"Archie" writer Mark Waid and artist Veronica Fish discuss the challenges of reinventing America's oldest teens -- and the lines they didn't cross.
"Hellboy In Hell" may be ending, but the character still has a future -- albeit on that lies in exploring his past and his allies.
The annual panel looked toward building on Marvel's current crop of female characters to create a richer and more varied medium in the future.
Punk explained how he and Cullen Bunn share the writing load on their Marvel comic, and why he feels "Preacher" is "one of the best stories of all time."
At the All-New All-Different panel, Marvel said they've been thinking of giving Jessica Jones her own comic again.
Marvel creators and editors tease what's ahead for the House of Ideas' current crop of superhero series.
CBR spoke with writer Christopher Hastings about his political satire series about the silver-tongued trickster's U.S. Presidential campaign.
With their celebrated run concluding in April's "Batman" #51, Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo hosted a Dark Knight retrospective.
Barnes confronts Gordon with a twist in Theo Galavan's murder case in the latest clip from this Monday's episode of "Gotham."
Creators from the House of Ideas offer glimpses of what's to come in a wide range of Marvel properties for a select audience at C2E2.
The actor who's brought the future Kid Flash to TV takes the stage for his first con Q&A and dishes on the upcoming episodes of "The Flash."
With "Civil War II" looming, Marvel has made a whole lot of tie-ins official, including the six-issue "Choosing Sides" miniseries. Details here!
Dan Abnett tells CBR about his "Civil War II" tie-in that separates Herc from the main conflict as he leads a team of heroes from ancient myth.
"Patsy Walker, AKA Hellcat" writer Kate Leth tells CBR about writing the first Marvel Universe crossover between Patsy and the super powered P.I.
With the imminent crossover with "The Flash" and a second season looking very likely, the actresses discuss the influence of "Supergirl."
Ladies from the Bombshells of World War II to the incoming "Wonder Woman: Earth One" get a Chicago spotlight.