After Marcelo Crivela ordered copies of "Avengers: Children's Crusade" banned because of a gay kiss, Brazil's largest newspaper, Folha de S.Paulo, put the smooch on its front page.
Marvel Comics will release "Star Wars: Allegiance," a four-issue mini-series prequel "The Rise of Skywalker," in October.
The first issue to feature the Green Goblin, "The Amazing Spider-Man #14" is worth thousands, unless an angry letter is written on its front and back cover in permanent marker.
In a letter to Lincoln, Nebraska, Mayor Leirion Gaylor Baird, she complained the Nebraska sculpture shows Spidey's "two hands open, painted Red & Black, and formed into Devil Horns."
Brie Larson promotes the Air Force in a new featurette for "Captain Marvel."
A staple character from the "Runaways" comics joins the cast.
Captain Marvel's suit is front and center for the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly.
"Doctor Doom...is he a hero? Is he a villain? It's complicated," says series writer Dan Slott.
The lawsuit claims Jerardo Olivarez coerced Lee into signing power of attorney over to him and had Lee unwittingly buy him a $850,000 condo in West Hollywood.
Who Is The Whizzer? "Jessica Jones" Season 2 spoilers ahead.
A new book, "Slugfest," details the epically petty battles between the creators of Batman and Captain America.
The comics publisher has dealt with several race-related controversies in recent years.