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Two versions of Ash would have shared the screen -- in parallel stories -- in Sam Raimi’s proposed "Evil Dead 4" storytline.
Learn Halloween tips from 'Saban's Power Rangers Dino Charge' in a new video featuring a museum discovery adventure.
"Adventure Time" EP Adam Muto says series creator Pendleton Ward is trying to lock down a premise for Warner Bros.' "Adventure Time" movie.
Voice actors Jason O’Mara and Gaius Charles joing director Jay Oliva and more to debut scenes from the original animated feature.
A first look at this week’s episode reveals some twists for the cold hearted savior of ABC’s fairy tale fan favorite.
"The Newsroom" actress Wynn Everett is among the new additions for the second season, playing Whitney Frost, aka Madame Masque.
Myth and magic mix as superstar writer Grant Morrison and artist Dan Mora launch BOOM!'s "Klaus," a very different look at the man known as Santa.
Marvel Head of Television Jeph Loeb brought NYCC up to speed with the latest on "Agents of SHIELD," "Agent Carter" and more Marvel TV.
New York Comic Con 2015 is officially underway, and CBR brings you some of the best images from the show's first day.
No, it's not your imagination: There is a gigantic (and somewhat-noisy) Hulkbuster walking around New York Comic Con.
Brian Grazer and Ron Howard will produce a live-action U.S. adaptation of the hit anime series "Tiger & Bunny."
Created by Donny Cates and Dylan Burnett, the "Interceptor" comic series follows vampires living in a nuclear wasteland.
A line of limited-edition, and officially licensed, shoes inspired by "Ghostbusters" debuted this week at New York Comic Con.
Warner Bros. and the creators behind the 2018's "The Flash" film are going for a more "tech-based" costume than what fans may be used to seeing.
"Batman" writer Scott Snyder revealed that Greg Capullo will take a "very short" break from the series to work on a project with Mark Millar.
Natalie Alyn Lind makes her "Gotham" debut as the ward of Theo Galavan and casts an enchanting spell on David Mazouz's Bruce.
Premiering in 2017, the second season of the animated series will see the Guardians team with the Avengers to stop The High Evolutionary.
At a recent press junket for "Trumbo," actor Bryan Cranston expressed interest in playing a super villain in an upcoming Marvel Studios film.
Fox and Chernin Entertainment are developing an adaptation of R.L. Stine's series of horror novels aimed at teenage readers.
Marvel's Chief Creative Officer discusses "Jessica Jones," "Luke Cage" and just how big Marvel TV can grow following successes on ABC and Netflix.
Nick Spencer and Jesus Saiz will kick off the Avengers family event which will run across titles like "All-New, All-Different" and "Uncanny Avengers."
Joe Quesada and friends spotlight what's next for "Ultimate Spider-Man: Web-Warriors," "Guardians of the Galaxy," and other animated series.
This custom R2-D2 figure began life as a Gundam model kit, but now he's a butt-kicking, Empire-defeating droid to be reckoned with.
While discussing "Dark Knight III: The Master Race" with reporters, Frank Miller told CBR News his next comic story will be a "Sin City" yarn.
"Batman" and "American Vampire" scribe Scott Snyder took the stage at New York Comic Con to offer fans an update on his DC Comics and Vertigo projects.
The six-episode debut season of AMC's "Walking Dead" companion series averaged 11.2 million total viewers.
Optimus Prime annexes our planet in February's "Transformers" #50 -- but is it for noble reasons?
The new heroes behind the "Avengers" franchise take over with talent Nick Spencer, Greg Pak, Marguerite Bennett and more in NYC.
The latest trailer reveals the video game will reach beyond just "The Avengers" and "Avengers: Age of Ultron."
Despite a lukewarm reception for "The Expendables 3," the fourth film in the action franchise is gearing up to shoot next year for release in 2017.
Contrary to earlier rumors, the film will follow up "Power Rangers Dino Charge," the most recent version of the television show.
