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"The Billion Brick Race" joins "Ninjago," "The LEGO Batman Movie" and "The LEGO Movie 2" in development at Warner Bros.
Joe Casey and Jim Mahfood's "Miami Vice Remix" #1 "has so much swagger that it establishes a look and vibe all its own."
The Suicide Squad returns on "Arrow," with new member Cupid and the veteran Deadshot weighing in with their feelings about the concept of love.
CSBG hits the midpoint in the top 50 female comic book writers & artists of all-time countdown, based on your votes. Check it out!
In an update to yesterday's cover reveal, Marvel added NuHuman Naja to "The Uncanny Inhumans" team.
The adaptation of the sci-fi novel will mark the filmmaker’s first project for the studio since 2001’s "A.I."
Grant Morrison & Doug Mahnke's "The Multiversity: Ultra Comics" #1 "is the oddest portion of 'The Multiversity' to date, but quite possibly the best."
As revealed by director Bryan Singer, Hollywood newcomer Lana Condor will play fan-favorite X-Men team member Jubilee in the 2016 film.
David Micheline looks back on what many consider the definitive "Iron Man" run, creating Scott Lang and why he left DC Comics for Marvel.
The Avengers took to the runway over the weekend at South African Fashion Week in 18 ready-to-wear looks inspired by Marvel’s "Age of Ultron."
Christos Gage and Paco Medina will handle the "Spider-Island" series while Tom DeFalco and Ron Frenz chronicle the new adventures of Mayday Parker.
Oni Press continues its newsworthy March with word of a new hardcover version of "Elk's Run" by Joshua Hale Fialkov and Noel Tuazon.
Chris Yost is the next guest for X-Position and CBR wants your questions for the "Amazing X-Men" writer.
David Ramsey discusses Diggle's marital status, his evolving views on the Suicide Squad and being targeted by Ra's al Ghul.
Joshua Hale Fialkov will write "Pacific Rim: Tales From the Drift" from Legendary, who is also introducing "Black Bag" and "Cops for Criminals."
A new still from "Daredevil" shows Vincent D'Onofrio's Kingpin and Wai Ching Ho's Madame Gao get up close and personal.
Writer's credits included "Cracked" and "T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents." Troubled Cherry City Comic Con has a new owner! George R.R. Martin goes to the comics shop!
The action icon plays a farmer who will do whatever it takes to protect his infected daughter.
After one of his most entertaining performances in recent memory, the legendary actor looks back at other magical moments in his career.
The “Luther” star is reportedly in early negotiations for the Justin Lin-directed sequel.
Paramount has released a new motion poster that shows Arnold Schwarzenegger’s T-800 model stripped to its still-unnerving metal frame.
The first details regarding Wanda Maximoff's powers and the Hulk's super stretchy pants are among the big reveals.
The "Social Network" star gets a clean shave in the first photo of the "Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice" villain.
Fanart puts Will Smith in Deadshot's mask; "Heroes" vet Milo Ventimiglia will appear in "Gotham's" return episode and more.
Ahead of the April 1 debut of “Convergence,” DC Comics has unveiled an interactive guide to the “Multiverse-shattering” nine-week event.
In "Love in the Time of Hydra," Bobbi and Mac's revelation of "the Real S.H.I.E.L.D." made Coulson and May's faction look a little grayer.
The human rocket and avenging synthezoid join Ms. Marvel and Thor on the post-"Secret Wars" team.
The fan-favorite actor has been cast as the future U.S. president in the 1970s-set second season of the FX crime series.
The rocky superhero stands revealed for the first time alongside the rest of the heroic foursome.
On the heels of Black Widow, Hot Toys has unveiled its "Avengers: Age of Ultron" 1/6th-scale Hawkeye collectible.
The iconic voice of the Joker returns to the DCU as the Trickster when Hamill once again torments the world's fastest man on next week's episode.
Groot and Rocket Raccoon try to figure out the New York subway system in a new cover by Nick Bradshaw.
