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Prior to Archie Comics bringing "Riverdale" to The CW, there was a parody trailer that put a much darker spin on Archie and the Riverdale gang.
The network infiltrated the annual protest, handing out flyers and bearing posters promoting its "The Omen" television sequel.
The "Attack on Titan: Lost Girls" novel will receive its own manga adaptation, debuting in the Aug. 9 issue of Kodansha's "Bessatsu Shonen Magazine."
Neither Donald Trump's recent business woes nor his legendary hairpiece are safe in this new promo for the 27th season of "The Simpsons."
Inspired by the trailer for "The Peanuts Movie," one R/C builder has created a quadcopter to send Snoopy and his doghouse soaring above San Diego.
Brad Bird's 1999 animated classic will return to theaters this fall in a remastered form, for a very limited engagement.
Viz Media will publish Masashi Kishimoto's "Naruto: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring" as a single volume early next spring.
The Oscar-winning actress will reportedly star opposite Tom Holland in the rebooted franchise from Marvel and Sony.
The creator of Thanos has announced he'll return to his 1980s space adventure "Dreadstar" in a new miniseries.
Plenty of crafty fans have created their own wearable Mega Man helmets, but there’s never been an official version. Until now...
Gilbert Hernandez’s graphic novel Palomar will be available in the Rio Rancho (New Mexico) High School library when classes resume in the fall.
Actors Edward James Olmos, Orlando Jones and Katrina Law will be among the presenters at the 27th annual Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards.
Sony has premiered the first trailer for "Goosebumps," the upcoming horror comedy that casts Jack Black as a cantankerous R.L. Stine.
The project is joined by adaptations IDW's "Kill Shakespeare" and the British cult film "The Machine" on Universal Cable Productions' development slate.
Creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have reached a new deal with Comedy Central that will take "South Park" past 300 episodes.
After watching this Honest Trailer, you may wonder why the video game wasn't called "Batmobile: Arkham Knight."
Available for Apple iOS and Google Android devices, the "Star Wars" app includes news, videos, sound clips and a special augmented-reality feature.
If Disney CEO Bob Iger is concerned about upcoming superhero-movie releases from Warner Bros. and Fox, he's certainly not showing it.
Master Builders used more than 100,000 LEGO bricks to recreate a memorable moment from "Avengers: Age of Ultron" for Comic-Con International.
A video announcing Fox "201 Days of 'The X-Files'" promotion offers the first fleeting footage from the highly anticipated revival.