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"Lone Wolf and Cub" creator Kazuo Koike visits with CBR TV at SDCC 2013 to discuss the book's enduring legacy, his love of American television and more!
A variety of announcements this week showed off new "Game of Thrones" figures, an Adam West Batman bust and a new "Amazing Spider-Man" figure!
Stars Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles, and the cast and producers "Supernatural" entertained fans at Comic-Con International with teasers for Season 9, slapstick antics and stories of guns and the Impala.
"Supernatural" writers Adam Glass, Daniel Loflin, Andrew Dabb, Robbie Thompson and Jenny Klein discuss the current current season of the long-running drama, and what lies ahead for Sam and Dean Winchester.
The CW has announced early renewals for its breakout drama "Arrow," based on the DC Comics character, and veteran series "The Vampire Diaries" and "Supernatural."
Mark Pedowitz took the stage at the Television Critics Association winter press tour to offer updates on a potential Wonder Woman show, a now-dead "Battle Royale" adaptation, a "Vampire Diaries" spinoff and more.
"The Tick" creator Ben Edlund spoke with CBR TV at about the early success with the nigh-invulnerable one and teased his possible return to comics with a new project.
The CW's "Arrow" debuted Wednesday to the highest ratings a show has achieved for the network in three years while helping "Supernatural" to its best number in the past two seasons.
With the eighth season of "Supernatural" premiering tonight, executive producers Jeremy Carver and Robert Singer discuss what to expect as the Winchester brothers reunite and set out on a new mission to close the Gates of Hell.
Writer Adam Glass spoke with CBR TV about his work on DC Comics' "Suicide Squad," developing the back story of Amanda Waller in SS and writer Justin Jordan's "Team 7" and next season's "Supernatural" developments.
Ben Edlund, creator of "The Tick" and current "Supernatural" writer, spent a wacky 60 minutes getting into his 20-year TV career with cohorts Shadoe Stevens, Doc Hammer & Jackson Publick.
Adam Glass spoke with CBR TV about writing the CW's "Supernatural" and DC Comics' "Suicide Squad," the fan reactions and personal threats he's received over the New 52 take on Harley Quinn and much more.
"Supernatural" writer/producer Adam Glass spoke with CBR about writing the framing story for this spring's "JLA 80-Page Giant," his longtime love of the DCU, taking on the Legion of Doom in "Flashpoint" and more.
The cast and crew of The CW's long-running hit series "Supernatural" took to the stage during PaleyFest to discuss the show's past and present while dropping hints about its future. SPINOFF has a full report.
With "Supernatural" making its midseason return tonight, SPINOFF spoke with co-executive producer Adam Glass about writing for the show, what fans can expect from the final 11 episodes of the season and more.
The CW has pushed back tonight’s planned mid-season premieres of "Smallville" and "Supernatural" so the network can air encores of "The Vampire Diaries" and "Nikita." SPINOFF has the details.
"Supernatural" star Misha Collins spoke with CBR TV about his use of Twitter to interact with fans, his role as Castiel on the hit horror series, the character's growth over the course of the series and much more.
During the panel at Comic-Con International for The CW's "Supernatural," the cast and producers talked about the apocalypse-averting season finale, and the significant change in direction that lies ahead.
Madhouse, the acclaimed anime studio behind "Death Note," "Paprika" and segments of "Batman: Gotham Knight," is producing 22 episodes that cover the first two seasons of the live-action CW series "Supernatural."
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Cast and crew of the popular CW series "Supernatural" were on hand at Comic- Con International to talk about season four, Dean going to Hell and back, and to show the first five minutes of the new season.