Get your fix on New Comics Day by using CBR's FindAComicShop.com to find all the best comic book stores near and far.
Writer Peter David discusses the might and machinations of his malevolent Hulk persona the Maestro as he brings "Future Imperfect" to Battleworld.
Barry Allen's time jump changes the paths of several characters, leading to a new arrangement with the returning Captain Cold.
Wake up and read the comics with over 100 new previews from your favorite publishers like DC, Marvel, Image, IDW, Dark Horse, BOOM! Studios & more.
As the Hydra-harmed Ward reemerges, Marvel's network drama invokes Quentin Tarantino and pales in comparison.
Matt Tolmach and Legendary Television have acquired the rights to Greg Rucka & Michael Lark's hit Image Comics series "Lazarus."
The bill, if passed, would allow business owners to refuse services to same-sex couples and may affect convention goers.
CBR has the exclusive first look at famed artist Dave McKean's variant cover to "Convergence" #3, out from DC Comics in April.
The actor, who played fan favorite character Bobby Singer for seven seasons, will appear in the April 1st episode "Inside Man."
Vin Diesel filmed the role of Groot for "Guardians of the Galaxy" immediately following Walker's death in 2013.
With a “life-size,” 164-foot Colossal Titan unlikely, one fan has created a standing -- and dancing -- version via augmented reality.
"Wolverines" co-writer Ray Fawkes tackles your questions regarding Marvel's weekly X-series and brings along exclusive art.
CBR seeks a part-time, Los Angeles-based Editorial Assistant to work out of our North Hollywood office.
In this clip from "Rogue Time," Lisa Snart arrives with some deadly technology of her own.
Black Mask co-founder Steve Niles re-teams with his "Criminal Macabre" artist Christopher Mitten for a terrifying ghost story in the dead of space.
The English actor joins a cast that already includes Ruth Negga as Tulip and Ian Colletti as Arseface.
Writer Simon Oliver talks balancing Nazis and superheroes in a tale starring a "more rounded" Plastic Man during DC Comics' "Convergence."
Marvel Comics teases its new "The Uncanny Inhumans" series with a cover featuring Medusa, Inferno and several other mysterious figures.
When the dust settles, which Marvel hero do you most want to see join Ms. Marvel and Thor on the post-"Secret Wars" Avengers?
The "Secret Wars"-related announcements continue, with Al Ewing and Alan Davis teaming on a series starring Faiza Hussain as Captain Britain.
Animator Paul Johnson's "Star Wars: TIE Fighter" takes fandom to another level with his '80s anime-inspired fan video of an intergalactic battle.
Stars Elizabeth Henstridge & Iain De Caestecker discuss what lies ahead for their characters, and whether Fitzsimmons will team-up once again.
A new rumor states that Channing Tatum may make his debut as Gambit in next year's Bryan Singer-helmed X-Men film.
Devotees making the pilgrimage to Star Wars Celebration should make sure to check out one of the most intricate expressions of fandom any of us will likely see.
Jonathan Tsuei and Eric Canete's "RunLoveKill" kicks off in April, and CBR has an exclusive extended preview of the first issue!
The new "Get Jiro" installment reunites Anthony Bourdain with co-writer Joel Rose and features art by Ale Garza.
A new "Flash" clip picks up from last week's cliffhanger, with Barry (Grant Gustin) seeing guidance from Wells (Tom Cavanagh) post-time travel.
The "Usagi Yojimbo" cartoonist tells CBR News he is working on a 'Charlie Brown in Tokyo' short story for a hardcover anniversary antyhology.
In a new "Fantastic Four" film poster, the titular heroes show off their super abilities.
Eisner-winner Stan Sakai talks with CBR News about returning to his famed 17th Century rabbit samurai after a two-year hiatus.
The farmers in China's Hunan Province have transformed the giant robot sculptures into a $160,000-a-year-business.
Want to believe? Now you can. A new six-part "X-Files" series is official at Fox, with David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson and Chris Carter returning.
