The Biggest Superhero Films That Didn't Happen, Part 2
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Japanese theater-goers will receive a special "Naruto" book! Sophie Campbell talks "Jem" and coming out as trans! Frank Quitely's sound effects in "Batman and Robin"!
Dark Horse Comics has finally arrived on comiXology, with its "full digital catalog of collections, graphic novels and manga" now on the platform.
With the best second week in U.S. box office history, "Jurassic World" is now the fastest film to cross the $400 million mark.
The "Jurassic World" star stopped by a children's hospital, where he taught some kids a little something about training raptors.
Fighter Straniero is called in to see big time manager Grayson, but runs into trouble along the way in Lee Bermejo's "Suiciders" #5 from Vertigo.
Spider-Contender Tom Holland demonstrates that he's mastered some of Peter Parker's moves.
Disney and Deadmau5 have resolved their dispute over his attempt to trademark the DJ's signature “mau5head” logo.
Evangeline Lilly teaches Paul Rudd to fight in one of two new promos featuring new footage from the Marvel movie.
Brian Bendis and Sarah Puchelli discuss their new series, and the thrill of bringing Miles Morales into the Marvel Universe.
John Barrowman revealed that his "Arrow" deal has been finalized; Punisher actor Jon Bernthal visits a comic shop and more.
In a 6-3 decision, the high court found that Marvel doesn't owe royalties to the inventor of the Web Blaster because the patent expired.
The voice actress talks with SPINOFF about returning to the "Star Wars" universe, and how the fan-favorite Ahsoka Tano has changed since "The Clone Wars."
The latest trailer for "Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation" is packed with plenty of new footage from the fifth installment of the blockbuster franchise.
Writer Jason Aaron and artist Chris Bachalo will go on a mystical journey with the Sorcerer Supreme in this post-"Secret Wars" series.
Dejah and John solve a Martian mystery in "John Carter," Sonja battles Victor Frankenstein in "Legenderry: Red Sonja" & more from Dynamite.
Here's one more look into the world of "Arkham Knight" before the game arrives in stores tomorrow, June 23.
The artist, whose work spanned more than five decades, painted the cover of the 1978 "Silver Surfer" graphic novel by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. He was 91.
Deadpool co-creator Rob Liefeld says the movie's script channels the sense of humor prevalent in Quentin Tarantino's work.
CSBG takes a look at how Batman has become a franchise, and asks if the law of diminishing returns is starting to apply.
A rumor says Beyoncé is in talks with Disney, though the list of characters reportedly in consideration includes some that are controlled by Fox.
One of Grayson's fellow agents is appointed the new head of Spyral in this preview of Tom King & Mikel Janin's "Grayson" #9 from DC Comics.
Check out previews for "UFOlogy," "Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials Prelude," a "Regular Show" trade and more new releases from BOOM! Studios.
"Inside Out" gave Pixar its second-biggest weekend ever, but was dwarfed by "Jurassic World," which is seeing record returns.
The CW has officially refuted an earlier report that the network is in the early stages of developing a solo "Hawkgirl" television series.
IDW Publishing will offer a host of con-exclusive variants at this year's Comic-Con International in San Diego, and CBR has the full rundown.
Marvel Entertainment has made some executive changes and decided to bring back an 11-year veteran of the company.
In CSBG's latest spotlight on "bad" superhero fights, see how Spidey easily takes down a villain who singlehandedly defeated the entire Avengers!
Tumbril, Golgoth's Minister of Discipline, interrogates a captured insurgent in Mark Waid & Barry Kitson's "Empire: Uprising" #3 from IDW.
Hugh Jackman will be playing Wolverine in "X-Men: Apocalypse" after all, according to evidence supplied by an unlikely source.
When Mack first started working on Kabuki, now-known for its mixed media mastery, did he really intend for to only write and have Bendis draw it?
Celebrate Father's Day with this rundown of over two dozen superhero -- and supervillain -- comic book dads.
After four years on the title, "Captain Marvel" writer Kelly Sue DeConnick announces her run will end following "Secret Wars."
