Coulson must protect his ex-girlfriend from a dangerous man as Ward infiltrates the Providence base.
The Dark Knight gets his own themed month of variant covers as industry legends render the Batman.
The iconic characters from “The Avengers” TV series return to comics this summer.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 may be one of the most talked about movies of 2014, but only five things matter to CraveOnline.
The Teen Titans stage their final battle against N.O.W.H.E.R.E. as Raven comes to a surprising conclusion.
Amazing Spider-Man producer Avi Arad says he won’t even consider an Avengers crossover movie until he’s ‘run out of ideas.’
Bill Paxton calls Into the Storm ‘the spiritual sequel to Twister’ and teases the final episodes of Agents of SHIELD’s first season.
Tried to shake off the symptoms of RoS, but it just stays with you.
Screenwriter Simon Kinberg describes the Rogue scene that was cut from X-Men: Days of Future Past and his original plans for the Dark Phoenix Saga.
It’s Batman vs. Batman as “Batman Beyond” returns for the 75th Anniversary of the franchise.
Dynamite announces a pulp heroes team up book and special 10th anniversary plans.
Sony is banking on Amazing Spider-Man 2 to join the illustrious $1 Billion Club, of which only 18 films are members. But can they do it?
Deathstroke follows Oliver home as Laurel considers revealing the identity of the Arrow.
DC unveils its third weekly series this year as the future of the Earth 2 franchise reconnects with the New 52.
The one and only Spider-Man takes back his life and challenges the entire Goblin Nation.
Caity Lotz describes the details of playing an android in the sci-fi thriller The Machine and the stunts and fight training on the TV series ‘Arrow.’
The team looks for allies as Coulson starts to unravel. Meanwhile, Ward’s loyalties come into focus.
Will Batman’s son, Damian Wayne come back from the dead?
Channing Tatum has already met with the X-Men producers about playing Gambit, one of their most popular mutants. But his accent is ‘crappy at the moment.’
Dan Slott and Ramón Pérez revisit Peter Parker’s earliest days as Spider-Man.