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Here's an exclusive preview of next week's AMAZING X-MEN #13.
"You're going to need a bigger leash"? Marvel's meta-merc is latest character to get a prose novel.
Miguel, steampunk Lady Spider, and the six-armed Spider-Man are on on the run from Inheritors back in the year 2099 in this exclusive preview.
Two big stars didn't say anything at all about two big 2016 superhero movies. Film at 11.
Take a look at images from "Flash Vs. Arrow," the first crossover episode of the two hit CW series.
The artist talks about reuniting with Grant Morrison for the latest issue of THE MULTIVERSITY and have Dave Gibbons influenced his work.
Plus ARROW's Stephen Amell criticizes how the press shaped his critical remarks about Warner Bros. DC movie announcement, and CANARY & ARSENAL in t...
Thanos to save the universe? What could possibly go wrong? We talk to Jim Starlin about his latest Thanos saga.
We are still convinced that the Inhumans will debut on ABC's series - here's our newest evidence.
Take a look at some of this week's biggest releases in our day-of column.
Deadline says Marvel Studios is lining up four actresses to test for the lead role in the next Netflix series to follow Daredevil.
Created for a licensed Marvel webcomic in Korea, the heroine – White Fox – is based on Korean mythology.
George Marston takes a look back at the entire run of Wonder Woman from the first three years of the New 52 at DC Comics.
Seth Robison has watched the documentary about the uncovering of ET, and we have his review.
Ronan The Accuser breaks it down and uses the power of dance to and not the Infinity Power Stone to defeat the Guardians of the Galaxy.
We talk to some of the folks on the front line of comics book sales what they think of Marvel and DC's like-minded 2015 events.
Fans will have to wait until at least the fall of 2015 or later to see Harley Quinn in GOTHAM, but the pre-Dick Flying Graysons will be appear.
We roundup the Hollywood news with some possible new mutants, what's coming before the break for SHIELD and ARROW and much more.
Casey's Image series that seemed to be a riff on the SPIDER-MAN trope was kind of a bait-and-switch. The writer explains what it was REALLY about.
Wu compares her work on the critical darling series to Nicki Minaj, and opines for Dog Cops series at Marvel, in this Hawkeye exit interview.