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Get a load of Square Enix's Batman/Two Face mash-up figure that terrifies us just as much as it blows us away.
CBR has the debut of two variants for September's "Howard the Duck" #11, one painted by series writer Chip Zdarsky and an action figure variant.
Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos reveals why he thought "Agent Carter" wasn't worth picking up.
Jack Davis, cartoonist for "Mad Magazine," and illustrator of magazine covers, movie posters, and album covers, has died at the age of 91
Johns is now President of DC Entertainment, in addition to holding the role of Chief Creative Officer at the company.
Congressman John Lewis's graphic memoir "March" may be complete, but, as he told a packed room at Comic-Con, there is still work to be done.
In the debut of a new feature on comic retcons we want to see, CSBG explains why Apocalypse should be behind Weapon X and Wolverine's adamantium.
Give Jason Bourne a rolled up magazine and a moped and he can escape from anyone. Even your favorite comic book and movie heroes.
While the '90s-set X-Men series may be out of the mainstream Marvel continuity, [SPOILER]'s return should still x-cite longtime X-Fans.
A new video interview with the star of "The Walking Dead" may give away who survived the Season 6 finale's encounter with Negan.
Creators past and present gathered at SDCC to discuss the importance of the team to the both the DC Universe and their fans.
Andrew Aydin, congressional aide to Rep. John Lewis, explains how he's protesting Donald Trump's campaign comments, and the bigotry on Capitol Hill.
CSBG explores "Batman: The Animated Series'" connection to its tie-in comic, examining the forgotten sequel to the cartoon classic "Harley and Ivy."
Jon Watts discusses Spidey as a relatable entry point into the "ground floor" of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
CBR has the exclusive cover reveal for next month's issue of "International Iron Man" that digs into Tony Stark's mysterious parentage.
The cast of "Riverdale" shares what sets their characters apart from classic "Archie" comics.
The numbers are in, and Fathom's "Killing Joke" limited release raked in more than $3 million, just from Monday night showing.
New hi-res images show off incredibly detailed and articulated "Suicide Squad" figures featuring Harley Quinn, The Joker and Deadshot.
The latest chapter in the "Civil War II" saga includes major developments that will have major ramifications for the storyline.
A new look at the DC Films' Amazon warrior features a battle-weary Diana decked out in her battle gear.
Check out an advance look at Greg Pak and Mirko Colak's hotly anticipated fantasy/Western series, hitting stands in August.
Is a classic enemy, not seen since before "Flashpoint," responsible for Wally West's existence being wiped from the DC Universe's collective memory?
Gerry Duggan is the next guest for X-POSITION and CBR wants your questions for the "Uncanny Avengers" and "Deadpool" writer.
U.S. Agent re-enters the world of Captain America as Nick Spencer's "Civil War II" plans continue to grow ever larger.
The latest issue features a dangerous showdown between Ultron and the Avengers Unity Squad and teases a big battle next month.
Dynamic new covers from Dave Johnson and Carmine Di Giandomenico focus on "Rebirth's" Flash.
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A short conversation between the Alexandria residents adds additional depth to Glenn and Nicholas' ill-fated relationship.
It's New Comic Book Day! Celebrate the best day of the week with new releases like IDW's "Rom," DC's "Batgirl," Top Cow's "Mechanism" and more.
At Comic-Con, Jim Lee teased a "WildC.A.T.s" announcement for NYCC, and discussed the possibility of resurrecting to "All Star Batman and Robin."
Get an earlier look at this week's "Action Comics" from the all-star team of writer Dan Jurgens and artist Tyler Kirkham.
The original "Alias" creative team reunites, two classic Carpenter movies crossover, "Archie" debuts the new Cheryl Blossom and more must reads.
"Rise of the Batmen" marches on in James Tynion & Alvaro Martinez's "Detective Comics" #937, and there may be no escape for the Dark Knight.
Once friends, then enemies, Diana and Cheetah debate their current relationship status in this preview from Greg Rucka and Liam Sharp.
The "Justice League Dark" trailer and behind-the-scenes first look included on the "Killing Joke" home video release has surfaced online.
It looks like there'll be a few nods to those who helped popularize the anti-hero ensemble for eagle-eyed fans.
DC Comics Co-Publishers Dan DiDio & Jim Lee tell CBR that it'll be a while before the story of "Watchmen" involvement in the DC Universe continues.
The mystery of what happened to Wally and the rest of the Teen Titans deepens, as Dan Abnett and Brett Booth's Rebirth saga continues to unfold.
The "Suicide Squad" director debunks a rumor that Jared Leto's Joker is secretly a corrupted Jason Todd.
With some backlash starting to stir against Brie Larson being chosen to play Captain Marvel, former "Captain Marvel" writer Kelly Sue DeConnick throws support her way.