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Mark Millar updates on "Starlight" and "Chrononauts," while a member of the Watchmen seeks to enter the DC Cinematic Universe.
Check out this exclusive preview of Alex Toth's classic "Bravo For Adventure," reprinted in a deluxe hardcover from IDW Publishing.
With Tony Stark battling back from addiction during Denny O'Neil's "Iron Man" run, did Marvel originally plan to kill off his replacement?
With the "Supergirl" television series on the horizon, ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant looks back on the long, and occasionally complicated, history of DC's Maid of Might.
As the urge to travel grows this summer, it's time to "bug out!" Share your favorite covers featuring insects, arachnids and more creepy crawlies.
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It's up to the Bravest Warriors to figure out who murdered Jelly Kid in Kate Leth & Ian McGinty's "Bravest Warriors" #33 from BOOM! Studios.
In their spotlight on comics adapting ideas from other media, CSBG examines the Batcave's introduction and adaptation from the Batman serials.
A sequel to "Tron: Legacy" isn't happening, with a report stating Disney is not moving forward with a new film in the franchise.
Kickstarter backers have successfully funded a Tony Chu mini-bust based on "Chew," John Layman & Rob Guillory's acclaimed Image Comics series.
Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie and Matt Wilson's hit Image series "The Wicked + The Divine" is in motion as a TV series with Universal Television.
Following the departure of Mike Marts, Mark Paniccia is officially Senior Editor of the X-Men titles, joined by X-books veteran Daniel Ketchum.
Designed by "Final Fantasy's" Tetsuya Nomura, the Variant Play Arts Kai Batman figure is a glorious, crime-fighting nightmare.
Returning to a custom of decades past, June releases from DC Comics will feature half-page ads on the same pages as story content.
Learn what challenges await when the Riddler creates a combination racetrack/puzzle designed to destroy Batman!
Stephen Amell and Megan Fox are playing cops and robbers as part of their roles in the incoming "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" sequel.
The young star reveals what she was afraid of while shooting the seismic disaster film, and how she could only see The Rock as her big screen daddy.
A film based on BOOM! Studios' breakout series "Lumberjanes" is in the works at Fox, with Will Widger hired to write the script.
Charles Xavier's dream is dead, but Magneto's is very much alive. Don't miss the new "Secret Wars" series from Chris Burnham & Ramon Villalobos.
Along with a wave of corporate sponsors, Marvel is looking for high school aged young women to pay their love of tiny scientific discovery forward in their communities.
Writer Paul Cornell and artist Tony Parker discuss their new Dark Horse series, which has been hailed as "Spinal Tap" meets "Ghostbusters."
A series of animated pre-vis sequences from the Marvel Studios picture reveal a different fate for a classic villain.
Saying "the business is crazy right now," seven-time Oscar winner Rick Baker is retiring from the Hollywood special effects world at age 64.
Rough footage from the canceled EA Chicago game showcases the destruction unleashed in a brawl between a rampaging Hulk and smack-talking Cap.
The actress speaks with SPINOFF about experiencing one of the scariest moments of her life in pursuit of a good stunt shot.
The improbably long-running cartoon show will come to an end starting in June and knows its place in the culture.
Bruce Campbell's Ash Williams -- and his chainsaw arm -- are back in the latest promo video for Starz's upcoming series "Ash vs. Evil Dead."
Learn how close we came to a West Coast spin-off of the X-Men! Plus, did Rhodey almost die? And did a Marvel character miss his own final issue?
Writer Tim Seeley tells CBR that when Death disappears from the Marvel U, it's up to her exes to uncover her whereabouts and restore balance to the universe.
Thieves broke into Alpha Comics in Calgary, Alberta, early Thursday, taking more than 500 comic books and trade paperbacks, stuffing them in a garbage bag.
The “24” veteran joins the NBC revival in a recurring role as the mysterious and militant Farah.
3D models of a proposed mine set in Black Panther's home country reveal a scrapped story beat from "Age of Ultron."
Singapore arts council cites "sensitive content" in "The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye"! "Zippy's" Documentary examines real-life inspirations for Archie characters!
The cartoonist shares the secret origin of his "exaggerated auto-bio" comic with CBR, and his plans for the future of the Oafiverse.
This week, Line artists depict modern comic characters as if they debuted in the Golden Age, including Guardians of the Galaxy, Heckspawn and Scott Pilgrim!
The filmmaker says he’s be interested in continuing his 2000 superhero drama as a limited-run television series.
The Washington, D.C., Transit Authority will reject all issue-oriented advertising after an anti-Islam group sought to run an ad featuring a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad
Rose Byrne talks about Xavier's "incredible" suit; Mark Millar reveals what he's seen of the "FF" reboot and more.
The young stars talk with SPINOFF about their new mashup of spy thriller and teen comedy, their excitement for "X-Men: Apocalypse" and singing.
No longer riding shotgun alongside the Joker, Harley Quinn hops onto a bike to escape the Batmobile in new "Suicide Squad" photos.
Ryan Reynolds leaves his mark in a goodbye set photo from the recently-wrapped "Deadpool."
