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Tom Holland Wants Captain America In "Spider-Man: Homecoming"

The new Spider-Man actor reveals how his take on the wall-crawler in "Captain America: Civil War" differs from ones we've seen before.

"LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures" Targets June Premiere

The new action comedy series, set between the event of "The Empire Strikes Back" and "Return of the Jedi," arrives in June on Disney XD.

Original "Ghostbusters" Heads Back to Theaters

In anticipation of the premiere of the franchise reboot, the original "Ghostbusters" will return to theaters this summer for a very limited time.

Ryan Reynolds Pays Tribute To Deadpool's Biggest Fan

In a touching open letter, Reynolds celebrates the life of Connor McGrath, who he met through the Make-A-Wish foundation.

"Captain America: Civil War" Posters Offer New View of Cap, Iron Man Conflict

The battle lines are drawn from a different perspective in a pair of new banners promoting the Marvel Studios film.

When Did Batman and Catwoman First Kiss?

CSBG has the answer to the reader-submitted question of when Batman and Catwoman shared their first kiss!

John Lewis' "March" Optioned For Animated Series

The critically acclaimed graphic memoir by the U.S. Congressman, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell will make the jump to television.

Netflix Orders "Punisher" Spinoff Series Starring Jon Bernthal

Bernthal will reprise his role as Frank Castle in the new series, and "Hannibal's" Steve Lightfoot will serve as showrunner.

Ryan Reynolds Talks "Deadpool's" 11-Year Path to Becoming an Overnight Sensation

The actor fought hard and endured physical hardships to bring his ideal superhero to the big screen the way he knew it would work.

'Ghostbusters II' Board Game Adds Cartoon Ghostbusters With A New Expansion Pack

Back when the sequel to last year's Ghostbusters board game was announced, the first big question that came to mind for me was "what's left to add?" The success of the initial Kickstarter campaign meant that the first one was full of add-ons, adding a roster of new characters and adversaries. Show More Summary

Martha Thomases: The Same Old Same Old

This has been a week of heart-breaking news, at least for me. No, nobody I know died (at least as of my deadline), but I hate all the stories coming out of DC Entertainment. No more Shelly Bond? Are they crazy? And Eddie Berganza? I remember meeting his cute kids. What the hell happened? And […]

Tweeks WonderCon 2016 Adventures

This year WonderCon was in L.A. for the first time. While we are fans of the Anaheim Conventions Center (and not just because they have the best ice cream), it was kind of exciting to try a new convention center out. It wasn’t bad, just a little confusing (as you’ll see in the video, we […]

Friday sadness

Support this week's full-text RSS feed by buying Marbles: Mania, Depression, Michelangelo, and Me I've been a fan of cartoonist Ellen Forney for years, and Marbles: Mania, Depression, Michelangelo, and Me: A Graphic Memoir is a tour de force graphic memoir about mental illness. Show More Summary

Assembled, Zipped, Transferred And Downloaded: News From Digital

By Tom Spurgeon I was happy to witness the speed with which the Skin Horse comic met its initial goal. There's still something about a webcomic reaching out to its readership for support and receiving it that's fundamentally appealing...Show More Summary

Forthcoming Comics-Related Events, Through May 2016

April 30 If I Were In Indiana, I'd Go To This (Indiana Comic Con) If I Were In Chicago, I'd Go To This (Chicago Zine Fest) May 1 If I Were In Indiana, I'd Go To This (Indiana Comic Con) May 3 If I Were In Winnipeg, I'd Go To This May...Show More Summary

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