Articles by Brandon Zachary
Star Wars Resistance voice actor Suzie McGrath opens up about the seismic changes to Tam that come with the second season.
Titmouse Inc. President Chris Prynoski was a little worried about Big Mouth when production began, but he reveals to CBR what changed his mind.
Star Wars: Resistance actor Bobby Moynihan talks about voicing Orka, being in Stars Wars and the history of his Kylo Ren SNL sketch.
The Year of the Villain event is changing villains across the DC Universe, and it may have just inspired one Batman rogue to make a big move.
If the upcoming third Sony/Marvel Spider-Man movie is the character's last with the MCU, then go big and send Peter Parker into the Spider-Verse.
Harleen #1 tweaks an element of Harley Quinn's first origin, Mad Love, to remove a problematic aspect of her history.
On a powerhouse team that includes She-Hulk and Thor, a surprising member of the Avengers discovers a weakness in Cosmic Ghost Rider.
Powers of X takes the once-and-future White Queen off of a villainous path and returns her to the center of the X-Men's world.
Just as the original Spider-Woman's role in the Marvel Universe has changed, Jessica Drew's ostumes have evolved too.
Kevin Feige's Star Wars film suggests that the George Lucas era of Star Wars is officially over, but that the franchise is poised to expand.
Is the established future of the multiverse set in stone or will the upcoming Arrowverse crossover "Crisis on Infinite Earths" change it?
While Khalid Nassour became the New 52's Doctor Fate to much fanfare, but he ultimately didn't wear the Helmet of Fate for long.
James Gunn responded to Tommy Wiseau's online campaign to join the cast of The Suicide Squad.
While it lacks the depth of the film series, Dragons: Rescue Riders is a fun story for young fans of How to Train Your Dragon.
One of DC's most dangerous things is Ultra Comics, the haunted artifact that the Gentry used in their plans to consume everything in Multiversity.
The Teen Titans Go! cast had no problem returning to their earlier incarnations of their characters for Teen Titans Go! vs Teen Titans.
A new fan theory centering around the cereal mascot Count Chocula ties the character to a real-world dynasty.