Zachary Quinto's Spock and Anton Yelchin's Chekov stand front and center in the latest character posters for "Star Trek Beyond."
The "Captain America: Civil War" star addressed the controversial conclusion to Nick Spencer and Jesus Saiz's "Captain America: Steve Rogers" #1.
The latest poster for Paramount Pictures' "Star Trek Beyond" beams up Kirk, Uhura, Spock, Scotty and newcomer Jaylah.
Bill Pullman's Thomas Whitmore and Brent Spiner's Dr. Okun enjoy a brief reunion in a new scene from the upcoming sequel.
The Line pays tribute to the late, great Darwyn Cooke!
As the character gets set for her "X-Men: Apocalypse" debut, CSBG revisits whether Psylocke was only supposed to temporarily turn Asian.
Jan Duursema and John Ostrander talk about their new science-fiction graphic novel, Hexer Dusk.
Get up close and personal with the Joker's gun and shaving kit, Harley Quinn's mallet and Captain Boomerang's... boomerangs.
To commemorate the third anniversary of "Injustice: Gods Among Us," Samsung will release the Batman-themed Galaxy S7 Edge Injustice Edition.
A keen-eyed fan noticed a surprising similarity between scenes from "Deadpool" and the 2006 "X-Men" film.
Check out an extended look at the first issue of Ed Brubaker, Sean Phillips & Elizabeth BreitWeiser's violent new Image Comics title.
THE GOOD NEWS: “X-Men: Apocalypse,” despite the early negative word, will not bring about the fall of the “X-Men” movie franchise. In recent months, we’ve seen “Batman v Superman” disappoint audiences and “Captain America: Civil War” wow them. Now, the middling “X-Men: Apocalypse” (officially opening Friday) is just good enough to keep things going for […]
A new TV spot not only reveals the return of an X-Men enemy, but confirms rumors of a major plot development.
Marc Guggenheim tells CBR how "The Coulson Protocols" and "Avengers: Standoff" set his team up up for a fall in the coming "Civil War II" conflict.
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A hero is defined by their villains, and the world of superhero comic books is filled with some of the scariest and silliest bad guys around. Rogues' Gallery aims to settle the score and determine who is the true arch-nemesis for some...Show More Summary
I’ve had computer issues for the last day and a half. Nothing major, but I needed a part, thought I ordered it from a place that would deliver in two hours, and, after my order was processed, I found out it would be two days, not two hours. So this is late to my editor. […]
I keep forgetting to post a link to this article, and people forget to send it to me. I'm not sure I stray far outside the limits of conventional wisdom here. It's a dumb thing that word is held in copyright, and that article sure reads like Marvel and DC know that their hold on that word might not stand up in court if tested outright.