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As the Hydra-harmed Ward reemerges, Marvel's network drama invokes Quentin Tarantino and pales in comparison.
The WWI vampire hunter fights his shadowy arch-nemesis in a series that opens "Baltimore" up to a horrific future.
It's arts and crafts meets comics as a yarn Dark Knight takes on the Clown Prince of Crochet in a new fan film animated short.
The writer's Terrible Lizard" artist Drew Moss and "Helheim" colorist Nick Filardi join him for a story combining vampires, spiders and twisted humor.
In discussing the heated response her physique got from the internet, the "Batman v Superman" actress describes the powers of Wonder Woman.
Tom Cruise and Simon Pegg are back taking on an organization of secret agents with no country or code in the fifth installment in the franchise.
With two major stumbling blocks out of the way, the network and creator Chris Carter may be ready to revive Agents Mulder and Scully.
Over eight years in the making, the first comics project "Daredevil's" Christos and Ruth Fletcher Gage tells the tale of a 17th century Italian revolt.
Vin Diesel, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez and the rest of the crew show early looks at the action of "Furious 7."
CBR captured the first pics of filming from Fox's "Lucifer" pilot, Dig and the Suicide Squad are on a new mission, and Miles Teller expands "Fantastic Four's" universe.
Once he's established the "Shazam" character's villainous side, all sorts of DC Universe film crossovers are on the table.
Alisa Kwitney begins her DCU writing life by reviving fan-favorite Batgirls for a story full of 20-something triangles and "Flashpoint" villains.
In a mostly wheel-spinning episode, Marvel's network drama still manages to provide some thrills thanks to Kyle MacLachlan's deranged daddy figure.
On the way from DC this summer: Characters make their return, the creative shake-up of the DCU takes its roots, Superman keeps it old school.
Marguerite Bennett and Kieron Gillen take the Asgardian warrior into the world of "1602" with artist Stephanie Hans.
As her father builds a supervillain army, Agent Skye deals with her Inhumanity in Blair Underwood's psychiatric office.
The villain who will crash into the CW hit's return episode shows off some bigger, badder special effects in the latest "Flash" trailer.
James Spader's robotic villain looms over the incoming sequel to Marvel Studios' mega team blockbuster.
As filming for the pilot continues, EP Andrew Kreisberg shares a classic piece of Superman TV history incorporated into his new show.
With an actor declares the end of his "X-Men" run, the first questions over the franchise's future arise as "Apocalypse" draws near.