Designed by Clayton Henry, Shadowman returns to the Valiant Universe with an all-new look in "Ninjak" #10 -- CBR has exclusive images.
The comics will tell stories about what happened before, during and after the original "Avatar" film.
Did Smith prevent Brian Michael Bendis from using Bullseye in one of his first "Daredevil" arcs? Plus, the secret origin of the Invisible Woman's mullet!
According to the 55-page suit, 63-year-old BJ Davis also received a major injury on the set of Sony's "Amazing Spider-Man 2."
The studio has reportedly hired "Fifty Shades of Grey" writer Kelly Marcel to tackle the film, starring the villain of the animated classic "101 Dalmatians."
Joss Whedon's most enduring creation heads back to Sunnydale High in a new "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" story by Faith Erin Hicks and Yishan Li.
Hiccup, Astrid, Gobber and, most importantly, Toothless will find themselves starring in all-new comic book adventures in 2016.
"Hellcat" artist Brittney Williams joins "Korra" co-creator Michael Dante DiMartino on the hit series' new comic book adventures.
Hugh Jackman's over-the-top performance may be the only saving grace of this origin story stuffed full of clowns, mermaids and flying pirate ships, but no real emotion.
The publisher has revealed which creators will helm the '80s properties' return to comics in 2016.
ABC Family has debuted the first trailer for "Shadowhunters," the television adaptation of Cassandra Clare’s bestselling “Mortal Instruments” novels.
Frank Miller, Brian Azzarello, Andy Kubert, Klaus Janson and Jim Lee talk "The Dark Knight" legacy and "The Dark Knight III: The Master Race."
It's a "Jem and the Holograms" creative team reunion when Kelly Thompson and Sophie Campbell spin their tale of "Dark Jem."
As Marvel debuts their hip hop variant covers, the Line artists join in with their own, homaging album covers from Ice Cube to Ice-T!
Inspired by the words of Jor-El in "Man of Steel," a high school football team has embraced the symbol of the House of El -- Superman's signature "S" -- as its own.
Lily James, Sam Riley and Matt Smith star in the horror-romance-comedy that pits Jane Austen's characters against the walking dead.
Erik Burnham and Dan Schoening expand on Dan Aykroyd's plans and send the team globe-hopping in IDW's "Ghostbusters International" series.
Disney Channel's "The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar" follows the adventures of Simba and Nala's second-born cub Kion.
Star Hugh Jackman says the movie won't begin production until the script is "perfect."
Eric Heisserer, Miguel Sepulveda and David Gomez will remake the 2003 reimagining of Kazuo Koike and Goseki Kojima's influential "Lone Wolf and Cub."
The Eisner-winning writer/artist's contribution to DC's "Dark Knight III: The Master Race" variant cover program is a chilling Joker portrait.
The people of Chatterlee have bigger, newer concerns than the Mississippi River flooding in BOOM!'s "Strange Fruit" #2 by J.G. Jones & Mark Waid.
"The Orphan" reaches a boiling point in Valiant's "Rai" #11 from Matt Kindt & Clayton Crain as Rai's past sins return to haunt him in the present.
Get All-New, All-Different looks at "Guardians of the Galaxy," "Uncanny Avengers," "Spider-Man 2099" plus "Chewbacca" #1 and more.
Bob Gale discussed the then-future 2015 of "Back to the Future Part II" and how it compares to the actual 2015 of today.
Executive Producer for the upcoming "Doctor Who" spin-off "Class" Patrick Ness shares his thoughts and plans for the upcoming series.
James Tynion IV and Michael Dialynas' series "The Woods" follows the students and staff of a prep school after they are transported to another planet.
Krysten Ritter's Jessica Jones distributes her business card in a new poster for the upcoming Netflix series from Marvel Studios.
Stop-motion animators created Hogwarts from pages of "The Prisoner of Azkaban" for this heartwarming animated tribute to J.K. Rowling and "Harry Potter."
The "Hellboy" and "Sons of Anarchy" star will join Eddy Redmayne, Ezra Miller and others in the "Harry Potter" spinoff written by J.K. Rowling.