New reads, classics and everything in between, CBR's exhaustive reviews archive helps you figure what to read when you're in need.
In the aftermath of the Combiner Wars, Windblade heads to Cybertron to enlist the lost colonies in "Transformers: Windblade" #4 from IDW.
CSBG is always looking for notable comic book firsts. Check them all out, like the first time Bruce Wayne was referred to as a a billionaire!
This fall, Miles Morales will move to the Marvel Universe, as the star of the relaunched "Spider-Man," by Brian Michael Bendis & Sara Pichelli.
Check out this morphing image spotlighting the many armors Iron Man has worn onscreen.
A new video shows Homer and Marge promising the media that "The Simpsons" are not breaking up, no matter how widely reported it is.
CSBG has a collection of notable comic book retcons, like the various revelations of the Beyonder's origins over the years.
With this week's reveals, Hasbro, Kotobukiya, Bif Bang Pow, Gentle Giant, Lego and more make us all want to head to San Diego with bags of money.
A high-tech ODIN program targets Harrow and Branch in BOOM! Studios' "Deep State" #7 by Justin Jordan and Ariela Kristantina, on sale June 24.
No zero issues, no Villains Month, no "Forever Evil"? Are these really DC Comics' solicitations for September? ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant has the highlights.
"Ant-Man" assembles his crew over breakfast in new photos, Netflix's "Daredevil" gets a unique honor and news regarding a possible "Hulk" movie.
The acclaimed animated series returns tonight with a season EPs Simon Kinberg & Dave Filoni promise will take its characters down darker paths.
This week, the CBR Community wants to see those eyes well up with big ol' tears for the Cover Contest. Crying is the name of the game!
Check out CSBG's archive of the strangest (but most fun) comic books of all-time, like the time the Punisher teamed-up with Archie Andrews!
The Holograms prepare for their first live gig at a fundraiser in Kelly Thompson and Sophie Campbell's "Jem and the Holograms" #4 from IDW.
Learn what's on sale this Fall with complete September solicitation info and covers from Marvel, DC, Image Comics, IDW, Dark Horse and more!
After seeing George Miller’s 1979 classic "Mad Max," one man swore he’d own a car just like the Interceptor. Three decades and $125K later, he does.
CSBG is still collecting votes for your picks for the greatest Joker comic book stories of all-time. Be sure to vote before it's too late!
For years, Dark Horse Comics has been the most prominent comic book publisher not available on comiXology -- though that may change real soon.
The makers of "Batman: Arkham Knight" unveiled the opening sequence of the game, which includes the Joker's cremation and a healthy dose of fear gas.
"The mixture of Egyptian mythology and superhero identities is a joy to read" in Paul Levitz and Sonny Liew's "Doctor Fate" #1.
The animated adaption of the award-winning Image Comics series adds David Tennant to its voice cast alongside Steven Yeun and Felicia Day.
Hitch's "Justice League of America" #1 "has a few blemishes but it's a strong start to a new and worthwhile companion series... to 'Justice League.'"
The filmmaker, screenwriter and stars discuss filming their horror/humor zombie flick on a tight schedule and even tighter budget.
A document leaked as part of the Sony hack details that Peter Parker must be depicted as Caucasian and heterosexual, among other specifications.
Curt Pires and David Rubin's "The Fiction" #1 "has a clear, strong voice" and "ambitious, powerful themes."
The one-time Jimmy Olsen talks with SPINOFF about traveling the galaxy and collecting fugitives in Syfy's "Killjoys."
Bryan Hitch tells CBR how writing and drawing DC's premiere team is the culmination of 37 years of dreams, and why he's planning to stay on for the long term.
NECA's new collectible based on the Dark Knight's appearance in the upcoming video game is both enormous and impressive, and a serious must-have.
Brian Michael Bendis and Andrea Sorrentino create "a solid story, vital characters and plenty of action" in "Old Man Logan" #2.
James Gordon, AKA the new Batman, complicates Barbara's life in Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher & Babs Tarr's "Batgirl" #41.
