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Writer Jeff Lemire has revealed that the launch of "Black Hammer" has been delayed following artist Dean Ormston's recent medical emergency.
A new report confirms and expands upon the series title originally revealed by "Flash" actor John Wesley Shipp.
"Gotham" EP Bruno Heller revealed that season two will start with a Joker-centric story; the Storm siblings and Doom get new photos and more.
Artist Dan Schkade and colorist Brennan will provide interiors for Matt Wagner's "Spirit" revival, with Eric Powell providing covers.
Batman's new suit gets a detailed photo that reveals every seam and scratch on the Caped Crusader's crimefighting outfit.
A side-by-side comparison exposes the true colors of Gal Gadot's super suit.
Marvel has officially announced that the "Guardians of the Galaxy" and "Inside Out" writers will handle Carol Danvers' debut solo film.
John Wesley Shipp indicates that the "Flash"/"Arrow" spinoff may bear a title familiar to DC fans.
LA Clippers' DeAndre Jordan also comes face-to-cowl with Ben Affleck's steel-reinforced "grappling" Batsuit.
The tie-in incentive limited series will only be available to qualifying retailers based on pre-orders of "Book of Death."
Producer Simon Kinberg says "X-Men," "Deadpool," "Gambit" will form a shared universe; DP fights Colossus in new set pics and more.
A set photo captures what appears to be a shot of Leto's "Dark Knight Returns"-inspired Joker.
Next week's X-Position guest is the ubiquitous Charles Soule, the writer responsible for Wolverine's death and its aftermath in "Wolverines."
Foggy Nelson superfan Brett White goes one-on-one with the actor tasked with bringing Matt Murdock's best bud to life.
Fan-favorite writer G. Willow Wilson answers your questions about her "X-Men" arc, "The Burning World," and hints at her take on "A-Force."
CBR's resident Nelson & Murdock enthusiast marathons Netflix's debut Marvel series and presents his mostly unfiltered -- and thoroughly emphatic -- reactions.
Gal Gadot's Wonder wardrobe could include a dive suit; Markus and McFeely may return for the "Avengers" sequel and more.
New solicitation info reveals that Greg Rucka may be the writer behind the upcoming "Journey to the Force Awakens: Shattered Empire" series.
The series, which features characters pulled from both DC series, has a working title that tentatively reveals which hero may be at the show's center.
Early tracking indicates that the "Avengers" sequel could pull in the biggest opening weekend haul of all time.