NYCC PHOTO PARADE: Comics, Creators & Cosplay Collide on Thursday
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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.
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.
"Gotham" showrunner Bruno Heller promises that the show will both answer the riddle of Jerome's identity and "explain the whole Joker myth."
Will the villainous Atom Smasher ruin the very first Flash Day celebration in this scene from the hit superhero series' Season 2 premiere?
LEGO artist Nathan Sawaya shares the first look at his record-setting, life-sized Batmobile, designed by artist Jim Lee.
Deputies escorted the terminally ill 7-year-old and his family to the sheriff's department, just in time for him to lead the assault against the zombie horde.
Showrunners Marc Guggenheim & Wendy Mericle talk to CBR about the implications of Oliver becoming the Green Arrow and new villain Damien Darhk.
The "Mad Max: Fury Road" composer has begun work on "Deadpool"; "The Flash" and "iZombie" return to the CW on Tuesday and more.
Following last night's season finale, AMC has released a new featurette examining the problems that lie ahead in season two.
The first chapter of the online-only "Fear The Walking Dead" story has arrived, and the passengers on Flight 462
Diamond Select Toys, Funko and Super 7 all show off NYCC Exclusives while Vinyl Sugar and NECA gives us something to fear this month.
The cast of "iZombie" team up with their favorite bad ass super women while a new circus adventure awaits Bruce Wayne.
There's lots of Teddy Sears as Jay Garrick in these new photos from "The Flash of Two Worlds," the second episode of "The Flash's" second season.
The CW has released 13 new photos from the second episode of "Arrow" season four, including a look at Alexander Calvert at Anarky from DC Comics.
Jack Black's R.L. Stine has some explaining to do -- while outrunning a werewolf -- in a pair of new "Goosebumps" clips.
Andrew Lincoln and Melissa McBride also hinted at just what could frighten their battle-worn characters in "The Walking Dead" season six.
Hide your household items -- "MacGyver" may return to TV, with a reboot in the works at CBS and James Wan on board to direct the potential pilot
S.J. Clarkson helmed the first two episodes of Netflix's "Jessica Jones" in addition to serving as an executive producer on the premiere episode.
The former "24" star revealed that, while he appreciates his time on the show, he plans to move onto other things.
Marvel's first live-action comedy series is in the works at ABC, an adaptation of the "Damage Control" miniseries developed by Ben Karlin.
Showrunner Scott M. Gimple addressed the possibility of bringing the protagonists' injuries to the screen and how the show tries to strike a balance.
The actor talks with SPINOFF about "Sicario," avoids spilling details about The Punisher, and confirms sometimes you can believe what you read online.
Celebrate the comebacks of shows like "Heroes Reborn" and "X-Files" with our envisioned reboots of classic canceled comics.
Ending months of speculation, "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" veteran Sarah Michelle Gellar has finally revealed her role on "Star Wars Rebels."
The "Restoration" and "Family of Rogues" episodes will bring back the recurring "Arrowverse" players ahead of their "Legends of Tomorrow" debut.
Would you tune in to HBO to watch see a Zack Snyder-helmed "Watchmen" series?
Old friends are reunited and a new mission statement is declared in this glimpse at the next episode of "Heroes Reborn."
Although there's no deal in place, the cable network says it has spoken with director Zack Snyder about a potential TV series based on the seminal comic.
The second week of NBC's revival series answered some questions, asked some more and left us scratching our heads and itching for more on others.
Two new clips from next week's episode, "The Last Laugh," show Bruce and Alfred stepping out, and Gordon and Bullock tracking down Barbara.
The "Who" spinoff hails from YA author Patrick Ness and takes place in contemporary London as dangers break through the walls of time and space.
"Step Up" star Ryan Guzman discusses his role in the NBC revival miniseries, calling his character a cross between Batman, Iron Man and the Punisher.
Over a handful of new clips from the upcoming fourth season, executive producer Wendy Mericle weighs in on how Team Arrow functions without Oliver.
Debuting next month, Japan's re-christened 500 Type EVA bullet train celebrates the 20th anniversary of "Neon Genesis Evangelion."
Though details are scarce at this point, Zack Snyder has reportedly met with HBO about a potential "Watchmen" TV series.
The supernatural drama from EP Tim Kring will follow they Hayes family as they grapple with their daughter's ability to see the undead.
The Hydra head plots in a "S.H.I.E.L.D." scene; the "Supernatural" cast posed with the "Lucifer" and "Legends of Tomorrow" gang and more.
Warner Bros has debuts the first clip from its new animated series, photos of the Super Hero Girl action figure line, and more.