The man who’s currently writing DC’s excellent Deathstroke series has had one of the most eventful careers in comics. At New York Comic-Con last week, he talked about helping Luke Cage stop being a laughingstock and his first meeting with the legendary comic writer who helped found Milestone Media. (Also, Batman being…
That’s Chris Claremont. Yes, that Chris Claremont, the legendary writer of some of the best X-Men comics ever made. He’s a decent fellow, that one.
Batwoman is flying high in the pages of Detective Comics right now, but DC announced last week that Kate Kane is getting her own solo comic once again—one that will explore will delve deep into her past. We spoke Batwoman writer Marguerite Bennett to see what’s in store for Kate’s new book.
Seriously, you might want to hide your wallet before watching this video. It may tempt you into financial ruin—but at least you’d have some fancy toys, right?
The doors have closed on another year of New York Comic Con—but we’ve still got one last dose of cosplay goodness to share from the Javits Center. Here’s our absolute favorite cosplayers from the final day of NYCC!
Batman and Wonder Woman have teamed up more times that we can count in the comics—but their latest is a real first, as Adam West and Lynda Carter’s iconic takes on the World’s Finest team up for Batman ‘66/Wonder Woman ‘77. We sat down with series writer Marc Andreyko to learn more.
Good news, everyone! Hayley Atwell officially has more Agent Carter in her future. However, it’s perhaps not in the form that you were hoping for.
Few people love playing a role as much as Matt Ryan loves playing Constantine. He played him on the short-lived NBC show Constantine, he showed up as him again in Arrow, and now he’s voicing the character in DC’s animated movie Justice League Dark.
Flight of the Conchords star Jemaine Clement is trading in his singing pipes for another mutant superpower. It was announced online that Clement is joining the cast of Legion in a multi-episode role.
The Season 3 trailer for Syfy’s time-traveling thriller 12 Monkeys is here, and we’re spending more time in 2163, over a century in the future. Do you think they can tell us who won this election, so we don’t have to think about it anymore?
There have been rumors, hopes, and wishes that we’d finally get a third-installment of Guillermo del Toro’s Hellboy series. But Ron Perlman, the actor who brought Hellboy to life, says the series is most likely dead.
Saturday’s winner in my personal cosplay sweepstakes: a dude done up as Kitty Pryde dissing the telepathic founder of the X-Men.
In a clip shown during the Walking Dead panel at New York Comic Con, we saw Negan threaten more brutality than the murder we still have not had revealed to us. Of course, what Negan is joking about doing is really unlikely.
At a packed panel at New York Comic Con, Marvel and Netflix shared a bunch of information about Iron Fist, which had literally just finished filming the last scene of the show at nine in the morning before coming to the Javits Center. Despite that, they still had clips to share.
Jon Bernthal surprised a crowd at New York Comic Con to say that season one of Punisher is already in production. But more than that, that Karen Page (Deborah Ann Woll) will be making the jump from Daredevil to The Punisher.
Announced today at New York Comic Con, Disney XD’s going to premiere a new animated show called Marvel’s Spider-Man in 2017.
Netflix has released the first trailer for Dreamworks Trollhunters, a children’s animated series directed by the same guy whose idea of a fairy tale includes rebel torture and child murder. It’s Guillermo del Toro... for kids!
The first trailer for Season 2 of The Man in the High Castle is here, and things aren’t getting any better in our dystopian Nazi hellscape. In fact, looks like they’re about to get a whole lot worse.
Valiant Comics is getting real with its first live-action online miniseries. The company has debuted the trailer for its high-octane showdown, Ninjak vs. the Valiant Universe, which (as the title indicates) pits Ninjak against just about every major Valiant hero ever. It’s big, it’s violent, and looks fun as hell.
Underworld: Blood Wars star Kate Beckinsale said the team wanted Blade to show up for some sweet bloody action, but Marvel’s plans for the famous vampire hunter got in the way.