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The seller assures that it’s tricked out, including a Bat-Signal that shines on the ground whenever you open the driver and passenger doors.
A photograph of the network's offices shows a JLA-themed poster, along with promos for new series starring Bunnicula, Scooby-Doo and Bugs Bunny.
In the rebooted series, fans find Noah Bennet, the man with all the answers, in a decidedly different place, struggling with questions of his own.
Gal Gadot posted a candid pic of herself wearing her "Batman v Superman" hero's logo; Scott M. Gimple teases "Walking Dead" romance and more.
On the eve of "Force Friday," a handful of posters for "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" have arrived online.
The new photos feature series stars Patrick Fugit and Philip Glenister in quiet yet dramatic settings.
Vader has a new mission, but it's completely at odds with his own. Get a first look at "Darth Vader" #9 by Kieron Gillen & Salvador Larroca.
Director George Miller’s post-apocalyptic action film will return to IMAX theaters nationwide beginning Sept. 11.
For a villain who is so obsessed with "survival of the fittest," X-villain Apocalypse sure seems to die a lot.
While not dead ringers for their DC Comics counterparts, TV's new James Olsen & Winslow Schott channel the classic spirit and the current generation.
Before they saved Aquaman from Ariel's squadron of 'toon characters gone bad, the Batmetal crew rocked out to Dethklok's "Face Fisted."
The Flintstone House -- a historic landmark of the Bay Area named after its design inspired by the cartoon series -- is up for sale for $4.2 million.
The director explains that previously reported departure from the remake stemmed from creative differences and not budgetary concerns.
Simone Missick has landed a lead role opposite Mike Colter's Luke Cage in the upcoming Marvel Studios Netflix TV series,
Dave Johnson's retail variant cover to "Dark Knight III: The Master Race" #1 has been unveiled, the first cover from the series to be released.
Announced more than a year ago, Alan Moore's Electricomics app has launched, with new work from himself, Colleen Doran, Garth Ennis and more.
Idris Elba keeps smiling in the face of the "too street" controversy, while another actor rises as a bookmaker's favorite to be the next James Bond.
Fox has released a seven-minute recap of "Gotham's" first season in anticipation for the show's sophomore season, which premieres this month.
With Idris Elba called "too rough" to play Bond by one author, see which famous actor actually did lose the role of James Bond for being too rough.
The producing duo of Sean and Bryan Furst have joined Robert Kirkman's Skybound Entertainment, as the heads of TV and film production.
Considered the title that began the Marvel Universe, CBR explores how Stan Lee and Jack Kirby laid the foundation for more than 50 years of comics.
The "Agent Carter" and "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." dubsmash war has officially begun with a video from Team Carter featuring "The Muppets'" Miss Piggy.
The CG-animated adaptation of the hit mobile game stars Jason Sudeikis, Josh Gad, Danny McBride, Maya Rudolph and Peter Dinklage.
Crackle has unveiled a series of character posters for its upcoming "SuperMansion" series, which features the voice talents of Bryan Cranston and more.
A third variation on "Totally Awesome Hulk's" teaser art keeps the mystery of the new jade giant's identity going.
Long ago (say, the 1980s), in a galaxy far, far away, it was pretty easy to tell one lightsaber from the next. These days, not so much.
Panels dedicated to "Star Wars," "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "Daredevil" and the new "Captain Marvel" creative team highlight this year's LBCC.
Inspired by the Hellenistic period, this series of sculptures interprets pop-culture characters in a parody of the classics.
The Top Cow-exclusive creators discuss their DeviantArt following, "Sunstone's" success, the "Ultimate" Witchblade and writing versus drawing.
Charles Schulz's classic animated special is commemorated in stamp form this holiday season.
Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) has his sights set on something higher in a new poster promoting "Arrow" season four.
DC's Red Robin finds a place in Kotobukiya's ARTFX+ statue line, alongside Batman, Nightwing, Robin, Red Hood and Alfred Pennyworth.
The group, which included members like Alan Fine, Brian Michael Bendis and Joe Quesada, once oversaw the development of Marvel Studios productions.
“Rugrats,” “Doug,” “You Can’t Do That on Television” and “Hey Arnold!” are among the shows the cable network is considering bringing back.
What does the Dark Lord of the Sith do in his alone time. It involves tea and a field of flowers, obviously.
Michael Emerson and EP Greg Plageman explain why a 13-episode Season 5 is a good thing, and how they'd cross over with "Elementary's" Sherlock Holmes.
Fozzie Bear can't figure out how to pronounce "S.H.I.E.L.D.," and Pepe does his best to get Marvel's top spy to spill his show's secrets.
Superhero movies are big box office business right now, but legendary director Steven Spielberg doesn't think it'll be that way forever.
"Daredevil" alum Dawson and "Sons of Anarchy's" Rossi will appear opposite series lead Mike Colter.
The actor cautions that he's not been approached for the sequel, though he hears it's based on the acclaimed "Old Man Logan" storyline.
The writer/artist gets inside the infamous gonzo journalist's head for his adaptation of Thompson's seminal work.