Wagner explains how working over Harvey Kurtzman's layouts to adapt Ray Bradbury's "It Burns Me Up" got worse before it got better.
New leaked images reveal two scenes from the upcoming J.J. Abrams film, and a couple of surprise returns to the franchise.
Did Marvel keep Wolverine from being a killer, and squelch plans for a trans superhero in the '80s? And was Brian Bendis going to be the artist on David Mack's "Kabuki?"
"Inside Out's" directors and stars Amy Poehler, Bill Hader, Mindy Kaling, Phyllis Smith and Lewis Black discuss making the film's emotional connections.
The second trailer for “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” racked up more than 30 million views within a day of its YouTube debut.
In the first promo for AMC's "Walking Dead" spinoff, "Fear the Walking Dead," Nick takes some drastic measures to escape an unseen threat.
Jeff Lemire & Doug Braithwaite reveal Bloodshot's final adventure in "The Fall of Bloodshot," a "Book of Death" tie-in that ends the walking weapon.
LEGO has added one more item to the rapidly growing list of must-have exclusives from Comic-Con International.
In addition to confirming Common's role in the DC villains film, a new rumor places Clint Eastwood's son in a different role than previously believed
This week, our artists drew famous comic characters as if they were starring in their own Disney cartoons!
One-time U.S. manga powerhouse teases that it's "rebuilding"! Amazon's appetite for digital comics! A "Mega Man" hiatus! An interview with Noelle Stevenson!
Jesse Eisenberg says his Lex Luthor won't be a "silly, villainous"; Jai Courtney talks Jared Leto's method Joker performance and more.
Producer Frank Marshall says there hasn’t even been talk about a "Indiana Jones 5," but a new rumor suggests Disney has a release date in mind.
Eisner-nominated writer Phil Hester spoke with CBR about his new Image series, a very, very mature remix of folklore and esoteric explorations.
Vin Diesel’s long-discussed turn as the lollypop-chomping detective Kojak is inching closer to reality.
Watching Christian Bale's performance in "Batman Begins" led this fan to spend the next decade amassing more than 50,000 pieces of Dark Knight memorabilia.
An unconfirmed rumor hints that the third "Wolverine" film will be based on Mark Millar and Steve McNiven's post-apocalyptic storyline.
CSBG's shines its strange comic book stories spotlight on the time Frank Castle became a Frankenstein-esque monster!
New set photos offer a first look at Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy and Kate McKinnon’s characters in Paul Feig's "Ghostbusters."
Paramount Pictures and Sony Pictures will join Marvel Studios in skipping Hall H presentations next month at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Writer Michael Benedetto teams with artist Antonio Fuso to adapt James Sallis' novel "Drive" into a new limited series.
Creators Jason Aaron and Jason Latour will serve as executive producers of the series, based on their Eisner-nominated Image Comics crime drama.
Next week's Marvel releases include "Ant-Man: Larger Than Life," "Daredevil" #16, "Planet Hulk" #2, "Korvac Saga" #1 and much more.
The "Amazing Spider-Dad" has released a short film in honor of his late son's memory, and each view will contribute to a charitable fund.
Hank Pym and Hope van Dyne join Scott Lang underneath the Golden Gate bridge in this latest poster for Marvel's upcoming "Ant-Man" film.
A case of writer's block leads to the discovery of a centuries old conspiracy in Dark Horse's "Negative Space" by Ryan K. Lindsay & Owen Gieni.
A 15-minute pilot based on Jim Mahfood's "Grrl Scouts" comic book series has debuted online, as part of New Form Digital's Incubator series.
Writer/artist Patrick Gleason spills insight (and blood) to CBR News about his new DC Comics series starring Bruce Wayne's son, Damian.
Wondering what it might’ve been like had Deadpool been around in 1984 for Marvel’s original "Secret Wars?" Good, now think bigger.
"Daredevil" star Rosario Dawson weighed in on her role as Claire Temple and how the Punisher will factor into the show in a new interview.
On Battleworld, Boss Cage is the law! Check out this exclusive look at Al Ewing & Alan Davis' "Secret Wars" series plus a Frazer Irving variant.