The longtime Kevin Smith collaborator and the former "90210" star will reprise their roles as Brodie and Rene in the sequel to the 1995 comedy.
Get ready for Ron Marz and Mike Manley's "Convergence" miniseries with this short history of the JLI.
Dwayne Johnson gives an update on "Shazam's" script; Marvel may have auditioned "Weeds" actor Mateus Ward for Spider-Man and more.
A new rumor posits that Marvel has cast their first leading lady and are keeping it under wraps. UPDATE: Kelly Sue DeConnick has clarified that she's not involved in the film.
A new rumor points to a pivotal role for the "Doctor Who" alum in the sci-fi franchise reboot.
"The Tomorrow People" veteran discusses "The Flash's" take on the Golden Glider and how she throws everyone off balance.
From consolidation to oversaturation, a look at comic con trends! Former detective reclaims long-lost comics! Interviews with Grant Morrison and Ken Niimura!
Marvel has begun to reveal the line-up of its post-"Secret Wars" Avengers team, set to debut on Free Comic Book Day.
Fans of Matt Fraction, David Aja & Co.'s comic at long last can get that figure they’ve been longing for: Pizza Dog. Yeah, Hawkguy’s included, but … Pizza Dog!
The actor continues his gradual transformation into the supervillain and unveils what could be his Joker's signature growl.
The Disney/Marvel title's Executive Producer John Vignocchi spoke with CBR about adding fan-favorite characters Loki and Falcon to the toy box.
This week "Batgirl" #40 almost nailed a five star review, while Mark Millar's "Chrononauts" #1 from Image Comics also nearly clinched a perfect review.
At the fifth annual White House Science Fair, a troop of Girl Scouts dressed as Supergirl hoped to save the day with a page-turning robot made out of LEGOs.
Oscar winner Anders Walter will direct the "I Kill Giants" film for Treehouse Pictures.
"Arrow" star Stephen Amell surprised a young fan named Nataly on her 12th birthday with a prerecorded message for her "Arrow"-themed party.
Executive Producer Andrew Kreisberg talks "Rogue Time," which introduces Lisa Snart in a series of new footage.
Scott Snyder & Jock kick off the finale to "Wytches'" opening arc at Image Comics, in which Charlie descends into the wytches' burrow.
Nintendo’s Satoru Iwata contends the article saying a live-action series is in the early stages of development "is not based on correct information."
"Sam is a tough protagonist who's a pleasure to cheer for" in Rick Remender and Stuart Immonen's "All-New Captain America" #5.
Dan Abnett discusses his tale of the original Guardians of the Galaxy serving as knights in a Battleworld domain ruled by the titular character.
Captain America's son Ian Rogers stars in the upcoming "Hail Hydra," from Marvel's "The Winter Soldier: The Bitter March" creative team.
The "How to Get Away With Murder" star tells CBR News, she sees a bit of herself in the woman who controls Task Force X.
Multiple sources state that the "Captain America: Winter Soldier" directors are set to take over Marvel's flagship franchise from Joss Whedon.
As Emerald City Comicon draws closer, CBR presents the latest in our series of guides to having a fun, healthy and safe show.
According to executive producer Marc Guggenheim, the Suicide Squad rides again and Arrow faces off against the Atom in "Suicidal Tendencies."
John Allison and Lissa Treiman "create a fresh start for this new miniseries" in "Giant Days" #1.
Jason Momoa revealed that there was no script for his role in "Batman v Superman" yet but shared what the role would mean to his children.
The WWI vampire hunter fights his shadowy arch-nemesis in a series that opens "Baltimore" up to a horrific future.
Robbie Thompson and Stacey Lee's "Silk" #2 is "a fun read that hits all the playful, light-hearted notes that comic fans love in their wallcrawlers."
In a set of new videos, "iZombie" shows how the brains of a sensual artist impacts Liv's interactions with other people.
From "Captain America: Civil War" to "Batman v Superman," Marvel and DC have slates jam-packed with "cant miss" films -- especially these potential epics.