The identity of the "Totally Awesome Hulk" is currently a mystery, and Marvel's new teaser either adds insight or obfuscates further.
The "X-Men: First Class" star will play Lucy Lane's overprotective father as he tries to involve Supergirl in a dangerous government initiative.
With Jared Leto’s Joker likely poised to be the Halloween look for guys this year, a new tutorial shows you how to get the hair and makeup just right.
The "Secret Wars" title will get a post-Battleworld series from writer Sam Humphries and artist Mike Del Mundo.
“Cinderella” director Kenneth Branagh will reportedly take the reins of Disney’s long-developing adaptation of "Artemis Fowl."
Disappointed that he couldn’t rent the actual Batmobile for his wedding, Amit Patel turned on the Bat-Signal and ended up with something better.
The actor under that Stormtrooper armor has adapted to a frantic new schedule but is still enjoying his overall anonymity... while it lasts.
Tim Seeley is the next guest for X-Position and CBR wants your questions for the "Deadpool vs. Thanos" writer.
The legendary writer says his next X-cameo features "someone very important to me," and reveals he's not seen Fox's FF reboot.
MTV's "Scream" paid tribute to horror legend Wes Craven before Tuesday's season finale with a simple title card that read, "Thanks for the screams."
DreamWorks Pictures will reportedly end its distribution arrangement with Disney next year, following the release of Steven Spielberg's "The BFG."
Danai Gurira calls the AMC drama's sixth season a "different roller coaster"; Lee says he didn't film his X-cameo alone and more.
Denmark sent its first astronaut into space today, accompanied by 20 specially designed LEGO toys.
A new English-subtitled trailer has arrived for the second film in the live-action adaptation of Hajime Isayama’s bestselling manga.
Happy New Comics Day! There's no better way to find the hottest new releases or hard-to-find back issues than FindAComicShop.com.
Could Liv really be hankering for a hunk of one of her best friends' gray matter? Check out the trailer and find out!
In a new series by Tom King, Gabriel Hernandez Walta & Jordie Bellaire, the Vision adjusts to suburban life with a wife and children of his creation.
The CW's favorite superheroes' theme songs and catch phrases get the DJ remix treatment in a fun, new promo.
Alex Kingston will reprise her role as River Song in the "Doctor Who" Christmas special, making her first appearance alongside Peter Capaldi.
"Daredevil" comes to a dramatic close, "Green Lantern" runs into some Thanagarian trouble, plus many others from DC, Marvel, BOOM! & more
Elle Fanning, Olivia Cooke and Lola Kirke are reported to be on the shortlist for Steven Spielberg's adaptation of "Ready Player One."
Backed once again by his band the Children of Batman, the Dark Knight has returned to kick butt and belt out metal.
Rian Johnson's "Star Wars: Episode VIII" will reportedly feature a new female lead and Rodriguez, Maslany and Cooke have made it to the shortlist.
Kermit the Frog has apparently moved on from Miss Piggy, and will have a new love interest on the forthcoming ABC series "The Muppets."
Dark Horse's "Avatar: The Last Airbender" comics pick up where the TV show left off, and here's a look at how the story has progressed so far.
In a slew of new photos from the season two premiere, new villains like Theo and Tabitha Galavan arrive and young Bruce Wayne explores a cave.
Iddo Goldberg has landed the role of Dr. T.O. Morrow, who creates the advanced android Red Tornado for the U.S. Army, on CBS' "Supergirl."
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has tapped the industry veterans to produce the Academy Awards telecast, airing on Feb. 28.
The WWE Hall of Famer has been charged with third-degree murder and involuntary manslaughter following the 1983 death of his girlfriend.
"Age of Apocalypse" and "Deadpool & Cable: Split Second" writer Fabian Nicieza answers your questions about his two mutant series for Marvel.
Inspired by Ben Brucker's superhero murals, a team of employees from Viking Direct used the Force, and several thousand Post-It notes, to brighten their own office.
Titled "Brides," Aguirre-Sacasa and Berlanti's family drama posits what would have happened if Van Helsing hadn't killed the brides of Dracula.
When one fan commented that Captain Phasma's armor wasn't feminine enough, the official "Star Wars" Facebook page had a Forceful response.
Fans of any comic or movie franchise eventually come up with their own personal canon of what "counts" and what doesn't, so what's in yours?
Tony Grisoni will write the four-part adaptation of the award-winning 2009 novel.
"Star Wars" director J.J. Abrams reveals what it was like to look C-3PO in the eye and give him directions on the "Force Awakens" set.
The replica of the Dwarven kingdom of Erebor from "The Hobbit" stands 7 feet tall and weighs nearly 300 pounds.
Jon Moisan, who's worked at Marvel since 2011, is headed to the west coast for a new position at Robert Kirkman's Skybound Entertainment.
Stars Daniel Craig and Léa Seydoux are showcased in the latest images from the 24th James Bond film, the Sam Mendes-directed "Spectre."
Illustrator Nate Powell discusses telling Congressman John Lewis' story in Top Shelf's "March" and how the experienced has transformed him.
