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Comic Book Legends Revealed: Why Did Wolverine Really Stab His Own Teammate?

This week's CBLR reveals why Wolverine really stabbed Rachel, plus Magneto's original fate in "X-Men vs. Avengers" and PAD's "Star Trek: TNG" novel.

Watch: Vin Diesel Brings His Daughter to "Fast 8" Set

The latest behind-the-scenes video for the Universal Pictures sequel features stars, cars, explosions... and Vin Diesel's daughter.

10 Times Superheroes Suffered Amnesia and Ended Up Better For It

The "Bourne" saga kicked off with a safety deposit box and a case of amnesia, but Jason Bourne isn't the only hero who has forgotten his past...

SDCC: "Anything Goes" With John Barrowman, Including the "Arrow" Fart Story

The "Arrow" and "Torchwood" veteran entertained a Comic-Con audience with his annual no-holds-barred panel.

Jaime & Gilbert Hernandez Celebrate "Love and Rockets" and Sibling Rivalry

Los Bros Hernandez joined Fantagraphics publisher Gary Groth at SDCC to talk about serialization, superheroes and spontaneity.

Hasbro Digs Into Transformers History for Some New Figures [SDCC 2016]

Marvel Legends and Star Wars Black Serie typically get all the headlines from Hasbro at San Diego Comic-Con, but that doesn't mean Transformers gets left out in the cold. In fact, this year, despite having a bit of smaller showing compared...Show More Summary

The Hunt For The Chaos Emeralds Continues In 'Sonic The Hedgehog' Volume 3 [Exclusive Preview]

The current Sonic The Hedgehog title by Ian Flynn, Aleah Baker and a host of amazing artists --- plus John Workman on letters! --- is one of the most fun all-ages titles on the stands right now and Archie has provided us with an exclusive...Show More Summary

It's Double Trouble In 'Unbeatable Squirrel Girl Beats Up The Marvel Universe' [Preview]

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl has defeated every foe the Marvel Universe has to offer, but her new original graphic novel asks the question, could she beat herself? This year's The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl Beats Up The Marvel Universe...Show More Summary

QMx Loads Up on Star Trek, Starships and Itty Bitty Superheroes [SDCC 2016]

Quantum Mechanix, more succinctly known as QMx, has been in the miniaturized replica game for a while, but has only recently started dabbling in the realm of sixth-scale figures. The Star Trek figures for Kirk and Spock were nice surprises...Show More Summary

'Thor: Ragnarok' Photos Show Off Detective Thor's Doodles and Valkyrie's Sword

Marvel really delivered the goods at Comic-Con last weekend, and while the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 footage got everyone in Hall H pretty pumped, nothing was as awesome as the short film Taika Waititi made for Thor: Ragnarok. Although...Show More Summary

MATT DAMON vs. Giant Monsters In THE GREAT WALL Trailer

HOUSE OF FLYING DAGGERS director brings in Matt Damon to protect China.

First Look: SQUIRREL GIRL Meets Evil Clone In New Second Title

Spinning out of the ongoing series, Squirrel Girl's second story - and first clone - take flight.

SIENKIEWICZ Calls Out FOX For Failing To Credit Him For DAZZLER Promo

20th Century Fox used a piece of classic Bill Sienkeiwicz art to promote X-MEN: APOCALYPSE, but failed to credit him for his work.

Comic Book Legends Revealed #586

In this week's CBLR, why did Wolverine REALLY stab his own teammate, Rachel? Was Magneto originally going to die in the first X-Men vs. Avengers mini-series? Was Peter David's first Star Trek: The Next Generation novel originally a story for the Star Trek comic book series?

The Marvel Universe is Beaten in North & Henderson's "Squirrel Girl" OGN Preview

After beating the baddest bad guys around, Doreen Green gets her first original graphic novel from Ryan North & Erica Henderson this October.

Rogues' Gallery: Who Is The Avengers' Greatest Enemy? [Poll]

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

Ask Chris #300: The Undisputed High Point Of The Silver Age

Q: What is your high water mark for DC's Silver Age? Mine is the publication of Atom #1 in 1961. --- @batmite1 A: When you get right down to it, it's pretty difficult to separate the Silver Age from the Superman. Even when Batman was...Show More Summary

Robert McGinnis Paints New Retro Covers For Neil Gaiman's Novels, Starting With 'American Gods'

Neil Gaiman has announced on his blog that Harper Collins is releasing new paperback editions of his novels featuring retro-style covers painted by legendary artist Robert E. McGinnis. The first of these is American Gods, which is already available for pre-order on Amazon.com. Continue reading…

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