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Loot Crate's latest variant is for BOOM! Studios' "Bravest Warriors: Tales from the Holo John" one-shot. CBR has the first look at the cover art.
The first trailer for "The Muppets" has arrived, with slightly more "adult" situations -- like Fozzie meeting his (human) girlfriend's parents.
The final round of promotional posters for this season of "The Flash" and "Arrow' have debuted, starring Matt Nable, Wentworth Miller and more.
CBR has details of Dark Horse's one-shot finale to Matt Kindt's "MIND MGMT," along with the first look at a variant cover by Geof Darrow.
The "Masters of the Universe" minicomics are back -- this time as part of a 1,232-page hardcover collection from Dark Horse Comics.
Archie Comics Publisher Jon Goldwater talks with CBR about its campaign to fund new "Jughead," "Betty and Veronica" and "Life with Kevin" series.
Months of build seem to be paying off for "Secret Wars," as the first issue of the event series has already set digital sales records for Marvel.
James Tynion IV & Ming Doyle have departed yet-to-debut DC Comics' series "Dark Universe," but the duo remain on "Constantine: The Hellblazer."
The CW's untitled "Flash"/"Arrow" spinoff now has a title -- "Legends of Tomorrow" -- and a series order, along with the first plot details.
Screenwriters Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely will take on the biggest Marvel Studios adventure yet, the two-part "Avengers: Infinity War."
A new video reveals the rest of Kevin Conroy's co-stars, as John Noble, Jonathan Banks, Ashley Greene and more arrive in Gotham City.
Production on the Marvel Studios sequel is now underway, with Paul Rudd (Ant-Man), William Hurt (Thunderbolt Ross) and more confirmed for its cast.
With "Revenge" ending this month, Emily VanCamp will reportedly return as Agent 13/Sharon Carter in 2016's "Captain America Civil War."
Though "Powers" will get a second season on the PlayStation Network, it'll be without Charlie Huston, due to reported "creative differences."
The CW's adaptation of DC/Vertigo series "iZombie" will live on, as the network has renewed it for a second season ahead of upfronts.
Geoff Johns and Gary Frank talk with CBR about reshaping the Bat-mythos and introducing new takes on the Riddler and Killer Croc.
The "Arrow" and "Flash" executive producer now has his sights set on "Infinite Horizon," an Image Comics miniseries by Gerry Duggan and Phil Noto.
A report states that serious contenders to direct the next "Spider-Man" include Jared Hess ("Napoleon Dynamite") and Jason Moore ("Pitch Perfect").
When it comes to angry fans on Twitter, "Guardians of the Galaxy" director James Gunn urges for responding with compassion rather than more anger.
The next installment of "Disney Infinity" will, as predicted, focus on all eras of "Star Wars," along with new Marvel additions and more.