UnSHIELDED: "Agents of SHIELD" Evolves With the Marvel Cinematic Universe
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With Devon Aoki vacating the role due to a scheduling conflict, "The Wolverine's" Rila Fukushima join's "Arrow" as Katana.
Actor Greg Finely moves to Central City to take on "The Flash" as the metal-skinned rogue known as Girder.
Marvel's CCO has drawn a variant cover for September's weekly "Death of Wolverine" event.
From the ashes of the events of "AXIS," Marvel's next event, comes an all-new series written by Rick Remender.
San Diego Harbor Police state the injuries suffered by a Comic-Con attendee "were not the result of a criminal assault," but likely a fall.
Marvel has released an early look at Jason Aaron and John Cassaday's January-debuting "Star Wars" #1.
Hulk and Thor join the fight as Marvel releases the final pieces of its massive "Avengers: Age of Ultron" image.
A new promo for The CW's "The Flash" highlights star Grant Gustin's need for speed.
A wave of Ultrons threatens to overwhelm the heroes in two new promo posters for Joss Whedon's "Avengers: Age of Ultron."
Ahead of this weekend's Hall H presentation at SDCC, Marvel Studios has debuted concept art from its upcoming "Ant-Man" movie.
Grant Morrison's "The Multiversity: Pax Americana" #1 arrives in November, and CBR has the exclusive reveal of Frank Quitely's finished cover.
Gail Simone is scripting Dynamite's latest crossover event, announced with the working title of "Women of Dynamite."
Writer Tom Taylor discloses several details about "Superior Iron Man" and Tony Stark's increased ambition and ego.
Joe Quesada will appear on the July 16 edition of "The Colbert Report" to announce an 'all-new' series and era for a 'classic' Marvel character.
The first full trailer for Disney's animated adaptation of Marvel Comics' "Big Hero 6" showcases the story's mix of action and humor.
Jason Aaron and Russell Dauterman introduce a female "Thor" to the Marvel Universe in October. UPDATED with a look at the now-unworthy original Thor.
CBR has the exclusive first look at the cover and solicitation text for the first issue of Scott Snyder and Jock's new Image horror series, "Wytches."
Nate Powell's cover for the "significantly longer" second volume of "March" depicts Congressman John Lewis' speech at the 1963 March on Washington.
JG Jones makes his writing debut in 2015 on an 'edgy little piece' published by BOOM! Studios and featuring a mystery co-writer.
Archie Comics co-CEO Jon Goldwater says Archie Andrews' death, which occurs while preventing Kevin Keller from being shot, epitomizes 'the best of all of us.'