Kryptonsite has a few more spoilers on their news page.
Keep it coaxial? All right -- CBR News also caught the weekend's Comic-Con panel with tons of talent from the show.
More TV news? Fine -- CBR News has both the trailer for the new animated series and an interview with BET's entertainment president Reginald Hudlin and senior VP of animation Denys Cowan.
Plus, a lot of that was discussed at the BET panel, which CBR News also covered.
CBR News live reported from the panel on the Alan Moore adaptation.
Speaking of things from the cavernous Hall H, CBR News also reported on the Comic-Con panel with Jaime King, Samuel L. Jackson, Gabriel Macht, producer Deborah Del Prete and director Frank Miller.
PUNISHER: WAR ZONE
New footage from the Lexi Alexander-helmed project? All right then ...
... thanks to IGN.
Top Cow's Matt Hawkins talked about the cinematic version of the translation with CBR News.
Who was on hand to hear the wisdom of Larry Hama at Comic-Con at San Diego? CBR News, that's who.
Filmmaker Robert Rodriguez and actress Rose McGowan held a panel at Comic-Con, and CBR News caught every bit of the sword swinging speaking.
BATMAN: THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD
There's an image-laden report on the new animated team up series right here at .
Will it be Ryan Reynolds? Kevin Feige said for certain, and told CBR News. In that panel, he also confirmed there would be a sequel to the Ed Norton-fueled "Incredible Hulk" movie.
Another Comic-Con panel, another CBR News report.
HULK VS. WOLVERINE
Who saw the screening for the new animated adventure? Of course -- CBR News.
Even the British phenomenon? Yep, CBR News got that too.
THE GREATEST AMERICAN HERO
From TV to comics? That story is also, of course, here at CBR.
DARK KNIGHT BOX OFFICE WATCH
According to Variety, the film took over the international box office with $65.6 million at 7,143 theaters in 43 markets. Box Office Mojo notes that the sequel set another record, reading $314 million in just ten days. The total worldwide gross is estimated at $355,545,000.
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