Marvel’s Adding ‘Post-Credits’ Scenes to Its Comics, Despite the Fact That’s Totally Not How Comics Work

Look, I get it. Marvel Studios popularised the “post-credits” tease that leaves us all sitting in our cinema seats a lot longer than we should. Marvel Comics would love that sort of hypemongering and attention focused on their comics, so it makes sense to include some shocking last page reveals. But for the love of god, don’t actually call them “post-credits scenes.” Read More >>

The Most Essential Episodes of Justice League and Justice League Unlimited

In a week, the Justice League will finally unite on the big screen. It’s far from the first time DC’s finest have gathered outside of the comics, and if the live-action has anything to live up to, it’s the beloved animated series and its continuation, Unlimited. Want to binge-watch to get in the justice mood? Here’s the best of both series. Read More >>

DC Has Fired Editor Eddie Berganza Over Claims of Sexual Harassment

Over the weekend, DC Comics suspended group editor Eddie Berganza after BuzzFeed published a report with interviews from multiple women accusing Berganza of having sexually harassed them while working for the comics publisher. Today, DC announced that it had officially let Berganza go. Read More >>

Wentworth Miller Is Leaving the Arrowverse

Captain Cold’s reign of frosty terror is being put on ice. Actor Wentworth Miller, who’s played Leonard Snart on multiple seasons of The Flash and also on Legends of Tomorrow over the past few years, has announced that he’s currently filming his final episodes as the character. Read More >>

For the Last Time, Aquaman’s Weapon in Justice League Is Not His Trident

Aquaman has emerged as one of the great hopes for Warner Bros.’ upcoming Justice League film. This Arthur Curry likes to drink and not cut his hair and fight with weapons that have more than three tines! Suffice to say, this Aquaman is a far cry from his comics counterpart. Read More >>

The Justice League Clips Just Keep on Coming

It’s only a couple of weeks until the theatrical release of Warner Bros. and DC’s moonshot ensemble superhero flick. And this weekend they’ve decided to really go all in with new clips. If you’re afraid of spoilers, now might be a good time to go on a media blackout. But if you’re curious, look no further. Read More >>

Batman and the Scooby-Doo Gang Are Teaming Up Again for a New Movie

Roly reunion, Raggy! The not-so-Dark Knight from Batman: The Brave and the Bold and the Mystery, Incorporated crew will be crashing into each other’s lives once more, decades after their first onscreen meeting. More importantly: THE QUESTION WILL BE THERE, TOO. Read More >>

Zachary Levi Will Play DC’s Shazam

Zachary Levi, best known for NBC’s Chuck and a small role in Marvel’s Thor films, has just been cast as Shazam. Read More >>

We Finally Know What the Black Panther Was Up to Before Captain America: Civil War

As frustrating as the Black Panther’s absence in the Marvel Cinematic Universe up until Captain America: Civil War might have been, it makes plenty of sense when you remember that as a rule, the nation of Wakanda keeps to itself while the rest of the world gets caught up in global drama. Read More >>

The New Mutants Was Conceived as Part of a Trilogy of Mutant Horror Films

It’s not uncommon for creators to plan out entire story arcs and sequels in advance, so it’s not ever a surprise to hear that a director has an idea for a sequel to their film. But Josh Boone’s conception of his New Mutants film is intriguing. Read More >>

The X-Men’s Next Team up Will be With Venom of All People

X-Men and Inhumans. X-Men and Avengers. Crossovers are an obvious fit for the ragtag band of mutants. But I can’t say I’ve ever seen this one before. Read More >>

Are Catwoman and Batman Finally Tying the Knot?

Certain people just can’t seem to stay apart for too long. Batman and Catwoman have been entangled in a romantic game of cat and mouse (bat?) for decades now, but in this week’s Batman #32, penned by Tom King, Selina Kyle has finally decided whether she wants to marry Bruce Wayne. Read More >>

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How the Star Trek: Discovery Comic Will Reveal New Things About the Klingons Without Screwing Up Canon

The Klingons of Star Trek have a long, storied history of having their long, storied history explored and evolved every time we see them. Star Trek: Discovery’s take on them is no different, but these new Klingons have been shrouded in mystery. Until now, that is, thanks to the new Discovery comic. Read More >>

Len Wein, Co-Creator of Wolverine and Editor of Watchmen, Dies at 69

Len Wein, the comic book writer and editor who co-created DC’s Swamp Thing and edited Watchmen, has passed away. Read More >>

This Doomsday Clock Comic Cover Is Almost Certainly Alan Moore’s Worst Nightmare

Alan Moore’s distaste for DC’s ownership of his and Dave Gibbons’ work on Watchmen is widely known at this point—and considering the fact that neither Moore or Gibbons were contacted for the characters’ use in Rebirth, that distaste is still very real today. This new comic cover is unlikely to help smooth things over for Moore at least, either. Read More >>