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Artist Dan Hipp takes us deep inside Kylo Ren's mind using the emotions from Pixar's "Inside Out."
Krang, Bourne, Psylocke -- these characters and moments had us cheering for something other than football during Super Bowl 50.
Fish, who illustrated January's "Archie" #5, will join writer Mark Waid full-time on Archie Comics' relaunched flagship series.
Danielle Panabaker says it would be "fun to explore" Caitlin Snow's dark side; Deadpool climbs a tree in a super brief spot and more.
Gerson also wrote the screenplays for Pixar’s “Monsters, Inc.” and “Monsters University.”
A behind-the-scenes video from Munn depicts a mismatched showdown between the Psylocke and Deadpool actors.
Deadpool and Wolverine have been teaming up and throwing down for over twenty years, and here are the twenty covers to prove it.
MTV VJ Karyn Bryant gets a tour of Marvel Comics in 1992, talking with Bob Harras and Mark Gruenwald along the way.
"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" will also join "Titanic" and "Avatar" in the exclusive $2 billion worldwide box office club.
Funko has translated their popular Pop! Vinyl style into a line of ceramic mugs featuring "Star Wars" characters.
Kristin Wiig, Chris Hemsworth and the rest of the cast get minifigure makeovers in LEGO's upcoming "Ghostbusters" offering.
The Cleveland Cavaliers star gets plenty of laughs as a mascot in the "Cruel Giggling Ghoul" episode of Cartoon Network's "Teen Titans Go!"
The fake "Movie Spoilers" LEGO sets include a moose, pegasus, hot air balloon and plenty of hot dogs.
A big screen reboot of the popular '80s action series is in the works from "Fast and Furious" producer Neal Moritz.
The CBS sitcom featured a cameo from "Saga," focusing on the controversial cover for the Image Comics series' first issue.
Joe and Iris West's Earth-2 counterparts take the spotlight while Killer Frost and Deathstorm stalk their prey in new pics.
"Deadpool" co-star T.J. Miller firmly believes we will see a movie called "Deadpool vs. Wolverine" at some point in the future.
Originally written by Stan Lee for a short, 2-issue run in the '80s, the character is getting an overhaul as an all-new African-American hero.
The horror anthology will feature work from Moore, Kevin O'Neill, Kieron Gillen, Garth Ennis, Christos Gage, Max Brooks and more.
Actors from "Parks & Recreation," "Downton Abbey" and "Fargo" will star in the pilot for FX.