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Marvel has released a new poster for AGENT CARTER's second season, and Fox recasts a major role in the upcoming LUCIFER series.
Newsarama has the exclusive first look at Tradd Moore's variant cover to WEIRDWORLD #3.
Fox has released a trailer for the upcoming release of X-Men: Days Of Future Past's "Rogue Cut" special edition.
The writer/artist announces his departure from DETECTIVE COMICS for outside endeavors.
The Fox takes on a new foe in this exclusive preview of The Fox #4.
Bruce Campbell is reprising his role as the zombie killer Ash, and EW has the first on-set photo.
After having it scanned and leaked to the Internet, Marvel Comics has officially released their All-New, All-Different Marvel Preview book.
X-MEN: APOCALYPSE director Bryan Singer talks about showing off something new at Comic-Con International: San Diego, and Jeff Smith RASL optioned for TV.
Two parties, over a dozen signings, and more for this comic creator non-profit.
A digital security firm released a report on which popular superhero yielded the most malware online when searched.
Although Scott Lang is the Ant-Man in the 2016 movie, director Peyton Reed says "there's a lot of story" for a Hank Pym prequel he'd like to do.
Sony & Marvel Studios are looking for a new villain for its SPIDER-MAN movie reboot. Let's hope they don't choose one of these.
A group of villains gets recruited to chase down someone even more evil in SECRET WARS' RED SKULL.
Writer J.M. DeMatteis introduces readers to the new series based on the animated film.
As well as advance reivews of THE WICKED + THE DIVINE #12, TRANSFERENCE #1, THE SPIRE #1 and BARB WIRE #1.
BOOM! Studios acquires the comic book license for MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGERS ahead of movie reboot.
It's been five years since the Walt Disney Company bought Marvel. Did they get their money's worth?
See what's ahead for Marvel post-SECRET WARS as it relaunches all of its titles for a new era.
TERMINATOR: GENISYS director Alan Taylor calls working with Marvel Studios "particularly wrenching."
The husband-and-wife half-dead paranormal investigators return to solve a crime of their own doing.