Fred Van Lente and Clayton Henry team up to talk about time travel in "Ivar, Timewalker" #5 from Valiant Entertainment, on sale in May.
This will be the first film in the saga not to be recorded at Abbey Road by the London Symphony Orchestra.
The star indicates that once Bryan SInger wraps his next X-Men film, her days as Mystique will be over.
In May, Janelle Asselin launches a monthly digital magazine dedicated to romance comics with a killer line-up of creators. Ready to fall in love? Keep reading...
“I kind of wish that there were some things we didn’t have to spoil,” David Benioff concedes, “but we’re kind of stuck between a rock and a hard place.”
Mark Hamill and Devon Graye plague the Flash and his father in new, CBR-exclusive images from the upcoming "Tricksters" episode of the CW series.
Discounted room block goes on sale Tuesday morning! Remembering cartoonist Jim Berry. Japanese anti-piracy campaign has removed 700,000 illegal files!
Franchise veterans Jeremy Renner, Simon Pegg and Ving Rhames return in the full-length trailer for the fifth “Mission: Impossible” movie.
As the Man Without Fear prepares for his Netflix series debut, CSBG is collecting your picks for the greatest Daredevil stories of all-time!
A pair of clips tease this week's "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." ep; Marvel CCO Joe Quesada mentions Peter's name when asked about the new movie and more.
Kate Leth hints at what lies ahead for Tim Burton's most gentle character and what it's been like to revisit her inner-teenaged goth.
Incredibly swanky, and unashamedly nerdy, the design includes an illuminated S.H.I.E.L.D. logo for the entertainment center and a Hulk kitchen.
New details reveal that a few recognizable elements from the original Harley Quinn might make their way into the upcoming Warner Bros. film.
Dynamite pushes new issues of their "Legenderry" series with "Green Hornet" #2, and read a new preview of the outlaws in "Django/Zorro" #5.
Along with the announcement of a new release date of June 23, Rocksteady Studios has released footage from the first chapter of the anticipated game.
The fantasy adventure by Kurtis J. Wiebe and Roc Upchurch was honored as Outstanding Comic Book at the 26th GLAAD Media Awards.
Doug Jones' metahuman villain will travel to "The Flash" following an appearance in the April 15 episode of "Arrow."
We now have our first look at the 26-episode television revival of Osamu Tezuka’s beloved boy robot.
If Barry can escape the Speed Force, he'll still need to put an end to the Future Flash's murderous plans in Venditti, Jensen & Booth's "Flash" #40.
Check out this week's new release from BOOM! Studios including "Hit: 1957" #1, "Curb Stomp" #2 and "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" #5.
It's arts and crafts meets comics as a yarn Dark Knight takes on the Clown Prince of Crochet in a new fan film animated short.
The writer's Terrible Lizard" artist Drew Moss and "Helheim" colorist Nick Filardi join him for a story combining vampires, spiders and twisted humor.
CSBG counts down the women you voted as the greatest female comic book writers of all-time. See the first selections today!
In discussing the heated response her physique got from the internet, the "Batman v Superman" actress describes the powers of Wonder Woman.
Tom Cruise and Simon Pegg are back taking on an organization of secret agents with no country or code in the fifth installment in the franchise.
It's the second round of CSBG's DC/Marvel Movie Superhero tournament. See which of your favorites advanced and vote them into the Sweet Sixteen!
With two major stumbling blocks out of the way, the network and creator Chris Carter may be ready to revive Agents Mulder and Scully.
Meg's mom is the ringleader of a misguided town mob in IDW Publishing's "Edward Scissorhands" #5 by Kate Leth & Drew Rausch, on sale March 25.
Get a detailed look at the recently released, Greg Capullo-designed "Zero Year" Batman, Batgirl & Commissioner Gordon figures from DC Collectibles.
Comic Book Legends Revealed looks at whether Marvel altered the Brazilian edition of "Born Again" to make Iron Man fit in with their continuity.
