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The 90s may get a bit of a bad rap sometimes, but we have ten great moments from that comic book era.
Warner Bros is going to a different sort of superhero for their Summer 2015 tentpole, and have the debut trailer here.
Is Constantine going away? Not anytime soon, Daniel Cerone says, as long as things go exactly the way they're going now.
Paul Renaud was a young French kid loving American Comics - and now he's drawing them for Marvel Comics.
Take a look at the first of three new trailers debuting in the course of the next two weeks for Batman: Arkham Knight.
The latest in our look at the best comic book villains, we rank those who have tormented Marvel's mutants over the years
Warners has reportedly hired a GAME OF THRONES and THE WALKING DEAD vet to "develop and direct" the 2017 WONDER WOMAN feature, and yes, it's a she.
Take a final look back at last week's new comics with the Best Shots crew.
Frank Grillo will suit up as the villain Crossbones in the next Cap 'solo' movie.
A look at two of DC Comics biggest releases this week.
Plus "an Avenger will make an appalling choice" and "An old foe must claim the mantle of his greatest enemy."
The main villain role in X-MEN: APOCALYPSE has been cast, and its a actor who'll also be featured in next year's EPISODE VII.
J.J. Abrams is teasing a trailer with... a hand-written note? Albeit posted to twitter, but still - here it is inside.
Find out all the secrets (with none of the spoilers) about the big crossover, and the mid-season finale villains you'll be excited to see.
The SEX CRIMINALS creator talks about the upcoming HOWARD THE DUCK series with Joe Quinones.
We round up the news of the weekend with new trailers and some Constantine limitations.
Put on your grain of salt hat, turn on your speculation engines, and get ready for some fun.
Home video is a key to this financial showdown, and guess who has the advantage there?
Kevin Feige kind of said "no" once. But the evidence is piling up that that's exactly what they'll be.
Artist Roc Upchurch will no longer be on Image Comics' hit series after an arrest, the writer and co-creator Kurtis Wiebe says.