After The Flash makes his appearance, these are the DC heroes and villains who should drop by “Arrow” in the future.
Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting continue their stellar love letter to 1960s espionage stories.
Big things are afoot with the Venom symbiote – will it leave Flash Thompson for good?
Wonder Woman will finally appear in a feature film, but with Zack Snyder at the helm, we have a LOT to worry about.
This book reads like stereo instructions for installing audio equipment into God’s basement.
The Fast and Furious star has been cast opposite Henry Cavill and Ben Affleck in Batman vs. Superman.
The next phase in the Marvel universe begins with the radical redefinition of what it means to be an Inhuman.
Most Craved: So is Paul Giamatti driving that thing?
“I have a feeling there’s going to be a double dip special edition of The Wolverine.”
The Doctor has teamed up with Oscar Wilde, Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane in a western free-for-all.
The grandfather of all zombies comes to Marvel with a new series involving zombies vs. vampires.
The Avengers tech-squad teams up with the Uncanny Avengers to deal with a flight to the future.
Crave Online has the latest scoop on who you’ll see in Marvel’s upcoming traveling arena stage show spectacular.
Once, there were only yellow boxes. Then white boxes were added. Then they left. Why’d they leave?
Last season on “Arrow,” Dinah Lance (Alex Kingston) returned to Starling City and reunited with her estranged husband, Quentin Lance (Paul Blackthorne) and their daughter, Laurel (Katie Cassidy). At the time, Dinah had the crazy idea that her daughter, Sara had somehow survived the shipwreck that nearly killed Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell). That idea doesn’t […]
The Avengers are now superstars throughout the galaxy, but what does that mean for life on Earth?
You have any collectible enthusiasts on your Xmas list? Here’s some stuff they might dig.
The Governor tries to take the prison by force, as Rick’s group attempts to withstand the onslaught.
Still slightly bewildered by the whole thing, I’m afraid.
It’s time for a Thanksgiving feast of comic book goodness – come join us at the table, won’t you?