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CW promotes "Supergirl's" CW debut, which kicks off when season one starts re-airing on the new network in August.
"Arrow's" Stephen Amell offers up a possible first look at the season's Russian flashback storyline.
The Dark Knight turns to a surprising source for help against the rampaging alien as part of Snickers' "You're Not You When You're Hungry" campaign.
CBR News takes a look back at Marvel's classic (and not-so-classic) X-Men characters who could use a little more recognition.
A new series sees Margaret Stohl and Ramon Rosanas guide Carol Danvers through the fallout of "Civil War II."
The disgraced god will once again headline an ongoing comic in a new series from long-running "Thor" writer Jason Aaron and returning artist Olivier Coipel.
The mystery of what happened to the X-Men after "Secret Wars" will be revealed in a new series from Jeff Lemire, Charles Soule and Aaron Kuder.
"Goon" creator Eric Powell says that Tim Miller's post-"Deadpool" heat might help push the long in-development film across the finish line.
Cullen Bunn and Andrea Broccardo's "Civil War II" tie-in introduces new players into Magneto and Storm's game of chess.
New promos for Paul Feig's "Ghostbusters" include Slimer's friend and Melissa McCarthy wrestling with a proton pack.
Newcomer Riri Williams dons the Iron Man armor in a new ongoing from Brian Michael Bendis and Stefano Caselli.
Ahead of their return this fall, learn the weird and wild history of Marvel Comics' perpetually overlooked Avengers team.
The Dark Knight pays the Joker a visit in this scene from the upcoming WB Animation adaptation of the classic Batman story.
Zac Gorman and Will Robson's "GLA" series reunites the comedic team and equips them with a cardboard cutout of Squirrel Girl.
"X-Men '92" writers Chad Bowers and Chris Sims answer your questions about Marvel's totally bodacious mutant series.
Ms. Marvel, Spider-Man, Nova and more resurrect the classic Champions name in a new ongoing from Mark Waid and Humberto Ramos.
The director is more than eager to bring his comic creation to television, if any of the CW/DC Comics shows are game.
The 13-foot-tall statue will debut at SDCC before making the journey across the country to its final home in Brooklyn's Prospect Park.
Nobody in the Marvel Universe shares their codenames quite like the heroes that rock the red, white, and blue.
The actor teases that we may see more of his heavily armored villain in upcoming Marvel movies.