LeFauve, who will co-write the "Captain Marvel" film with Nicole Perlman, says it comes down to finding Carol Danvers' vulnerability.
The creator of "Ren & Stimpy" will return to "The Simpsons" with an extended couch gag for “Treehouse of Horror XXVI."
Marvel legend Stan Lee and "Star Trek's" William Shatner will unveil a new project at Comikaze Expo, though no details are known at this time.
With a lead story by Dan Slott & Giuseppe Camuncoli, and a number of back-ups, "Amazing Spider-Man" #1 will "satisfy practically every Spider-fan."
At New York Comic Con, Hasbro debuted new waves of 6-inch and 3.75-inch Marvel Legends figures, including Classic Iron Man, Spider-Man Noir and Mockingbird.
Photographer Clay Enos captured Ben Affleck's Batman and Batmobile in a new portrait for Zack Snyder's upcoming "Batman v Superman" film.
Producer Scott Rudin reportedly has been tapped to oversee the long-teased DC Comics film, with production targeted to begin next year.
The extra-sized 150th issue of Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's bestselling Image comic arrives in January.
"The Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman revealed the sixth season's connection to the comics and teased the Wolves.
Scott Snyder, Gail Simone and a host of other American creators will get to create their own "Attack on Titan" stories in a new anthology.
"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" costume designer Michael Wilkinson revealed hidden details in Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman's outfits.
Writer Fred Van Lente and artist Dennis Calero will pen a new "Assassin’s Creed: Templars" ongoing series for Titan Comics.
A Utah man has been indicted on charges that he impersonated a federal law enforcement officer in an effort to gain VIP access to Salt Lake Comic Con.
The trailer for "Star Wars Rebels'" sophomore season promises new dangers and adventure for the show's heroes.
Confirming what most everyone expected, the "Straight Outta Compton" director has announced he'll helm the next film in Universal's blockbuster franchise.
Ed Brisson and Lisandro Estherren's new miniseries from BOOM! Studios follows a retired hit man known as "The Man" who is forced back into the business.
Artist Hendry Prasetya will join Kyle Higgins on the main story, while writer Steve Orlando pens a Bulk and Skull back-up story for the issue.
The seventh film in the "Star Wars" film saga will receive its world premiere in Los Angeles, just days before its wide release.
Robert Kirkman talks all aspects of the "Walking Dead" franchise -- comics, TV, video games and beyond -- Thursday afternoon at New York Comic Con
Rogue and Gambit had more than their fair share of great moments together, but these are the five best.
Mariko Tamaki will follow up Gail Simone and Rhianna Pratchett's work with Lara Croft in a new "Tomb Raider II" series from Dark Horse Comics.
The promo features a new look at the superhero drama's big Season 2 villain, as well as Tony Todd's voice for the character.
The global rescue squad known as Avengers Idea Mechanics go orbital in Al Ewing and Gerardo Sandoval's "New Avengers" #1.
Crackle has released a NYCC-exclusive comic book for its new animated series "SuperMansion," featuring a cover drawn by Rob Liefled.
The powerful minds behind Disney XD's "Star Wars Rebels' gather to discuss what's coming up in season two of the "Star Wars" interquel.
All month, CSBG is featuring recommendations of cool comics by cool comic creators including Mark Waid, Jeff Lemire, Annie Wu and more!
The synopsis explains Apocalypse's primary reason for gathering powerful mutants in order to cleanse mankind in Fox's X-Men sequel.
Hewlett-Packard has launched a "Star Wars" Limited Edition Notebook, featuring a Galactic Empire-inspired design, and R2-D2 and lightsaber sounds.
"X-Men: Apocalypse" producer Simon Kinberg revealed Fox "wants to keep making" movies for the franchise and more.
Rafer Roberts spoke exclusively with CBR about the Archer and Armstrong-starring "A&A," illustrated by newly Valiant-exclusive artist David Lafuente.