In a recent interview, "Hellboy" star Ron Perlman discussed his rallying cry for "Hellboy 3," the fans' response and why he won't turn to crowdfunding.
Over 12,000 digital issues have been made available on the Amazon Kindle platform as part of Marvel's continued partnership with comiXology.
"Fury Road" co-writer Nico Lathouris and storyboard artist Mark Sexton tell CBR about exploring Furiosa's past and George Miller's world in comics.
The "Ant-Man" star spoke about how "surreal" it felt to work on the "Captain America: Civil War" set and stand opposite the Star-Spangled Man himself.
3D-printed Iron Man-inspired prosthetic hands and Hulkbuster armor is old news. One fan used it to create a fully posable Iron Man action figure.
CBR has the exclusive first look at the digital comic setting the stage for "Burn Notice" creator Matt Nix's new series, which stars Batman voice actor Jason O'Mara.
Rob Williams and Eddy Barrows' "Martian Manhunter" #1 "delivers the sci-fi horror of a sleeper alien invasion plot cracking wide open."
Wagner recalls the ups and downs of working over Harvey Kurtzman's layouts for a comic adaptation of Ray Bradbury's "It Burns Me Up."
According to the "Arrow" star, Oliver Queen may be headed back to Starling City for a very personal reason.
It's a new day on Battleworld as Magneto runs the Xavier Institute during "Secret Wars" in Chris Burnham & Ramon Villalobos' "E is for Extinction."
Selfie sticks top a new list of prohibited technological devices at Comic-Con that also includes Google Glass, E-cigarettes and drones.
The anticipated final chapter of Matt Fraction and David Aja's "Hawkeye" run arrives July 15!
Shonen Jump+ app celebrates "One Piece's" Guinness World Record! Digital distributor rejects creator's adult gay comics! A spotlight on Valiant! Plus more!
Dressed as the iconic killer cyborg, Arnold Schwarzenegger strolled down the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and even posed as a wax figure at Madame Tussauds.
Week 3 of DC Comics' new initiative has arrived, and major events took place in "Justice League of America," "Wonder Woman," "Black Canary" and more!
The promotional item "written" by Lois Lane exposes Superman's identity and hints at unrest in Metropolis.
Po meets his long-lost father - voiced by Bryan Cranston, no less - in the first trailer for the DreamWorks Animation sequel.
Writer Joe Harris tells CBR about returning alongside artist Matthew Dow Smith for "Season 11" and whether Fox's revival altered his plans.
DC Comics' Patty Spivot may join "Flash" next season; new unverified info hints that Aquaman might appear in "Suicide Squad" and more.
The Winnipeg Public Library is returning Herge’s "Tintin in America" to its shelves - but in the adult graphic novel section, not the children’s area
Disney XD has released a new clip from the one-hour season premiere "The Siege of Lothal,” and a featurette focusing on the return of Darth Vader.
The latest poster for Paul Rudd's Marvel Cinematic Universe debut quietly plays up the character's Avengers potential.
Even as director Paul Feig signaled the start of production on "Ghostbusters," potential plot details have surfaced about Sony’s female-led franchise reboot.
Viola Davis talked about Amanda Waller at length with Jimmy Kimmel, even showing off her "Suicide Squad" battle wound.
Just days before the June 23 release of "Batman: Arkham Knight," WB Games has abruptly canceled the $200 Batmobile Edition.
"Gambit" star Channing Tatum also opened up about whether or not he'd ever consider suiting up as James Bond.
Zombies and Ultrons engage in endless war in Battleworld's most terrifying domain in the new "Secret Wars" series by James Robinson & Steve Pugh.
While answering questions from fans, the "21 Jump Street" and "Magic Mike" star briefly discussed the upcoming "Gambit" feature film.
In an interview, the "Walking Dead" alum couldn't contain his excitement about his upcoming role as the Punisher in Marvel's "Daredevil" Netflix series.
