Deadline says Marvel Studios is lining up four actresses to test for the lead role in the next Netflix series to follow Daredevil.
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.
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.
Crossovers and series ending highlight the Marvel February Solicitations - see what else is newsworthy here.
Take an early look at three books to see which is worth your attention this week!
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The new Wonder Woman writer talks about following Azzarello & Chiang, Diana being a character in transition, and her future in the New 52.
Take an exclusive look at the next Afterlife with Archie Magazine, which is more than just a reprint of the ongoing series.
See what Valiant has in store early next year right here, first.
French photographer Sacha Goldberger has created a series of photos of iconic genre reimagined as the subjects of 16th century portraits of the Fle...
BOOM!'s newest series is a sci-fi prison story. We talk exclusively with Ed Brisson and Damian Couciero about the new series.
The artist of the forthcoming CHRONONAUTS pulls back the curtain on his collaboration with the INTERSTELLAR director on a comic for WIRED.
This OTHER long-running sitcom star could've been Star-Lord is not for Chris Pratt, plus two deleted scenes from the film.
Michael Shelling started this month as DC's new Burbank-based Director, Publicity (publishing).