Writer/producer Simon Kinberg discusses Fox's infamous superhero film, what went wrong and whether he'd work with Josh Trank again.
Amid a calendar reshuffling, Disney has set a 2019 release for the sequel to "The Incredibles," and pushed "Toy Story 4" until 2018.
The creator of "Spawn" talks the latest changes to the series, updates on McFarlane Toys and more on the opening day of New York Comic Con.
The CW superhero drama kicked off its fourth season with 2.6 million total viewers, and the best premiere performance in the 18-49 demo since its 2012 launch.
Scott Lang will return on July 6, 2018 in "Ant-Man and the Wasp," while the "Captain Marvel" film is pushed back to 2019 to accommodate and more.
A slick viral video for "Batman v Superman" reveals LexCorp actually has a booth at NYCC, where attendees can get a free charging device.
The upcoming Play Set offers four-player arcade-style gameplay, and a new Captain America, the First Avenger figure.
Image Comics founders unite as Erik Larsen joins Todd McFarlane on the "Spawn" creative team, and CBR has exclusive details from McFarlane.
Marvel has released new art from the upcoming "Uncanny X-Men" #600, written by Brian Michael Bendis and illustrated by a roster of A-list artists.
Hasbro debuted the first new Han Solo action figure for "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" last night at New York Comic Con.
The voice of the "Doctor Who" veteran menaces star Krysten Ritter in the latest trailer for the Netflix drama.
In the smartly edited mashup "Big Hero 6: Age of Baymax," Hiro Hamada's cuddly personal healthcare companion is transformed into a homicidal robot.
Gugu Mbatha-Raw, who appeared in "Doctor Who," "Belle" and "Jupiter Ascending," is reportedly in talks for a lead role in Rian Johnson's "Star Wars" sequel.
Herge illustration for "The Blue Lotus" sells for $1.2 million. "Animal Crackers" creator Roger Bollen passes away. How to fight "con crud." "Tokyo Ghoul" makes a splash.
The former Falcon flexes his wings in All-New, All-Different Marvel's "Captain America: Sam Wilson" #1 by Nick Spencer and Daniel Acuna.
Anarky arrives on the next episode of "Arrow," and if he has his way, Star City won't survive his visit.
When a new villain threatens Star City, Oliver must decide between domestic bliss with Felicity or to return to his city to fight the darkness.
"Arrow" showrunners Marc Guggenheim and Wendy Mericle talk the major events of the season four premiere, including some insight into that ending.
The star of the upcoming "Goosebumps" live-action film joins with the Nerdist's Malik Forté for a send-up to the franchise and '90s post-movie music.
The self-avowed "Flash Gordon" fanatic helps celebrate the films 35th anniversary with a new art print.
"Preacher" EP Seth Rogen explains how faithful the show will be to the comics, when fans can expect to see the AMC series and more.
The toy company is uniting toys, comics and video games for a multiyear tale across the Transformers brand.
Clay Chapman and Matt Timson bring the horror to abandoned storage lockers in 451 Media Group's "Self Storage" #1, on sale October 28.
The "Mad Max" director discussed how he would frame a Superman film, what effects he planned to use in his ill-fated "Justice League" film and more.
Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV and Tony Daniel's "Batman and Robin Eternal" #1 "is full of so many possibilities it feels like anything can happen."
In their latest spotlight on creators taking shots at their own comics, CSBG looks at a creator celebrating the cancellation of "Weapon X."
Watch two roommates settle a disagreement the only way they know how: with an epic "Dragon Ball Z" battle using finger puppets.
Discover which two 1980s teen icons had to turn down the role of Walter White on "Breaking Bad" before Bryan Cranston was given a shot at it.
Jonathan Hickman & Tom Brevoort discuss "Secret Wars" #6, Battleworld's unraveling nature and why Marvel's event needed to expand to nine issues.
Brian Michael Bendis and David Marquez's "Invincible Iron Man" #1 "stays true to Stark's nature while providing a bit of evolution for the character."