The over-the-top Swedish martial-arts comedy “Kung Fury” has punched and kicked its way online — all 31 minutes of it.
Director James Gunn gets honest about whether or not Avengers foe Kang will ever show up in one of Marvel's cosmic films.
With the first season of "The Flash" in our rear view, CSBG runs down the villains Barry fought, and looks in on their first comic book appearances.
Mark Russell tells CBR about his reimagined take on "Prez," including a trillionaire named Wayne, political advisers based on celebrity academics and more.
"Secret Wars" remakes the Marvel U in Battleworld's image in "Armor Wars," "Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows," "X-Tinction Agenda" and more.
Get ready for a lot more of Nicholas D'Agosto -- who plays Harvey Dent, the future Two-Face -- next season on Fox's "Gotham."
The organization has started a petition against Fox's "Lucifer," a show based on Neil Gaiman's "Sandman" character.
Based on a set photo from "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2," former WWE Champion Sheamus will play popular henchman Rocksteady in the film.
In Titan Comics' latest issue of "The Tenth Doctor," Robbie Morrison and Elena Casagrande deliver a secret auction that could doom the galaxy.
A handful of new "Suicide Squad" set photos offer a much clearer picture of the Joker, Harley Quinn and Batman's car chase sequence.
Tara Strong discusses her take on the iconic character, inheriting the voice from original actor Arleen Sorkin and her hopes for Margot Robbie's big screen version.
The Uglydoll animated feature will the first of several family-oriented projects for STX Entertainment in the company’s first-ever initiative of this kind.
Hasbro's CEO suggests the fan-favorite yellow Autobot could get his own movie in the planned "Transformers" cinematic universe.
The DC heroes team-up to fight Lex Luthor's Legion of Doom -- which includes LEGO versions of Sinestro, Gorilla Grodd, Cheetah and more.
"Invincible" #120 features "Ryan Ottley's bloodiest drawn fights next to some of Robert Kirkman's most touching, feel-good family moments."
J.M. DeMatteis, producer James Tucker and character designer Phil Bourassa discuss their film, based loosely on Scott Snyder & Greg Capullo's "Court of Owls" story.
"Readers who miss Wolverine or love artful violence need to check out Brian Michael Bendis and Andrea Sorrentino's 'Old Man Logan' #1 posthaste. "
The Flash mod enables the red-clad character to run faster and fly higher, while the Reverse-Flash version introduces the yellow suit.
With Marvel Studios' "Ant-Man" arriving in July, a new poster shows Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) on his preferred mode of transportation (an ant).
Rick Remender spoke with CBR about "Deadly Class," his and Wes Craig's series about teen misfits at a high school for assassins in the 1980s.
Starz hasn’t given the green light just yet, but the “Hannibal” producer says the fantasy novel adaptation could debut in late 2016.
Like many of his other genre film roles, Andy Serkis' "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" part will be motion captured.
Charles Soule, John Timms and Roberto Poggi's "Inhumans: Attilan Rising" #1 "puts a new spin on the Inhumans, Battleworld and Lord Doom's inner circle."
Rocket Raccoon joins his best friend for an interstellar adventure courtesy of writer Jeff Loveness and artist Brian Kesinger!
The superstar artist lends his considerable skills - and humor - to Howard's new series, and CBR has the exclusive debut of his variant cover!
Because of the sheer size, it’s difficult to review "Convergence" in its entirety, but here are five series from the 89-issue event worth hunting down!
There have been a lot of Iron Man action figures release over the past eight years, but none of them are as amazing as artist Sam Kwok's custom creations.
Marguerite Bennett is the next guest for X-Position and CBR wants your questions for the "Years of Future Past" writer.
The filmmaker explains to SPINOFF that grounding the disaster movie in emotion was as important as creating the eye-popping visual effects.
"There's a lot to like in Dustin Weaver and Gerry Duggan's 'The Infinity Gauntlet' #1, and a lot more to look forward to in future issues."
Joy introduces viewers to some of Riley’s childhood memories in the latest clip from the upcoming Pixar film.
The Eternal Warrior must protect Earth's final Geomancer in Valiant's "Book of Death" by Robert Venditti, Robert Gill & Doug Braithwaite.
Maria Hill wants the X-Men's help with a major mutant problem on Utopia in Marvel's "All-New X-Men" #41 by Brian Michael Bendis and Mahmud Asrar.
New footage shows Harley Quinn riding shotgun in Joker's flashy ride while Batman cuts his way in from above.
In new set photos from "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2," Brian Tee and Brittany Ishibashi appear in costume as Shredder and his daughter, Karai.
Ahead of its June 5 debut, Netflix has released eight trailers for the sci-fi thriller from J. Michael Straczynski and Andy and Lana Wachowski.
The "Eightball" cartoonist discusses hate mail, Shia LaBeouf incident. Comics scholar David Beronä passes away. A look at romance comics. Plus more.
The action hero reveals how the film's team rallied to raise the bar while making a modern disaster epic.
Just two days after its launch, the campaign for the role-playing game has already exceeded its goal by more than $24,000.