The art depicts a key setting from Neil Gaiman’s acclaimed 2001 fantasy novel. The adaptation is expected to debut on Starz in late 2016.
1995's "Batman Forever" wasn't a critical hit, but its soundtrack was both ahead of its time and perfectly representative of the its era.
CSBG counts down the best Daredevil/Punisher fights from the comics before the characters square off on TV in "Daredevil" Season Two.
This week we get to the bottom of one of the most prolific "Star Wars" legends: whether Harrison Ford first met George Lucas while doing carpentry work for him.
Learn the history behind the lost locales featured in Marvel's massive "Secret Wars" event.
"For fans of the franchise, Erik Burnham and Dan Schoening's 'Ghostbusters: Get Real' #1 is certain to become indispensable."
A new photo of a promotional standee in a Portuguese movie theater reveals more of the Fantastic Four's" Thing than moviegoers might expect.
Scientists have discovered an enormous bat stalked New Zealand's rainforest, at last grounding "Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne" in fact.
Rai is beaten, broken, and stuck Earth -- but not finished. Witness the start of a new arc in Valiant's "Rai" #9 by Matt Kindt and Clayton Crain.
Brenden Fletcher and Annie Wu's "Black Canary" #1 "has the potential to stick around for a long time to come."
Rick Remender spoke with CBR about the aquatic-set Image series' return, the fallout from the first arc finale and the story's next deep dive.
You may not like Bruce Banner when he’s angry, but you’ll undoubtedly love this BMW X6 when it gets wet.
This September, Spurrier will join "Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor: Year Two," while the Tenth Doctor's adventures continue in his own "Year Two."
The English dub of “Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F'” will premiere at Anime Expo in Los Angeles ahead of its limited U.S. theatrical release in August.
Comic Book Resources, and its CBR Yacht, return for the biggest pop culture event of the year: Comic-Con International in San Diego.
The actor tells SPINOFF how he landed a dream gig with the animation studio, and why he's somewhat relieved to have left his comic book habit behind him.
Atena Farghadani's attorney charged with "fornication." Longtime "Judge Parker" artist Harold LeDoux passes away. Analyzing an artists' income survey. Plus more!
This September, "Arrow" season three and "The Flash" season one will head to Blu-ray and DVD with three hours of additional content.
Speaking with CBR about his career, the legendary creator explains why he likes seeing his older work recolored, and the importance of serendipity.
The "Ghostbusters" co-creator talks with SPINOFF about Paul Feig's female-led revival, introducing the franchise to a new generation, and longtime friend Steve Martin.
Diamond has announced that Halloween ComicFest will return for its fourth year, providing 21 free comics from Marvel, DC, Archie and more.
Sony Pictures Animation has released the first-full length trailer for "Hotel Transylvania 2," which lays out the plot of director Genndy Tartakovsky’s sequel.
Cullen Bunn is the next guest for X-Position and CBR wants your questions for the "Magneto" and "Deadpool's Secret Secret Wars" writer.
Marvel’s First Family is headed to Denny’s for, yes, the "Slamtastic 4." Seriously, what else could it be called?
CBR spoke with the creators behind DC Comics' breakout hit about shaking off the past and the new arc full of reinvented villains and fun twists.
New footage featured in "Ant-Man" TV spots charts Scott Lang's progress from small-time criminal to big league superhero.
Kanan and Ezra face the Dark Lord of the Sith in a clip from the one-hour TV movie, which premieres Saturday on Disney XD.
Ian McKellen discusses his future as Magneto; unconfirmed info may put "Suicide Squad" in a new context and more.
The Connecticut State Police are investigating a seventh-grader who allegedly created a "Death Note"-inspired booklet containing the names of classmates.
As fans count down the days until its July 5 premiere, new story details have been revealed about the first new “Dragon Ball” TV anime in 18 years.
Stephen Amell uses this pic from the "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2" set to prove how "bad ass" his masked vigilante will be.
It's New Comics Day, and there's no better way to find hot new releases or stellar back issues than with CBR's FindAComicShop.com.
