With so many reboots happening on the small screen, we look at some popular sci-fi shows we want to see again, as well as those we really don't.
Everything is a lie in the new, action-packed trailer for Rupert Wyatt's Captive State.
The ending of the Word War II horror movie Overlord may leave audiences wondering if the Nazi experiments could return to haunt the Allies.
The subtitle for Gotham's fifth and final season implies David Mazouz's Bruce Wayne will rise to meet his destiny this season and become Batman.
Early concept art from Avengers: Infinity War reveals new transformations and capabilities in Iron Man's armor.
Jason Todd, the new Robin, makes a splash in his introduction on DC Universe's Titans. After less than 30 seconds, we already love him and his smirk.
DC is set to re-release Watchmen and many other classic comics under its DC Black Label imprint.
How powerful is Marvel's Master of the Mystic Arts? Find out as we detail the magnificent magic of Doctor Strange.
Grant Morrison and Liam Sharp are diving into the life of arguably the most recognizable human ever to wield a Green Lantern ring: Hal Jordan.
Aquaman filmmaker James Wan notes that the tidal wave seen in the latest trailer is just a warning from the film's main villain.
A new preview for Kieron Gillen and Caspar Wijngaard's Peter Cannon: Thunderbolt shows the comic's take on the classic character.
Tom Hiddleston teases more mischief in response to confirmation that a Loki miniseries is in development for Disney's streaming service.
Spider-Geddon just introduced a grotesque Spider-Man who has ties to a classic (and disturbing) Garth Ennis story.
Darth Vader might be the notorious villain in all of Star Wars, but there are some threats in the galaxy that are far more dangerous.
Ned Stark is long dead, but actor Sean Been has some thoughts on which of the Stark children is most likely to hang on until the end of HBO's Game of Thrones.
With Overlord opening this week, here is the cinematic history of blending World War II imagery with zombies.
Tyler Hoechlin and Elizabeth Tulloch delivers their best Christopher Reeve and Margot Kidder in this Elseworlds crossover first look.
IDW will publish Enemy of the People: A Cartoonists Journey, a collection of the work by fired political cartoonist Rob Rogers.