Elfquest creators Richard and Wendy Pini talk about ending the initial run of the fantasy series, the surprises along the way and the future.
Deborah Ann Woll and Elden Henson talk about how Karen and Foggy will deal with the loss of Matt Murdock in Daredevil Season 3.
The Flash writer Joshua Williamson explains why it's important to let the Rogues shine on their own, teasing a 'dark' storyline.
James Tynion IV, who wrote Cassandra Cain in DC's Batman & Robin Eternal and Detective Comics, talks about her upcoming film debut in Birds of Prey.
Fans have long lamented that Spider-Man won't appear in any of Sony's Spider-Verse movies, but, trust us, you really don't want that anyway.
The second episode of Doctor Who's Season 11 finally debuts the interior design of the TARDIS for the Jodie Whittaker era of the series.
Infinity Wars sees the God of Mischief assemble a team of Avengers whose purpose is reminiscent of a different team entirely.
From destroying Kandor to threatening his wife and son, Rogol Zaar has struck fear into Superman on a level he hasn't felt since his own death.
The finale of Netflix's The Haunting of Hill House changes everything for the Crain family, who have been haunted for 26 years by what they experienced.
A former hero (and current supervillain) just got a major power boost making him one of the deadliest threats in the Marvel Universe.
The Dark Knight of Gotham finally confronts the deadly KGBeastDC Comics' Batman #57, by writer Tom King and artist Tony S. Daniel.
In their latest look at abandoned comic book plots, CSBG reveals how Kingpin recovered his sight after he was blinded.
This week's episode of The Walking Dead shows even more cracks in the foundation of the new world Rick insists is such a massive success.
In the Supergirl Season 4 premiere, Lena Luthor namedropped a longtime Superman villain who once worked with her brother Lex.
In the Supergirl Season 4 premiere, Kara Danvers' world was turned upside down when a well-guarded secret was made public by an anti-alien hate group.
In The Walking Dead #184, Rick Grimes' team of heroes from Alexandria may have just become the very thing they fought so hard against.
Spider-Man's on-screen costumes have been amazing over the years! But could they get... superior?