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Charles Soule and Steve McNiven expand the world of Marvel's Inhumans to include new members from the Fantastic Four and X-Men.
Judy Greer and Cheryl Hines are the newest additions to a cast that already features stars Woody Harrelson and Laura Dern.
Marvel's new Hulk opts out of using "Incredible" or "Savage" as his descriptor when the new character and series debut in late 2015.
Dynamite Entertainment has acquired the rights to create comics and books based on the popular toy figures.
Titan Comics will launch an all-new series based on the mega-popular video game franchise in late 2015.
Klemmer re-teams with series creator Greg Berlanti to bring the latest DC Comics-based show to television.
Stephen Amell, Jophn Barrowman, Katie Cassidy and more trade quips, joke around and more in four minutes of "Arrow" outtakes.
Ahead of the arrival of the first "Wytches" collection, co-creators Scott Snyder and Jock have released the complete first issue online, for free.
The cast and crew of "Agent Carter" and "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." will descend on San Diego in July for panels, autographs and more.
Brian Bendis and Sarah Puchelli discuss their new series, and the thrill of bringing Miles Morales into the Marvel Universe.
Here's one more look into the world of "Arkham Knight" before the game arrives in stores tomorrow, June 23.
Deadpool co-creator Rob Liefeld says the movie's script channels the sense of humor prevalent in Quentin Tarantino's work.
In addition to confirming Common's role in the DC villains film, a new rumor places Clint Eastwood's son in a different role than previously believed
The latest poster for Paul Rudd's Marvel Cinematic Universe debut quietly plays up the character's Avengers potential.
A new photo of a promotional standee in a Portuguese movie theater reveals more of the Fantastic Four's" Thing than moviegoers might expect.
September sees Marvel lead into the new "Star Wars" film, kick off a female-led $1 comic promotion and debut Neil Gaiman's "Miracleman" issues.
With a single tweet, Chandler Riggs announced his name as being in - and out - of the running to play the next big screen Peter Parker.
Bruce Timm's New God-inspired take on the classic character arrives, with a quippier attitude, a bullet-deflecting sword and a new rogues gallery.
Commissioner Gordon appears to eulogize the Dark Knight in the latest teaser for Rocksteady's final "Arkham Trilogy" chapter.
BOOM! Studios' latest "Bravest Warriors" mini debuted strong at #2, while DC Comics' "Convergence" finished outside of the top ten.