Our picks for the greatest comic book inspired costumes of San Diego Comic-Con!
CraveOnline takes you onto the convention floor with exclusive footage of all the best cosplay and exclusive interviews with the cosplayers.
Since when has Harry been an anime schoolgirl?
Our picks for the stories that may have slipped under the radar at Comic-Con!
Star Lord, Gamora, Drax and Rocket get their own show as Marvel and Disney launch a new franchise.
Cosplay is all the rage. Here’s why, to me, it’s just rage.
Kassianides lands a major recurring role in the upcoming second season.
The Firestorm villainess is going up against DC’s scarlet speedster… and possibly Firestorm himself.
He says there’s still “some stones left unturned”.
Whoever won Comic-Con 2014, it’s the fans who lost. Most Craved looks back at a disappointing year. Most Craved looks back at the highlights and lowlights.
An arrest has been made as the San Diego Harbor Police confirm that the attack took place.
Ramirez will portray Ted Grant as another DC superhero shows up in Starling City.
We have a little… but not much. What is the story? CraveOnline muses on the frustrating publicity machine, and then speculates our own Superman story.
Lucy topped the box office, Wonder Woman’s turning heads and Painkiller Jane’s on the way. Here are ten more female superhero movies Hollywood needs to do.
Lonsdale Street’s All Star Comics claimed the title at this year’s Eisner Awards.
CraveOnline presents the 15 most unforgettable video interviews of Comic-Con 2014, featuring Mike Tyson, George R.R. Martin, Ben Kingsley and more.
Some announcements, footage or costume revelations never came from certain studios at Comic-Con 2014. Find out which ones really stung.
The moment SDCC ended, opportunists flocked to eBay to sell off the exclusive wares that they had access to.
Darth Vader and Princess Leia headline their own stories, as Jason Aaron and John Cassaday take on the original Star Wars characters.
Comic-Con 2014 is over, but what have we really learned? CraveOnline explains what the big movie news means to everyone who couldn’t make it to San Diego.