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Marvel announced a two-issue crossover for next spring starring fan-favorite characters Howard the Duck and Squirrel Girl.
The celebrated "werewolf noir" story by the author of "Game of Thrones" is in development as a TV series.
"Injustice: Gods Among Us" writer Tom Taylor announced he'll collaborate with artist Robson Rocha for a "short run" on DC's "Batman/Superman."
Actor Wil Traval suggests his character on the Netflix drama is a "reinvented" version of the classic Daredevil villain.
The "Star Wars" icon has confirmed what a leaked set photo suggested: He'll reprise his role as The Trickster in the second season of "The Flash."
The "Matrix" veteran portrays a gender-swapped version of a longtime Marvel Comics character with ties to Iron Fist.
A photo from the set of The CW series seems to suggest the "Star Wars" icon will reprise his role as The Trickster in Season 2.
Jedi or no Jedi, a showboating Luke Skywalker is no match for an Imperial Walker in this footage from "Star Wars Battlefront."
The action star says "Eagle Eye" director D.J. Caruso will helm the long-awaited "xXx: Xander Returns," although he's not sure when that will be.
Patrick Fugit stars in the New York Comic Con trailer for "Outcast," based on the horror comic by Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta
Poppy Drayton, Austin Butler, Ivana Baquero, Manu Bennett and John Rhys-Davies star in MTV's upcoming adaptation of the bestselling novels by Terry Brooks.
Arriving next month, "Amazing, Fantastic, Incredible: A Marvelous Memoir" is a collaboration between Stan Lee, Peter David and Colleen Doran.
"Adventure Time" will kick off its seventh season on Nov. 2, with Marceline the Vampire Queen kicking off her own miniseries the following week.
Announced at Friday's Season 6 premiere event at NYCC, fans of AMC's hit zombie drama will receive a particularly bloody Valentine.
To mark his 63rd birthday, artists displayed paintings depicting the Russian president as figures ranging from Batman and the Hulk to Buddha and Muhammad Ali.
Archie Comics CCO Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa reveals the TV drama will reach beyond comics and "Twin Peaks" for its influences.
"The Newsroom" actress Wynn Everett is among the new additions for the second season, playing Whitney Frost, aka Madame Masque.
No, it's not your imagination: There is a gigantic (and somewhat-noisy) Hulkbuster walking around New York Comic Con.
Brian Grazer and Ron Howard will produce a live-action U.S. adaptation of the hit anime series "Tiger & Bunny."
A line of limited-edition, and officially licensed, shoes inspired by "Ghostbusters" debuted this week at New York Comic Con.