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The writer tells CBR a mob war, Spoiler's return and personal upheaval are all on the way in Selina Kyle's life as Queen of Gotham Crime.
A team-up of actors Grant Gustin and Melissa Benoist for their executive producer may be as close to a crossover as fans get for now.
Alisa Kwitney and artist Mauricet's take on the young magic users of the DC Universe will hit stores in time for Halloween with familiar faces in tow.
As new teams, worlds and villains return to the new Marvel Universe, the stories of the publisher's main titles will take a leap in time.
Rumor has a comic book look for Jesse Eisenberg in Zack Snyder's team-up film, and a deadly Marvel U conflict makes Black Panther a part of "Civil War."
The movie version of DC Comics' Main Man set to star The Rock was apparently sacrificed at the alter of the new DC Film Universe.
An overstuffed finale makes an argument for why Marvel should stick with its network spy drama another year. ABC bought the argument. Will fans?
Marvel Studios' latest picture continued to control the U.S. box office in its second weekend, remaining #2 all-time to its Joss Whedon forerunner.
The continuation of the Stephen Spielberg/Tom Cruise vehicle gets a season order to anchor the network's new fall slate.
With fans dedicated to keeping the supernatural DC show alive, the "Arrow" star offers his bow to the cause to save "Constantine."
"X-Men: Apocalypse" shaves up for battle, "The Flash" finale gets a Roguish trailer and "Avengers: Age of Ultron" peels back the curtain.
For next week's "Chrononauts" #3, artist Sean Murphy's variant channels "Lethal Weapon 2" for his and Mark Millar's time travel buddy epic.
From the murder of Kyle Rayner to a rebellious battle for the DC cosmos, Tom King has a one-year epic planned for "The Omega Men."
With "Age of Ultron" in the rear view, the show can finally start building up its own major conflict, but not without a few stumbles along the way.
Despite loads of violence and a smattering of "shocking" moments, the end of "Gotham" falls flat with endlessly predictable outcomes.
New roles for Alfred, Cassandra Cain and more follow "Endgame" as the "Batman" creators plot their future with the franchise.
The opening makes Joss Whedon's film the #2 domestic opening of all time behind the original "Avengers" film.
Beyond the finish of Rocksteady's Arkham trilogy awaits new features and characters for those paying for a little more.
Joss Whedon's superhero sequel is off to a strong start, but will it be enough to beat the original's stellar box office performance?
What do the stars of the latest Avengers film have to say about its biggest reveals? Who will appear on the "Flash" finale? And when will Stan Lee pop up next?