"Heavy Metal's" newest installment features solely Mexican comic creators, and CSBG spoke with one of them, Axel Medellin, about the historic issue.
The Ninja Turtles celebrate a milestone, "Star Wars" gets an Artifact Edition, new "Danger Girl," "Atomic Robo" comes to IDW, and more.
Marvel & DC unveil out a plethora of new #1s, plus "The Empty Zone," "The Fiction" and many others from DC, Marvel, IDW, Image, Dark Horse & more.
Filmmakers and stars of the upcoming "Pixels" discuss bringing classic arcade characters to life -- and the love that still exists for these classic games.
Nine years after its Comic-Con debut, Tim Kring's revived "Heroes" will return to Comic-Con, as will fellow NBC genre series "Grimm."
Is Bruce Banner/The Hulk in "Civil War"? Robert Downey Jr. says he is, and that's good enough for Mark Ruffalo -- though it's not quite official.
How It Should Have Ended returns to "Avengers: Age of Ultron" with a few cheer-worthy cameos from other Marvel characters.
Following some notable deaths in comics and TV, Kelly Thompson examines if there's a point where death loses some narrative effectiveness.
The "Archie" relaunch continues in September, and CBR has the exclusive first look at new covers by Fiona Staples, Cliff Chiang and more.
DC Entertainment announces plans to bring back "Batman Day," a Bat-centric event celebrating all things Dark Knight, on September 26, 2015.
"Inferno" and "House of M" writer Dennis Hopeless answers reader questions about his two X-centric "Secret Wars" series at Marvel.
CBR's Alex Dueben recounts what he learned from Brian K. Vaughan & Fiona Staples' first "Saga" HC, which turned out to be the important lessons.
"Noelle Stevenson and Sanford Greene's swing at 'Runaways' is different from its predecessors, but the new team and setting offer a lot to like."
On the heels of its Emma Frost statue, Kotobukiya has announced the Deadpool "Chimichanga" SDCC Limited Edition ARTFX+ statue.
"The strong characterization makes a case for Marc Guggenheim and Carlos Pacheco's 'Squadron Sinister' to stick around."
In what he considers his best work in years, the former DC Comics publisher pushes past the Golden Age for a Ditko-esque and modern superhero tale.
Square Enix has unveiled a new gameplay trailer for the long-anticipated "Kingdom Hearts III," which will include elements from Disney’s "Tangled."
"The Walking Dead," "Fear the Walking Dead" and "Into the Badlands" will shuffle into Hall H at this year's Comic-Con International for a two hour block.
"For those who have truly enjoyed... 'Thor: God of Thunder' and 'Thor,' Jason Aaron and Chris Sprouse's 'Thors' #1 is a comic you cannot miss."
Showing there's no hard feelings, Kevin Feige congratulated "Jurassic World" for beating the box office record previously held by "Avengers."
The "True Blood" alum talks with SPINOFF about maintaining order, the physical demands of the Syfy drama, and how he'd like it to end.
Fred Van Lente & Juan Jose Ryp explore the true history and lineage of the Geomancers and uncover the source of divine mysteries this July.
Shawn Hatosy is the latest actor to join AMC's "Fear the Walking Dead" and will appear on the show in a recurring role.
Neil Gaiman will serve as an executive producer of the adaptation of his acclaimed 2001 fantasy novel.
In advance of the July 17 release of "Ant-Man," Hasbro has unveiled its final two Marvel exclusives for Comic-Con, both featuring the shrinking hero.
"Tokyo Ghost," "Plutona," "Head Lopper" and other series make their Image Comics debuts in September.
Charlie Brown and Snoopy take center stage in the new full-length trailer for the 3D-animated film from Fox and Blue Sky Studios.
Dan DiDio shares a discarded pitch for the abandoned "Crisis II" event which would have featured a dark turn for Dick Grayson.
September sees Marvel lead into the new "Star Wars" film, kick off a female-led $1 comic promotion and debut Neil Gaiman's "Miracleman" issues.
As "Secret Wars" refashions the Marvel U, Loeb & Sale's long-awaited miniseries arrives and "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" gets a comic book prequel.
