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Suit up for school, work or conventions with a Captain America or Deadpool backpack designed to hold your laptop, phone and crime-fighting accessories.
Disney will move its biennial fan event from August to July 2017, brushing up even closer against Comic-Con International.
Classic foes, from Batman and The Joker to Spider-Man and Venom, face off in little works of art created with espresso and foam.
Your converted fire station headquarters isn't complete until you have this 3-foot Slimer replica haunting your every waking hour.
Gov. Nathan Deal has rejected a "religious liberty" bill opposed by Disney, Marvel Studios, Time-Warner and other major corporations.
M. Night Shymalan, Jason Patric, Djimon Hounsou and more provide a glimpse of the second season of Fox's psychological thriller.
Conan O'Brien and Andy Richter learn some valuable lessons about Batman's ride -- and Bruce Wayne's musical tastes.
"After the Black" will debut April 14, following the Season 4 premiere of "Orphan Black," with guests Tatiana Maslany and Kevin Hanchard.
"Batman v Superman" dominated the box office, domestically and internationally, breaking numerous records along the way.
Mowgli learns an important lesson in this scene from the upcoming Disney film: Bears don't hibernate in the jungle.
The Hong Kong toymaker has debuted the latest addition to its "Captain America: Civil War" line: a 1/6th-scale Falcon action figure.
New footage debuts in the latest international trailer for Duncan Jones' fantasy-adventure, based on the blockbuster video game franchise.
The Founding Father is mashed up with the Gotham-guarder in this comics-inspired parody of the blockbuster Broadway musical.
Japanese casual wear label Uniqlo has expanded its line of licensed LEGO graphic T-shirts to include kids AND grown-ups.
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles gear up to save New York City in the latest trailer for the Paramount Pictures sequel.
Ahead of the WonderCon presentation, Netflix and DreamWorks have debuted a new poster for their reboot of the classic animated series.
The reinvention of the classic British sci-fi series will premiere next month on Amazon Prime Video.
A 48-year-old Scottish man has turned the family car into his own version of the Batmobile, complete with "Bat-Signal" headlights.
Attendees who visit Walmart's WonderCon webpage will be able to preorder toys from "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows."
Director Jon Favreau and stars Bill Murray, Lupita Nyong'o, Idris Elba, Ben Kingsley and Scarlett Johansson discuss the new action-adventure.