Gotham's first season has officially kicked off, and they're teasing more elements from the comics than ever in a new trailer.
We look at how outside adaptations honed the heroes of the DCU.
Are you ready for Marvel's Shopping Carts? Or even Marvel's Star Wars? According to SNL, they can make anything a hit.
The world of DC Comics coming to TV could get bigger pretty quickly, if comments from Geoff Johns and Mark Pedowitz are taken to heart.
The Y: The Last Man movie adaptation has officially gone to the pile of unproduced projects - so what would it have been, anyway?
No, not "rough" cut. A "Rogue" cut, featuring scenes starring the popular X-Man that didn't make the final edit.
The Marvel-Disney winning streak is put on the line again in November with the loose animated adaptation.
Gotham has officially launched - so what are we hoping for from the first season?
With the digital copy of X-Men: Days of Future Past now available, Fox is already promoting X-Men: Apocalypse!
The first look at Adrianne Palicki as Morse/Mockingbird and more on that dead blue alien body that showed up in the Season 2 premiere.
The multi-franchise actor talks about his disappointment with the first AVENGERS and how the sequel could make it up for it.
Oscar Isaac talked just a little bit about Star Wars with EW, and we have the relevant bits here.
No, there isn't a rating assigned for the Deadpool movie yet, but his creators say PG-13 would be fine anyway.
See Zora in costume! Johnny Royale right off the page - it's Powers, and it's coming soon from Sony Pictures TV.
ABC and Marvel Studios add the SSR boss to their latest Marvel Cinematic Universe TV expansion.
The X-MEN, X-MEN 2 and DAYS OF FUTURE PAST will reportedly return to the franchise to direct 2016's next chapter.
Robin Lord Taylor starts off as Oswald Cobblepot in Gotham, and tells us why the role is exciting to him.
What's airing when? What's in development? We have your complete guide to current (and future) comic book TV series right here.
We may be in a golden age of comic book TV shows, but there has still been some clunkers over the years.
We recently hit the animated sector, now here's the ten best live-action comic TV shows!
Check out the first scene featuring new AoS cast members and the first appearance of Crusher Creel.
According to Variety, the super-villain team will be one of the unannounced films on Warner's DC Comics slate.
No longer the last major network without a comic book/superhero adaptation, CBS has given a series commitment to DC's SUPERGIRL.
We had a lot of fun with Disney Infinity's second iteration, which adds Marvel Comics heroes, new Toy Box modes, and much more.