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From the gang's reversion to their high school selves to the return of a dead Scooby, Joss Whedon's latest Buffy Season resets the clock in twisted fashion.
Batman and Joker faced off once more on Wednesday about a plan to require New York's Times Square costumed characters to be licensed.
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at colored Young Guns variants for "SHIELD" #1 from Steve McNiven, Sara Pichelli and more.
The composer discusses his partnership with Christopher Nolan and how his collaboration with Junkie XL embodies the 'versus' in "Batman V Superman."
Writer/artist Jim Starlin discusses pitting the Mad Titan and a team of cosmic heroes against Annihilus in his new graphic novel, "Thanos: The Infinity Relativity."
Did Miller & Mazzuchelli's "Batman: Year One" lead to Alan Davis leaving "Detective Comics?" And why do Iron Man fans owe MySpace a debt of gratitude?
Meredith & David Finch's debut issue of "Wonder Woman" falls short in an uneven and underwhelming start to the creative team's run.
The writers reveal why they're opting for the classic versions of both properties, which comedian is helping with the IDW/BOOM! project and more.
The "Sex Criminals" artist will pen the cult favorite duck's new ongoing adventures as a private investigator.
"Zap Comix," "Arcade" among additions to permanent collection! Greek cartoonist Ilias Skoulas passes away. Interviews with Matt Fraction and Jules Feiffer!
Showrunners David S. Goyer & Daniel Cerone discuss staying faithful to the character's Vertigo roots while bringing in a brand new audience to NBC.
This week, it's comic book plots that could break the Internet! Batman is a clone? Catwoman is allergic to cats? The Green Goblin is...Uncle Ben!?!
Dark Horse Comics has an exclusive preview of Donny Cates & Daniel Warren Johnson's second issue of "The Ghost Fleet," on sale Dec. 3.
Chadwick Boseman says now is the "right time" for Black Panther; pics from the CW superhero crossover reveal fan favorite villain and more.
As Marvel Studios takes a gamble with "Inhumans," Meagan Damore looks at how establishing them in "Agents of SHIELD" could work for the MCU.
Check out Marvel's releases for next week including "Spider-Man 2099," "Death of Wolverine: The Logan Legacy," "Cyclops," "Deathlok" and many more!
Simon Davis, Ben Willsher and many more "2000 AD" creators joined forces at Thought Bubble 2014 to discuss the history and significance of the UK mainstay.
Jerry Bruckheimer has signed on to produce a television adaptation of Warren Ellis' "Global Frequency" 2002 limited series.
"Saga" scribe Brian K. Vaughan discusses the ever-evolving universe of the acclaimed series, the recent hardcover collection and more.
John Byrne helped to make Wolverine into a comic book superstar, but what surprising actor did Byrne base his Wolverine on? Find out!
Marvel Senior Editor Nick Lowe discusses this week's debut of "Spider-Woman" and the importance of tie-in issues to "Spider-Verse."
DC Comics is reportedly trying to prevent Valencia C.F. from registering a trademark for a new version of its nearly century-old bat crest.
James Gunn has revealed "Volume Zero" of "Guardians of the Galaxy's" Awesome Mix, put together in collaboration with sound mixer Simon Hayes.
Despite strong performances by stars Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson, the penultimate film in the series suffers from awkward pacing and a story that's all setup.
Cinemax has rounded out Robert Kirkman's "Outcast" pilot core cast with four more actors joining series lead Patrick Fugit.
To mark the release of "Batman '66: The Lost Episode," CBR looks at the best of Harlan Ellison's work to appear in comics.
Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie & Matthew Wilson's new arc starts in December, and here's a peek -- plus the debut of David Lafuente's variant cover!
With five actresses rumored to be testing for the role of Jessica Jones, CBR wants to know who you think is the best choice for the part.
The adventure from author Stefan Petrucha is the latest in a string of prose novels set to debut in 2015.
The cartoonist behind "My Dirty Dumb Eyes" talks about working as production designer on the quirky series, and offers updates on her own comics projects.
The first images of the cast have arrived for the upcoming Japanese live-action movie based on the bestselling manga "Attack on Titan."
Rick Remender discusses "AXIS" #6, which saw inverted mutants wreak havoc, Doctor Doom embrace democracy, and Sabretooth on the side of the angels!
How It Should Have Ended has taken on "Guardians of the Galaxy," offering some alternative takes that would have complicated plans for a sequel.
Grant Morrison & Frank Quitely's "Multiversity: Pax Americana" is "a trippy, deep, mind-numbing comic" that brings Charlton characters to the fore.
Writers Jason Aaron, Jeff Lemire, Emma Vieceli and Jason Latour gather for a wide-ranging discussion on the process of writing comics.
The 2015 sequel film receives an ominous teaser that uses the famous footage of vibrations rippling in a plastic cup of water.
Gustin and Amell get honest in behind the scenes clip; "Breaking Bad" and "Good Wife" actors in running to play Marvel heroes and more.
"Powers" scribe Brian Michael Bendis discussed PlayStation Network's upcoming TV adaptation, concluding the comic's current volume and plans for the next.
Jillian Tamaki honored for her work on "This One Summer"! Zunar questioned by police! John Schork exits Oni Press. Interviews with Tom Batiuk and Ed Piskor!
The 2015 graphic novel will reunite Starlin with his popular creation in a follow-up to the "Thanos: The Infinity Revelation" OGN.