"Cage" showrunner Cheo Hodari Coker and head of Marvel TV Jeph Loeb discuss the purpose of the team-up "Defenders" series.
Everyone loves trivia about their favorite animated features and series, but with over 100 years of animation history behind us right now, there’s always some new obscure fact to learn. That’s why ComicsAlliance is going deep into the minutiae of your favorite names in cartoons in this continuing video series. Show More Summary
In recent years, studios have begun putting their special Comic-Con teasers and sizzle reels online in an effort to combat piracy — although the footage is meant to be a Comic-Con exclusive, they’d rather let the fans at home see it the way it was intended instead of watching a blurry, shaky version that someone recorded on a cell phone. Show More Summary
Move over, Jason Bourne! In Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting's "Velvet" #15, Velvet Templeton proves why she's the best in the spy game.
Preview this week's issue of "Archie" that sees Riverdale divided into two distinct camps: Team Archie and Team Betty.
Valiant's Faith has been the superhero hit of 2016, so much so that the character was bumped up to an ongoing series before her mini had even finished. As the adventures of Faith continue, the real threats that come along with the life...Show More Summary
Two surprising outsiders invade Marvel Insider.
If there's one thing we can count on at San Diego Comic-Con, it's getting an update on the next batch of characters to be immortalized by Hasbro in the Marvel Legends action figure line. Still kicking strong after all these years, the...Show More Summary
From "Luke Cage" to "Legion" and "The Walking Dead" to "Wonder Woman," we count down the 14 best TV and film trailers from Comic-Con.
Ever since I first saw Pizzazz, Roxy, and Stormer enter this world by literally crashing through a wall on motorcycles shaped like guitars, I knew they were destined for bigger things. Sure, they're a little villainous, and they're definitely...Show More Summary
DC Animation guru Bruce Timm discusses the controversial Batman/Batgirl romance in the R-rated "Killing Joke" animated adaptation.
Earlier this month, Warner Bros. was reportedly eyeing a few actresses for the female lead in The Flash solo movie from director Rick Famuyiwa. The shortlist included pop star Rita Ora, Sing Street breakout Lucy Boynton and, perhaps most interesting of all, Kiersey Clemons — who previously appeared in Famuyiwa’s indie hit Dope. Show More Summary
The LAW & ORDER and 24 actor revealed as part of the movie.
Since it was announced, we've been keeping a close eye on Riverdale, the CW's updated take on Archie comics. Different from the modernization of the characters over in the main series from creators like Mark Waid, Fiona Staples, Chip...Show More Summary
Clemons will reunite with "Dope" director Rick Famuyiwa to play Iris West in the upcoming Ezra Miller-led "Flash" film.
Assassin's Creed has proved to be a very dependable franchise for Titan Comics, and as announced at San Diego Comic Con this past weekend, the publisher will be adding another title to its growing slate of comics based on the Ubisoft video game franchise. Show More Summary
Three confirmations, while one mystery remains.
The issue by Jason Aaron and Jorge Molina reveals the deadly commandos that comprise the elite Task Force 99.