PREVIEWS: "Daredevil," "Uncanny X-Men," & More Marvel Comics On Sale August 3, 2016
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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.
Stephen Amell teases what's in store -- or not in store -- for Olicity fans in "Arrow" season five.
Batman's quest for justice indirectly leaves more than a few bodies in its wake.
Ivan Reitman theorizes that the online hate stems from a fierce devotion to the original films.
New photos from the "Dark Tower" set give fans a glimpse of what Matthew McConaughey's villain will look like.
Producer Steven Paul defends the film's "international" interpretation and teases his upcoming "Lone Wolf and Cub" adaptation.
The latest announcement from the Marvel NOW! initiative mixes old characters with new for a fresh Avengers team.
The latest in Marvel's line of digital-first comics features Deadpool and a cast packed with Marvel's wittiest heroes -- and Punisher.
"Midnighter" creative team Steve Orlando and ACO will be involved with the series, which launches this October.
Rihanna reveals in a Facebook video that her father got her into "Star Trek" way back when she was a child.
"Civil War's" home video release will arrive in homes this fall, complete with a sneak peek at "Doctor Strange."
Caity Lotz anticipates more crossovers between the CW superhero shows, especially if it involves two specific Earth-2 villains.