Axel-In-Charge: Navigating the "Civil War II" Landscape, Bringing DMC to Marvel
Brett White is a comedian living in New York City. He is a writer for the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre sketch team Everything Rabbits.
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The first three issues of the series were written before a paternity scandal put the project on indefinite hold.
Director George Miller reveals how his "Justice League" film fell apart despite having a script, cast and production designs.
"Flash" star Grant Gustin has shared the cover of his script for the upcoming "Supergirl" crossover episode.
Phil Klemmer discusses Hawkman and Hawkgirl's relationship; Tom Payne talks about his new "Walking Dead" character and more.
The fully assembled "Legends" cast stands together with their heads held high in this new promotional image.
Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Lex Luthor and Lois Lane each get their own soda can as part of Dr. Pepper's "BvS" tie-in.
Apocalypse's Horsemen and Xavier's X-Men stand side by side in this elaborate, life-size theater standee.
Brett White examines how Captain Marvel has survived one of the trickiest speed bumps in superhero comics: the creative team change-up.
Like Wonder Woman and Batman before him, the Man of Steel will get the Barbie treatment to tie in with "Batman v Superman."
The reunion between the estranged couple plays out in an unexpected manner in today's "Uncanny Avengers" issue.
Though he's not making any announcements or promises, Weisman appears to be as interested in another season of the show as its fans.
Gerry Duggan returns for part two of this X-POSITION event and CBR wants your questions for the "Uncanny Avengers" writer.
"Luke Cage" lead Mike Colter discusses his show's connection to "Jessica Jones"; Keiynan Lonsdale hopes to see Wally West suit up and more.
More "Batman v Superman" tie-in products containing further looks at the DC movie have emerged.
Pratt reveals in a behind-the-scenes pic that he's "bursting with joy" to wear Star-Lord's headphones in "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2."
This scene from tonight's "Smoke and Mirrors" episode of "Agent Carter" finds the SSR agent in a hurry to get essential info.
"Deadpool" writer Gerry Duggan answers your questions about Marvel's Merc with a Mouth and his Mercs for Money.
A new batch of rumors may reveal the writers taking over "Batman" and "Superman" as well as one of the major impetuses for change.
In addition to taking on the flaming hot villain, this clip from tonight's "Flash" sees Wells tinkering with a potentially dangerous invention.
Written by Kwanza Osajyefo with art from Jamal Igle, "BLACK" is set in a world where only Black people get superpowers.