"Rowdy" Roddy Piper Reported Dead at 61
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The acclaimed writer checked himself into the hospital last week following what were believed to be stroke-like symptoms.
Director Boaz Yakin recounts his experience working on the abandoned "Batman Beyond" feature film with Paul Dini and Alan Burnett.
"Constantine" EP calls William Shatner "one of the good ones"; Melissa Benoist is ready to inspire as "Supergirl" and more.
"Harley Quinn" co-writers Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti discussed the duo's relationship, calling them more than just friends.
With Jon Bernthal's Punisher heading to "Daredevil," here's a run through of the two vigilantes' many team-ups and throw downs.
New rumblings surrounding the upcoming Spider-Man reboot indicate that previous Peter Parker frontrunner Asa Butterfield may no longer be in the running.
The "adult coloring books" will feature line art from Bryan Hitch, Brandon Peterson, Carlos Pacheco, Skottie Young and more.
A pair of additional banners from "Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice" build upon the logos of the film's titular heroes.
Lucifer tickles ivories in the first promotional image from the Fox/Vertigo series; "Fear the Walking Dead" reveals a new poster and more.
The welcome card's text teases the division that will soon rock the foundation of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The promo for Josh Trank's "FF" reboot teases the arrival of "a new generation of heroes."
Russia's official poster for "Ant-Man" combines spy and superhero imagery for a combo that KOs nearly every other Marvel movie poster.
"Breaking Bad's" Jonathan Banks will voice the commissioner in the latest installment in the "Arkham" series of games.
The "12 Years a Slave" actor joins the cast of Marvel's first magic movie as the Sorcerer Supreme's arch-nemesis.
Three of the foursome appear in new image from the "FF" reboot; "Man of Steel's" destruction gets called out in new "BvS" promos and more.
Common's "Suicide Squad" look leads to speculation that he could be playing one of a few different DC Comics villains.
If these tidbits prove to be true, then Captain America, Hawkeye, Giant-Man and Falcon will hew closer to their comic book counterparts.
After attending the new NYC con, Brett White reflects on the show's progressive panels and interviews the people behind two of them.
A pair of images flips the script on Batman and Superman's public image, reimagining the Dark Knight as a guardian angel.
Brian Michael Bendis, David Marquez, Tom Brevoort and Axel Alonso reveal the changes in store for Tony Stark post-"Secret Wars."