Take a look around the show floor at Comic-Con from the first full day!
Mark Waid tells us about how Banner's focus and reason for being changes after Infinity, and what the reaction to that change will be all around him.
Marvel's SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN has been one of 2013's biggest hits, and on Thursday it took the stage at the biggest convention of the year.
Take a look at what you're missing on the showfloor of Comic-Con right here and live vicariously through our already-exhausted selves!
Marvel opens up about their digital future — including Infinite Comics and "Project Gamma" — at their first panel of Comic-Con 2013.
Hayley Atwell is reprising her role as Peggy Carter for a Marvel Studios "One-Shot" debuting next week at Comic-Con in San Diego.
The star of the AMAZING SPIDER-MAN franchises considers the possibility of Peter Parker exploring his sexuality.
Summer Glau will be joining the cast of ARROW in a recurring role, starting with the season premiere this fall.
In advance of a planned presence next week at Comic-Con, Marvel has unveiled the box art for the LEGO MARVEL SUPER HEROES game.
Entertainment Weekly's pre-Comic-Con issue features Spider-Man and Electro facing off, 10 months before AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2.
What does "Share Your Universe" mean? We're not quite sure, but answers will be coming very, very soon.
CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER and THOR: THE DARK WORLD will both hit San Diego, plus a Superman anniversary panel and more.
Friday at Comic-Con in San Diego is set to be packed, including AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D., AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2, Cup O' Joe and... Metallica?
The first full day of Comic-Con International in San Diego is here, with big publishing panels and plenty of movie/TV presentations.
The new season is still several months away, but here's a look at the promotional banner that will be on display at Comic-Con in San Diego.
Comic-Con International in San Diego is less than three weeks away, and here's a complete look at the exclusive items Marvel will be offering.
The film based on Orson Scott Card's famous sci-fi novel will be represented in San Diego, but the controversial author isn't part of the push.
The untitled upcoming films keep coming for Marvel Studios, with a third one reportedly scheduled for July 2016.