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Jessica Abel dives into the world of radio, podcasting and creativity in her new book, and offers her take on uneven representation in comics and film.
Lando leads the paparazzi, Gallifreyans and shlub Hydra agents all teaming up to make the week sneak in a win.
After a profitable 2014, Wizard World says it lost $1.8 million in second quarter of 2015! Dark Horse licenses manga "Fate/Zero"! Archie exhibit heads home!
David Mandel and Michael Walsh's "Hank Johnson, Agent of HYDRA" #1 is "a 'Curb Your Enthusiasm'-style comedy set in the Marvel Universe ."
Chelsea Cain & Joelle Jones explore what happens when Mockingbird loses someone close to her in Marvel's latest "S.H.I.E.L.D." one-shot.
A new infographic scrutinizes the Achilles’ heels of costumed characters, probing for a weakness that might help out in a pinch.
"World War 3 Illustrated's" Peter Kuper explores lost relationships, social upheaval, and natural devastation in his latest graphic novel.
Unable to afford a large toy model his had his eye on, the shipyard welder instead built a life-size replica.
Wilder than Trump and shadier than Hilary, Sam Humphries tells CBR News about the demonic frontrunner coming to burn a hole in politics at Image.
Strangely enough, when you remake the "Dawn of Justice" trailer with action figures, construction paper and actors in homemade costumes, it doesn’t seem so grim.
Things could come crashing down for Magneto and his kingdom in Marvel's "House of M" #2 by Dennis Hopeless, Cullen Bunn & Marco Failla.
Doubt has been cast on the veracity of a viral story purporting that a school requested a student stop bringing a Wonder Woman lunchbox to school.
What's the one thing that can make any superhero movie better? A dance-off! And who better to do the honors than Spidey and Deadpool.
After two years apart, Brett White reconnects with his inner Madrox fan and discovers just how important the character is.
Marvel frequently retcons the villainous Apocalypse into the origins of various X-Men characters, and CSBG shares the best of these retrofits.
Al Ewing and Gerardo Sandoval bring international intrigue, some Young Avengers and a possible Ultimate Universe survivor to "New Avengers."
Police in England say a 25-year-old named Superman moved faster than a speeding bullet to swipe a diamond-encrusted gold watch worth $33,000.
The cover to the upcoming second issue to the series bridging the gap between "Return of the Jedi" and "The Force Awakens" showcases a new character.
Check out two advance looks from Top Cow, including a new one-shot from the pages of "IXth Generation" and Honor Harrington surrounded by vice.
In Ollie Masters and Tyler Jenkins' new series Alaskan teenager Teddy discovers his family is in witness protection with dire consequences.
CBR celebrates National Dog Day with a list of 10 of comics' super best friends and awesome canine companions.
Eric Radomski & Steve Wacker tell CBR TV about bringing the Sinister Six to "Ultimate Spider-Man" and maintaining the right tone in "Guardians."
RunDisney has unveiled medals for the annual Avengers Super Heroes Half Marathon Weekend that will have many Marvel fans wishing they’d registered.
With the roster of Cullen Bunn and Greg Land's "Uncanny X-Men" now revealed, which character are you most looking forward to reading about?
Dark Horse Comics delivers an old school Lara Croft adventure in "Lara Croft and the Frozen Omen" #1 by Corinna Bechko, Randy Green & Andy Owens.
In today's "Superman" #43 by Gene Luen Yang and John Romita Jr., we learn the circumstances behind the world learning the "Truth" about Clark Kent.
The Clown Prince of Crime's new "Suicide Squad" look kind of rubs the other villains the wrong way in this animated parody.
Rick Remender reveals details about his and Sean Murphy's "Tokyo Ghost," a sci-fi tale story inspired by modern society's technology addiction.
Fabian Nicieza is the next guest for X-Position and CBR wants your questions for the "Age of Apocalypse" and "Deadpool & Cable" writer.
CBS has officially released the synopsis for the upcoming DC Comics-based superhero series.
Monkey Punch's most famous creation is returning to television with a new 24-episode adventure.
The star of CW Seed's new animated series explains how she relates to the character, identity and if she wants to bring the role to live-action.
With charges dropped, Square Enix can resume publishing "Hi Score Girl" manga! Roz Chast nominated for Thurber Prize! Bergen Street Comics to close!
The event series will add one more issue from Jonathan Hickman and Esad Ribic to its run with the release of December's "Secret Wars" #9.
Hot Toys is celebrating the S.H.I.E.L.D. director with a 1/6th-scale collectible figure, based on the likeness of Samuel L. Jackson.
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Steve Orlando discusses his brutally inventive anti-hero's rematch with Dick Grayson while trying to decipher Midnighter's place in the DCU.
The Robins meet Batman in "We Are... Robin," Peter Parker begins a deadly mission in "Civil War," plus others from DC, Marvel, Image & more.
Check out the entirety of the not-for-sale 1982 DC Comics Style Guide featuring the art of Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez.
Writer James Robinson and various artists will update the character with her own villains and supporting cast in "Scarlet Witch."