Some returning names, some new ones, and a former contender possibly in a different comic movie role.
In a fairly reputable rumor, Malone will reportedly play Carrie Kelly.
Gibbons will rule the country with an iron fist!
Yes more mutants
There's a Galactus like suit of Iron Man armor melting the Statue of Liberty's head. Nuff said.
Twilight Zone meets The Hills Have Eyes in a short but sweet terror filled excursion to an abandoned nuclear test facility.
Imperial and Mark bond in the desert and Mark learns a little bit about great power and great responsibility (all without losing an uncle!).
70s Japanese television series… er… rebooted for the 21st Century.
Amazing X-Men #12, Avengers & X-Men: Axis #3, Cyclops #6, She-Hulk #9, Amazing Spider-Man #8, All-New Invaders #11
From Russian spy to Japanese cyborg squad leader?
Star Wars characters appear youthful on these Skottie Young variant covers.
You didn't think a little thing like death was gonna stop Ol' Wolvie from appearing in comic books, did you?
Real or Jedi mind trick? **Possible Spoilers**
Another day, another rehashed event teaser from the House of [Old] Ideas.
Ee chee wa maa!
At last, more Pacific Rim sequel news!!!!
Ron Howard and Chris Hemsworth reunite to tell real-life inspiration for Herman Melville's Moby Dick.
We know ABC will be re-airing the pilot episode of the series. Well now here's our first look at our favorite Sith Lord showing up in it.
Meet the hungry little pup Winston.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
This truly will be remembered as the greatest mainstream mini-series of our time.
The book tells a story about conspiracy theories... OR DOES IT?!
A look back at the comic references and Easter eggs from last night's episode.
The company announced plans to reduce costs by $200 million annually.
Your weekly look at the week that was in comics starting the week of Wednesday October 8, 2014.
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This week on View from the Gutters we discuss Swamp Thing, by Brian K. Vaughan, with art by Roger Petersen and Giuseppe Camuncoli.
Warner Bros. To Continue Milking Harry Potter Cash Cow With Trilogy Based On Hogwarts' Textbook Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them.By Juan Cena in News with Benefits on October 15, 2014
First film in new trilogy of film set in the Harry Potter universe to be released in 2016, with J.K. Rowling as screenwriter.
See? More Doctor Strange rumors.
Spoiler alert for the $4.99 Death of Wolverine #4 - Wolverine dies. There, now you don't have to buy it!