The “Power Rangers” film has found its Pink Ranger in Naomi Scott, who recently starred in Ridley Scott’s “The Martian.”
Benedict Cumberbatch star as a deerstalker-wearing Holmes and Martin Freeman as a mustachioed Watson in the new trailer for the 90-minute special.
"Jason Aaron, Chris Bachalo and an unseen, scarily-powerful menace make 'Doctor Strange' #1 a perfect launching point for a bold new era."
Get a close look at the new skill Barry Allen has developed in this GIF from next week's episode, "The Flash of Two Worlds."
Released online, "Bloom County 2015" will join IDW's library of Berkeley Breathed books next summer in a full-color collection.
David Ramsey spoke with CBR about Diggle's new look, his future with Lyla and his hope for more time on the Arrowverse's Suicide Squad.
The actor, who has played 007 for the past decade, reveals his thoughts on the latest Bond film and gives some advice to whoever plays the iconic character next.
America's champion returns with no memory of who she is and no choice but to run in "The Shield" #1 by Adam Christopher, Chuck Wendig & Drew Johnson.
One "Star Wars" fan has crafted his own Dejarik board and pieces, even going so far as to experiment with the holomonsters in augmented reality.
Mike Carey and Mike Perkins' "Rowans Ruin" #1 "is a rare combination of great characterization and heart-stopping horror."
Tinged with blood, the latest "Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2" poster promises, "Nothing can prepare you for the end."
"SNL" alum Chris Parnell spoke with CBR TV about voicing Mr. Peabody for the new Netflix animated series, his love of comedy, visual art and more.
The astrophysicist breaks down a battle between the two heroes and reveals the only way he thinks Batman can win in a match-up.
Thea and Laurel get in on the action and Darhk interrupts a private meeting Quentin Lance is attending in two new clips from the "Arrow" premiere.
Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern and The Flash team up for these business card holders and paperclips to make the workday a little better.
In the latest promotional photo for "Arrow" season four, Oliver Queen stands tall in his new Green Arrow costume.
In a rare interview, the legendary actor reveals he's looking to finally come out of retirement -- but he's being very picky about what roles to take.
The legendary writer/artist's wraparound cover for "DKIII: The Master Race" depicts a crouched and angry Batman, ready for action.
"Bob's Burgers" will remain open through at least 2018, as Fox has renewed the animated comedy for another two seasons.
MTV News reveals the upcoming second wave of toys from JAKKS Pacific line of Big-Figs Star Wars figures.
Witness this extended look at "Bloodshot Reborn's" "Analong Man" story from Jeff Lemire, Lewis LaRosa and heavy-hitting cover artists.
"The Flash's" season two premiere dropped a tenth of a point in adults 18-49 from its season one finale.
"Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." takes things a galactic level, May's whereabouts are revealed and Grant Ward's Hydra extends its reach on Earth.
Announcing that 14-year-old Auli'i Cravalho will join Dwayne Johnson in "Moana," Disney has released the first look at their latest princess.
Joshua Middleton's "Dark Knight III: The Master Race" variant offers a colorful view on the classic series inspiring the new mini.
Featuring an Iron Man face mask with light-up eyes, this officially licensed mini-fridge can hold an entire six-pack. Tony Stark would undoubtedly approve.
"Flash" EP Andrew Kreisberg discusses possibility of returning characters; Jon Watts remains vague about Miles Morales and more.
Playing the newest, more seasoned, speedster in Central City, the familiar TV face reveals how the role meant more to him than he first expected.
"X" marks the spot in this first look at the poster for the Fox revival, which features stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, and a nod to the show's original slogan.
Did the Season 2 premiere of "The Flash" help the series race to the top of your viewing list?
Writer/director John Harrison will handle the TV adaptation of the best-selling French graphic novel "The Call of the Stryx."
Gerry Duggan, Mike Hawthorne, Tony Moore and a bevy of cover artists welcome you to Wade Wilson's all-new #1 issue this November!
One Japanese collector learned a painful lesson when city officials seized his anime figures to auction off to recoup delinquent taxes.
