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20th Century Fox has released hi-res versions of photos that first appeared in ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY.
CBS has released a poster for the upcoming SUPERGIRL television series.
As well as E IS FOR EXTINCTION #2, WE ARE ROBIN #2, STAR-LORD AND KITTY PRYDE #1, and PREZ #2.
SyFY has acquired the rights to Beau Smith & Joyce Chin's WYNONNA EARP series.
A new promo for Disney XD's upcoming Guardians Of The Galaxy animated series has hit the web along with posters for three of Marvel's animated series on Disney XD.
In a recent interview, Gal Gadot spoke about her inspirational aspirations for her performance as Wonder Woman.
DC Comics is suing a clothing company for selling shirts with logos that infringe on Superman's emblem.
Bill Willingham and Mark Buckingham dive into the 150 page OGN-length finale to their long-running Vertigo series FABLES.
Arrow has reportedly been cast Jimmy Akingbola as the villainous Baron Reiter for season 4.
DC Co-Publisher Dan DiDio talks about how the new DC Multiverse works, Grant Morrison's new projects, and a return of 'Elseworlds' of sorts.
G.I. JOE scribe Karen Traviss has DC's Diana Prince interceding in a war amongst fellow gods in this week's SENSATION COMICS FEATURING WONDER WOMAN.
A new trailer for the upcoming James Bond film SPECTRE
The SHIELD alum reportedly goes back on patrol as a police captain for GCPD.
Nathan Edmondson and Mitch Gerads look back on their PUNISHER run, which saw Frank Castle connected to the Marvel Universe and moved to the west coast.
An advance look at three upcoming #1s.
The answer might surprise you.
Also a new clip featuring profiles of the main cast of Fantastic Four have hit the web.
Hawkins & Raff Ienco mix science fiction with social commentary (and a little bit of romance) in SYMMETRY.
Where will Evangeline Lilly's character will show up next?
Dynamite talks about its deal with Atari for line of projects including art books, reprints and new titles.