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Windblade and Starscream don't quite see eye-to-eye, do they?
Check out a preview of THIS DAMNED BAND #3 from Dark Horse.
Cobra targets Washington D.C. in the newest issue of Larry Hama's long-running series.
Breakout actor Robin Lord Taylor talks about his growing role of Oswald Cobblepot in the new season of GOTHAM.
Female creators dominate the annual awards.
The women of ARROW season 3 show off their fighting prowess in a new supercut of scenes from ARROW season 3.
Longtime Marvel Studios producer Victoria Alonso has been promoted to Marvel's Head of Physical Production.
BATMAN v SUPERMAN director Zack Snyder says his new film is a direct sequel to MAN OF STEEL despite other quotes to the contrary.
Check out a clip from AGE OF ULTRON ahead of its DVD release.
Cullen Bunn and Drew Moss deliver some hillbilly horror in new series at Oni Press.
Actor Ryan Reynolds says that now is the right time for a DEADPOOL movie that will defy the usual superhero trends.
ANT-MAN has surpassed CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST AVENGER in domestic earnings.
The actor best known for playing Jimmy Olsen in ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN died Sunday.
DC co-publishers Jim Lee and Dan Didio announce the newly launched series is off the chopping block.
Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch seem to be able to live in both cinematic worlds at 20th Century Fox and Marvel Studios. We look at other characters ...
CBS has released a first look at actor Iddo Goldberg (Salem) as Dr. T.O. Morrow (AKA Red Tornado) from an upcoming episode of CBS’ Supergirl.
No one will beat Stan Lee as far as cameoes go, but here's ten superhero two-timers (and three-timers!) from film and TV.
Long-time Spidey artist Giuseppe Camuncoli talks about Peter's new job, his new bodyguards, and his same-old Parker luck.
This "ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT meets THE PRINCESS BRIDE" story meets readers September 23.
The Zoom crew take on Central City, with the Flash and Wally West inbetween them and victory.
A new GOTHAM teaser introduces a new hashtag for its "rise of the villains."
The company behind GRAND THEFT AUTO jumps into comics with an expansion of the classic zombie film.
A new batch of AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. promo images show off the new looks for Coulson, Daisy Johnson, and more.
Dustin Nguyen and Derek Fridolfs create three volumes of middle school versions of DC's top three heroes.