This promo for next week's "S.H.I.E.L.D." episode teases hard times ahead for Lincoln, Daisy and the rest of the team.
While fans have been expecting the character to appear in current DC continuity, the question remains, where have they been and why are they here?
Amadeus Cho's Hulked out alter ego will appear in the iOS game ahead of his debut in "Totally Awesome Hulk" #1.
Don't let Wednesday pass you by without visiting your local shop to bring home a fresh stack of comics. FindAComicShop.com makes it all possible.
True to the company's "mission statement," LexCorp will unite humanity through technology this weekend free of charge.
Producers still plan to move ahead with the "Terminator" franchise, but only after learning what audiences worldwide liked -- and didn't like -- about "Genisys."
Beginning today, the publisher's full line of monthly comics will be released on comiXology and the Kindle Store the same day as print.
Zoom is coming, but Jay Garrick is here now, and he's preparing Team Flash for the villain's master plan.
Created by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos, and featuring a cover by David Mack, the comic serves as an exclusive preview of the Netflix series.
Image debuts Steven T. Seagle's "Camp Midnight," Luke Skywalker is imprisoned in "Star Wars," plus many more from DC, Marvel, IDW, BOOM! & more.
Peter Parker has supplanted Tony Stark as the world's leading industrialist and crime fighter. CBR spoke with Dan Slott about his Spider-plans.
Six months after a wormhole almost destroyed the Central City, The Flash has distanced himself from his friends -- of course, not for too long.
The return of an Asgardian and the introduction of a Marvel Comics legacy villain help keep "Agents of SHIELD" deep and impressive.
A major character from the Bat-past is back in "Batman and Robin Eternal," and fron and center on the cover of the series' third issue.
Joe Quesada returns to Daredevil once again for production art for season two of the Netflix series, available at New York Comic Con as a poster.
"Batman Eternal's" weekly sequel begins, Vertigo launches "Survivors' Club," "Telos" spins out of "Convergence" and plenty more.
In one scene on a recent episode, the main character's perspective reveals speech balloons popping up in front of everyone who's talking.
Frank Miller's depiction of Superman in a "Dark Knight III" cover shocked many -- but should fans have really been so surprised?
Declan Shalvey, Jordie Bellaire, Paul Pope, Angel Hernandez and more enter the world of "Heroes Reborn" in these retail-exclusive variant covers.
Shortly following the television show's United Kingdom debut, Sony Pictures has picked up "Danger Mouse" for a big screen debut.
Featuring work from Gerry Conway, Ron Garney and more, "All-New, All-Different Marvel Point One" #1 "is a good way to get a feel for Marvel's new books."
Series creator Chris Carter admits he considered updating the signature opening credits, but "it seemed like sacrilege" to do so.
The Vision is your average synthezoid, with a wife, two kids, and the American dream in Tom King & Gabriel Hernandez Walta's new Marvel ongoing.
"Extraordinary X-Men" writer Jeff Lemire teases big things ahead for Iceman, Magik, Nightcrawler and more.
In celebration of the 10th anniversary of "Twilight," Stephenie Meyer has reimagined her bestseller, this time with Beau, Edythe and Julie.
Chip Zdarsky and Erica Henderon's "Jughead" #1 is "the type of fun, stylish and relatable issue that opens the medium up to first-time comic readers."
Marvel puts its variant covers to work, with a 20-page "Deadpool" story by Gerry Duggan and Scott Koblish unfolding over 20 variants.
Ahead of tonight's season premiere of "The Flash," brush up on the evolution of the Scarlet Speedster's costume across comics, television and video games.
"Avengers" #0 "gives readers more than enough to make informed opinions on the upcoming half-dozen related titles."
Inspired by "The Dark Knight," the Nendoroid Joker: Villain's Edition figure may be the perfect blend of cuteness and creepiness.
The "Chronicle" screenwriter spoke with CBR TV about his new Superman series featuring a murderer's row of artists, his growth as a writer and more.
