Star Wars: The Rise of the Skywalker screenwriters J.J. Abrams and Chris Terrio opened up about the pressure of concluding the Skywalker Saga.
DC's New Year's Evil holiday special gives a minor DC villain a heart-breaking tragic origin that changes everything about the character.
A casting call looking for two teenage boys to be series regulars in the upcoming Superman & Lois series points to the introduction of the Super Sons.
In Wonder Woman 1984, DC's Amazon hero dons the impressive new Golden Eagle armor, but it might not stay around for long.
Just in case you thought Arthur left Benimaru's training day empty-handed, Company 8's swordsman demonstrates his new fusion class in Fire Force.
From the Jedi Council to the First Order, did the prequels or the sequels end up bringning more new ideas into the Star Wars Universe?
Brandon Routh is back as Superman in Crisis on Infinite Earths, replete with the Kingdom Come emblem on his chest - and a reason for it.
As of the first volume, Jujutsu Kaisen stands as a solidly good entry in the shonen genre without really showing off any truly special qualities.
The CW's "Crisis on Infinite Earths" crossover just gave the Monitor a heart-breaking new history that's totally different from his comic book counterpart.
Sonic the Hedgehog's depiction in his upcoming film went from widely derided to warmly received. Here's the story behind the transformation.
The CW's "Crisis on Infinite Earths" just made us all forget about the Batman vs. Superman fight with a tease of Batwoman vs. Supergirl.
Black Panther #18 has brought King T'Challa face-to-face with his worst fear, and now he finds himself facing the Intergalactic Wakandan Empire.
Scott Snyder teases the finale to Batman: The Last Knight on Earth and why it was the perfect story to end his tenure writing the Dark Knight.
The brief time-skip from the Steven Universe Movie to Steven Universe: Future has changed Beach City drastically.
In Batman: Curse of the White Knight #5, Jean-Paul Valley ditches his red costume and puts on his very own, insane Batman suit designed for war.
After a plethora of familiar faces appeared in Crisis On Infinite Earths, Parts One and Two, the third part didn't disappoint, either.
X-Force #3 sees the return of one of Marvel's most powerful mutants, and they have a new plan for the X-Men.