Joss Whedon has revealed there are more Marvel heroes to be had in the "Avengers" sequel, and we've singled out the likely and unlikely candidates.
Casting an eye over DC's June solicitations, ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant tries to get a feel for the comics landscape once the New 52 is no more.
Read an exclusive preview of Ian Flynn's latest chapter of "The Ultimate Betrayal" in Archie Comics' "Mega Man" #47, on sale March 25.
McDuffie dealt with interference during his "Justice League." Check out how he responded in the comic itself, plus other writers doing the same!
CBR's twitter provides you access to breaking news, interviews, previews, exclusive follower contests and so much more. Follow @CBR today!
A previous Shelf Porn contributor returns with a bunch of cool, new homemade movie props and a new space! Also find out how you can submit your own SHELF PORN to ROBOT 6!
Over eight years in the making, the first comics project "Daredevil's" Christos and Ruth Fletcher Gage tells the tale of a 17th century Italian revolt.
Vin Diesel, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez and the rest of the crew show early looks at the action of "Furious 7."
CSBG is now counting down your picks for the greatest female comic book artists of all-time! See who kicks off the list and guess at who's #1.
CBR captured the first pics of filming from Fox's "Lucifer" pilot, Dig and the Suicide Squad are on a new mission, and Miles Teller expands "Fantastic Four's" universe.
Hot Toys presents "Age of Ultron" Black Widow, DC Collectibles shows Bat-accessories and Robert Burden paints a massive Star Wars piece.
Once he's established the "Shazam" character's villainous side, all sorts of DC Universe film crossovers are on the table.
Space-faring humans return to Earth and find zombies, robots and... mermen? Get your first look at IDW's "ZvR" #3 by Chris Ryall & Anthony Diecidue.
With Batgirl (and the Joker) on the minds of many readers this week, look back at Barbara Gordon's transition from Batgirl to Oracle.
When Gabriel Hardman and Corinna Bechko decided to revisit their idea for a sci-fi adventure, the artist went back to the drawing board with the first issue.
Comic readers usually love it when things go boom, and the CBR Community wants to see the best covers featuring, you guessed it, explosions!
From the "new" DC to more "Secret Wars" series, your favorite publishers heat things up with the seasons with their newly announced June titles.
Remember when Gambit was Apocalypse's Horseman of Death? And then he wasn't? Learn more about it and other dropped comic book plots at CSBG.
Abigail & Claude enjoy one last adventure in BOOM!'s oversized finale for "Abigail and the Snowman" #4 from writer/artist Roger Langridge.
Check out CBR's index of May solicitation information and covers from Marvel, DC, Image Comics, IDW, Dark Horse, BOOM! and more!
"Secret Wars" isn't the only war Marvel is revisiting this summer -- Charles Soule and Leinil Yu are teaming on a follow-up to "Civil War."
Craven and Niles are teaming up with Universal Cable Productions to bring the Black Mask Studios book to the small screen.
Writer B. Clay Moore states that female superheroes were originally introduced because "the industry was trying to find something for everyone."
Gabriel Hardman and Corinna Bechko's "Invisible Republic" #1 is "full of writing that compliments the art and vice versa."
Gerry Conway, Carlo Barberi and Juan Vlasco's "Amazing Spider-Man" #16.1 "gives readers a solid, enjoyable start."
The "Codemonkey Save World" team of Greg Pak, Jonathan Coulton & Takeshi Miyazawa is back with a look at their new original graphic novel.
Xavier Dorison, Terry and Rachel Dodson's "Red One" #1 is "fun and full of great characters that audiences can get behind."
David Giuntoli spoke with SPINOFF about Juliette's monstrous transformation and Royal Family retaliation -- and what's ahead in the season finale.
Artist Butcher Billy mashes together such icons as Robert Smith and Nightcrawler, and Ian Curtis and Spider-Man in a new series of illustrations.
Would you like to see the "Big Bang Theory" star don the iconic green suit and plague Batman on the big screen?