The '80s throwback brawler features designs and voice actors from the original "Transformers" animated series.
Could this British Columbia location be a stand-in for Roswell, New Mexico, in Fox’s six-episode revival?
This thoughtful Pixar film tackles a tricky topic with so much empathy, wit and warmth, it's a true joy to experience.
Henry Cavill says Superman "wouldn't even notice" Batman's attack; Ant-Man plays hero in new TV spots and more.
Bongo plans to release Simpsons Store app! Prophet Muhammad cartoon appears on billboards in St. Louis! "A Softer World" creators reflect on webcomic's end!
Get your first glimpse of Anna Paquin's Rogue in this teaser for the new edit of 2014's mutant blockbuster.
Marvel Comics had its biggest month ever in the Direct Market thanks to its latest event's debut even as DC Comics' 2-month event finished strong.
Eighteen years after the release of the original, Square Enix and Sony have announced at E3 that they’re remaking Final Fantasy VII for PlayStation 4.
The action-packed gameplay footage debuted at E3 features a diner overrun by Scarecrow's zombie-like minions.
Starbreeze's as-yet untitled game allows players to fully immerse themselves in the world of Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's Image Comics series.
Writer Ryan North spoke with CBR News about teaming Squirrel Girl with past and present Thors in a battle against an evil Asgardian Squirrel God.
"Constantine: The Hellblazer" serves up "a good helping of horror," "Gotham Academy" balances "between scary and cute," plus much more.
The new company, Devil’s Due/1First Comics LLC, will continue to focus on creator-owned titles, with a full lineup targeted for release this year.
The president of Crafton Hills College has clarified that graphic novels contested by a student will not be banned or removed from the syllabus.
Disney has hired Linda Woolverton to pen the "Maleficent" sequel and hopes that Angelina Jolie, who played the character, will return.
A pair of new commercials for Marvel Studios' upcoming "Ant-Man" film show Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) starting to embrace the superhero life.
Celebrate the 75th anniversary of the perhaps the greatest supervillain ever as CSBG counts down your picks for the 75 greatest Joker stories.
Nick Fury, Agent May, Mockingbird, Quake and Agent Carter all join forces on Marvel Comics' five-part connecting covers this September.
Although the mysterious vigilante's exploits came to light only last week, he reveals he's been patrolling South London in secret for three years.
This fall, Jim Zub and Ramon Bachs will continue the adventures of "Figment" in a sequel series based on the Journey Into Imagination Disney World attraction.
Becky Cloonan, Brenden Fletcher and Mingue Helen Chen's "Gotham Academy" #7 "offers plenty of all-ages fun."
Get details on the future of Batman, Superman and more from the highlights of DC Comics' freshly released September 2015 solicitations.
Steve Niles spoke with CBR TV during WonderCon about his pet turtle, IDW's "October Faction" and bringing "The Disciples" to TV with Craven.
Mark Waid and J.G. Jones' "Strange Fruit" #1 is "a must read for anyone who is a fan of the medium."
The dinos may have stampeded past Earth's Mightiest Heroes, but superhero films still dominate the top opening weekend list.
Superman uncovers the "Truth," the Justice League faces major changes and more in DC Comics' September 2015 solicitations.
The "Boardwalk Empire" follows in previous leading man Luke Evans' footsteps by departing the long awaited remake.
Fans holding their breath for a peek at Benedict Cumberbatch as Doctor Strange will have to keep waiting, but this teaser works some serious magic.
Teen girl Beth Ross goes from trending on social media to being elected president in Mark Russell & Ben Caldwell's "Prez #1" from DC Comics.
Production is expected to begin next month on the new installment of the horror franchise.
While you could always buy a Joker mask based on artist Greg Capullo's design, you could always make your own and scare... well, everyone.
Dan Abnett's anthropomorphic adventure returns, the "World of Gumball" gets crazy and Tyson Hesse leaps from webcomics to print with "Diesel."
The Oscar winner is reportedly in negotiations to join the cast of director Gareth Edwards' "Star Wars" anthology film, opening in December 2016.
