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Lazy Sunday? Make the most of it by perusing art from comics including "Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man" #12 and "Howard the Duck" #2.
First teased by Marvel in late October, a married-with-child Spider-Man and Mary Jane appear set for the "Secret Wars" spotlight.
Marvel's next "Star Wars" comic has been revealed via a cover by Phil Noto: "Journey to the Force Awakens - Shattered Empire," starting in September.
The X-Men of the 1990s animated series will return in a new Infinite Comic during "Secret Wars," from Chris Sims, Chad Bowers and Scott Koblish.
The Clown Prince of Crime takes center stage in DC Comics' latest variant cover theme month, in covers by David Finch, Rafael Albuquerque and more.
Director George Miller and collaborators continue the "Fury Road" comics prequel in June, with a one-shot starring Charlize Theron's character.
A newly surfaced, unconfirmed rumor states that Dominic Cooper is the early frontrunner to play Jesse Custer in AMC's "Preacher" adaptation.
Man of Action's Steven T. Seagle revealed to CBR that he's working on a TV adaptation of the Vertigo series he co-created with Becky Cloonan.
Captain Cold, Heat Wave and Lisa Snart take center stage in newly released images from upcoming "Flash" episode "Rogue Time."
The CW has released 19 new images from upcoming "Arrow" episode "Suicidal Tendencies," including Oliver and the Atom going head to head.
Dan Jurgens and Bernard Chang talk to CBR News about the key differences between their "Batman Beyond" comic book and original animated series.
The first planned "Star Wars" spinoff film is titled "Rogue One," scheduled for release in 2016, to be followed by 2017's "Episode VIII."
Dan Slott admitted to CBR News that the Spider-Gwen costume isn't what he first envisioned, but he's glad no one listened to him about it.
Paul Jenkins tells CBR about his plans for "Spawn," which start this week with the "Spawn Resurrection" one-shot illustrated by Jonboy Meyers.
Archie's superhero line expands beyond its initial offerings with "The Hangman" from Frank Tieri & Felix Ruiz, a book the writer calls "disturbing."
Steve Orlando talks to CBR about writing a "hyper-confident" gay character, and pushing Midnighter to be good at something other than fighting.
The "Harley Quinn" team of Jimmy Palmiotti, Amanda Conner & Chad Hardin discuss that book's success, and Palmiotti & Conner talk "Starfire's" future.
"Powers" moves to yet another medium, as Brian Michael Bendis and Neil Kleid will co-write the first book set in the world of the comic.
The "Powers" co-creator talks with CBR News about the Sony TV series, casting the show and how the long road to production worked in its favor.
The always-busy writer talks about his even-busier June, where he adds "Aquaman" and "Green Lantern: The Lost Army" to his DC Comics slate.