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The actor tells SPINOFF how the zombies in SyFy's new post-apocalyptic drama differ from all the others, and why his character is 'all business.'
The superhero spy drama enters its second year with a continued push to reset itself as a more dangerous, driven animal than Season 1.
Jonathan Case discusses his upcoming OGN "The New Deal," which simultaneously homages 1930s American comedy films while exploring social and political issues.
Two residents of the Canadian province want to erect a life-size statue in honor of one of its native sons -- the X-Man known as Wolverine.
Making his feature debut, the filmmaker explains to SPINOFF what attracted him to the YA novel, working with author James Dashner and casting star Dylan O'Brien.
LBCC organizers have announced the Dwayne McDuffie Award, named in honor of the influential comics and animation writer who passed away in 2011.
Patrick Warburton talks "The Tick's" possible return, the upcoming Netflix premiere of "The Woman Chaser" and why he may have to make out with Chris Hemsworth.
DC's villains-turned-mercenaries team may be headed to the big screen courtesy of David Ayer, director of "End of Watch" and "Sabotage."
Yen Press' Kurt Hassler tells CBR News how his company landed the American publication rights to Disney's manga, which is based on a Marvel property.
COMIC REEL: Batmobile Blows Through Gotham; "Walking Dead" Teaser; Movement On "Starlight," "Deadpool" & "Supergirl"
New footage is popping up from behind the scenes of "Batman V Superman" and ahead of "the Walking Dead" Season 5 premiere!
Was Marvel really paid by the government for an anti-marijuana Spider-Man story? Why didn't we get a Frank Miller/Roger Stern Doctor Strange?
Producer Gale Anne Hurd spoke with CBR TV at Comic-Con about getting "The Terminator" made with a female lead and what's next for "The Walking Dead."
Director Wes Ball helms a technically-sound production that lacks any storytelling reasons worth paying to see it.
The Mark Millar/Goran Parlov adaptation is only the latest Millarworld series to land at the studio and the latest space adventure for the "Star Wars" spinoff screenwriter.
The "Supergirl" TV series developed by "Arrow" executive producer Greg Berlanti and Ali Adler has landed a series commitment from CBS.
Capture the flag gets even more intense when mythical ancient beings show up in BOOM!'s "Lumberjanes" #6 by Noelle Stevenson, Grace Ellis & Brooke Allen.
New Guinness World Records have been set, for the most Batmen gathered in one place (542!) and the Largest Comic Book Published.
The Whedonverse veteran chats with SPINOFF about her role in the sci-fi thriller, returning to college, and getting into character as the voice of the She-Hulk.
This week, our artists drew the superhero versions of "Mad Men," "True Detective," "Jeopardy" and more!
Peter David and Scott Koblish present "Deadpool's Art of War" in October, but you can check out a preview now! Plus, Chris Burnham's first issue variant!
Series writer Haden Blackman discusses Elektra's upcoming war with the Assassins' Guild, and the events that lead to the "massive showdown."
"It’s good for cartoons, for the graphic form," the cartoonist says! Interviews with Alex de Campi, Gilbert Hernandez, Ben Katchor and MariNaomi! Plus much more!
"Disney Infinity 2.0" is an upgrade in nearly every way from the original toys-to-life game, and the Marvel heroes are a valuable addition to the roster.
The cast of "The Walking Dead" recalled their favorite character moments, working with weapons, Maggie's possible baby and Daryl's sexuality.
Beyond DC's one-shot, the Teen of Steel lives on with Frank Barbiere's "Secret Origins" as he preps more "Five Ghosts," "Solar" and "Avengers World."
Read previews of Marvel's releases for next week including "Cyclops" #5, "Deadpool" #35, "Mighty Avengers" #14, "Storm" #3 and many more.
Sony has released an animation test from 2016's big-screen "Popeye," introduced by director and famed animator Genndy Tartakovsky.
Fox has set a release date for its long in-development "Deadpool" movie while shifting Josh Trank's "Fantastic Four" to August 2015.
Artist Juan Carlos Ruiz Burgos has drawn several tribute images to the "Saturday Evening Post" featuring fan-favorites from the DC Comics roster.
Bestselling author Daniel H. Wilson shares his thoughts on DC's "Earth 2: Futures End" one-shot and the upcoming weekly series, "Earth 2: World's End."
REVIEW: Morrison & Sprouse's "The Multiversity: The Society of Super-Heroes: Conquerors of the Counter-World" #1
Grant Morrison & Chris Sprouse put together "one of the multiverse's most entertaining comics" with the latest chapter of "The Multiversity."
"Hoax Hunters" co-creator Michael Moreci discusses filling in the time between "Rise" and "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" in the new BOOM! Studios miniseries.
With "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." starting its second season next week, which of the show's new characters' debut are you most looking forward to?
While a sequel to 2012's "Dredd" starring Karl Urban seems unlikely, the most convincing argument for it yet might just be a musical reimagining.
The Image Comics co-founder explains how Jack Kirby can be involved in the landmark issue, and reveals that #199 will consist entirely of 2-page spreads.
Matt Kindt & Cary Nord travel 100 years into the past to tell the story of the Eternal Warrior's original Unity super team in Valiant's "Unity" #0.
Dan Slott and Ramon Perez conclude their look at the untold story of Spider-Man's earliest days in "Amazing Spider-Man: Learning to Crawl" #5.
The writer and executive producer hopes to build a Gotham City that appeals to and surprises both hardcore fans and mainstream audiences alike.
"Boy Meets World's" Cory and Topanga became an iconic couple for a generation of fans, but did the pairing of Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel nearly not happen?
The critically acclaimed "Concrete Park R-E-S-P-E-C-T" continues in October, and CBR has an exclusive preview of the second issue!