"The excellence of the visual storytelling makes Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher and Bengal's 'Batgirl: Endgame' #1 worth checking out."
Casey Gilly examines recent hot-button comics issues and talks through solutions for keeping the dialogue productive and compassionate.
We examine the history of "FF" comics, and why the limited release of a manga with the "Type-0 HD" Collector's Edition provides reason to hope for more.
Artist Phil Jimenez and Marvel's Sana Amanat talked with host Larry Wilmore about why some fans are so resistant to recent changes.
The Oscar-winner explains how he brings a humanitarian sensibility to his new high-octane thriller.
CSBG is pitting your favorite movie superheroes against each other! Voting is now up for the complete Round of 64. Decide who makes it to round 2!
One of the earliest Oni Press series returns this summer, with "Hopeless Savages: Break" from Jen Van Meter, Meredith McClaren & Christine Norrie.
What's "The Divergent Series: Insurgent" like? Imagine "The Hunger Games," only terrible.
See how Batman's iconic vehicle has evolved over its 75-year history, and how it stacks up cost-wise against today's sports cars.
Learn how the "Lois & Clark" TV show forced the Superman comics to get their version of the characters hitched in a hurry! Plus, how did a haircut land an inker a job?
Though Mitchell won't make his Inhuman debut for a few episodes yet, a new photo teases the actor's look in the show.
No sandwiches, big problems! Christopher Hastings & Zachary Sterling continue their journey through food-free Ooo in "Adventure Time" #38.
"Wordless Workshop" cartoonist dies at age 92. Comparing sales of Marvel's female and male Thor. Dean Haspiel remembers "The Fox" creator Irwin Hasen.
The filmmaker, who's confirmed a "Mallrats" sequel, shares a photo of a partial cast reunion - on the set of an Audi commercial.
Bedard talks teaming Kyle Rayner & Hal Jordan in DC's mega-event and why he feels Alex DeWitt's death was necessary for Kyle to become the ultimate GL.
A condensed version of the new "Avengers" trailer has hit TV; Joss Whedon revealed that there are unrevealed heroes in the film and more.
Celebrate March MODOK Madness with MODOKtor Doom, Howard the MODOK, TotorMODOK and many more!
The trophy-hunting alien will join Jason Voorhees as a DLC character in the new game from Warner Bros. Interactive and NetherRealm Studios.
If you were curious how a San Fransokyo "Street Fighter" tournament might play out, this video gives an idea.
The Marvel U is ending and "Punisher" & "Black Widow" are going out fighting as CBR spoke with writer Nathan Edmondson about his "Last Days" arcs.
The 30-second trailer reveals the first film will premiere in Japan on Aug. 1 and the second on Sept. 19.
Havok visits Cyclops, "Daredevil" takes a new defense strategy and "The Black Vortex" continues and more in Marvel Comics' March 18 releases.
Comic book fans and professionals including Dan Slott, John Cassaday and more have taken to Twitter to share memories of their first comic book.
One day after "Chrononauts" arrived at comic shops, Universal Pictures has optioned the Image Comics series by Mark Millar and Sean Gordon Murphy.
The "Peanuts Movie" producer discusses his initial fears regarding taking on a film starring the beloved characters.
Ian Colletti is set to bring one of the most visually distinctive characters of the "Preacher" comic book series to live-action life.
"Superhero comics don't get much better than" Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher and Babs Tarr's "Batgirl" #40.
In a Tweet, Baccarin revealed that the name of her role in the "Deadpool" film was Vanessa.
Geralt's perilous journey continues on the high seas in Dark Horse Comics' "The Witcher: Fox Children" #1 by Paul Tobin & Joe Querio.
The "Mentalist" actor will appear as alien convict Vartox in the pilot episode of CBS' upcoming DC Comics series.
Geoff Johns, John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson's "Superman" #39 "is a fantastic close to this chapter of Superman's life."
Gerry Duggan discusses his cosmic "Secret Wars" series that follows a young girl and her family trying to survive a nightmarish world -- and Thanos!
