Axel-In-Charge: Waid & Samnee on "Black Widow" and the Dawn of the All-New, All-Different Era
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J. Scott Campbell, Joe Madureira and Humberto Ramos will participate in signings and debut a new lithograph featuring their Cliffhanger characters.
Celebrate the comebacks of shows like "Heroes Reborn" and "X-Files" with our envisioned reboots of classic canceled comics.
Ending months of speculation, "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" veteran Sarah Michelle Gellar has finally revealed her role on "Star Wars Rebels."
The "Restoration" and "Family of Rogues" episodes will bring back the recurring "Arrowverse" players ahead of their "Legends of Tomorrow" debut.
Would you tune in to HBO to watch see a Zack Snyder-helmed "Watchmen" series?
Iron Man sings "Rock-a-bye Hulk" in this animated recreation of the Marvel Studios sequel that may not be ENTIRELY accurate.
Kate Leth and Brittney Williams discuss their new Marvel Comics series featuring Patsy Walker, a teen romance star turned superhero.
Another television spot has surfaced for "Spectre," debuting new footage from the 24th James Bond film.
Chip Zdarsky and Erica Henderson shake up Riverdale High's world in this preview for "Jughead" #1!
Nearly four months after technical problems led Warner Bros. to suspend sales of the game for PC, "Arkham Knight" is ready to return to the platform.
Old friends are reunited and a new mission statement is declared in this glimpse at the next episode of "Heroes Reborn."
Actor Tim Rose confirms he'll reprise his fan-favorite role, and expresses frustration with the shroud of secrecy surrounding the new film.
Mark Waid, Chris Samnee, Matt Wilson and Joe Caramagna, fresh off their acclaimed "Daredevil" run, have set their sights on Marvel's spy/Avenger -- Black Widow.
Although there's no deal in place, the cable network says it has spoken with director Zack Snyder about a potential TV series based on the seminal comic.
The artists and creatives behind DC's pin-up inspired Bombshells discuss its massive, seemingly endless popularity and the line's past and future.
DC Comics has released the first panel from Frank Miller, Brian Azzarello, Andy Kubert and Klaus Janson's anticipated sequel.
The second week of NBC's revival series answered some questions, asked some more and left us scratching our heads and itching for more on others.
The All-New, All-Different era begins for "Invincible Iron Man," "Amazing Spider-Man" and "Doctor Strange" plus "What If? Infinity" and more.
The first clip to the upcoming conclusion to "The Hunger Games" franchise has arrived and showcases the Squad prepping for war.
Kevin Feige weighs in on MMA fighter Ronda Rousey's desire to play Carol Danvers in Marvel Studios' "Captain Marvel" film.
Kathleen Kennedy explains the difference between the "Saga" film and the "Anthology" films, with the Skywalker family at the center of the former.
Two new clips from next week's episode, "The Last Laugh," show Bruce and Alfred stepping out, and Gordon and Bullock tracking down Barbara.
The "Ghostbusters" may return to animation, this time as a feature film reportedly currently in development at Sony.
Following the publication of an article alleging a history of inappropriate behavior and assault, Scott Allie has issued an apology "to everyone he's hurt."
Mark Millar and Rafael Albuquerque's Image Comics series follows a small town superhero whose secret identity is outed to the media.
CSBG tackles the nearly impossible task of pinning down the greatest superhero mullets of all time. Share your thoughts on this divisive issue!
In January 2016, Brian Buccellato, Viktor Bogdanovic, Richard Friend, Mike W. Barr and Diogenes Neves will create new tales for Deadshot and Katana.
The "Who" spinoff hails from YA author Patrick Ness and takes place in contemporary London as dangers break through the walls of time and space.
Darwyn Cook, Gabriele Dell'otto, Neal Adams and Brian Bolland lend their talent to these variants for "Dark Knight III: The Master Race" #1.
"Step Up" star Ryan Guzman discusses his role in the NBC revival miniseries, calling his character a cross between Batman, Iron Man and the Punisher.
Over a handful of new clips from the upcoming fourth season, executive producer Wendy Mericle weighs in on how Team Arrow functions without Oliver.
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige defended movies based on comics by pointing out the genre differences of each Marvel movie.
Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque's "American Vampire: Second Cycle" #10 "ramps up the intensity and teases readers for what's to come."
Debuting next month, Japan's re-christened 500 Type EVA bullet train celebrates the 20th anniversary of "Neon Genesis Evangelion."
Wounded and lost, Kurt Busiek and Ben Dewey's heroes search for a safe place but find something bizarre in Image Comics' "The Autumnlands" #7.
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige isn't ready to talk Spidey-Spinoffs just yet -- although he does have thoughts about Spider-Gwen.
Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá "may have just created the best work of their career" with Dark Horse Comics' "Two Brothers."
Wizards of the West has introduced its new Miyazaki/Studio Ghibli Collection, featuring clothing and accessories inspired by the works of the anime legend.
Before teasing the title of his long-awaited "xXx" sequel, the action star reveals his mother thinks he should helm the next installment of "The Fast and the Furious."
Paul Levitz, Howard Chaykin, Larry Hama, Gary Groth and others look across the breadth of the career of one of comics' most important creators.