Jake McDorman and Jennifer Carpenter from CBS' "Limitless" spoke with CBR at NYCC about their NZT-fueled show and the FBI's newest asset.
Marvel's head of TV and actor Clark Gregg spoke about "Agents of SHIELD's" three-year journey and why the show needed time to lay a foundation.
The actors reveal what goes into their iconic roles when Batwing takes to the spotlight as Batman goes AWOL.
Axel Alonso returns to CBR's Tiki Room to discuss 2015, including "Secret Wars" thus far the impact of "Star Wars" and growing diversity.
New York Comic Con did it up big on Sunday, literally saving the best for last with stars of hit TV shows, jaw-dropping cosplay and more.
On Alex Ross' cover for "All-New All-Different Avengers" #4, Captain America and Thor lock lips as they fly above New York City.
Saturday is usually the biggest day at any convention, and New York Comic Con certainly didn't disappoint this year. Check out all the action!
Breckin Meyer remains surprised DC allows the show to get away with so many jokes, while the series' producer and director share details on a never-to-air Joker skit.
The voice actor behind LEGO Batman made a delightful surprise phone call to one girl who's a big Batman fan during New York Comic Con.
Director Jay Oliva and Producer James Tucker discuss developing their animated DC continuity, saying there's the potential to develop "our own 'Crisis.'"
Robert Rodriguez, D.J. Cotrona, Zane Holtz, Eiza Gonzalez and more discuss the second season of El Ray's "From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series."
The cast of USA's summer hit "Mr. Robot," next years "Colony," top creators like Brian K. Vaughan and plenty of cool cosplay decked the halls.
Chip Zdarsky and Erica Henderson talk Jughead's sexuality, new Josie and the Pussycats comics are teased and more at Archie's NYCC panel.
"Black Canary" writer Brenden Fletcher and artist Annie Wu spoke with CBR TV at NYCC to discuss their new hard rock take on Dinah Lance.
Kodansha Comics announced two new licenses, while a Japanese editor gave fans an inside look at how manga is made.
Kieron Gillen, Matt Wilson & Jamie McKelvie spoke with CBR at NYCC about their various projects, the "The Wicked + The Divine" TV show and more.
Kishimoto discussed his long-running series, his friendly rivalry with "One Piece" creator Eiichiro Oda, and apologized for making cosplayers wear headbands.