Brian Michael Bendis explains the origins of Event Leviathan, and how it will leave a lasting mark on the DC Universe, long after the series is over.
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CBR takes a look back at the Adventure Time Season 11 comic book, how it transformed the world of Ooo and whether it fits into the show's continuity.
Writer Scott Snyder has revealed how much of the inspiration for Batman: The Last Knight On Earth came from comics icon Grant Morrison.
Swamp Thing stars Derek Mears and Andy Bean open up about what it's like to share the role of the titular DC Universe monster.
The Muppet Movie will return to theaters for a special limited re-release to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the film's premiere.
Jim Lee, Tom King and some DCTV stars worked with the USO to bring Batman's 80th anniversary celebration to service members in Kuwait.
Warner Bros. revealed one of the last pieces of art by deceased Lupin the Third creator Monkey Punch, featuring Jason Momoa's Aquaman.
CBR is taking a look back at how Frank Castle became Thanos' once-loyal servant, the Cosmic Ghost Rider.
The Boys is one of the most controversial comics superhero comics ever published, and now it's becoming an Amazon series.
The explosive finale of Godzilla: King of the Monsters reveals some major details that paves the way for 2020's Godzilla vs. Kong.
Godzilla's ancient home is discovered in King of the Monsters -- and while it's never outright stated, it's implied to be a mythological location.
The post-credits scene of Godzilla: King of the Monsters provides a tantalizing clue about the future of two characters, and the MonsterVerse.
Swamp Thing stars Henderson Wade and Derek Mears recalled their childhood memories of DC's iconic monster.
A new set of Lion King character posters showcases the lifelike looks of the classic Disney musical cast.
Join CBR as we take a closer look at Negan's Lucille, the most famous weapon in the world of the Walking Dead.
Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek revealed a positive update on his battle with pancreatic cancer.
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