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CBR is snapping photos from the show floor at this weekend's C2E2 convention in Chicago. Don't miss a minute of the action on Instagram.
In a new teaser image, the Reverse Flash's A.I. Gideon namedrops an important part of Barry Allen's future.
In a new clip from "The Dirty Half Dozen," Coulson and Gonzales must put aside their differences in order to face down the Hydra threat together.
"Convergence" writer Scott Lobdell returns to Aspen with a new series starring a team of apocalypse-thwarting female heroes including Aspen Matthews.
Batman vs. Superman may seem like a physical mismatch, but Henry Cavill has answered why their conflict will be more competitive than you'd guess.
Following this week's Iceman news, learn which Silver Age character Marvel legend Stan Lee has said he intended to be gay.
Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo, its future, and where to go and what to eat while you're there! A look at the popularity of "Attack on Titan"! Plus more!
The legendary writer discusses half a century in comics, Ultron and the Vision, staying as busy as ever and why he no longer reads Marvel or DC series.
John Stephens revealed that DC Comics has given the show the creative leeway to bump off characters the audience would never expect could die.
Artists Ben Lai and Ray Lai have sued Marvel and Disney, claiming the "Iron Man" films ripped off the body-armor designs from their comic "Radix."
A slew of teases and rumors about which Marvel characters will cross from "Civil War" to Netflix and back again arrive ahead of "Age of Ultron."
This week, it's Marvel characters who'll never get their own TV series, including The Whizzer, Judge She-Hulk or Doctor Bong (played by Seth Rogen, of course)!
Expect some bloody good xenomorph action when writer Corinna Bechko pits Vampirella against the classic Aliens.
With the release of the sixth and final color volume of his epic series, the cartoonist tells CBR he's looking forward to his next major project.
The concept and comic-book artist, who continued to draw even after Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis cost him the use of his arms and legs, has passed away.
Charlie Cox would love to see Elektra, Black Widow, Bullseye and more in Hell's Kitchen, and says Season 2 may arrive sooner than we think.
The studio also shared clips from "Victor Frankenstein," and brought in 50 Cent to help promote Melissa McCarthy's "Spy."
In retrospect, Iceman coming out as gay probably shouldn't be that big of a surprise to longtime X-Men readers.
The sinister, if awkwardly spelled, title is explained in a new Japanese trailer for “Terminator Genisys” that showcases new footage from the franchise reboot.
Writer Gerry Duggan tells CBR about unleashing the Queen of the Monster Metropolis and her subjects in a new "Secret Wars" series from Marvel.
Franklin Graham, son of influential minister Billy Graham, sees the outing of the X-Man to convince young people to "accept this destructive lifestyle."
Silk fights the Black Cat, the "Princess Leia" saga continues, "Moon Knight" gets dark and more previews of Marvel's releases for next week.
The Eisner Award-winning comic artist lends his talent to upcoming Image Comics series "Sons of the Devil," with an especially devilish cover.
Marvel Entertainment and Telltale Games, known for its storytelling game play, will collaborate on an untitled console game to be released in 2017.
M. Night Shyamalan tests out the horror comedy and found footage genres with "The Visit," which finds a family at odds.
Mericle currently serves as an executive producer on the hit CW show and has been on board since the first season.
You knew it was coming, but now you know when: An eighth entry in the "Fast and Furious" film franchise is official, with a 2017 release date.
Larry Hama and Joshua Middleton's "Convergence: Wonder Woman" #1 is "definitely one of the stronger 'Convergence' tie-ins to date."
Writer Heath Corson spoke about the fresh take on the animated Dark Knight, playing in the character toy box, and the possibility of sequels.
Inspired by a scene in "Iron Man 2," a prop creator made a glove with working lasers, light-up palm and sound effects.
Mark Waid and Barry Kitson's "Empire: Uprising" #1 is "the welcome and triumphant return of a long-missed series."
In his time-travel buddy comedy with Sean Murphy, Mark Millar tells CBR he's looking to explore new territory that leaves his audience feeling good in any era.
The creators that launched Marvel's Ultimate Universe bring it to its end this May in "Ultimate End," one final epic by Brian Bendis & Mark Bagley.
"Adventure Time" writer Danielle Corsetto talks about concluding her webcomic and looks ahead to the next chapter of her career.
The "Avengers: Age of Ultron" stars joked that Scarlett Johansson's character is a "slut" and a "whore," triggering a backlash on social media.
Casey Gilly shares her hopes for DC Entertainment's new girl-focused initiative, and her concerns for where it could go off the tracks.
Drameh will play Jay Jackson, a former high school athlete turned car mechanic with a connection to S.T.A.R. labs.
Two more cast members have emerged for the film which focuses on a band of resistance fighters who attempt to steal the plans to the Death Star.
The actor/writer/director/producer has joined the "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" sequel in the familiar role of Baxter Stockman.
Which of the characters adapted from Marvel's "Daredevil" comics to the Netflix series do you think was best cast?