, Contributing Writer
(August 18, 2009)
SCRUBS doc John C. McGinley Menaces SUPERMAN/BATMAN: PUBLIC ENEMIES as the voice of the villain Metallo.

Comic Book Legends: Roger Stern by Kurt Anthony Krug, Contributing Writer
(August 12, 2009)
Kurt Anthony Krug talks to comic legend Roger Stern about his career writing comics, from FOOM to Phantom to Spider-Man and beyond!

Byung Hun Lee talks G.I.JOE by Rob M. Worley, Editor
(August 07, 2009)
Actor Byung Hun Lee talks about Storm Shadow, Ray Park and his role in the sequel to G.I. JOE: THE RISE OF COBRA.

How Comics Shaped THE MIDDLEMAN by Kurt Anthony Krug, Contributing Writer
(August 05, 2009)
Originally, The Middleman was intended to be a TV series but became a best-selling comic book published by Viper Comics. However, things have come full circle for creator Javier Grillo-Marxuach as The Middleman was picked up by ABC Family last summer and a

Mania Interview: Ray Park Talks Snake Eyes by Robert T. Trate, Columnist
(August 04, 2009)
Darth Maul is late. Sitting there and waiting I realize it must take a lot to coordinate two different halves. I start looking around the room hoping to catch his entrance but instead of seeing a horned toped tattooed faced demon I see this short, stocky g

Wesley Coller Watches the WATCHMEN by Kurt Anthony Krug, Contributing Writer
(July 30, 2009)
Wesley Coller, co-producer for Watchmen, knew he and director Zack Snyder faced an uphill battle when adapting the beloved 1986 classic graphic novel, where super-heroes are outlawed amid a vast conspiracy on the eve of nuclear war (an oversimplification o

Chris Meloni Talks GREEN LANTERN: FIRST FLIGHT by Jarrod Sarafin, Editor
(July 28, 2009)
With breakouts performances on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and HBO’s OZ, Christopher Meloni has effectively played both side of the law. But he’s taking his next legal procedure in an altogether new direction.

DIE HARD Director Explodes Radical's SHRAPNEL by Rob M. Worley, Editor
(July 24, 2009)
The name of the company is Radical and in talking with company chiefs Barry Levine and Jesse Berger on the floor of Comic-Con International, we learned that there's more to the name than just hype.

On The Set of Dead of Night by Kurt Amacker, Columnist
(July 23, 2009)
Greetings, Maniacs. This is Kurt Amacker, your humble curmudgeon from Mania.com’s weekly alternative comics column, The No-Fly Zone. I’ve got a little something extra for you this week that I’ve been sitting on for a while now.

Helfers Sides with Good For GREEN LANTERN by Mania Staff, Contributing Writer
(July 15, 2009)
Battlestar Galactica’s favorite number, Tricia Helfers trades her red dress for a GREEN LANTERN in FIRST FLIGHT!