Miles Morales, Iron Man & Captain America Round Out "All-New, "All-Different Avengers"
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James Tynion IV explains where ideas like his new, Japanese horror-influenced "Memetic" originate and how which the Internet has changed how people communicate.
"Expendables 3" actor Terry Crews says now that Marvel and Netflix are planning a Luke Cage series, he’d be interested in playing the superhero.
Hot Toys fills out their "Guardians of the Galaxy" ranks as NECA announces video game Batman and more Luigi details are revealed.
"Dead Body Road" & "Luthor Strode" writer Justin Jordan investigates conspiracies in "Deep State," a new creator-owned series from BOOM!
Cobie Smulders, Robert Redford and Emily VanCamp star in a pair of deleted scenes released by Marvel from the "Captain America" sequel.
Toying Around is back from San Diego with tons of toy and collectible reveals from NECA, Hot Toys, Diamond Select Toys and lots more!
The upcoming book "Joss Whedon: A Biography" includes an email the Loki actor wrote to the writer/director after reading his script for "The Avengers."
Marvel Studios' latest offering is tracking so strongly, it may surpass $70 million, which would be the highest grossing August opening of all time.
Wonder Woman was the talk of Comic-Con International, with 149K Twitter mentions following the debut of Gal Gadot in costume.
Fox debuted five minutes of footage from “The Simpsons Guy,” the Sept. 28 episode that brings the Griffins to Springfield.
"Dead Letters" writer Christopher Sebela talks to CBR about writing BOOM!'s just announced comic based on John Carpenter's "Escape From New York."
The clever crossover was first teased in the Season 3 finale of of the fairy-tale drama, which quickly cast the roles of Queen Elsa, Princess Anna and Kristoff.
Nickelodeon has unexpectedly pulled the final five episodes of "Legend of Korra" Season 3 from its broadcast schedule, deciding instead to stream them online.
The screenwriter and producer explains that Josh Trank’s “science adventure” takes its cues from Marvel comics, but not a particular run.
Asked “point-blank” whether he wants to star in another solo "Iron Man" film, Downey indicated he’s certainly open to the possibility.
Showrunner Steven S. DeKnight explains that Hell’s Kitchen in the Netflix series will be "both horrible and beautiful at the same time."
Dropping the clue “Just say the word,” actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson seems to suggest the search for his DC Comics superhero role is finally over.
Mondo CEO Justin Ishmael discusses the poster, record and VHS company's move into the world of collectibles.
Although viewers will see a lot of DC Comics characters on "Arrow" and "The Flash," Geoff Johns says not to expect cameos by Batman & Superman.
DC Collectibles wows with an SDCC preview and solicits while three companies show off Batman '66 toys and the X-Men bask in the spotlight.