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Young Bruce Wayne plays schoolyard detective with Clark Kent and Diana Prince in a new hybrid kids series.
What new powers will Barry Allen exhibit when the series returns to The CW this fall?
To celebrate Kirby's birthday, in 1987 Lee joined a radio interview with the artist to discuss their Marvel Comics work and debate "who did what."
Today marks 98 years since the birth of the King of Comics, so check out some examples of Kirby's greatest art.
Wilder than Trump and shadier than Hilary, Sam Humphries tells CBR News about the demonic frontrunner coming to burn a hole in politics at Image.
Eric Radomski & Steve Wacker tell CBR TV about bringing the Sinister Six to "Ultimate Spider-Man" and maintaining the right tone in "Guardians."
Steve Orlando discusses his brutally inventive anti-hero's rematch with Dick Grayson while trying to decipher Midnighter's place in the DCU.
Writer Christos Gage spoke with CBR TV at Comic-Con about working on a new OGN with his wife, the "Daredevil" TV series and "Buffy" Season 10.
Rob Thomas & Diane Ruggiero discuss the second season of their CW zombie hit, "Veronica Mars" comparisons, their dream projects and "Party Down."
Busy writer Jeff Lemire tells CBR TV about Marvel's new flagship X-Men title, the freedom Valiant gives him and future creator-owned books.
Becky Cloonan, Brenden Fletcher and Karl Kerschl talk what makes their DC YA series a Batman comic, and how its hidden villains come to light.
"Arrow" star John Barrowman and writer Erika Lewis discuss their "Heavy Metal" comic "The 49th Key," collaboration and where stories come from.
The actress steps into Starling City to play DC Comics character Liza Warner on the impending fourth season of "Arrow."
The venerable humor publication shares a Jeff Kruse/Ward Sutton strip zinging "Campaign Quotes That Would Be Refreshing."
The November installment of the Buffyverse serial sees Angel take the fight back to Drusilla and company.
The series is adding alums from "The Office," "The Americans," "The Shield" and of course "Star Trek: The Next Generation."
The former "Suburgatory" star will have a recurring role in the now filming fourth season of the CW superhero show.
The legendary comedian will rejoin the sci-fi franchise that brought his biggest hit in Paul Feig's new "Ghostbusters."
The anime sequel is ready to beat its successor at the box office as it expands to more theaters through Wednesday.
From Dr. Dre to De La Soul and from Ms. Marvel to Howard The Duck, check out every Marvel/hip-hop mash-up cover to date in one place.