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As "Powers" season one heads to Blu-ray and DVD next week, CBR has a pair of exclusive clips from the special features.
"Powers" co-creators Brian Michael Bendis & Michael Avon Oeming discuss the new "season" of the comic book and Oeming's desire to redraw the beginning.
"Suicide Squad" pic may reveal where Joker got his tattoos; Russo brothers will shoot "Infinity War" exclusively on IMAX cameras and more.
Though "Powers" will get a second season on the PlayStation Network, it'll be without Charlie Huston, due to reported "creative differences."
The Playstation Network's flagship series, based on the comics by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming, will return in 2016
Brian Michael Bendis speaks candidly with CBR News about the first season of "Powers," the chances for a second and the reception from fans.
On the last day of WonderCon, and Brian Michael Bendis, Michael Avon Oeming, Charlie Huston and cast members talked the first season of "Powers."
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.
The "Powers" co-creator talks with CBR News about the Sony TV series, casting the show and how the long road to production worked in its favor.
Courtney reveals what he can about his Boomerang costume; director Bryan Singer poses in front of an iconic set of stairs and more.
The newly launched network has made the first episode of its superhero police procedural free to watch online!
Christian Walker & Deena Pilgrim will encounter power-enhancing drugs, power-dampening tech and the menace of Wolf on the PlayStation Network series.
Copley offers a fresh twist on the familiar Bendis/Oeming character: he used to be a superstar, and he's more than a little bitter about it.
Katheryn Winnick gives her thoughts about possibly playing Carol Danvers; Freddie Highmore dissects Spider-Man's character and more.
Christian Walker (Sharlto Copley) gets a bird's eye view of Chicago in a new official trailer for Playstation's "Powers."
The new "Avengers" poster lists the trio of actors in its credits; Donald Glover would be "honored" to play Spider-Man and more.
The behind-the-scenes look at "Powers" includes cast and crew interviews; first photo of Colm Feore's "Gotham" villain emerges and more.
The "Savage Hulk" Funko figure may be a nod to "Ultron's" plot; a clip from the upcoming PlayStation series emerges and more.
Stephen Amell hints that the Lazarus Pit has already appeared on "Arrow"; Ryan Reynolds will head home to Vancouver for "Deadpool" and more.
Matt Ryan lends his voice to the animated "Constantine" clip; the "Powers" writer will chat with "Late Night" host Seth Meyers and more.
The British soap star may take flight as Kara Zor-El; Peggy Carter goes to work and hails a cab in new promos and more.
Brian Michael Bendis revealed the first photo variant cover for the relaunched "Powers" series, featuring the leads of the superhero-crime series' adaptation.
The DC supervillain film wants Winfrey to lead Leto, Smith, Hardy and the rest; Firestorm preps for a painful reunion with Snow on "Flash" and more.
A new photo for the upcoming "Powers" television adaptation sees actress Michelle Forbes in full costume as Retro Girl.
"Powers" scribe Brian Michael Bendis discussed PlayStation Network's upcoming TV adaptation, concluding the comic's current volume and plans for the next.
Stars Eddie Izzard & Noah Taylor talk about their roles as Wolfe and Johnny Royalle on Playstation Network's upcoming live-action "Powers" series.
"Powers" co-creator Michael Avon Oeming and actor Susan Heyward spoke with CBR during New York Comic Con about the live-action TV series.
Marvel unveils first photos of Charlie Cox as Daredevil; Rocket runs through the rain in first footage from the upcoming Disney XD cartoon and more.
Following its reveal during the "Powers" panel at New York Comic Con, Sony's Playstation Network has released the show's first trailer online.
Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming's "Powers" is headed to TV, and the Sony series got a preview Saturday at New York Comic Con.
The incoming digital TV series shows off lead actors Susan Heyward and Sharlto Copley in the style of Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming's comic.
Check out the first glimpse of Sharlto Copley and Susan Heyward as duo Christian Walker and Deena Pilgrim in PlayStation Network's "Powers" television series.
Eddie Izzard, Noah Taylor and Olesya Rulin have joined PlayStation Network's live-action "Powers" adaptation in co-starring roles.
Susan Heyward, recently seen on "The Following," has been cast as co-lead Deena Pilgrim on the PlayStation Network's "Powers" TV show.
The director of "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" and several episodes of "Hannibal" will helm the first two installments of Sony's "Powers" TV show.
The long-awaited television adaptation of Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming's "Powers" will hit PlayStation Network this December.