PREVIEWS: "Spider-Gwen," "Chewbacca" & More Marvel Comics on Sale October 14, 2015
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Lucasfilm is not happy with Amy Schumer's new GQ photoshoot depicting, among other things, her topless in bed with C-3PO and R2-D2.
Even while promoting Marvel Studios' "Ant-Man" on "Conan," Paul Rudd didn't let go of his proclivity for a certain "Mac and Me" clip.
CBR has the exclusive first details on the addition of Anarky to "Arrow," to be played by "The Returned" actor Alexander Calvert.
Dum Dum Dugan and his team of monstrous Howling Commandos get an origin story in next month's "SHIELD" #9, before headlining their own series.
John Francis Daley & Jonathan M. Goldstein, the duo behind "Vacation," are reportedly Marvel and Sony's choices to write "Spider-Man."
Get an up-close look at the new live-action Storm, Nightcrawler, Jubilee, Jean Grey and Cyclops from 2016's "X-Men: Apocalypse."
Adam Copeland -- better known as retired professional wrestler Edge -- will play a villainous Atom-Smasher on season two of "The Flash."
2017's "LEGO Batman" film will reunite "Arrested Development" cast members, with Michael Cera joining the returning Will Arnett, the voice of Batman.
Oscar Isaac, Olivia Munn and Michael Fassbender are in full costume on the cover of Entertainment Weekly, promoting 2016's "X-Men: Apocalypse."
Jennifer Lawrence, Michael B, Jordan, Ryan Reynolds, Channing Tatum and more united for a 20th Century Fox superhero group photo at Comic-Con.
Look back on Stan Lee's 25 years of Marvel movie cameos in a new infographic, ranging from "Trial of the Incredible Hulk" to "Age of Ultron."
August brings manga artists to Marvel for a series of variants, and CBR has the exclusive look at "Guardians of Knowhere," "Silk" and more.
Take a deeper look into DC Comics' October 2015 solicitations, which reveal the imminent end of "Injustice: Year Four" and plenty more.
Marvel Comics' latest variant promotion features artists paying homage to classic rap album covers, from Wu-Tang Clan to De La Soul and beyond!
In advance of the Marvel Studios film, Ant-Man and Michael Douglas shared a moment while ringing the New York Stock Exchange's closing bell.
Green Goblin wielding an Infinity Gauntlet? Marvel's latest return to "What If?" takes an alternate look at 2013's "Infinity" event.
Marvel Comics' new all-ages, in-continuity "Spidey" will star a teenage Peter Parker.
Axel Alonso, Chip Zdarsky, Robbie Thompson and more gather at Comic-Con to talk the latest developments in the Spider-Man books and related series.
The '90s "Deadpool" team of Joe Kelly and Ed McGuinness are back in action at Marvel, this time bringing Spider-Man along for the ride.
Have no fear, Squirrel Girl fans: Ryan North and Erica Henderson are returning for a new #1 in October, as part of the wider Marvel relaunch.