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Two characters have the same old debate on the road back home, while back in Alexandria, people start to take action, for better or for worse.
In the penultimate episode of the first half of the season, a big cliffhanger finally gets addressed, and an entirely new one gets introduced.
Daisy Ridley and John Boyega screen test with "John Mayer," "Danny DeVito," "Shaq" and more in a clip from last night's "Saturday Night Live."
Any good, creepy villain needs an even better, creepier lair, and conceptual artist John Gallagher has revealed how he envisioned Zoom's.
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The Dark Knight, a galaxy far, far away and the xenomorphs lead this week's batch of hot collectible reveals.
Trace the comic book origins of Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Hellcat and the Purple Man with these 51 comic book covers spanning 70 years.
With "Jessica Jones" now streaming on Netflix, CSBG examines the first comic book appearances of the show's heroes and villains.
A new version of '60s sci-fi series "Lost in Space" looks to be headed to television, with a remake in the works at Netflix.
Detective James Gordon gets into a knock-down, drag-out brawl with a cloaked figure in this latest clip from next week's episode of "Gotham."
Head of Marvel TV Jeph Loeb dismissed rumors that an "Iron Fist" Netflix series may no longer be happening, and told CBR news is on the way.
Haynes, who played Roy Harper in the first three seasons of "Arrow," revealed he has returned to Vancouver to appear on the show.
Warner Bros. Television President Peter Roth and showrunner Greg Berlanti pegged "Legends of Tomorrow" for a Thursday time slot this January.
Following the show's Netflix debut, Marvel has released four new official clips that provide a glimpse at Luke Cage and more.
It's one full minute of The Flash, Green Arrow and the future Legends of Tomorrow in a new, extended trailer for the upcoming two-part crossover.
Showrunner Melissa Rosenberg discussed when we might see a second season of "Jessica Jones" and star David Tennant opened up on Kilgrave's background.
Soon, everyone will know her name. But before that, CBR looks back at the impact that Jessica Jones and "Alias" had on the Marvel Universe.
Jim Gordon reveals the existence of the mysterious faction of the Knights Templar and their history in Gotham City.
David Tennant, Krysten Ritter and more discuss their Marvel roles; Neal McDonough alludes to what Darhk wants with Queen and more.
When Bruce Wayne's guardian comes face-to-whip with "Gotham's" Tabitha Galavan, things get rather violent.
"Captain America: Winter Soldier's" Anthony Mackie may have been "2 Legit 2 Quit," but he was no match for Joseph Gordon-Levitt's Janet Jackson number.
Melissa Rosenberg talks switching out Carol Danvers for Trish Walker in Marvel's latest Netflix series.
Austin Amelio's newly introduced character comes straight from the Image Comics series, although you might not recognize him.
The "X-Files" veteran reveals a series of rapid-fire images from the eagerly awaited six-episode Fox revival.
"Arrow" EP Marc Guggenheim spoke with CBR News about taking inspiration from the ABC series to deliver an espionage thriller for Marvel Comics.
The search is over for Dragon Balls, as a Japanese restaurant is now serving them as a dish on their menu.
Check out Marvel's new "Jessica Jones" swag ahead of the series' premiere tomorrow on Netflix.
Funko has unveiled its new line of 3.75-inch Pop! vinyl figures based on Marvel's "Daredevil" television series.
From honest depictions of sex and trauma to nuanced character portrayals, "Jessica Jones" is the best Marvel Cinematic Universe installment yet.
The Son of Saturn is a captive of the DEO, while Supergirl appears to be coping with being temporarily de-powered.
Ahead of it's debut on Netflix tomorrow, "Jessica Jones" has released a video of its comic-inspired opening credits.
The writer explains to CBR how he'll tell the story of Tommy's shift from villain to hero, despite the never-ceasing machinations of Rita Repulsa.
Fox has released three more posters for the "X-Files" miniseries, one of which will be very familiar to fans of the original series.
Despite never imagining herself as a superhero, Ritter tells CBR she's found the role of a lifetime in Marvel's complicated hero.
The actor stars as an English teacher who travels back in time to try to prevent the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Singer Sara Niemietz joins Scott Bradlee & Friends for a memorable rendition of the already-infectious "Pokemon" theme song.
Writer Meg LeFauve discusses the "Captain Marvel" script; "X-Men: Apocalypse" will have a show-stopping speedster scene and more.
Marvel's CCO Joe Quesada says plans continue on Netflix's upcoming "Iron Fist" series, despite Internet rumors to the contrary.
Team Arrow continues to hunt down Damien Darhk's men -- one of whom has a strong connection to Diggle -- while Merlyn returns to help Thea.
Kurt Vonnegut’s celebrated 1963 novel “Cat’s Cradle” is in development at FX as a TV series with Noah Hawley adapting.