Archie's horror titles return this spring -- with at least one more on the way -- and CBR has the exclusive first look at two new covers.
It's March Madness time, and that means CSBG has another DC/Marvel character tournament. Come vote for your favorite DC/Marvel Movie Superheroes!
The identity of the mastermind behind "Batman Eternal's" machinations is a genuine surprise -- which is why the revelation works so well.
The actor will produce and star in the live-action adaptation of Jim Henson's beloved 1980s children's series.
The "Boardwalk Empire" actor talks about his surprising friendship with Al Pacino and compares "Ant-Man's" tone to "Guardians of the Galaxy."
HTC gave the "Iron Man" star free rein to produce a series of films celebrating its new smartphone. The results are as bizarre and amazing as you could hope for.
After dropping "the real S.H.I.E.L.D." bombshell in the last episode, Edward James Olmos takes center stage as Robert Gonzales in Marvel's print ad campaign.
Noted Shazam superfan Evan Shaner explains what he loves most about Captain Marvel and why he's always up to reteam with his "Flash Gordon" collaborators.
Paul Tobin & P.J. Holden's "Gunsuits" and Steve Niles & Nat Jones' "Broken Moon" help launch new horror-themed imprint American Gothic Press.
De Campi, Ruiz & Koslowski's "Archie Vs. Predator" "takes a huge risk and it pays off incredibly well, resulting in a satisfying teen comedy horror story."
The publisher of "Scott Pilgrim" and "The Sixth Gun" has announced it will begin accepting submissions and pitches from writers, artists and colorists.
Max Bemis returns to comics with "Oh, Killstrike," the Say Anything frontman's ode to fatherhood and '90s comics.
Have Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming come up with an "unsolvable" case in "Powers" #2?
Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver appear to choose their alliance in an "Age of Ultron" teaser filled with new footage.
For the first time since the midseason finale, Ward and Agent 33 will return to the show in "Love in The Time of Hydra."
Nicotero will continue as an executive producer and director of the hit drama and its spinoff, while developing other projects for the cable channel.
The collection of 3-inch vinyl figures not only includes the team from Marvel’s 2014 blockbusterm but also Ronan, Nebula, Korath and more.
The "Earthworm Jim" creator explains why he's going multi-volume for the first time with his latest project, which was 15 years in the making.
The cast of Marvel's upcoming Netflix series can be seen in this street-level teaser.
Alisa Kwitney begins her DCU writing life by reviving fan-favorite Batgirls for a story full of 20-something triangles and "Flashpoint" villains.
Jackie Earle Haley is rumored to be up for the role of the Thinker; Vincent D'Onofrio participates in #AskFisk Twitter event and more.
Liquid Comics subsidiary is developing digital comics, videos! Geoff Johns talks "Superman," and Jimmy Olsen! How to ease into long-running series! More!
The "Big Bang Theory" star throws his green derby into the ring to play the iconic Batman villain in a future installment.
Writer Joe Peacock recalls the events before and after the death of his friend Jeremy Dale, the creator of "Skyward" and artist of "G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero."
Diggle deals with some deadly wedding crashers in the trailer for "Arrow's" "Suicidal Tendencies" episode.
Footage from the highly anticipated adaptation of Hajime Isayama manga reveals the Colossal Titan in action.
Kieron Gillen & Salvador Larroca put Vader on the warpath as Marvel's take on "Star Wars" continues in "Darth Vader" #3, on sale March 25.
Ollie mulls Ra's Al Ghul's stunning proposition as new the new villain Murmur emerges to take revenge against Starling City's police force.
Ruth Negga, who plays Raina on "Agents of SHIELD," is the first performer in place for AMC's "Preacher" pilot, in the key role of Tulip.
Rickey Purdin, an Associate Editor on DC Comics including "The Multiversity," has joined Marvel as the company’s new Talent Manager.
Rafael Albuquerque and Mike Johnson's "EI8HT" #2 has a "rougher, grungy style... well-suited to this story."