The first chapter of the OGN from Kelly Thompson and Meredith McClaren can be downloaded for free through Dark Horse Digital.
Paul Cornell explains to CBR why he's always up for writing more "Doctor Who," especially when it's a special crossover event like "Four Doctors."
Paramount Pictures has acquired the rights to "Beyblade" - the Japanese spinning toys turned multimedia franchise - with plans to develop a live-action feature.
Frank Grillo wraps filming on "Captain America: Civil War," Sophie Turner talks playing X-Man Jean Grey and more.
Tokyo-based Tatsunoko Production has announced it's developing a modern take on the classic anime series.
When Scarecrow makes his bid to control Gotham in "Batman: Arkham Knight," which side will Poison Ivy find herself on?
Advancer Technologies has released a tutorial for 3D-printed bionic claws that make use of the company’s muscle sensor that detects whether you’re flexing.
The Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors - and their comics companions! - join forces in Paul Cornell and Neil Edwards' crossover miniseries!
Han Solo is in hot water while Luke fights the galaxy's most dangerous mercenary in Marvel's "Star Wars" #6 by Jason Aaron and John Cassaday.
Daniel Clowes' work may once again be headed to the big screen, with Woody Harrelson and Laura Dern in negotiations to headline "Wilson."
After severe flooding affected the area, local Houston comic shops have experienced slight delays, though fortunately they didn't sustain any major damage.
Batman has had many weird plans to protect his secret identity over the years, but Rainbow Batman might be the weirdest.
Warner Bros.' 2017 "Wonder Woman" film looks close to landing "Star Trek" star Chris Pine, as long-running supporting character Steve Trevor.
Jason Aaron tells CBR about Arkon the Imperion's exploration of a bizarre Battleworld domain in his new "Secret Wars" series with Mike Del Mundo.
This week, learn how "Family Guy" made it to the air, and just how close it came to being part of another Fox show!
Promotional art for "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" has given fans a detailed look at the film's lead characters.
"Ant-Man's" Andrew Barrer and Gabriel Ferrari have joined the team behind Paramount's expanded universe plans, which may include a Cybertron origin movie.
Acclaimed French cartoonist Pénélope Bagieu discusses her American debut, her hopes for more English translations of her work, and more.
Sci-fi author William Gibson has teamed with IDW Publishing for a new four-issue miniseries, though firm details are yet to be announced.
After plenty of build-up and the massive "Convergence" event, the new DC Comics is here. Read complete stories from current and upcoming titles now.
Adam Reed has teamed with "Community" vet Megan Ganz for animated pilot "Cassius & Clay," a buddy comedy set in a post-apocalyptic future.
Fred Van Lente spoke with CBR about Ivar, Timewalker's upcoming adventure at Valiant, declaring that Doc Brown knows nothing about time travel!
Oscar-winning actress Tilda Swinton is reportedly close to joining Marvel Studios' "Doctor Strange," as Strange's mentor the Ancient One.
PlayStation players will get a first crack at Scarecrow Nightmare Missions and skins based on the 1966 TV series and "Justice League 3000."
The bestselling book series will released as a monthly comic beginning in August, a first for publisher Fantagraphics Books.
First announced in 2013, Troy Little's graphic novel adaptation of "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" is now scheduled for release in October.
The "Hannibal" star discusses the aftermath of Season 2's bloodbath, where the new season begins, and his character's relationship with Dr. Lecter.
DC's latest Sneak Peek by Peter J. Tomasi and Paulo Siqueira hints at peril for Barry Allen and rocky roads ahead for Superman and Wonder Woman.
The feline Internet sensation teams with Dynamite - and her brother Pokey - for a three-issue miniseries and weekly webcomic.
Following the events of "Convergence," who will wear the mantle of Earth 2's Batman? Find out in this all-new story by Daniel H. Wilson and Jorge Jimenez!
Chip Zdarsky spoke exclusively with CBR with about his new "Jugead" series, who will draw his adventures, the death of Reggie Mantle and more.
Ishibashi will replace Minae Noji in the role of Karai, Shredder's daughter and a high-ranking member of the Foot Clan.
San Francisco's Cartoon Art Museum to stay put through September! Brian K. Vaughan on how he constructs a story! Nate Powell talks about his art! More!
The creative team from Valiant's just-completed miniseries is already looking forward to its sequel, set to debut in April 2016.
After drawing widespread attention last week for its effort to block singer Rihanna from trademarking "Robyn," DC Comics has turned its attention to Gotham.
With the final issue of the weekly event series, Jeff King, Scott Lobdell and a cadre of artists have altered the face of the DCU.
Josh Hartnett clarifies his statement about his regrets over his relationship with "Dark Knight" director Christopher Nolan.
Brendan McCarthy reveals to SPINOFF the inspiration behind "Fury Road's" post-apocalyptic visions and discusses the film's feminist viewpoint.
Art shows off Gal Gadot's full Amazon suit; Cara Delevingne says "Suicide Squad" is the "best thing in the world" and more.
A Sundance Film Festival hit, the coming-of-age story is based on Phoebe Gloeckner's 2002 graphic novel.