Although known for creating some of today's most famous modern characters, Marvel has also housed some of pop culture's most recognizable faces.
With Marvel regaining the licensing rights to Conan, look back to when the barbarian first became a comic book phenomenon in the early 1970s.
Winter (and Season 7) can't come fast enough for fans of the hit HBO drama. But these comics will make that wait a little more bearable.
Hot Toys conjures up Marvel's Scarlet Witch, NECA unleashes "Batman Returns'" Catwoman, Hasbro rounds out the X-Men and so much more!
COMIC REEL: Jon Bernthal Wants Punisher's Return To Be "Raw & Intense"; Eisenberg Hopes To Play Luthor Again
Bernthal talks about his trips to comic shops after landing his "Daredevil" role; Jesse Eisenberg unsure where Lex will appear next & more.
COMIC REEL: "Civil War" Footage Glimpsed In Russo's Behind-The-Scenes Video; Sprouse Shows Off Jughead Makeover
A post from Joe Russo shows more of "Civil War's" meeting room scene; Cole Sprouse reveals part of his "Riverdale" look and more.
Cullen Bunn and Sergio DÃ¡vila present "Conan the Slayer," while Gail Simone and Walter Geovani debut "Wonderfall" in 2016.
A "Star Wars" game from five years ago, along with a "Conan" interview with Harrison Ford, may have given away a major "Force Awakens" spoiler.
Appearing on "Conan" alongside director J.J. Abrams, the "Star Wars" veteran is introduced to producer and super-fan Jordan Schlansky. It doesn't go well.