The CW continued its preparation for the premiere of "The Flash" season 2 with a new trailer and poster featuring Barry as well as a few Easter eggs.
The screenwriter previously turned in a draft for "Inhumans" as part of Marvel's in-house screenwriter program.
Courtesy of The CW, CBR has an exclusive first look at a new clip from the tonight's season premiere of "The Flash."
Writer David F. Walker will return to "Shaft" at Dynamite Entertainment with the comics miniseries "Imitation of Life" and a new prose novel.
In the upcoming fourth season of "Arrow," Thea Queen will fill her brother Oliver's shoes as the new Red Arrow during his absence and beyond.
New "Naruto" app offers a free chapter a day! Viz Media to serialize "Platinum End" in "Shonen Jump"! Lauren Beukes and Dale Halvorsen talk "Survivors' Club"!
Jennifer Lawrence’s Katniss rallies Panem against President Snow in the final trailer for Lionsgate’s blockbuster franchise.
The former World Heavyweight Champion talks to CBR about clashing with Central City's scarlet speedster, and why a supervillain's size matters.
Following the Reverse Flash's demise, Barry Allen inherits STAR labs with one catch: he must watch a video message left to him by Wells.
The "BSG" alum joins a growing cast for the comic book adaptation's second season.
Ten Marvel superhero-themed firefighter and EMS helmets will be auctioned off during and after New York Comic Con to benefit the FDNY Foundation.
Christos Gage and Megan Levens put the Scooby Gang through the supernatural wringer in "Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10" #20.
Dennis Hopeless is the next guest for a special video X-Position and CBR wants your questions for the "All-New X-Men" writer.
How many of these "obscure" Batman comics have you actually read?
The highly influential comic book writer revealed in an interview that he may have influenced Leto's take on the classic villain.
Sam Alexander is still Nova, but so is his dad in Sean Ryan and Cory Smith's new "Nova" ongoing series!
The "Suicide Squad" star says he never met Jared Leto on set; "Arrow" EP Marc Guggenheim teases what's ahead for Felicity and more.
Busiek explains that Miller didn't fail in his rendition of the Man of Steel: "It’s Frank presenting an idea of Superman that isn’t sleek and pretty.."
Writer Lee Bermejo discusses Batgirl's impact on "We Are Robin" with CBR News and teases the upcoming "Robin War" event.
Are you pleased with the direction "Gotham" took with the latest episode's major development?
The latest promo for Netflix's "Jessica Jones" features the shoddy signage for Alias Investigations.
Warner Bros. reportedly plans to bring Hank Ketcham's beloved comic strip creation back to the big screen.
"Flash" showrunner Andrew Kreisberg addresses the changes coming in the show's fast-approaching second season.
Risks, danger and thrills abound as a former NYPD detective turned P.I. tries to solve a murder in Tom DeFalco & Greg Scott's Dark Circle Comics GN.
The writer says Universal's planned films are no longer in development, but his and Gabriel Rodriguez's acclaimed series may yet become a TV show.
Jon Bernthal is Frank Castle in this slickly edited fan trailer for a rumored Netflix television series starring The Punisher.
Arlo names his human companion in the latest full-length trailer for Pixar's "The Good Dinosaur," featuring new footage from the comedy-adventure.
The cable network says its latest series to star DC Comics' biggest superhero team will most likely debut next fall.
David Walker and Sanford Greene will tell new team-up tales starring Luke Cage and Danny Rand.
LEGO and the BBC have released official images and details of the first "Doctor Who" playset, which includes minifigures of the Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors.
"Howard the Duck" writer Chip Zdarsky reveals what he and artist Joe Quinones have in store for the private duck and his partner Tara Tam.
The "Batman" artist turns his pen to illustrating a different Bruce Wayne for his variant to the anticipated sequel.
Moving at top speed, Universal Pictures is beginning negotiations with the "Straight Outta Compton" director to lead the eighth installment of the hit franchise.
