5 Undeniably Awesome Super Bowl 50 Trailer Moments
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An extended trailer for "Iron Man 3" debuted during Super Bowl XLVII, featuring The Mandarin's savage attack on an airplane mid-flight and a shot of Don Cheadle as James Rhodes in a unique set of armor.
John Layman unexpectedly announced late Friday evening that the Showtime adaptation of his creator owned series with Image Comics, "Chew," has been cancelled.
Marvel Comics has released images of variant covers by artist Adi Granov for "Age of Ultron" #4 & #5. The maxiseries, which debuts March 6, is written by Brian Michael Bendis with art by Bryan Hitch.
Drake Bell, the voice of Spider-Man on Disney XD's "Ultimate Spider-Man," and Supervising Producer Cort Lane discuss Spidey's Season 2 exploits, celebrity voices from the Marvel films, the Sinister Six and more!
Mateus Santolouco & Erik Burnham expound on IDW's upcoming "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Secret History of the Foot Clan," how it plays to themes of reincarnation, its ties to feudal Japan and more with exclusive art.
Scott Lobdell discusses his DC Comics titles, promising a new road for Superman, major changes for "Teen Titans" and the "most severe beat down of the Joker" ever in "Red Hood and the Outlaws."
CBR spoke with voice actor Matthew Mercer at Capcom's "Resident Evil 6" launch party about playing the game's protagonist, updated gameplay and recording bizarre death sequences.
Actor Michael Gray looks back on his time as Billy Batson in Filmation's '70s live-action "Shazam!," the adventures experienced during his time as a teen idol and loving the role despite his ultimate typecasting.
Head writer and story editor Stan Berkowitz spoke candidly with CBR about his time on "The Adventures of Superboy," which episodes he recalls fondly, the troubles shooting in Orland and his overall disappointment with his run.
Courtesy of the "Batgirl Spoiled" webseries crew, CBR TV has an exclusive trailer of the new series starring geek culture actress Marisha Ray as the third Batgirl, Stephanie Brown.
Writer Paul Allor spoke with CBR News about introducing old-school character Fugitoid to the new continuity of IDW's "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Micro-Series" hitting stores September 5.
Archaia hosted a panel on "world building" at CCI packed with creators including David Petersen, Royden Lepp, and Jeremy Bastian, who discussed crafting a story beyond plot and a strong protagonist.
Horror comics historian Craig Yoe and horror comics enthusiast Steve "Karswell" Banes recounted the horror comics of the 1950s, digging into their gory origins, dark downfall and the artists who worked on them.
Artist Dave McKean detailed his relationship with scientist and Atheism proponent Richard Dawkins and his experience documenting Michael Sheen's passion play, "The Gospel of Us."
Oni Press EiC James Lucas Jones and the publisher's top creators went into detail about their work at Comic-Con, and Oni announced new projects set for release in 2013.
Ben Edlund, creator of "The Tick" and current "Supernatural" writer, spent a wacky 60 minutes getting into his 20-year TV career with cohorts Shadoe Stevens, Doc Hammer & Jackson Publick.
Writer Bill Willingham and a host of "Fables" creators officially announced a "Fables" convention, teased the franchise's future, and reminisced about favorite moments from the last decade.
Valiant made its presence known at the annual ValiantFans.com panel, giving longtime supporters insight into the company's plans. Post-panel, CBR learned exclusively of the upcoming Gold Logo program and more.
At Comic-Con International in San Diego, Terry Moore announced a new "Strangers in Paradise" prose story, his next project after "Rachel Rising" concludes and how his thoughts on humanity and spirituality influence his work.
During his panel at CCI, Terry Moore announced an all-new "Strangers in Paradise" story in celebration of its 20th anniversary and what his next project will be after "Rachel Rising" concludes.