Joe Manganiello sat down with CBR to discuss The Dark Crystal, Death Saves and the importance of Heavy Metal. (And how all of this ties together.)
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Kami Garcia, who wrote Teen Titans: Raven and Teen Titans: Beast Boy, believes a person of color should pen a Cyborg graphic novel for DC Ink.
Nightwing has taken up a mantle that could make him Batman's greatest foe.
In comparing Joker and Venom, you'll find one villain movie managed to adapt its titular character far better.
Wally West just bested both of Marvel's teams -- or, at least, legally permissible versions of them at DC Comics.
Luffy drugs a woman with food, burns a bad guy, and ruins their friend's plan all in one episode on One Piece.
My Hero Academia returns for Season 4., with a lot of hints about the future, and a journalist with a particularly useful Quirk.
Joe Manganiello briefly talked about his role in Justice League to CBR, and alluded to the troubled production behind the scenes.
Joker hasn't incited any real-world violence, as some feared, but the film did inspire a lot of hand-wringing and stupid behavior.
CBR sat down with Kami Garcia to discuss the graphic novel Teen Titans: Raven, a modern reinvention of the iconic superhero, Raven.
Brian K Vaughan spoke to CBR at NYCC about Paper Girls, which is very much the antithesis to the '80s nostalgia of Stranger Things.
Spider-Man's evil clone from Infinity War should've died three times already. So why is he still alive?
After episodes and episodes of build-up in One Piece, Luffy finally fights Holdem.
One of Miles Morales' abilities might be the weapon the heroes need to turn the tide against Carnage and his invading forces.
In the DCEU's Birds of Prey, Harley Quinn will take Barbara Gordon's role as the ideological core of the Birds of Prey.
Batwoman has aired only one episode, and already it's being bombarded by negative reviews that take issue with the show for questionable reasons.
Violence Voyager is a surreal mix of body horror and nightmare fuel rendered in a unique, deliberately surreal style of animation.