Artist Gene Ha has designed a new poster for NBC's Constantine just for Comic Retailers, which arrives with a new sneak peek.
A fateful bolt of lighting turns CSI investigator Barry Allen into the supersonic hero known as The Flash in the premiere episode City of Heroes.
Andrew Adamson is directing an adaptation of Breath of Bones, which follows a rabbi who builds a Golem creature to defeat the Nazis.
Fox has handed out a put pilot order for the DC Comics title Lucifer, which will be written by Californication creator Tom Kapinos.
Captain America 2 directors answer the question of whether or not Marvel Comics exist within the movies, and the repercussions of that idea.
Someone is losing part of their body, but who is walking away from The Walking Dead Season 5 an amputee?
It's believed that Smallville writer Michael Green is attached to write and produce a potential Supergirl series that DC is pitching.
The CW teases DC Comics' New 52 with a photo of Grant Gustin in costume as The Flash, with just 52 more days to go until the premier.
James Gunn reveals that Peter Quill's father in Guardians of the Galaxy is definitely not the same character as in the comic books, J'son.
Evan Daugherty has signed with 20th Century Fox to adapt BOOM! Studios comic book adaptation The Foundation.
Marvel Studios, Warner Bros/DC, 20th Century Fox and Sony have mapped out ambitious slates, through 2020, but is it too much?
DC and Monster Cereal have teamed up for a series of exclusive illustrations on each box of Boo Berry, Count Chocula and Franken Berry this Halloween.
The Library, a spin-off of Zenoscope's Grimm Fairy Tales comics, follows teenage siblings who are transported into the worlds of various library books.
Three new comic books from Marvel will be a part of the movie cannon as Star Wars, Darth Vader and Princess Leia debut in 2015.
Directors Jane and Sylvia Soska are on board to direct Painkiller Jane, centering on a cop with an incredibly high pain tolerance.
Sgt. Bette Sans Souci was given the ability to turn any object into a bomb after the Central City explosion in The Flash.
Dwayne Johnson has confirmed that he is joining the DC Cinematic Universe, but Warner Bros. is still trying to get the screenplay just right.