Fresh spoilers from Kansas' strangest town, a look at Speed's sweet new ride and a counterpart for Gotham's billionaire vigilante, plus strike news and more.
Tony Stark takes over TV and the internet, Mark Millar goes global and Andy Serkis is back at work, plus "Smallville," "Venom" and more.
Neither the season nor series finale, "The End of The Batman" airs this Saturday morning on Kids' WB! on the CW network, and CBR News has some preview images from the villain-packed episode.
Director Peter Segal talks lightning and thunder, there's lots going on at the BPRD and Tony Stark's got a trailer out, plus much more to end the week.
The Silk Spectre and Zack Snyder speak, Javier Grillo-Marxuach cashes a check and Spike makes it back to Kansas, plus more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
Logan's gonna stay on set a little longer, we learn the fate of Genevieve Teague and Abe Sapien speaks, plus "Marvel Zombies," "G.I. Joe" and more.
Jon Favreau speaks, a peek at the Bat and both Hawk and Zartan report for duty, plus "Thor," "Hellboy 2," "Smallville," "Hancock" and much more.
Spoilers aplenty from Kansas' craziest town, a new cast member for the hit NBC series (whenever it comes back) and a new guy hanging out with Stark, plus more.
The Fastest Man Alive runs alone, Logan's storing something dangerous in New Zealand and the manga legend finds new direction, plus more to end the week.
In part two of our look at the new media issues underpinning the WGA Strike, Emmett Furey looks into how writers are monetizing the Internet and talks with online entertainment pioneers Kent "Ask A Ninja" Nochols, Rob LaZebnik and Marshall Herskovitz.
Could the Transporter be Atlantean? We wonder while not getting much out of Nancy Callahan, going inside the NBC series plus "Flash," "Hulk" and more.
In our continuing coverage of the WGA strike, CBR News takes an in-depth look at the crux of contract negotiations, new media, and examines new Internet ventures like "Speechless Without Writers," Strike TV and Virtual Artists.
The Joker is dead, Tony Stark shows off the goods again and people in costume patrol Hollywood, plus "Watchmen," "Smallville," strike coverage and more.
Logan's locales see the light of day, Sunnydale's finest speaks her mind and we see what's next in animated Gotham, plus more looking at links, legends and lies.
Director Matt Ogens & producer Charlie Gruet talk to CBR News about their documentary "Confessions Of A Superhero," which follows the lives of the strange, real-life costumed characters who populate Hollywood Blvd.