The Marvel legend recounts his earliest days in the Golden Age of comics and teases his upcoming slate of cameos.
Nick Spencer talks to CBR about the full scope yet to come of his parallel "Captain America" stories.
Speaking with CBR, Nick Spencer discusses fan outcry, surprising support and the political commentary he didn't expect.
Elizabeth Henstridge praised Season 4's special effects, while Bennet explained why this year will be "a breath of fresh air."
"Batman: The Killing Joke" voice actors Kevin Conroy, Tara Strong and Ray Wise talk to CBR about the "really dark" animated adaptation.
Matt Fraction revealed how he tapped into his personal life for a Spider-Man tale, the thrill of working with Howard Chaykin, and more.
Black comics creators discuss working in today's comics industry, and plans to showcase their work in a new anthology.
Saying they "didn't get to take the time to figure things out," Phil Klemmer and Marc Guggenheim explain how they're going to fix the show's Season 1 problems.
Melissa Benoist, Mehcad Brooks, David Harewood & Sarah Schechter discuss the impact jumping from CBS to The CW will have on "Supergirl."
The "Deadpool" actress discusses her return to the Fox drama in Season 3, and Lee Thompkins' "new life."
Executive producer Wendy Mericle explains how the Russian mob, Mayor Queen, and the effects of "The Flash's" Flashpoint will unfold in Star City.
Kevin Conroy and Diedrich Bader discuss teaming up as Batman and Booster Gold in the latest DC Comics-based animated series.
The genius half of Firestorm, the fierce White Canary, and the recently rechristened Chronos discuss the show's upcoming major changes.
Marvel's Harlem makes its big debut in "Luke Cage," a series that was filmed in the very neighborhood it celebrates.
Butch Lukic, Alan Burnett & Jim Krieg discuss the animated series' massive cast, which includes John Constantine, Stargirl and, of course, DC's Trinity.
The veteran actor teases "something crazy" happens in the new season that will forever alter Captain Barnes.
"Powerless" stars Vanessa Hudgens, Ron Funches and Danny Pudi talk superheroes, Charm City, and how DCU continuity comes into play.
The seeming incorruptible Gotham City police detective may finally have hit his breaking point, the actor reveals.
Following the announcement of the long-discussed animated adaptation, we take a look back at the classic "New Teen Titans" storyline.