"American Vampire: Second Cycle" #10 is addictive, "S.H.I.E.L.D." #10 is a must-read, plus "Book of Death: The Fall of Harbinger" and more.
Another outing with killer potential, "Gotham's" latest caps the pre-Joker saga with a few telling bumps in the road.
The DC Comics co-publishers reveal a ton of new information, pages and covers from the upcoming "DKIII: The Master Race."
Bruno Heller explains the reasoning behind tonight's episode's shocking ending and building a new mythology for the Dark Knight's most infamous foe.
Universal is developing a feature film based on the comic series from Image and Skybound Entertainment.
Showrunner David Erickson reveals plans for the series' sophomore season, including a mix of adventures on both land and sea.
In a Fortune Magazine profile, Jesse Eisenberg's Lex Luthor discusses how his father Alexander Luthor Sr. founded LexCorp and more.
Mark Waid and Evan Shaner "give readers a comic that isn't afraid to be both silly and serious" in "S.H.I.E.L.D." #10.
Universal Pictures has reportedly narrowed the list to three candidates, who will meet this week with studio executives and Vin Diesel.
"Clever and cute, 'Jem and the Holograms Outrageous Annual' #1 is a fine intermission between arcs."
With American cheese, lettuce, onions, condiments and a little too much time on your hands, you can have your own Disney Princess hot dogs.
Superman and the Atom are the focus of Frank Miller's first "Dark Knight III: The Master Race" cover, for the minicomic inside issue #1.
"Agent Carter's" Hayley Atwell and "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s" Clark Gregg will appear on Spike's "Lip Sync Battle" sometime in 2016.
The explosive second season of "Gotham" has arrived and it has fandom buzzing -- here are the five biggest ways the show's improved over Season 1!
Despite a few bumps in the road, Stjepan Sejic's "Switch" #1 "does a nice job presenting the world for newer readers."
The CW has released new interviews, featurettes and a clip to get audiences ready for "iZombie's" season two premiere.
He’s gone by many names and accomplished many heroic deeds, but this November Hercules' Marvel adventures will be handled by Dan Abnett & Luke Ross.
Valiant Entertainment has teamed with Quarantine Studio to release the first-ever statue based on one of the publisher's properties.
"The new 'Archie' continues live up to the hype" in Mark Waid and Fiona Staples' "Archie" #3.
Paul Jenkins discusses his and artist Andy Clarke's sci-fi tale about a detective who clones himself again and again in order to save the world
Marvel Comics looks to be on the verge of another "Civil War," this one arriving around the same time as the "Captain America: Civil War" film.
The "Power/Rangers" fan film producer will direct 3 digital projects for the studio over the next two years, including an animated superhero concept.
Robbie Amell's fiery hero helps out in the Flash's fight against Captain Cold and Heat Wave in a scene from this week's premiere episode.
With the announcement of "Landing soon," LEGO has released the first official images of its eagerly awaited "Doctor Who" playset.
Frank Miller's first "Sin City" story, "The Hard Goodbye," will get the "Curator's Collection" treatment, with the original artwork reproduced.
This October, Pepsi will release Pepsi Perfect, which will be modeled after the product Marty McFly ordered in "Back to the Future II."
Tom Hiddleston reveals that while he did film a scene for Joss Whedon's superhero sequel, there's a good reason fans never saw it.
Gail SImone and Nicola Scott are giving the iconic characters new directions for series by Marguerite Bennett, Aneke, Frank Barbiere and Kate Leth.
Clint Thomas owned Clint's Comics in Monroe, Louisiana. Amnesty International condemns charges against cartoonist. Artist Jeffrey Veregge talks "Red Wolf."
Daisy Johnson and May's husband, Dr. Andrew Garner, have a frank discussion about new Inhuman Joey, her goals and her development into a leader.
Square Enix has revealed Spartan Batman, the next action figure in Play Arts Variant Kai’s Batman Timeless line.
"Gotham" showrunner Bruno Heller promises that the show will both answer the riddle of Jerome's identity and "explain the whole Joker myth."