We look back at 'X-Men: The Animated Series' and celebrate its audacity.
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Author: Brad Gullickson
We dig into the new comic from Robert Kirkman and Chris Samnee to uncover how a simultaneous film and TV adaptation could work.
We return to the early nineties and revel in the unapologetically strange and wonderful 'Gargoyles' cartoon series.
We chat with the 'Lovecraft Country' cinematographer Michael Watson about how he rooted his frame in history while never betraying the fantastical elements of the series.
We talk to the cast and crew of 'Bill & Ted Face the Music' about the philosophical power of excellence and partying on.
We chat with cinematographer Jonathan Freeman about how he manipulated distance literally and metaphorically for the new Apple TV+ series 'Defending Jacob.'
We chat with cinematographer Jay Keitel about the playful variety of cameras used to capture anxiety in 'She Dies Tomorrow.'
We chat with the Emmy-nominated cinematographer about blending the emotions of her characters with her locations.
Mixing 'Leave it to Beaver' fantasy with cold-blooded ritual, 'Lady Killer' is a dementedly dark comic book screaming for adaptation.
The identity of the 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' required years of revision as the characters hopped from comics to cartoons to movies.