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Did Marvel once ban Christmas stories? How did DC Comics' confusion give us a silent Christmas classic? Why did Wolverine almost kill Nightcrawler over mistletoe?
The live-action remake of Frank Frazetta and Ralph Bakshi's 1983 animated fantasy is envisioned as the basis for a franchise.
For the first time in nearly four decades, Jessica Drew's got a new superheroing suit. Now we want to know, what do you think of Spider-Woman's new look?
The actor talks with SPINOFF about reprising his role as the Master of Lake-town's right-hand man in the conclusion of Peter Jackson's fantasy trilogy.
In a new message to the studio, the hackers suggest they’ll stop the leaks, but first they want the studio to remove “everything related” to the comedy from the Internet.
From Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer joining the X-Men to Doctor Doom getting revenge on Santa Claus, celebrate the holidays with The Line!
A post from "SHIELD's" leading man hints that the avenging archer may appear on the ABC drama.
Joe Harris says it might not be Santa up on the rooftop next week as he discusses his "X-Files X-Mas Special" and the series' next story arc, "Elders."
COMIC REEL: Marvel Wanted Spider-Man In "Avengers"; Hot Toys Debuts Detailed "Age Of Ultron" Figures
A leaked email reveals Marvel wanted a teenage Peter Parker in "Infinity War"; Thanos gets an intimidating toy and more.
The "Sandman" creator revealed via Twitter that his recent remark regarding the Loki actor was not meant to be taken seriously.
The "Colbert Report" host said goodbye to Comedy Central last night, holding two of his most prized possessions.
Is The Flash the world's deadliest killer? Find out Dec. 24 in DC Comics' "The Flash" #37 by Robert Venditti, Van Jensen and Brett Booth.
This is it -- we've reached the top ten of your picks for the greatest comic book artists of all-time. See who made the top ten!
Get your Marvel on with previews of all of next week's releases including the big finale in "AXIS" #9, "Daredevil" #11, "She-Hulk" #11 and more.
New fan film "Crossing Over" pits Dexter Morgan against the Dark Knight in an entertaining -- if unexpected -- face-off.
To celebrate "The Simpsons'" 25th Anniversary, Oxford Dictionaries turned to English professor Michael Adams to examine how the show has changed the language.
Director Colin Trevorrow delivers seasons greetings with a new image from "Jurassic World" featuring Chris Pratt.
Batman Group Editor Mark Doyle discusses his first year on the job, the myriad creative changes under his watch and his vision for the Bat family books.
Kieron Gillen & Jamie McKelvie kick off a new storyarc in "The Wicked + The Divine" #6, an issue with "great promise for what's still to come."
James Tynion IV and Eryk Donovan deliver a final, last-ditch assault on the meme's creator in this BOOM! Studios' "Memetic" #3, on sale Dec. 24.
Jason Reitman’s "Empire Strikes Back" live read has cast Ellen Page as Han Solo and Jessica Alba as Princess Leia.
Allow John McClane, Bruce Wayne, Tony Stark and Gizmo to help make your holidays a little brighter -- with the help of a few explosions.
The theater chain's plan to fill screens vacated by Sony's "The Interview" with "Team America: World Police" has been stopped by Paramount.
Grant Morrison and Cameron Stewart craft "a pretty-near pitch-perfect comic" with "The Multiversity: Thunderworld" #1, focusing on Shazam.
"Cluster" reunites "Sons of Anarchy" collaborators Ed Brisson and Damian Couceiro for a sci-fi military adventure inspired by a historical reality.
Brian Michael Bendis and Andrea Sorrentino continue to explore what happened after Eva Bell's disappearance in "All-New X-Men Annual" #1.
Cyborg denies the existence of the newly-formed Justice League when Steve Trevor comes calling for help.
Celebrating the Blu-ray release of the "Next Generation" finale, the actor talks with SPINOFF about his fan-favorite role, and his rapport with Patrick Stewart.
Jessica Drew's new look appears in the "Spider-Man Unlimited" mobile game before it makes its way to the comics in March.
Matt Kindt tells CBR about "Divinity," his new Valiant miniseries about a Cosmonaut's return from his Cold War mission into outer space... changed.
"Gotham" is looking for its John Grayson and Mary Lloyd; Jon Goldwater says "Afterlife With Archie" film or series "will happen" and more.
The actor, who played The Riddler in 1995’s "Batman Forever", say’s he’d like to return to the franchise, although probably not in the same role.
Josh Neufeld discusses his new book about big data and how we think about privacy, and the state of modern comics journalism
Magik breaks into Doctor Strange's Sanctum Sanctorum in Brian Michael Bendis and Chris Bachalo's "Uncanny X-Men" #29, on sale Dec. 24 from Marvel.
Sony Pictures has cancelled the December 25 release and distribution of Seth Rogen & James Franco's "The Interview."
Writer Peter Tomasi dishes on the relationship between Clark and Diana in "Superman/Wonder Woman" and reveals who Wonderstar is not!
Legend has it, the "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" TV special would have been a lot different if the screenwriter had access to the original picture book.
Scott Snyder & Jock's "Wytches" #3 "succeeds on its ability to stroke readers emotions based on their fears, both real-life and imaginary."
The actor talks with SPINOFF about what drew him to the three-part space thriller, and the joys of working with "Battlestar Galactica's" Tricia Helfer.
Peter David is the next guest for X-Position, and CBR wants your questions for the "All-New X-Factor" writer.