"Josie and the Pussycats" returns to comics, Gerard Way launches "Doom Patrol," Tarzan visits the Planet of the Apes and more must reads.
The collectibles company continues the buildup to Comic-Con with Deadpool and Gorilla Grodd Pop! figures, and a Rock Candy Catwoman.
Ryan Ferrier and Valentin Ramon show the lighter side of Satan in the latest installment of IDW's "Hot Damn."
Violett Beane confirms she'll race back into "The Flash's" Season 3, and Sony may be developing a Spider-verse film featuring Silver Sable.
The writer's operatives have hidden special copies of "Jupiter's Legacy Vol. 2" #1 in cities across the globe. Several remain to be found.
Ryan Reynolds' Merc With a Mouth delivers a post-credits scene, complete with digs at Fox and Wolverine.
You don't need the power of the Norse gods, just some basic materials, a decent workshop and these step-by-step instructions.
Comic book characters forced (or choosing) to leave their homes, friends, teams, planets and more are the name of the game this week.
The acclaimed animator says an idea came to him while he was working on "Samurai Jack," drawing him back to the Sony franchise.
We know the Man of Steel will return in DC's "Justice League" movie, and we looked at the comics and earlier movies to see how that could happen.
The galaxy's best buds join Hot Toys' line of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" collectible figures.
CSBG has an archive of comic book plots that should be forgotten, like when Ollie cheated on Black Canary and then blamed the woman he slept with.
Ahead of the start of principal photography on July 4, we get a peek at construction of the Australian set of the Marvel Studios sequel.
"Dark Jem" comes to a conclusion in the latest "Jem and the Holograms" offering from the fan-favorite creative team of Kelly Thompson and Sophie Campbell.
The Oscar winner promises the Warner Bros. film will be "something different than the other movies in the genre."
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In their latest look at comic stories that they wish they could forget, CSBG looks at the time Green Arrow cheated on Black Canary and then blamed the woman he slept with