Even after his backstory was revealed in the "Star Wars" prequels, Boba Fett retains a mystique that proves irresistible to fans -- and fan filmmakers.
Joe Madureira's studio, Airship Syndicate, will soon launch a campaign to crowdfund their upcoming JRPG.
Stephen King's "Dark Tower" story continues in an all-new series by Robin Furth, Peter David and Jonathan Marks.
The "Kick-Ass" veteran is out to find her brother and save the world in this latest adaptation of a young-adult sci-fi novel.
Two men suspected of planning a mass shooting last month at the Pokemon World Championships in Boston will be held without bail for the next four months.
Anthony Horowitz, the latest "James Bond" novelist, said that Elba is "a bit too rough" for the suave character and later apologized for his comments.
Mavis pulls off some impressive BMX stunts in this new clip from director Genndy Tartakovsky's "Hotel Transylvania 2."
ComiXology has announced a deal with the U.S. imprint of Japanese publisher Kodansha Ltd. to bring its manga titles to the digital platform.
Max Allan Collins explains why he's one of the "most hated" "Batman" writers ever, his amusement at Jason Todd's fate and his upcoming TV series.
The latest prologue to Disney XD's upcoming "Guardians of the Galaxy" animated series focuses on Gamora's mysterious past.
12-year-old boy missed out on Tampa Bay Comic Con, but got his own mini-con! Ben Hatke talks "Little Robot"! Liz Suburbia chats about "Sacred Heart"! Plus more!
There have been a lot of PC mods for "Grand Theft Auto V," but none will likely be more pleasing to "Star Wars" fans than these two.
With his fourth James Bond film opening in November, star Daniel Craig doesn’t seem particularly excited for a fifth.
The Dark Knight continues his hunt for the Joker and Harley Quinn in new images and video from the DC Comics film.
Oscar Isaac talks bringing Apocalypse to life; "Wonder Woman" gains the production name "Nightingale" and more.
Zuko must be removed from the throne or the country will perish in Dark Horse's latest "Avatar: The Last Airbender" story by Gene Yang & Gurihiru.
The 2013 third-person shooter is coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in November with a $50 re-release.
The beloved animator, whose films include "My Neighbor Totoro" and "Spirited Away," is paying for the construction of the nature retreat on Japan's Kumejima Island.
The influential "Nightwing" artist will next turn his attention to the corrupt world of modern banking in a new independent series.
As tickets go on sale for the North American theatrical release, Funimation has debuted a new teaser for the two-movie adaptation of the bestselling manga.
Michael Shannon clarified that he only participated in the upcoming Zack Snyder film by way of voice over work.
Sean Ryan spoke with CBR about the "All-New, All-Different" volume of of "Nova" which features a partnership between Sam Alexander and his father.
"Grayson" #11 is fun and action-packed, "Hank Johnson, Agent of HYDRA" #1 is hilarious, plus "East of West," "Lumberjanes" and many more.
For the past four days, Uber Seattle offered rides in cars modeled after those from the blockbuster summer film "Mad Max: Fury Road" -- for free.
A Marvel Studios reorganization leads to president Kevin Feige now reporting to Disney chief Alan Horn instead of Marvel CEO Ike Perlmutter.
Macquarie Securities analyst Tim Nollen estimates merchandise based on the upcoming film bringing in $5 billion in sales within the first year.
"The Amazing Spider-Man" star weighed in on how the pressure to please everyone negatively impacted his experience working on the films.
With the tagline "Get up to speed," the latest teaser image for "The Flash" season two features Jay Garrick's helmet front and center.
The season premiere of "Gotham" is three weeks away, but a chunk of it -- featuring Jerome and Barbara -- is available to watch right now.
Inspired by Kelly Sue DeConnick and Valetine De Landro's "Bitch Planet," the leggings are available in two styles for $79 a piece.
When Thompson and Stacey Lee's "Silk" returns this fall, Cindy Moon will be on the wrong side of the law -- but will it be for the right reasons?
Torture comes into play as U.S.-Canadian aggression continues in Image Comics' "We Stand on Guard" #3 by Brian K. Vaughan & Steve Skroce.
"There's so much exuberance and joy in Noelle Stevenson, Shannon Watters and Brooke Allen's 'Lumberjanes' #17 that it just bleeds off of the page."
This father fired up the forge to fulfill his son's wish for "a REAL Thor's hammer" for his birthday, and the result is spectacular.
Despite the drop in viewership, AMC's "The Walking Dead" spinoff continued to pull in a gargantuan number of viewers in its second week.
Vanesa Del Rey will join writer James Robinson for "Scarlet Witch's" solo debut, which features a cover from David Aja.
Horror movie veteran Tony Todd will voice the villainous Zoom in "The Flash" season two, though who's underneath the outfit is still a mystery.
Much like Tony Stark's armor, the "Iron Man" logo went through a number of iterations before a final design was settled upon.
It stands to reason that at some point in humanity's epic life-or-death struggle against the enormous Titans, dogs will enter the fray.