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With "Gotham" debuting tonight, CBSG spotlights the first comic book appearances of the main cast members -- from Bruce Wayne to Edward Nygma!
Robin Lord Taylor and 40 Penguins come together in New York City to promote Fox's highly anticipated DC Comics pre-Batman drama.
"X-Men: Days of Future Past" director Bryan Singer will return to the director's chair for "X-Men: Apocalypse" in 2016.
With more shows based on comics hitting the small screen than ever before, here's our guide to latest television additions to the DC Universe.
Ben McKenzie describes the series' take on the iconic cop as a realistically idealistic defender of a pre-costumed hero and villain inhabited "Gotham."
Fox has set a release date for its long in-development "Deadpool" movie while shifting Josh Trank's "Fantastic Four" to August 2015.
The writer and executive producer hopes to build a Gotham City that appeals to and surprises both hardcore fans and mainstream audiences alike.
An adaptation of Vertigo series "Lucifer" is in development at Fox, with "Californication" creator Tom Kapinos at the helm.
"Gotham's" Robin Lord Taylor, who plays Oswald Cobblepot, spoke at Comic-Con about his character's dark path and The Penguin's iconic umbrellas.
FOX has released a first look at actress Carol Kane as Gertrude Kapelput, mother of the man who will become The Penguin in "Gotham."
A "The Greatest American Hero" series executive produced by "The LEGO Movie" directors Phil Lord & Chris Miller is headed to television.
The up-and-coming young actor is quite serious about puzzling out a new take on the classic Bat-villain -- just don't expect the question mark covered unitard.
"24" star Kiefer Sutherland and executive producer Jon Cassar opened up about "Live Another Day" and the evolution of Jack Bauer.
Felicity's mother comes to "Arrow," while Sal Maroni finds a face in "Gotham" with two new casting announcements for Warner Bros. fall lineup.
This take on Jim Gordon' early years in the GCPD is neither the Batman show fans need, nor the one they deserve right now.
Ahead of the "Night of DC Entertainment" this evening at Comic-Con International, Fox has debuted a new "movie trailer" for "Gotham."
Robin Lord Taylor and Camren Bicondova lead the young faces of "Gotham's" underworld who'll emerge as iconic enemies of the Dark Knight.
Fox is bringing even more comic-book flair to "Gotham" with a series of "Who’s Who in the DC Universe"-style character images.
The former "Southland" star takes on a more iconic cop role as he explores a whole new back story for Gotham City's most steadfast lawman.
Archie Co-CEO addresses ban of volume featuring Kevin Keller's wedding! How might a possible Fox/Time Warner merger affect superhero movies? Plus much more!
CBR presents some stories "Fantastic Four" star Kate Mara could read to get to better know her superhero alter ego.
The "Gotham" promotion continues a week before Comic-Con, with the show's James Gordon, Ben McKenzie, narrating a new 45-second promo.
Kate Mara explains she didn’t read any "Fantastic Four" comics because director Josh Trank told her the movie isn’t based on an existing story.
Oscar winner Carol Kane takes up residence in "Gotham" as the mother of one of Batman's future arch villains.
Marguerite Bennett discusses her and artist Jorge Coelho's "Sleepy Hollow" comic, which takes place between the episodes of the hit Fox show.
"Gotham" promotion continues with a 30-second clip spotlighting the show's young versions of Catwoman and Penguin, plus gang boss Fish Mooney.
Executive Producers Bruno Heller and Danny Cannon reveal their vision for Fox's "Gotham," and exploring Batman's origins from a fresh perspective.
CBR News talks to "Bob's Burgers" creator Loren Bouchard about the show's comic book spinoff, and why it's important to get it right.
With the character portrayed in comics as everything from a corrupt to compromised cop, Donal Logue explains that his Bullock will straddle the line.
As "22 Jump Street" and "How to Train Your Dragon 2" battle for the top spot at the box office, the latest "X-Men" film becomes one of three 2014 films to pass $200 million domestically.
Worldwide the latest "X-Men" film is the No. 3 movie of the year so far after "Winter Soldier" and "Amazing Spider-Man."
With Marvel reportedly casting Josh Brolin as Thanos, CBR sets our sights on big names we'd love to see play the "X-Men: Apocalypse" title villain.
Disney's "Maleficent" opened strong with $170 million globally and pushed the mutants to No. 2 in North America.
With newcomer "Maleficent" looking to bring in $65 million, "X-Men: Days of Future Past" is estimated to land at No. 2 at the North American box office this weekend.
Brett White channels the Watcher (R.I.P.) and wonders "What if…?" Marvel Studios were to reacquire the film rights to the X-Men?
The franchise-rebooting "X-Men: Days of Future Past" debuted last weekend, and CBR wants to know what you thought of Fox's latest X-film!
Simon Kinberg says director Josh Trank’s franchise reboot is "grounded, real, gritty, and what it would really be like if you went through a transformation and lost control of your body."
Daniel Cudmore discusses gearing up as Colossus once again in order to save mutankind from the threat of the Sentinels in "Days of Future Past."
With "X-Men: Apocalypse" set to follow "Days of Future Past," CBR looks back on the history of the villain set on dominating all of mutantkind.
Director Bryan Singer's film scored the best worldwide debut of any installment of the Fox franchise.