Waterson will play an American based witch named Tina, who encounters magizoologist Newt Scamander during his research in New York.
The Universal Pictures sequel had the biggest opening weekend of all time, grossing $524 million worldwide.
Victor Gischler and Cliff Richards team Fred with Faith to tackle a problem with pubescent vampires.
"Boruto: Naruto the Movie" has unveiled the new main visual for the film, drawn by series creator Masashi Kishimoto.
This fall, Telltale Games and Skybound will come together to deliver "The Walking Dead: Michonne - A Telltale Games Mini-Series," a three episode series.
Rupert Wyatt, director of "Rise of the Planet of the Apes," is set to direct "Gambit," based on the popular X-Men character.
Batman and Superman take a backseat in this pair of new promotional images for "Dawn of Justice."
The acclaimed writer checked himself into the hospital last week following what were believed to be stroke-like symptoms.
Curt Pires discusses his two new series that explore the surreal worlds we share through books and the nightmarish future created by corporate censorship.
Titan Comics has released a lineup of Doctor Who exclusives for SDCC that includes a new short story, variant covers, and a pair of collectible figures.
Director Boaz Yakin recounts his experience working on the abandoned "Batman Beyond" feature film with Paul Dini and Alan Burnett.
"Constantine" EP calls William Shatner "one of the good ones"; Melissa Benoist is ready to inspire as "Supergirl" and more.
With the launch of the second arc of his politics-heavy exploration of the line between super hero and villain, Joshua Dysart explains his "Imperium" goals.
Worn copy of 1939’s "Superman" #3 disappears from Edmonton shop! Spotlight on Drawn and Quarterly! A look at DC's diverse lineup! Plus much more!
Trouble heads to town in "Blackcross," creatures cause a ruckus in "Pathfinder: Origins," plus "Mandrake the Magician" and more from Dynamite.
Eiichiro Oda’s popular manga "One Piece" has set a Guinness World Record for "the most copies published for the same comic book series by a single author."
Marvel's "Secret Wars" and BOOM! Studios' new "Bravest Warriors" series led a Top Ten where every entry sold over 100K copies.
"Harley Quinn" co-writers Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti discussed the duo's relationship, calling them more than just friends.
The initial promo spot and key art have arrived for the highly anticipated “Dragon Ball Super,” the franchise’s first new television anime in 18 years.
With a single tweet, Chandler Riggs announced his name as being in - and out - of the running to play the next big screen Peter Parker.
J'onn J'onzz makes a new friend while Martians invade Earth in this preview of Rob Williams and Eddy Barrows' "Martian Manhunter" #1 from DC.
Madame Cymbaline goes toe-to-toe with Lucifer in "Hexed," bullets fly in "Sons of Anarchy," plus "Burning Fields" & more from BOOM! Studios.
After a brutal season, "Game of Thrones" finally gives fans lots to cheer about, plus one more heart-wrenching death. Naturally.
The kids start their training and must fight for their lives in this preview of IDW's "The October Faction" #8 by Steve Niles & Damien Worm.
In their latest examination of bad comic plots, CSBG examines the time Dr. Light and Power Girl's aggressive attitudes were caused by... diet soda?!
A pair of actors have taken the lead in the race to be the next Spider-Man with a hero needed soon on the "Civil War" set.
After a dynamite opening weekend, the return of the Jurassic Park franchise has netted the #2 opening of all time, barely behind the original "Avengers."
Valiant Entertainment's CEO & CCO explains how the company's shared universe differs from Marvel & DC's, and how it factors into their film slate.
Jared makes a shocking discovery in this first look at Max Bemis and Logan Faerber's "Oh, Killstrike" #2 from BOOM! Studios.
The cutest savior of planet earth to ever roll through a garbage heap can be yours if you have the patience to build him.
With Jon Bernthal's Punisher heading to "Daredevil," here's a run through of the two vigilantes' many team-ups and throw downs.
This week ROBOT 6 heads to North Vancouver, British Columbia, for a tour of Big Pete's Collectibles.