Johns & Frank Aim for 'Surprising and New' in Latest "Batman: Earth One" Volume
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The writer explains to CBR how he's upsetting expectations for a classic superhero story, and shares an exclusive look at all-new designs by Frank Quitely.
After questions were raised about whether Marvel mutants would spinoff like their movie counterparts, the E-i-C clarifies the future of the X-Men.
The war between Daredevil and the Kingpin and the origins of Karen Page and Night Nurse are just part of the latest Netflix release.
Get inside the heads of the Avengers and villains from Baron Strucker to Klaw with new info from the Marvel Studios epic.
Writer Frank Tieri explains why his new Batman one-shot will shake up the former Wayne Manor and alter Joker's role in the rogues gallery forever.
A number of parallel plotlines collide as the new S.H.I.E.L.D. of Edward James Olmos takes us back to "Captain America 2" before taking control.
Fox Mulder himself talks about stepping back into the role that made him famous as an older actor and balancing mythology and monsters.
The story of how Kevin Smith went from dropout clerk to Sundance favorite gets a new biopic treatment in black and white.
After back and fourth bouts in the press, Wolverine actor Hugh Jackman appears to be back in the superhero retirement camp.
The biggest names of the Valiant Universe get drawn into a morbid teaser as the publisher plans its next major story.
New footage of Matt Murdok's journey from broken boy to Marvel hero hits the web including a look at Daredevil in action.
David Ayer reveals a new location, L.A. Clippers star JJ Reddick reveals a TMNT secret and the ladies of "X-Men: Apocalypse" get buff.
Agent 007 takes on the secretive foes of "Spectre" in the first trailer for Daniel Craig's latest outing as James Bond.
As the new CW Vertigo adaptation keeps rolling, Liv Moore looks into whether the zombie infection is spreading.
As the first major change instituted by new owners ReedPOP, the Seattle convention will expand by one day.
The now non-mutant siblings crash into the Marvel Cinematic Universe in a lean, mean "Avengers" sequel.
"The Goon" creator Eric Powell's all-ages monster tale returns with Stephanie Buscema illustrating a story of "The World's Worst Face."
The themes that will stretch from the offices of Nelson & Murdock to the streets of Hell's Kitchen arrive online ahead of "Daredevil's" Netflix debut.
The newest additions to the "Avengers" explore their powers and the way they'll shake up the team in "Age of Ultron."
As the Hydra-harmed Ward reemerges, Marvel's network drama invokes Quentin Tarantino and pales in comparison.