Captain Marvel is starting up a new task force to find the Immortal Hulk, and the team has an old, familiar name.
The Green Lantern #1 introduces a new type of Lantern, which could eventually lead to the biggest Corps we have ever seen.
This week's episode of Fox's The Gifted pulls back the curtain on the backstory of the Frost Sisters, which borrows from their comic book roots.
In the latest Comic Book Legends Revealed, find out how Marvel retroactively diversified Spider-Man's early stories when reprinting them in the 80s!
Despite Return of Wolverine, Heroes in Crisis and Spider-Geddon debuting in September, sales for the month were flat.
The He-Man/Injustice crossover dooms Eternia as it rewrites the very history of the Anti-Life Equation.
The Flash and Black Lightning will air reruns tonight, so as not to compete with election results, but Fox's The Gifted will debut a new episode.
Turok's new series gives the classic dinosaur hunter a facelift, and CBR has the first look at what Ron Marz and Roberto Castro have in store.
CBR News speak to Doctor Who's new comics fam (Jody Houser, Rachael Stott and Enrica Angiolini) about The Thirteenth Doctor's arrival into comics this week!
DC's Witching Hour event just rewrote everything we knew about magic, giving it an all-new history tied to the spark of creation.
Jen and Sylvia Soska discuss their new Black Widow ongoing, in which their title character heads to Madripoor to tear down a network of evil.
In a CBR-exclusive clip, The Gifted flashes back to the Frost sisters' youth, to a time when they were forced to use their powers against their will.
The Joker's relationship with Harley Quinn erased years of queer-coding that some fans are eager to see restored more explicitly.
We know Batman's a part of Titans' continuity, but does that automatically mean Superman and Wonder Woman are around, too?
The 1-800 number on the pay phone in the new Captain Marvel movie photo used to be maintained by Disney-owned ABC. Now it's something else entirely.
Willow Rosenberg is ready for the spotlight in Kevin Wada's variant cover to BOOM! Studios' Buffy the Vampire Slayer #2.
The X-Men: Black comics just laid the groundwork for the arrival of an all-new Apocalypse in the Marvel Universe.
Maybe the reason everyone dislikes Ric Grayson is because he reminds them of Chris O'Donnell's Dick Grayson from Batman Forever.