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Ben McKenzie and Robin Lord Taylor discuss the latest Penguin-related twists set to impact this Monday's episode of Batman prequel "Gotham."
Daniel Radcliffe talks with SPINOFF about adapting Joe Hill's dark fantasy thriller, getting the prosthetics right, and his Frankenstein project.
Just in time for Halloween, Denis St. John's creepy debut graphic novel brings you monsters, femme fatales, Lovecraftian nightmares and body horror.
"ESPN The Magazine" commemorates LeBron James' return to Cleveland with an homage to "The Amazing Spider-Man" #1 drawn by Miguel Sepulveda.
The long-mused "Gambit" film is reportedly officially in motion, with a screenwriter hired and Channing Tatum on board to star and produce.
The author discusses his new television series, which is devoted to tacking down missing artifacts, from the Ground Zero flag to James Bond's car.
Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples continue their "flawless and consistent vision" with "Saga" #24, the last issue before the planned hiatus.
The superheroic superstar is pleased at this week's news that "Black Panther" and "Captain Marvel" films are in the works from Marvel Studios.
Archie CCO Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa & Robert Hack discusses their horrific new "Sabrina" series, the future of "Afterlife," Dark Circle and more.
"The Crow" creator James O’Barr explains what made him change his mind about the upcoming film, which he emphasizes isn’t a remake.
"Bloodshot" #25 arrives in stores next week, and CBR has the exclusive debut of Howard Chaykin's work on the issue!
Storyboard images from Alan Taylor’s "Terminator: Genisys" give a first look at an epic battle scene.
For Halloween viewing, SPINOFF recommends checking out under-the-radar releases like "John Dies at the End," "Resolution" and "Odd Thomas."
Mike Mignola, John Arcudi & Alex Maleev's "Hellboy & the BPRD" #1 is "the best comic to invite new readers into the dark corners of the world."
The latest How It Should Have Ended animation pits Ultron against the Avengers -- and more classic Disney songs.
The Superman supporting characters will serve as series regulars on the upcoming CBS drama series from "Arrow's" Greg Berlanti.
Here's the full slate of the many upcoming comic book-based films -- superhero and otherwise -- scheduled to arrive in the next few years.
Was Grant Morrison's "Arkham Asylum" originally going to feature Robin? And did "Peanuts" really coin the term 'security blanket'?
The sequel to Paul Tobin and Juan Ferreyra's Eisner Award winning series continues, and we have an exclusive preview of the second issue!
Scott Snyder says "Eternal" will return after a break, while discussing possible Amazon plans, a year-long break from comics and more.
The former Marvel publisher uses the world of the zombie classic to build a new comic universe, complete with superheroes.
The actor talks with SPINOFF about writing and starring in the crime thriller, working with Ridley Scott on "Exodus," and his role in the "Star Wars" universe.
"Wonder Woman" may kick off a trilogy; Disney identities mystery woman in "Avengers" trailer & more.
It's the Line's annual Halloween celebration, featuring Batman in the Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, the Phantom in Phantom of the Opera and much more!
Charles Soule shares his thoughts on what it was like to give Marvel Comics icon Wolverine his final (for now) rest, and what comes next.
Cartoonist's estate seeks return of 150-200 pages of his art! Interviews with Howard Chaykin, Sandy Jarrell, Ed Piskor and Danny Fingeroth! Plus more!
Writer Adam McGovern slinks out of his crypt to catch CBR News up on the things going bump in "Nightworld."
Captain America, Spider-Man, Wolverine and the rest conquer the globe in Skottie Young's teaser image.
Jeff Lemire discusses the Legion's time-crossed mission, J'onn J'onzz's father-like role, Animal Man and Green Arrow's growing bromance and more
Check out Marvel's releases for next week including the first chapter of "Spider-Verse" in "Amazing Spider-Man" #9, "Hulk" #8, "X-Men" #21 & more!
Fox has released an early look at this Monday's "Gotham," featuring the debut of Anthony Carrigan as Bat-villain Victor Zsaszs.
Following yesterday's Ninth Circuit loss, Stan Lee Media won't be able to insert itself into Disney's Spider-Man dispute with a theater company.
The "Harry Potter" star reveals what drew him to the fantasy thriller, the challenges of the role and the the story behind his "Alphabet Aerobics" rap performance.
CBR spoke with Cullen Bunn about Magneto's morally murky actions during "AXIS" and his plans for the book's event tie-ins and beyond.
Simon Hanselmann talks about drug humor, depicting depression, his brief conversation with Adult Swim, and ruining cinnamon for everybody, forever.
Looking only at Marvel Phase 3 and Warner's announced DC Comics-based titles, which movie are you most looking forward to?
Gather around the campfire as Rocket and Groot entertain you with stories and catchphrases in Skottie Young & Jake Parker's "Rocket Raccoon" #5.
Eisner Award-winning letterer Todd Klein discusses the new look of Marvel Studios' film logos and how it shifts back to comic book design.
A new look behind the scenes of the franchise reboot reveals the filmmakers want "a movie that feels familiar but also tweaks audience expectations."
"Arrow" and "Flash" casting director David Rapaport is looking for actresses to play sisters Kara and Alex Danvers in the CBS series.