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Ray Palmer's gunning to rid the Wild West of outlaws in a CBR-exclusive clip from "Legends of Tomorrow's" Jonah Hex-starring episode.
A mysterious video teases the creation of a violent new character at the hands of Hugo Strange.
Politics come to Riverdale as Hiram Lodge runs for office in Mark Waid and Veronica Fish's "Archie" #8
The Winter Soldier locks up with an armorless Iron Man and allies in an extended version of the trailer's glove vs gun scene.
Each issue of the event series will feature a special Cho-illustrated variant in vintage fight poster style.
Daisy brings her recruits together for their first team mission in a new teaser, but will that mean the end of SHIELD?
Fans unable to attend the show will still have the opportunity to experience SDCC's biggest presentations.
Marvel's heroes take on bad guys, and each other, in nearly nine minutes of behind the scenes footage from the upcoming sequel.
Scott Gimple promises that it was never the intent of the show's creators to mess with fan expectations in a negative way.
Scott Lang meets Steve Rogers in a scene from Marvel Studios' anticipated superhero clash.
The Teen Titans morph into their superhero personas in a CBR-exclusive clip from the animated superhero clash.
The publisher has officially released Joe Quinones and Joëlle Jones' contributions to the upcoming Hanna-Barbera line of comics.
The poster assembles Iron Man and Cap's teams, including Ant-Man and the Falcon's new robotic drone, Redwing.
Danger lurks in the water and falls from the skies in this look at what lies ahead in the AMC drama's second season.
Ethan Van Sciver has shared inked pages from his contribution to the upcoming DC Comics universe-changing event.
Tom Derenick's turnaround art offers a clean look at the iconic character's new Jim Lee-designed costume.
The oversized hardcover will feature rarely seen production art from the video game giant's most iconic titles, interviews and more.
Marvel remained the top publisher overall, but DC Comics and BOOM! Studios both cracked March's Top Ten.
The former Penguin's new family pushes him to the breaking point, and Jim Gordon is loose on Gotham's streets in new scenes.
The writer has long-term plans for the DC Comics imprint, including writing several series, but there's a third "Umbrella Academy" on the way from Dark Horse.