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Mark Waid, Len Wein, Paul Levitz and Anthony Tollin discuss the vital role Superman's radio show played in expanding the Man of Steel's canon.
The composers for "The Flash," "Avengers: Age of Ultron," "Mad Max: Fury Road" and more assembled at Comic-Con to share the secrets of superhero scoring.
The world of craft beer continues to find like-minded allies in comics, teaming with artists, publishers and conventions to brew collaborative beers.
Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett's cartoon band Gorillaz are set to return according to two new images from the band's co-creator.
The CW's animated "Vixen" series will see the DC Comics character's adventures take place in the same world as "Arrow" and "The Flash."
The Flash and Arrow are two of the eight series that earned early renewals from The CW.
The television adaptation of Vertigo series "iZombie" gets a release date, plus a new trailer featuring brain-eating Rose McIver's undead Olivia Moore.
Even more images have been released for Marvel Studios' summer release of "Ant-Man," including concept art for Yellowjacket.
AMC has released a two-minute trailer for Better Call Saul, along with news of which Breaking Bad characters we shouldn't expect to see in the spinoff's first season.
Anthony Mackie, the Marvel Cinematic Universe's Sam Wilson/Falcon, revealed the filming locations for the third "Captain America" film.
In a recent career-spanning interview, director Christopher Nolan discusses the inspiration for Batman Begins and much more.
Peter Jackson's "The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies" won the first weekend box office of 2015 and is expected to earn $1 billion worldwide.
The final "Hobbit" film finished in first place at the box office for its second week in a row, while "The Interview" had success in limited theaters.
Brian Michael Bendis revealed the first photo variant cover for the relaunched "Powers" series, featuring the leads of the superhero-crime series' adaptation.
In an interview from 1988, Stan Lee talks about writing three Silver Surfer books, live-action Thor appearing on NBC and Ronald Reagan: Spidey-fan.
After shelving the film earlier this week, a lawyer from Sony says there are plans to release The Interview.