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Gal Gadot's Wonder wardrobe could include a dive suit; Markus and McFeely may return for the "Avengers" sequel and more.
The image by cover artist Jenny Frison ties in with next week's revelatory "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." episode
A new report says ABC is eyeing an "Agents of SHIELD" spinoff for as early as this fall, though the cast and concept is not yet known.
Rumors suggest that Jason Todd will have a role in "Suicide Squad"; Laurel and Quentin travel from "Arrow" to Central City and more.
In this clip from "Afterlife," Skye learns a little bit more about Terrigenesis from an Inhuman named Lincoln.
Marvel's cinematic universe may expand into animation; "Age of Ultron's" cast will appear on ABC's shows before the film's release and more.
Lord and Miller may be in the running to helm the live action "Flash" film; James Gunn reveals that Nebula will return and more.
If all goes well, Kermit, Miss Piggy, Gonzo and the gang will return in a new variety series, co-written by "The Big Bang Theory's" Bill Prady.
Showrunner Steven DeKnight teases where "Daredevil" may go; Jason Momoa reveals status of "Justice League" script and more.
Executive producer Jeff Bell also opens up about Luke Mitchell's upcoming debut as an Inhuman.
Karen Fukuhara has joined the "Squad" in a mystery role; "Daredevil" showrunner Steven S. DeKnight reveals his Punisher fandom and more.
A number of parallel plotlines collide as the new S.H.I.E.L.D. of Edward James Olmos takes us back to "Captain America 2" before taking control.
Milo Ventimiglia joins "Gotham's" cast as the Ogre; Elizabeth Olsen and Aaron Taylor-Johnson tease their "Avengers" origin and more.
"Battlestar Galactica" veteran Edward James Olmos discusses usurping Agent Coulson's power as Robert Gonzales -- and Bobbi's betrayal.
Showrunner Daniel Cerone has posted new info regarding "Constantine's" future; Scott Eastwood and Raymond Olubowale join "Suicide Squad" and more.
Daryl and Aaron embark on a journey in "Walking Dead's" season finale; "Batman V Superman's" Aquaman photo stands revealed and more.
The new image from Delicious Design League puts Bobbi Morse front-and-center ahead of the Mockingbird-centric episode's debut.
Fanart puts Will Smith in Deadshot's mask; "Heroes" vet Milo Ventimiglia will appear in "Gotham's" return episode and more.
As the Hydra-harmed Ward reemerges, Marvel's network drama invokes Quentin Tarantino and pales in comparison.
A pair of clips tease this week's "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." ep; Marvel CCO Joe Quesada mentions Peter's name when asked about the new movie and more.
Though Mitchell won't make his Inhuman debut for a few episodes yet, a new photo teases the actor's look in the show.
A condensed version of the new "Avengers" trailer has hit TV; Joss Whedon revealed that there are unrevealed heroes in the film and more.
After dropping "the real S.H.I.E.L.D." bombshell in the last episode, Edward James Olmos takes center stage as Robert Gonzales in Marvel's print ad campaign.
For the first time since the midseason finale, Ward and Agent 33 will return to the show in "Love in The Time of Hydra."
Marvel's star-crossed secret agents Adrianne Palicki and Nick Blood hint at what's ahead for their characters, and whether they'll survive the experience.
Jason Momoa addresses "DC haters" with two words; Ryan Reynolds reveals why he thinks "critical fanboys" will embrace "Deadpool" and more.
As her father builds a supervillain army, Agent Skye deals with her Inhumanity in Blair Underwood's psychiatric office.
Robert Kirkman reveals how "Walking Dead's" spinoff will tie into to the hit series; Retro Girl takes the lead in new "Powers" images and more.
Some surprising and familiar names turn up in the description for "One Door Closes," which promises a war for Agent Coulson.
Joss Whedon talks working with James Spader on "Age of Ultron"; Fox's Vertigo drama adds D.B. Woodside and Rachael Harris and more.
The art team behind "Moon Knight" and "Injection" illustrates a menacing Cal Zabo and his soon to debut band of villains.
Krysten Ritter sports scrapes on "Jones'" NYC set; the CW released a new "Working Dead" promo for the upcoming zombie show and more.
Genesis Rodriguez discusses the chances of a "Big Hero" sequel; Common wants to be John Stewart in "Green Lantern" and more.
De Matteo and Blair Underwood make their debut on ABC's Marvel Comics drama series.
The return of Thor's warrior foil heralds a stand-alone story built on basic tropes but packed with satisfying secrets.
In a new clip from "Who You Really Are," Sif emerges on a Portuguese beach with no memory of who she is.
The two actors tease their upcoming relationship on the series and share their giddiness in introducing the Inhumans to Marvel's cinematic canon.
Courtney reveals what he can about his Boomerang costume; director Bryan Singer poses in front of an iconic set of stairs and more.
Mike Colter gives a rundown on Luke Cage's powers; Caity Lotz teases her involvement on the CW's new "Arrow"-verse show and more.
In "Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s" 13th episode, "One of Us," May seeks out her ex-husband and Cal plots his revenge on Coulson.