With the R-rated Spawn reboot slowly moving forward, we take a look at the actors most suited to play Hell's favorite soldier.
At New York Comic-Con, Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman reveals that his original plans for Negan took the character down a different path.
Danny Rand shows off his martial art skills on the cover of a comic that will serve as a prequel to the Iron Fist Netflix series.
We've got an exclusive preview of 'The Lost Boys,' Vertigo's upcoming comic miniseries picking up where the 1980s hit left off!
What's big, blue, and more powerful than Superman? Doctor Manhattan, of course - and he's coming to the DC universe.
After a starring role in DC's Detective Comics, the publisher announces a solo series starring Batwoman herself, Kate Kane.
There are plenty of superheroines in comics nowadays, but who were the first-ever female superheroes in comic book history?
Spider-Man wouldn't be nearly as awesome if Peter Parker wasn't a genius and a keen inventor. We list Spider-Man's greatest gadgets and gizmos.
The first issue of Marvel's Death of X brings the Mutant-Inhuman crisis to light, as Scott Summers discovers death and deception all around him.
Several heroes fought each other on the big screen this year -- but no one died. That doesn't mean heroes haven't killed other heroes before.
There have been some great comic moments over the years. These aren't those moments. Here are 15 times our favorite superheroes left us saying WTF?!
The wayward son of Professor Charles Xavier is one of the most powerful mutants on the planet; here is what he can do.
Neil Gaiman's novel American Gods becomes a comic book in 2017 - the same year that the book's TV series adaption hits Starz.
Wally West, aka Kid Flash! There's a lot you might not know about this sidekick turned superhero.
Move over, Ray Palmer. The DC Universe: Rebirth's Justice League of America will include Ryan Choi's version of The Atom.
DC's new Detective Comics has made a hero of the former Batman villain, Clayface - but it saved his greatest moment until now.
Written and drawn by Samurai Jack animator Genndy Tartakovsky, Marvel's Cage! takes Power Man back to his funky 70s roots.
Everyone knows that Batman has one line that he will never cross. He won't ever kill a person... well, except for these 15 times he did.
Some of these costumes are hilarious and insane. See what happens when comics get wise and these characters level up their wardrobe!