Stephen Amell, John Barrowman and more discuss the five-month gap between Seasons Three and Four, Malcolm Merlyn's new role and Oliver Queen's son.
Khary Payton has voiced Cyborg for 12 years and counting, so it's not surprising he has thoughts on the live-action depiction of the character.
Rising star Melissa Benoist discusses taking the preparation for her role as the Kryptonian-born super hero super-seriously.
Despite deflections from the show's cast and creators, we did glean a few clues of what fans have to look forward to on FX in 2016.
Mark Evanier, Rob Liefeld, Marv Wolfman and more joined forces at Comic-Con to discuss the enduring legacy of the legendary Jack Kirby.
Marvel EIC Axel Alonso visits with CBR TV during Comic-Con International to look ahead to the post-"Secret Wars" future, far off galaxies and more.
The “Game of Thrones” cast and crew gathered in San Diego to court controversy, the President' approval and to see who makes it out alive.
Top Cow announced the launch of the "September Mourning" Kickstarter, Stjepan Sejic's "Switch" and a new series from "Postal" writer Bryan Hill.
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo reveal why "Endgame" wasn't the end, and why they're lightening things up in the latest "Batman" arc.
In his first ever Comic-Con appearance, the legendary actor fondly recalled his "Ghostbusters" role, praised Miley Cyrus and gave fans a moment to remember.
SPINOFF sat down with Reedus to discuss "Air"s chilling vision of the future, as well as "The Walking Dead" and the latest on "Boondocks Saints 3."
DC's Chief Creative Officer talked about trying to make "The Flash" the most comic book TV show and why he's never going to stop writing comics.
Laughs and scares fill Hall H's "Crimson Peak" panel with Guillermo del Toro, Tom Hiddleston, Jessica Chastain and more.
Kelly Sue DeConnick ruled the Milkfed panel, discussing upcoming collaborations, hinting at more TV news to come and celebrating her birthday.
Diamond spoke with CBR about its exclusives and revealed plans that include Marvel, "TMNT," "Aliens," "Clerks" and much more.
Grant Gustin, Andrew Kreisberg and more talk about new supervillains, unfolding the Multiverse and Eddie Thawne's possible return.
After seeing footage from DC's upcoming "Suicide Squad," CBR rounds up the standout moments that to promise a very different comic book movie.