The cult favorite Blink returns to face off against Cyclops and his gang in a preview of AGE OF APOCALYPSE #2.
Two Paul Pope series move forward with live-action movie adaptations.
Batman joins with the Suicide Squad against Stagg Industries and Project: Meta.
Shawn Crystal talks about the upcoming villainous ILLUMINATI gang and his predilection towards criminal-focused comic books.
As well as BATGIRL #42 and DAREDEVIL #17.
Think comic books have crazy crossover? Check out Batman, Gandalf, Marty McFly and more in LEGO DIMENSIONS.
Gordon McAlpin talks about the 10 year anniversary of his movie theatre webcomic and a third print collection.
Chris Browning has been reportedly been cast as Reactron in CBS's Supergirl.
Matt Kindt dons scuba gear (for real) in search of inspiration for his next creator-owned series.
Dan Abnett and Luke Ross go back to Hercules' roots as "world's first superhero."
A brief mention of Linda Carter by DAREDEVIL showrunners reveals plans for her by Marvel Studios.
S.H.I.E.L.D. celebrates 50 Years of comic books with this first look.
Marguerite Sauvage opens up about her art-deco and WW2 period influences for DC COMICS BOMBSHELLS.
Additional comments from McAdams reveals her interest in adapting comics to film, including a DC work by Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean.
Contrary to earlier reports, THR now indicates that Channing Tatum has now signed a deal to play Gambit for 20th Century Fox.
The Wrap is reporting Chris Pine has closed a deal to play Steve Trevor opposite Gal Gadot in 2017's Wonder Woman.
Steven S. DeKnight isn't producing Daredevil season 2, but he was part of the process to bring Punisher to the show.
An advance look at three upcoming books from Dark Horse, Image and Valiant!
Also Gotham promotes Drew Powell to regular in season 2, and Flash season 1 gag reel hits the web.
IDW’s Ted Adams and Mark Torress brings Richard Matheson’s original sci-fi horror classic to comic books.
Newsarama sat down with Comic Blitz CEO Jordan Plosky to discuss Comic Blitz's plans for bringing an on-demand model to digital comics.
Garth Ennis delivers a gun-toting romance story with Mark Dos Santos.
Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos promises new Marvel content 'ideally every six months.'
A new FANTASTIC FOUR promo video has some possible ties to ANT-MAN and the MCU.