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Viz Media's digital manga magazine debuts today on comiXology and the Amazon Kindle Store, bringing with it the latest chapters of "One Piece" and "Bleach."
A fun fan trailer imagines a universe protected by Elba's John Stewart and Garrett Hedlund's Hal Jordan.
Lives are in the balance in the new teaser for "Heroes Reborn," NBC's 13-episode revival of the superpower drama.
Inspired by the 1,000-year-old guitar-playing vampire, the limited-edition design captures a different facial expression on each boot.
The Pokémon Company International filed a lawsuit last week that shut down an unsanctioned Pokémon-themed party tied to PAX Prime in Seattle.
The Iron Man-Hulkbuster remote-control power lamp may be just what you need for the fight against sleepless nights.
DC Collectibles has released the first look at The Flash and Survival Suit Batman figures from the DC Comics Greg Capullo Designer Series.
Following the departure of Brad Globe next spring, DC Entertainment President Diane Nelson will oversee the consumer products division.
What would happen if a character from "Dragon Ball Z" fused with a popular comic book character? These illustrations might give you an idea.
Figures Toy Company will release a retro-style Harley Quinn doll based on Mego's classic World's Greatest Super Heroes line.
A group seeking to legalize marijuana in Ohio has enlisted a superhero to the cause, but not everyone's happy about it. Buddie looks elated, though.
Check out the new international trailer for the upcoming horror comedy "Goosebumps," starring Jack Black as a cantankerous author R.L. Stine.
Step 1: tape a Superman toy to a drone. Step 2: gain Internet fame when you release the footage online.
The 11th film in the anime franchise, "Boruto: Naruto the Movie" has unseated 2014's "The Last: Naruto the Movie."
NYC had hoped to enlist Disney and Marvel in a crackdown on troublesome costumed characters in Times Square, but the entertainment giants "want no part of it."
The soothing, familiar voice of "Heroes" veteran Sendhil Ramamurthy wants us to "believe in heroes" in the first of two new teasers for the NBC revival.
Using makeup and body paint, artist Argenis Pinal transforms ordinary (if well-sculpted) mortals into She-Hulk, Superman, Jean Grey, Carnage and more.
The trailer for the comic book "Raising Dion" by Dennis Liu and Jason Piperber is so good, it could be a television series.
The acclaimed filmmaker confirms he’ll follow "The Martian" with the sequel to 2012’s "Prometheus."
A 25-year-old Vietnamese artist uses items ranging from a peach pit to a peanut shell as the basis for his series of "Naruto" character pieces.