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Comic Book Legends Revealed: The Inspiring Origin of "Peanuts'" Franklin

As Black History Month comes to an end, learn the inspiring story of the first African-American character in "Peanuts." Plus, a "Spider-Man Unlimited" legend!

"Star Trek" Legend Leonard Nimoy Passes Away

The beloved actor, who originated the role of Spock on the classic sci-fi drama, died this morning in his Los Angeles home. He was 83.

Jackson Reveals Fury, Thor, Black Widow "Avengers: Age Of Ultron" Posters

Samuel L. Jackson has revealed three additional character posters that show Earth's Mightiest Heroes in the moments before battle.

Tom Ellis Nabs "Lucifer" Pilot Lead Role

Fox's DC/Vertigo-based pilot "Lucifer" has its star: Tom Ellis, who recently starred in the lead role of USA's "Rush."

Writers Talk "Combiner Wars" Event, Transformers Gender Identity & More

Maighread Scott and John Barber explain the insane ambitions of Cybertron's dark lord Starscream, and why Transformers are "inherently male and female."

Neill Blomkamp Clarifies He’s Not Aiming to "Undo" "Alien 3," "Alien: Resurrection"

The “Chappie” director says it’s simply a matter of the first two films in the franchise being his favorites.

REVIEW: Cloonan, Fletcher and Kerschl's "Gotham Academy" #5 is "Inventive"

Cloonan, Fletcher and Kerschl's "Gotham Academy" #5 "is the sort of strong, inventive, fun series that the big publishers should be backing."

"Star Wars Rebels" Season Finale Trailer Asks, "Who Will Fall?"

It’s the Ghost crew versus an Imperial Star Destroyer, and Kanan and Ezra versus The Inquisitor in the tense trailer for "Fire Across the Galaxy."

REVIEW: Robinson and Kirk's "Fantastic Four" #643 is "Chock Full of Amazing Concepts"

"James Robinson and Leonard Kirk continue to weave one of the most well-planned and masterfully executed Fantastic Four stories in recent memory with 'Fantastic Four' #643."

CBS' "Supergirl" Casts Kara's Sister and Prominent DC Comics Villain

Chyler Leigh and David Harewood are the latest additions to Greg Berlanti and Ali Adler's in-development "Supergrl" series.

Rachel & Miles Explain "Rachel & Miles X-Plain The X-Men"

Rachel Edidin and Miles Stokes reveal the uncanny origin of their podcast devoted to the weird and complicated history of their favorite superhero soap opera.

Marvel Embraces New York Roots In NYC-Themed Variants

Alex Maleev, Mike Perkins, Matthieu Forichon and Mico Suayan's covers show Daredevil, Ant-Man, Hulk and S.H.I.E.L.D. taking a bit out of the Big Apple.

Catwoman's Bisexuality Confirmed by Genevieve Valentine

To series writer Genevieve Valentine, Catwoman's bisexuality "wasn't a revelation so much as a confirmation."

Netflix's "Daredevil" Flashes A Stylish New Teaser

Charlie Cox dons Matt Murdock's signature shades in a 12-second "motion poster" for the upcoming series.

Superheroes Reimagined with Realistic Body Types

Responding to a familiar comic book criticism, has "reverse Photoshopped" comic covers to give superheroes average American body types.

POLL: Do You Want Peter Parker or Miles Morales To Join the Marvel Cinematic U?

When Spidey returns to the big screen as part of the MCU, would you prefer Peter Parker or Miles Morales to be under the mask?

Archie's Sonic & Mega Man Crossover Expands to "Street Fighter" and More

Archie's latest Sonic and Mega Man story is a full-fledged Sega and Capcom crossover, encompassing "Street Fighter," "Golden Axe" and more.

Marvel's "Agents of SHIELD" Celebrates Return With New Posters

Gabriele Dell'Otto brings Skye's powers to life in a new poster marking the ABC series' new Inhuman path.

"Teen Titans Go!" Producer Revels in Stupidity of "Young Justice" Crossover

Executive Producer Michael Jelenic explains how deadline crunches and Internet hate led to a completely stupid DC crossover that's actually "Serious Business."

Did the Phoenix Nearly Rise in "Uncanny X-Men" in 1998?

In their latest spotlight on unresolved stories, CSBG looks at Steve Seagle's interrupted plans for Jean Grey and the Phoenix in the late 1990s.

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