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Charlie Cox opens up about the not-yet-revealed Daredevil suit; Simon Kinberg addresses codename concerns in "Fantastic Four" and more.
The Iron Man star reveals why he took a supporting role in "Civil War"; Jason Momoa teases a new type of Aquaman and more.
The second half of the season rolls on with a crusading Gordon, a romancing Bullock, and other character turns that go nowhere fast.
There's romance ahead as the detective continues cleaning up his act, and the actor marvels at his experiences as the GCPD's increasingly good bad boy.
The Dollmaker, referred to in an early episode of the pre-Batman series, joins the show's growing roster of villains.
The man who would be Penguin shares a look the future, filled with intrigue, relationship-building with Jim Gordon and the return of Oswald's mother.
Joe Manganiello may be up for Deathstroke; Paul Bettany talks going red for the Vision role and more.
Ben McKenzie discusses the changes in Jim Gordon, and how his current relationship with Bruce Wayne may one day impact his partnership with Batman.
Mackie is up for anything Marvel wants to put him in; the first stills from "The Fearsome Dr. Crane" have appeared and more.
The "Gotham" EP explains the importance of planning ahead, which for the hit show includes figuring out when and how to introduce its first costumed villain.
COMIC REEL: Amell Says Next "Arrow"/"Flash" Event Will Be "Even Bigger"; "Deadpool" Begins Filming In March
Stephen Amell hints that the Lazarus Pit has already appeared on "Arrow"; Ryan Reynolds will head home to Vancouver for "Deadpool" and more.
Writer Ben Edlund delivers "Gotham's" strongest episode to date with a proto-supervillain, mafia twists and a new mission for Jim Gordon.
The genre favorite offers "Gotham" a younger take on a character that has traditionally been presented as Bruce Wayne's protective mother figure.
"Smallville" and "Hell on Wheels" actor Christopher Heyerdahl discusses the hunt for the Electrocutioner and his return to the DC Universe.
Matt Ryan lends his voice to the animated "Constantine" clip; the "Powers" writer will chat with "Late Night" host Seth Meyers and more.
Fans will see more of young James Gordon and pre-Batman Bruce Wayne as Fox gives an early renewal to the Bruno Heller-run television drama.
James Gordon's attempts to clean up his reputation continue in this preview for the next episode of "Gotham."
COMIC REEL: "Captain America" Writer Talks Carter's Iron Man Connection; Firth Fights In "Kingsman" Clip
"Civil War" may reveal if Tony Stark ever met Peggy Carter; Colin Firth turns into a "killing machine" in new pub scene and more.
Scarecrow's father will show up on Fox's proto-Batman drama; Netflix's "Daredevil" begins its ad campaign and more.
CBS' Nina Tassler calls "Supergirl" a "female empowerment" story; the heroes get torn apart in new "Age of Ultron" clip and more.
Superman himself denies rumors that the team-up film will be split up; the live-action Firestorm suit pays homage to the comics and more.
Captain Cold and Heat Wave team-up to fight the Scarlet Speedster; Christophe Beck will provide the music for the Marvel movie and more.
COMIC REEL: Suicide Squad "Definitely" Returning To "Arrow"; "Avengers" Trinity Appears In New Still
EP Andrew Kreisberg revealed that the elite team will return to Starling City; "Age of Ultron" gets a calm promo image and more.
A change of scenery to Arkham Asylum proves good for the Fox drama, but things could get a lot crazier for Jim Gordon ... if fans are lucky.
The "Sherlock" actor opens up about his strange new role; a casting list may reveal the return of the "Amazing" franchise and more.
Noah Berlatsky contrasts the graphic violence in "Gotham" to the subdued approach in "Ms. Marvel," and ponders which is truly more realistic.
This scene from the midseason premiere introduces Arkham Asylum's Dr. Leslie Thompkins into the pre-Batman drama.
ROBOT 6 columnists Tom Bondurant and Carla Hoffman kick off their annual look back at the year in Marvel and DC, with an eye toward 2015's Big Events.
It's time for CBR's annual look back at the year that was, ranging from splashy movie announcements to important dialogue on industry issues.
The new version of the "X-Men" film will arrive in the summer; Black Widow jumps into action in new image and more.
"Game of Thrones," "The Walking Dead" and "The Big Bang Theory" again top the list of most pirated shows, with "Gotham" as the only new entry.
A new "Carter" promo dives into Peggy's post-"First Avenger" mindset; Mike Colter will portray Cage in the Marvel Netflix series and more.
Harley Quinn rumored to be protagonist for the DC antihero film; Daredevil may don a familiar suit in the upcoming Netflix series and more.
COMIC REEL: Marvel Wanted Spider-Man In "Avengers"; Hot Toys Debuts Detailed "Age Of Ultron" Figures
A leaked email reveals Marvel wanted a teenage Peter Parker in "Infinity War"; Thanos gets an intimidating toy and more.
"Gotham" is looking for its John Grayson and Mary Lloyd; Jon Goldwater says "Afterlife With Archie" film or series "will happen" and more.
Spider-Ham and other weird characters won't appear in any Spider-Man film; Lisa Snart and Dante Ramon join the CW show and more.
With the midseason finales in the bag for the six current comic book TV series, CBR wants to know which one was your favorite?
The actor has expressed his desire to travel to all of the currently airing DC Comics shows, including "Gotham" and "Constantine."
Gwyneth Paltrow says she would play Pepper in the "Cap" sequel; Grant Gustin promises "Flash" fans have no idea what's coming and more.
As Alfred gets his hands dirty and Ivy reemerges, the Fox drama brings its cast together for a fall finale that’s thin on real development.