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Darwyn Cooke, Gilbert Hernandez, Michael Allred, Holly Black, Lauren Beukes, Gail Simone and others launch new titles.
The U.S. retail bookstore giant announces plans to double size of its GN/Manga section in all 658 retail stores.
Charles Soule & Axel Alonso talk about Marvel's Inhuman titles.
Deadline is reporting plans for the next Batman standalone film.
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DC heads into outer space for a promised sci-fi-themed panel.
IDW to publish series pitting Capcom's STREET FIGHTER versus HASBRO's G.I. JOE.
Grant Morrison announces AVATAREX digital comic series with Jeevan J. Kang.
DC kicks off its Comic-Con with an "All Access" panel showcasing its comic book lines.
Andy Kubert and Klaus Janson to illustrate Frank Miller and Brian Azzarello's sequel to THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS.
Three notable actors of past DC and Marvel projects talk about wanting to return to the genre.
Comic book fans - would you like to let Ben Affleck know how you feel about him being cast as the DC Cinematic Universe’s Batman to his face?
Corporate synergy, superheroes and nudity - how could Marvel and sister-company ESPN go wrong?
DC Co-Publisher Dan Didio has released the first look at the revamped SUGAR & SPIKE.
IDW Publishing announces plans for a special STAR TREK #50 and a new miniseries, STAR TREK: STARFLEET ACADEMY.
Marvel & Disney reveal more about new Marvel figures coming to August's DISNEY INFINITY 3.0.
20th Century Fox has released new posters for FANTASTIC FOUR.
On CONAN Wednesday night, several notable celebrities participated in a sketch about auditioning to replace Hugh Jackman as Wolverine.
With Comic-Con here, we wonder about 10 of the big questions surrounding the DC movie-verse that Warner Bros. could answer.
SUPERGIRL Executive Producer Ali Adler reveals the details on Superman's appearances in his Kryptonian cousin's CBS series.
Ryan Reynolds talks about Deadpool appearing in other films, and new photos of his co-stars emerge.
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DC vs. Marvel on the big screen? Disney CEO Bob Iger dismisses Warner Bros. chances at beating them.
The Eternal Warrior and Armstrong visit their brother in a preview of IVAR, TIMEWALKER #7.