The first teaser trailer for Iron Fist Season 2 makes it clear the series intends to give fans a very different show this time around.
The Justice League will be taking on the Fatal Five: a group of supervillains widely known for fighting the Legion of Superheroes.
During Comic-Con International in San Diego, it was announced that Cloak & Dagger would be returning for Season 2, featuring Marvel character Mayhem.
Venom's Tom Hardy weighs in on the possible feud between his symbiote and Tom Holland's Spider-Man in the future of Sony's film franchise.
The fall crossovers focusing on Peter Parker's world include video games, TV and all-new takes on Spider-Man.
Tom King, Clay Mann and Mitch Gerads bring a new type of Crisis to the DCU, where the stakes are emotional rather than cosmic.
Announced at SDCC 2018, the animated Wonder Woman: Bloodlines will be part of the 2019 slate of direct-to-video DC Universe Movies.
During its SDCC panel, Sony Pictures announced the additions of Spider-Man Noir, Spider-Ham and Peni Parker to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.
Go-Bots, the popular franchise based around giant, transforming robots, is set to return in an all-new comic book series.
Fans can now get an up close and personal look at Zachary Levi's costume from the DCEU's upcoming Shazam! flick.
Director Ruben Fleischer revealed Eddie Brock will face Riot and other symbiote foes during Venom's SDCC panel.
Sony Pictures gives some insight into the upcoming animated film at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Word has come out from the Bumbleebe panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego that Optimus Prime will appear has his G1 self.
Scott Snyder revealed at SDCC that the next Justice League arc sets up Kelly Sue DeConnick's run on Aquaman by introducing Sea Gods.
Neil Gaiman's signature series gets its sequel line as DC's Vertigo works to reinvent itself for the modern era.
Cloak & Dagger brought stars Olivia Holt, Aubrey Joseph and more to Comic-Con International in San Diego to share never-before-soon footage and more.
The Batman Who Laughs is coming back, and thanks to Scott Snyder and Jock, he's bringing a terrifying new sidekick with him.
The acclaimed team of writer Peter J. Tomasi and artist Doug Mahnke will takeover Detective Comics with the series' 944th issue.