Turn me on, dead man, and discover the secret message Paul McCartney hid in a 1995 episode of "The Simpsons"!
Eric Heisserer and Felipe Massafera's "Shaper" #1 "benefits from great characterization."
Fabian Nicieza, who wrote some of the original "Age of Apocalypse" titles for Marvel in the '90s, will return to the series for "Secret Wars."
Wonder Woman helps a friend by masquerading as a pop star's trainer in DC's digital first "Sensation Comics" #29 by Sara Ryan & Christian Duce.
Promising "something even bigger is coming out the other side," Brian Bendis discusses how his series helps shape the Marvel Universe's next chapter.
The latest "Flash" episode was filled with major developments, and EP Andrew Kreisberg, Tom Cavanagh & Candice Patton share spoiler-filled insight.
With the offer for Ollie to succeed Ra's al Ghul on the table, the world of "Arrow" just got even more complicated.
Mark Millar and Wilfredo Torres' "Jupiter's Circle" #1 is "an interesting, reality-tinged run with a different perspective on the heroic ideal. "
A new teaser image stars Captain Cold and Heat Wave as the pair ready for another run at "The Flash"
David Gabriel names exactly which titles will come to their finale as a result of the universe-ending "Secret Wars."
The CW's DC-filled Tuesday night lineup of "Flash" and "iZombie" pushed the network up to second place in the key demographic.
Stan Lee has put his former Hollywood Hills home on the market for $4.9 million, but it’s unclear whether it comes with the life-size Spider-Man statue.
Chris Sims publicly apologized Tuesday to Valerie D’Orazio after the blogger and former DC Comics editor called him out for years-old online harassment
A brief teaser for "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part 2" charts Katniss’ rise to power over the previous three films.
Eisner Award-winning creator Nate Simpson tells CBR News, his Image series is not only back, he has a plan and a schedule for its 7-issue run.
CSBG kicks off a new feature spotlighting notable comic book fights where the "wrong" side won, starting with the infamous Spider-Man vs. Firelord battle of 1985.
Ray Fawkes is the next guest for X-Position and CBR wants your questions for the "Wolverines" co-writer.
On "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," the agency's list of super-powered individuals has taken center stage, with new threats, complications and implications.
A new video from 8 Bit Cinema condenses the first two season of the AMC drama into an old-school arcade game.
Cartoonist had complained of severe stomach pains. Driver in ZombieWalk crash pleads not guilty. Remembering Wildcat artist Irwin Hasen. Plus more!
Check out an exclusive look at Dark Horse's "Angel & Faith" #13 by Victor Gischler & Will Conrad, in which the heroes unite to save Fred.
The "Silicon Valley" actor hinted he may be playing Weasel in the Merc's movie; Fox's adaptation of the Vertigo drama finds a new Maze and more.
The final chapter in the new trilogy doesn’t arrive until 2019, but already there’s talk of who will be behind the camera.
Barry Allen ruptures the time continuum just as Captain Cold and Heat Wave return in the followup to last night's high stakes episode.
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In a mostly wheel-spinning episode, Marvel's network drama still manages to provide some thrills thanks to Kyle MacLachlan's deranged daddy figure.
IDW gives Disney's icon a new #1, Mariko Tamaki launches a new TMNT series plus the latest "Star Trek," "Transformers," "G.I. Joe" and much more.
"Batman Eternal" #50 heads toward its grand finale plus more than 100 new previews from DC Comics, Marvel, Image, Dark Horse, IDW and more.
Things get very timey-wimey as a new Weather Wizard debuts and shocking secrets about the Reverse Flash are finally revealed.
The discussion of the "Batgirl" #41 Joker-themed variant didn't end with DC Comics' decision to not publish the cover.
Sony’s "Pixels" pits Adam Sandler, Peter Dinklage, Michelle Monaghan and Josh Gad against an alien invasion.
Field, who played Aunt May in Sony's two recent "Amazing Spider-Man" installments, laughed off the idea of a spinoff when asked about it.