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The incoming "Captain Marvel" artist has crafted a dynamic "Agent Carter" poster that looks ahead to the Marvel series' second season.
Fabian Nicieza is the next guest for X-Position and CBR wants your questions for the "Age of Apocalypse" writer.
See more of Scott Lang's training sequence with Hope Van Dyne; Marvel cameras will roll on five films in the next year and more.
Peyton Reed admits he's "fallen in love" with the "Ant-Man" characters and would love to come back for more.
Channing Tatum reveals that he's keeping a pack of playing cards close by while preparing for his role as the X-Men's Ragin' Cajun.
Director Bryan Singer has posted a new teaser for "X-Men: Days of Future Past - The Rogue Cut" ahead of its Comic-Con screening.
Writers Chris Burnham & Dennis Culver and artist Ramon Villalobos answer your questions about the "New X-Men"-inspired "Secret Wars" series.
The Mighty Morphin' heroes will return to the printed page in a series aimed at fans of the original '90s show.
A set of 28 enamel pins based on Skottie Young's variant covers will be a sought after item at SDCC.
Grant Gustin and Geoff Johns discuss what's to come in "Flash's" sophomore season; Jon Bernthal picks up more Punisher comics and more.
Titles from "Ultimates" and "Web Warriors" to "Carnage" and "Scarlet Witch" make up Marvel's post-"Secret Wars" offering.
Dan Slott and Giuseppe Camuncoli are staying onboard "Amazing Spider-Man" in Marvel's post-"Secret Wars" landscape.
The "Hellboy" lead has given a cryptic update regarding the long awaited sequel, teasing an announcement may be on the way.
Jeff Lemire opens up to CBR News about Iceman's future and the Inhumans' role in the new Humberto Ramos-drawn flagship X-Title.
Following a slip-up by Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige, the "Guardians" writer/director has revealed the title of the 2017 sequel.
Chadwick Boseman's Black Panther will act as "fresh eyes" in the "Captain America" sequel, according to Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige.
A new report reveals that films based on series in DC Comics' mature imprint will be handled by New Line.
A "life coach" keeps "Squad" actors from going too far; Marvel head Kevin Feige says an LGBT hero could appear before 2019 and more.
Marvel Studios President Feige confirmed when the follow-up will begin filming while possibly letting the sequel's still under-wraps title slip.
Kevin Feige teases the "mind-bending weirdness" inherent with bringing Doctor Strange to the big screen.