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Marvel has answered speculation on the sexual orientation of "Hercules," following the announcement of a new series by Dan Abnett and Luke Ross.
Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso revealed that Brian Michael Bendis will pen a sister-title to "Invincible Iron Man."
Axel Alonso says Marvel's current lack of Black writers is only temporary, and confirms plans for an "Invincible Iron Man" companion series.
Participating retail locations will receive exclusive Iron Man items, including a "Build Your Own Iron Man" promo piece.
Director Shinji Higuchi and stars Haruma Miura and Kiko Mizuhara discuss bringing Hajime Isayama's popular manga to live-action life.
Jason Aaron and Simone Bianchi's "Star Wars" #7 is "yet another fantastic chapter in the relaunched series."
Author Chuck Palahniuk and cover artist David Mack spoke with CBR TV about the "Fight Club" sequel, learning to write comics and pushing the envelope.
The "Arrow" star may have given a firm answer on Oliver Queen's facial hair future, but would you like to see the DC Comics hero go full goatee?
The Black Knight will return to Marvel Comics in his very own post-"Secret Wars" series from Frank Tieri and Luca Pizzari.
Trina Robbins' new book is a celebration of four great women who spun tales of female heroes battling the Axis powers during WWII.
This week, learn if Marvel nearly rebooted in the 1980s with a brand-new line of comics! Plus, what came first, "Ghost World" or Daria?
Masashi Kishimoto teams with Kenji Taira for "Boruto: Naruto the Movie" manga tie-in! This weekend, it's Boston Comic Con! A look back at Dell's pioneering "Lobo"!
Even though he's dead, sickness plagues Hellboy in the new issue from Mike Mignola and Dave stewart.
Ubisoft has released a trailer trumpeting the addition of new armies to a game already starring He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and G.I. Joe.
In honor of the Star Trek/Green Lantern series, here are some other Trek/comic book team-ups, from Harley Quinn/Spock to "Batman '66"/"Star Trek '66!"
Blood, death and fire rain down in Randy Stradley and Doug Wheatley's "King Tiger," launching August 12 from Dark Horse Comics.
"Spider-Gwen" artist and co-creator Robbi Rodriguez says movie rights keep wholly original characters from popping up in the book.
The live-action "Attack on Titan: Counter Rockets" will debut the first of three 30-minute episodes on Aug. 15.
Veteran Marvel and DC Comics editor Mike Marts spoke with CBR about his new comics venture, the creators he's bringing along and the why of it all.
"Peanuts" is celebrating the 47th anniversary of the beloved comic strip’s first African-American character by declaring today National Franklin Day.
Will Friedle's young Peter Quill meets James Arnold Taylor's Yondu - and "friends" - in the first clip from Disney XD's "Guardians of the Galaxy: Origins."
When Hot Toys teased it had more in store for its 1/6th-scale "Avengers: Age of Ultron" Hulkbuster figure, that wasn't mere marketing hype.
Watch the first trailer for "Attack on Titan: Junior High," an anime adaptation of the comedic spinoff manga series.
With Gambit's film future in jeopardy, CSBG piles on the Cajun X-Men by pointing out his five most embarrassing comic book moments.
Brenden Fletcher & Annie Wu tell CBR that "Black Canary" #3 features major revelations about Dinah Lance that will reverberate like a Canary Cry.
"Civil War" heats up, Groot encounters the Silver Surfer, Yotat makes his mark in "Guardians of Knowhere," the "Ultimate End" nears and more.
CSBG is nearing the end of their countdown of your picks for the greatest Joker comic book stories ever told! Check out what made it thus far.
Ron Marz writes about his recent tour of Pixar Animation Studios, and the huge injection of inspiration he received thanks to his visit.
"Invader Zim" creator Jhonen Vasquez talks about the path that turned him from a 19 year-old artist into an award winning storyteller.
Al Ewing tells CBR News about his plans for Marvel's new "Ultimates" squad, working with artist Kenneth Rocafort and dealing with cosmic threats.
Even a truly amazing pop-culture inflected mystery in space can't save the week as Clark Kent is dumber than hay and a horror comic doesn't even try.
Stand down, Survey Corps members. A flesh-eating Titan couldn't really be 200 feet tall. We swear!
The monster hunter blasts away attacking zombies in Bobby Rubio's variant cover for the "Secret Wars" series.
Square Enix has unveiled the first official look at the pistol-packing Play Arts Variant Black Widow action figure.
"The Fox" writer/artist and Emmy winner returns to his autobio comix roots in a new collection which looks at his lifelong love affair with New York City.
Ted Rall fires back at Los Angeles Times! Someone stole the camera of the web series "Comic Trips"! In Cleveland, it's the summer of Superman! Plus more!
Abigail Brand continues to mete out justice on Battleworld in Kieron Gillen and Filipe Andrade's "Siege" #2, featuring a cast of thousands.
Brian Michael Bendis implies that his "Iron Man" story could expand in the wake of the first issue's massive preorders.
Spider-Man can't stop himself from crossing the line as the controversial "Secret Wars" story continues in Slott & Kubert's "Renew Your Vows" #3.
This infographic map locates fictional companies in the Marvel Comics Universe, spanning from New York City to Los Angeles and everywhere in between.