CBR has your exclusive first look at the first lettered pages from Titan Comics' adaptation of the martial arts action franchise, The Raid.
September's Edge of Spider-Geddon #3-4 will introduce Uncle Ben and Norman Osborn as heroic versions of Spider-Man.
Darkhawk's new mecha-inspired form leaves the hero far more powerful than Richard Rider remembers.
Nick Spencer and Ryan Ottley's Amazing Spider-Man #1 isn't available yet, but CBR has an exclusive first look at the series' debut issue.
A fan has shared pictures of a LEGO model he has built of the Batmobile as seen in Sean Gordon Murphy's Batman: White Knight comic series.
Brian Michael Bendis reveals that DC Comics' upcoming summer Superman stories will be advertised on television.
Marvel Comics' announcement for Comic-Con International panels included new details regarding the return of the Fantastic Four, and a new X-Men team.
Eric Powell, best known for his noir/horror mash-up The Goon, celebrates the return of the Fantastic Four with a first issue variant cover.
Together with The Claw & Fang artist Matias Basla, Ladycastle writer Delilah S. Dawson will launch a five-issue limited series titled Sparrowhawk.
Here's all the songs Batman and Catwoman will be jamming to at their upcoming wedding, chosen by Batman #50's creative team.
Batman #50 writer Tom King says don’t fret about the issue getting spoiled -- it’s just the beginning of a long, earnest love story.
With the internet aflame over the New York Times spoiling the events of this week's Batman #50, the writer of the article explains what went wrong.
The most famous, yet largely unexplored, era in Firefly mythology will be at the center of a new comic by Greg Pak and Dan McDaid.
The final trailer has arrived for Dwayne Johnson's new action film Skyscraper, along with posters homaging the classic films that inspired it.
Fantastic Four and Iron Man writer Dan Slott responded to the Batman #50 spoiler controversy with a self-described rant against spoiler culture.
DC spoiled the events of Batman #50's much-anticipated wedding issue in the Sunday edition of The New York Times. One executive explains why.
Writer Tom King has expressed mixed feelings about the ending to the BatCat wedding in this Wednesday's Batman #50 being spoiled online.