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The casting for an upcoming episode hints at a pair of DC characters making debuts, including a Joe Simon/Jack Kirby creation.
Alex Zalben examines where publishers need to adjust the kinds of stories being told -- and when -- to keep movie and TV fans from ignoring comics.
A DC Comics Easter egg fans have been waiting for arrived during Kara's visit to Superman's Fortress of Solitude, and the implications are huge.
A jam-packed episode fits in a trip to a certain fortress between the secrets, lies, tough conversations, and evil blonde computer faces.
Laura Vandervoort's villainous character takes physical form for the first time in a new scene from this week's episode of "Supergirl."
Funko's new wave of DC Comics Pop! vinyl figures will feature Power Girl, Supergirl, Cyborg, Firestorm and Black Manta.
Lexi Alexander directs a bulky but nevertheless thought-provoking episode--one with a few good knock-down, drag-out fight scenes, of course
Jeff Branson tells CBR about delivering Master Jailer's extreme brand of justice on "Supergirl" -- and his impressive array of weapons.
A pair of new clips from the next episode of "Supergirl" hint at the identity of the show's new, mysterious villain.
Italia Ricci discussed Silver Banshee's cursed origin with CBR News, and the fun she's having wreaking havoc at CatCo.
Former Supergirl Laura Vandervoort discusses what makes Indigo such a badass on CBS' "Supergirl," and her desire to take on Tom Welling.
Kara is forced to deal with a super-powered murderer when Master Jailer takes up residency in National City.
In a preview of this weekend's Toy Fair, Funko reveals a first look at its "Suicide Squad," Spider-Gwen and "Ghostbusters" Pop! vinyl figures.
Silver Banshee's alter ego crashes into Kara Danvers' CatCo spotlight in new photos from the Lexi Alexander-directed episode.
Tonight's episode of "The Flash" featured several familiar DC faces, and redefined Arrowverse continuity as we know it.
This week's episode of "The Flash" featured a speedy cameo from another major DC hero.
The Black Mercy comes to creepy life, Alex Danvers saves the day and "Supergirl" loses a major player in three clips from last night's episode.
An over-stuffed episode of "Supergirl" tackles a classic "Superman" tale, adds a few more stories, and throws in a major death for good measure.
CBS has released the first trailer for "Supergirl's" adaptation of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' classic Superman tale.
An oddly subdued episode pits Supergirl against Supergirl, but Kara's worst enemy is still herself -- that is, if you don't count Maxwell Lord.
CBS has released the first look at "For The Girl Who Has Everything," adapted from Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' classic Superman tale.
Last night's episode saw Jimmy summon Supergirl to an emergency with a classic DC Comics' Silver Age device.
J'onn J'onzz recounts his family's fate, and then faces his greatest challenge in his final battle with the White Martian.
Racism, genocide, regrets, revenge, work-life balance, flirting, and the value of click-bait: is there anything "Supergirl" didn't cover tonight?
David Harewood discusses J'onn Jonzz's history and bringing the character's comic weakness to TV with CBR, and teases the arrival of another alien.
Glen Winter tells CBR News, next week's J'onn J'onzz-centric episode features an emotional, nuanced performance and amazing action.
The writer tells CBR about his return to "Supergirl" with a new comic based on the CBS series influenced by "Hush" and Hayao Miyazaki films.
Winslow "Winn" Schott Jr. spends quality time with Winslow "Insane Criminal" Schott Sr. in a tense hour that's light on action and heavy on angst.
"Supergirl" star Jeremy Jordan spoke with CBR News about Winn Schott's dark heritage, the Toyman's arrival, and James Olsen bromance.
The star of CBS' superhero TV sensation offers a view into her world since the show's debut and a glimpse of future storylines.
"Supergirl's" latest super villain pays homage to his comic book roots with a special message for his son - who happens to be Kara's best friend.
Writer Sterling Gates and artist Cat Staggs share the first look at the digital-first tie-in to the CBS superhero drama
Though he's dismissed the potential meeting in the past, the EP now says there's a possibility the heroes could meet this season.
The CBS superhero drama continues to borrow pages from its DC Comics source material.
In the mid-season premiere, Kara finds herself surrounded by rotten guys, political undertones, one awesome sister and a very nosy Cat.
As the superhero show enters the back-half of its freshman season, the cast and EP tell CBR it will continue to explore the different aspects of family.
J'onn J'onzz attempts to discover Astra's plan, while Kara deals with Cat Grant's secret Identity theory and Max Lord's xenophobia.
The quick, 20-second teaser manages to pack in a lot of big moments from the show's 2016 debut episode.
Kara's family drama get further entangled when "Supergirl" returns to CBS in January.
Showrunner Andrew Kreisberg lets slip the possible appearance of an iconic villain during a podcast discussion with Kevin Smith.