Two Dick Grayson spotlight tales! And did Deadman and the animated Batman actually meet years before Justice League Unlimited?
In the latest Comic Book Legends Revealed, learn whether Jim Shooter had to take Kitty Pryde out of his original version of Secret Wars!
We look back on the history of DC's Hall of Justice -- its origins, architecture and appearances across decades in animation, television and film.
Marvel has begun to hint at what readers can expect when Legacy arrives -- here's what we've figured out so far.
Writer Joshua Corin discusses his Spider-Man/Deadpool two-parter, where Slapstick derails the titular duo's attempts at serious crime fighting.
In the pages of Invincible Iron Man, Brian Michael Bendis appears to be plotting out a spiritual sequel to one of his first big event storylines.
Celebrate Wonder Woman's smashing film success by voting for your favorite Wonder Woman comic book stories of all-time! LAST day to vote!!
In the latest Movie Legends Revealed, discover whether Disney chose to keep Paramount's logo on the Avengers to assuage fears about Disney taking over
In their latest look at superhero resurrections, CSBG shows how Nightcrawler got past an arm through his heart.
This week sees Greg Rucka's farewell to Wonder Woman, and he leaves Diana and friends in a number of interesting places for new creators to build on.
DC's Batman/Elmer Fudd is a hard-boiled story of love, revenge and wascally wabbits that's brimming with Looney Tunes references. We break them down.
CBR has the exclusive first look at the next installment of Spider-Man from scribe Brian Michael Bendis and artist Oscar Bazaldua, on sale July 5.
Astro City returns to greatness, Ultra Magnus struggles with shades of gray, and Elmer Fudd astonishes while Wonder Woman gets mansplained, and more.
From Attilan to Honolulu and Crystal to the (possible) Terrigen Mist, we break down the elements of the teaser trailer for Marvel's Inhumans.
In addition to the negativity that often comes with casting announcements, Spider-Man: Homecoming's Tony Revolori received death threats.
Tony Revolori discusses how and why his Flash Thompson is updated for the modern era in Spider-Man: Homecoming.