A new TV spot for Bryan Singer's X-Men: Days of Future Past has been released, and as well as some epic new shots of Wolverine battling a Sentinel, we also get to see Toad in action and Hank McCoy undergo a Hulk-like transformation into Beast. Hit the jump to check it out!
First picture of Turbine and WBIE Games videogame spin off comic Infinite Crisis: For The Multiverse, plus info just past the jump...
20th Century Fox have never really capitalised in the popularity of the X-Men with a wide range of toys and merchandise, but we can at least look forward to Diamond Select's X-Men: Days of Future Past Marvel Minimates, and you can get a first look at them right here... Check it out!
Well, the roars anyway! We had no reason to believe the original Incredible Hulk actor wouldn't be back to provide the voice of the Green Goliath in Joss Whedon's sequel, but while at WonderCon Lou Ferrigno confirmed his return.
The next Savage Wolverine arc won't see the artist taking on writing duties like Frank Cho, Jock and Phil Jiminiez all did, but it's hard to complain too much when Batgirl's Gail Simone will be teaming up with Neil Edwards! Hit the jump for a first look at Savage Wolverine #19.
While they still have a number of projects in development (including The Amazing Spider-Man 3), Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci are set to part ways in order to build their own separate careers as directors. Kurtzman will tackle Venom, while Orci is said to be keen on Star Trek 3...
The hit HBO George RR Martin's Game of Thrones comic book adventures continue. Check out the new cover and pages for issue 20 just past the jump...
The latest episode of DC All Access is here, in which Tiffany and Blair head to WonderCon, giving us a trailer for a new multiplayer feature coming to the mobile version of Injustice: Gods Among Us. There's also a look at the season finale of Teen Titans Go and much more after the jump.
The Amazing Spider-man 2 Google Chat recently finished and Sevenwebheads of youtube fame asked the cast some questions and surprisingly Marc Webb is a fan! Check it out...
Dark Horse Comics Ania Solo and bounty hunters, what more could you want from a Star Wars comic? Description, cover and fresh pages right here...
In preparation for Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Cinema Sins have decided to rip apart the first ever live action Spider-Man film directed by Sam Raimi. Hit the jump to check it out!
Disney boss Alan Horn has revealed that the new batch of Star Wars flicks could revert to their original May release dates. That means we'd (potentially) get a Star Wars movie, Captain America 3 and Batman VS. Superman all in the same month in 2016.
To celebrate the Caped Crusader's 75th anniversary, DC will give him some much needed exposure when they spotlight the Dark Knight on 21 of their covers this July. These variant covers will feature artwork from the likes of Jim Steranko, Kevin Nowlan, Walt Simonson, Cliff Chiang and many more.
TV Guide have scooped some plot details for the upcoming season finale of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. The description teases revelations about Sky's true parentage, among other things. Click on for more.
Showtime has released a batch of promotional photos from the pilot episode of their upcoming "psycho sexual" horror series, Penny Dreadful. See new snaps of the main cast, including Eva Greene, Josh Hartnett, Tomothy Dalton and Harry Treadway, after the jump.
"Should old acquaintance be forgot..." Some brand new stills have hit following the launch trailer for the latest DLC pack for Arkham Origins, titled Cold, Cold Heart. The stills feature Mr. Freeze, Nora Fries, Batman's latest suit, as well as a returning character from the main game. Check it Out!
Director Gareth Edwards (Monsters) and writer Max Borenstein (Seventh Son) talk in detail about the grounded tone of their upcoming Godzilla reboot, commenting on making the monster an "anti-hero" of sorts. Hit the jump to check it out!
In an all new adventure, Batman takes on Mr Freeze for the first time in Arkham Origins: Cold, Cold Heart. Check out the launch trailer, released by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Warner Bros. Games Montreal, here.
It's Superman vs Doomsday again (!) in Scott Lobdell (X-Men) and Ed Benes' (Action Comics) Superman #30. How will the last son of Krypton fare this time against the monster?
Arthur Curry's further NEW 52 adventures continue and now with a certain neo-God turning up to make his life even more complicated. Cover, variant MAD Magazine cover and preview pages past the jump...