The supporting cast of "Gotham Academy" get their own stories with an all-star lineup of art talent pitching in.
Could "Firefly" come back for a second season? Nathan Fillion and the original cast say yes.
"Injustice: Gods Among Us" writer Tom Taylor announced he'll collaborate with artist Robson Rocha for a "short run" on DC's "Batman/Superman."
A wide range of DC talent goes deep into their series including Jimmy Palmiotti, Babs Tarr, Stever Orlando and more.
Elodie Yung's Elektra and Jon Bernthal's Punisher seen in leaked teaser "Daredevil" S2 trailer.
The voice of "Guardians of the Galaxy's" Groot indicates he's in talks to lend his physical presence to another Marvel character.
Troy Baker, Phil LaMarr, and more discuss the next DC LEGO movie and debut the first footage.
Actor Wil Traval suggests his character on the Netflix drama is a "reinvented" version of the classic Daredevil villain.
Following Mattel and DC Entertainment's NYCC presentation, two new animated shorts starring Harley Quinn, Wonder Woman and more have been released.
CBR spoke with Charles Soule about his new "Star Wars" series set during the prequels that examines the tense relationship between the titular Jedi.
Marjorie Liu, Shannon Watters, Jeremy Whitley and more discussed how they diversify their work, and bringing more accurate representation to comics.
The "Matrix" veteran portrays a gender-swapped version of a longtime Marvel Comics character with ties to Iron Fist.
Wally Wood's famed heroes head to the United Nations and then on to film and TV with producer Michael Uslan.
"The Last Witch Hunter" stars Vin Diesel, Elijah Wood and Rose Leslie and director Breck Eisner stormed NYCC to discuss their upcoming film.
The blockbuster female Marvel hero gets her own prose novel from Shannon and Dean Hale, expanding Carol's presence with young readers.
Charles Soule and Marco Checchetto return to Star Wars with "Obi-Wan and Anakin," Marvel's first comic series set in the prequel era.
Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada returns to New York Comic Con for his famed Cup O' Joe panel, featuring announcements and more.
When discussing "The Killing Joke" adaptation, producer James Tucker said they had permission to make it rated R, but added, "We'll see."