Get a look at four new variant covers for Archie Comics' Archie 1941 #1, by Mark Waid, Brian Augustyn, Peter Krause, Kelly Fitzpatrick & Jack Morelli.
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J. Jonah Jameson makes Peter's life a living hell. Marvel Comics' Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #1, by Chip Zdarsky and Mike Allred.
The decade-long run by Dan Slott comes to a close in Marvel Comics' Amazing Spider-Man #801, by Dan Slott and Marcos Martin.
Concept artist Jerad S. Marantz shares an image of Deadpool 2's Josh Brolin as Cable in all his techno-organic virus glory.
The latest projections see Ant-Man and the Wasp pulling in a much larger opening weekend box office haul than its 2015 predecessor.
In Mister Miracle #9, Scott Free is faced with the hardest decision of his life in order to bring peace to New Genesis and Apokolips.
In Thor #1, a cameo appearance from Namor the Submariner leads to the reveal of what the King of Atlantis' "Imperius Rex" battle cry means.
In Joshua Williamson and Howard Porter's Flash War, Wally West's drastic actions evoke memories of Barry Allen's role in creating Flashpoint.
Newly released set photos from HBO's upcoming Watchmen TV series tease a grim state of affairs, as well as the shocking death of [SPOILER].
Freeform's new teen superhero drama, Marvel's Cloak & Dagger, is already proving popular among critics and is Certified Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes.
The preview for The Flash #48 -- part two of "Flash War" -- teases an absolutely heartwrenching moment for Wally West.
Sony's upcoming Venom movie is still four months away, but in the meantime, fans can get a new look at Tom Hardy's Eddie Brock suited up for action.
In Justice League #1, we learn the full extent of Batman's reputation as the man who has a contingency plan for anything and everything.
The Riddler shifts his attention to Batgirl in DC Comics' Batman: Prelude to the Wedding - Batgirl vs. The Riddler #1, by Tim Seeley and Minkyu Jung.
Although the film just hit theaters, the first details for the Solo: A Star Wars Story Blu-ray have already started trickling out.
In Deathstroke #32, we get yet another tease for Batman writer Tom King's upcoming "Sanctuary" initiative, which will span across the DC Universe.
The preview for Hunt for Wolverine: The Adamantium Agenda #2 leaves you to wonder why Tony Stark bothers wearing his Iron Man armor.
In Deathstroke #32, the person who put Damian Wayne's true parentage into question and sparked "Deathstroke vs. Batman" is finally revealed.
In honor of the 35th anniversary of Ghostbusters, Wizard World, Ghost Corps and Sony Pictures are teaming up for a Ghostbusters Fan Fest live event.
The search for Jimmy Hudson begins and old threats return in Marvel Comics' X-Men Blue #29, by Cullen Bunn and Nathan Stockman.