As Marvel’s SHIELD falls apart in the wake of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, competitor DC Entertainment has announced a new ongoing comic series recasting Dick Grayson, the former Robin, as an agent of the mysterious organization known as Spyral.
When Infinite Crisis — Warner Interactive’s video game that features alternate versions of the DC Entertainment characters drawn from throughout a number of parallel Earths — officially launches (It is currently available in beta mode), it won’t be alone; DC has announced a tie-in comic series will launch digitally to accompany the game.
The studio has picked up Superior, the comic book limited series written by Mark Millar and drawn by Leinil Francis Yu, for an adaptation to be produced by Matthew Vaughn.
The comic centers on a popular and athletic 12-year-old boy who loses his social life when he is stricken by multiple sclerosis. One night, an alien monkey grants the boy one wish and he chooses to become his favorite superhero, a Superman-like character named Superior.
Oliver Queen's (Stephen Amell) world may be unraveling on Arrow, but not everything in Starling City is doom and gloom.
Slade Wilson (Manu Bennett) and Roy Harper (Colton Haynes) are victims, to varying degrees, of the powerful Mirakuru serum – the former five years running, the latter mere weeks. But as island Oliver discovers in a scene exclusive to The Hollywood Reporter from this week's episode, "The Man Under the Hood," there may be a way out -- courtesy of Dr. Ivo (Dylan Neal).
The erotic romance book Fifty Shades of Grey is infamous for its scenes involving bondage, sadism and masochism, but the most troublesome literary content in 2013 was language like pee-pee, poopy, wedgie and Dr. Diaper.
Those are some of the favorite words in the children's fiction book The Adventures of Captain Underpants, which was named the most frequently challenged book for the second consecutive year by the American Library Association.
WGN America is looking to DC Comics' Vertigo imprint as it bolsters its development slate.
The cable network, which will bow its first original scripted series on Sunday, has put in development an adaptation of Scalped from DC Entertainment's Vertigo imprint, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Scapled is described as a crime noir set on a Native American reservation. Banshee's Doug Jung will pen the script and executive produce the Warner Horizon Television drama.
Literally years in the making, it’s finally been confirmed that The Multiversity — a nine-part series created by writer Grant Morrison exploring parallel worlds and incarnations of the DC Universe superheroes — will finally launch this August.
Venom may not be the only alien symbiote to appear in the planned Amazing Spider-Man spin-off, according to producers Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach. Turns out the Daily Bugle Tumblr site may be teasing more than just Amazing Spider-Man 2 after all…
Adding fuel to the fires of hope that lurk within the hearts of many a science fiction fan, Harrison Ford has expressed an openness to the possibility of appearing in a sequel to Ridley Scott classic Blade Runner.