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Liefeld talks to CBR about the character's enduring popularity, reveals which movie prop he pondered stealing, and shares details for his new Deadpool tale.
As the Merc With the Mouth gets the big screen treatment, his co-creator recalls how Wade Wilson was born and quickly became a marquee superhero.
Lotz tells CBR that while her character seemed to have moved past the dark places she went to on "Arrow," she still has her demons to contend with.
The five top-tier actors look back at -- and laugh a lot about -- making the latest film from quirky cinematic masters, the Coen brothers.
LINK FIXED: After playing the Doctor, Smith tells us how much he's enjoying new and challenging roles including his twisted new literary adaptation.
Joe Henderson explains how the comics inspire the series, and how the Endless, while not yet on the table, may not be off limits in the future.
As hints abound that a stint as Hellcat might be in the future, the actress is as eager as her fans to see what comes next.
The "Walking Dead" vet enjoyed skipping likability while assuming the role of Frank Castle, getting to the core of who and what The Punisher really is.
Franz Drameh expresses his excitement about bringing his half of the Nuclear Man closer to its original comic incarnation.
The two actors hint at the ties that bind their roles, and the trouble they may pose for Peggy Carter.
Scene-stealer James D'Arcy offers behind the scenes insights about the show's shift to Golden Age Hollywood and the surprise introduction of Jarvis' missus.
Gillian Anderson discusses her return to Chris Carter's world, how Scully's son figures into the equation, and her cryptic final "Hannibal" scene.
"The X-Files" veteran discusses returning to his iconic role in the Fox revival, and what the future might hold for the cult-favorite series.
Actor Falk Hentschel tells CBR he took immediately to his character's long-lived perspective -- if not the classic shirtless comics look.
EPs Michele Fazekas, Tara Butters & Chris Dingess hint at noir influences and fresh takes on familiar Marvel elements during Season Two.
Victor Garber reveals what he loves about his grounded role in "Legends of Tomorrow" and teases "poignant" scenes with co-star Brandon Routh.
Andrew Kreisberg and Sarah Schechter discuss what lies ahead for the Girl of Steel, including the new take on the classic Superman tale.
The star of Marvel's "Agent Carter" reveals what to expect as Peggy relocates to 1940s Los Angeles, with all of its glitz, glamour and danger.
The star of CBS' superhero TV sensation offers a view into her world since the show's debut and a glimpse of future storylines.
Ciara Renée, the live-action Hawkgirl, tells CBR News "nothing's ever really off the table" on the time-traveling "DC's Legends of Tomorrow."