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"Wonder Woman 1984" takes a bold chance by easing up on the action to tell a superhero story with a point.
Light on superhero effects and heavy on the ass-kicking, Birds of Prey puts its trust in the indomitable Harley Quinn
At MAL, cosplayers and comic book fans assemble for an erotically charged meetup of masks, muscles, and spandex
A comic-book villain inflicts realistic pain in Todd Phillips' well-made and still-maddening "Joker"
A colorful, kid-sized adventure, "Shazam!" adds a super-powered goofball to the DC Universe
A buff leading man, surface charm, and spectacular visuals can't save James Wan's "Aquaman" from drowning
Maines will join the show's upcoming fourth season as a new reporter at CatCo
Turns out, he's as big a geek as his most avid fans
Vibrant and outspoken, original Wonder Woman Lynda Carter returns to the Kennedy Center to perform songs from her new album.
Tovey teams up with Green Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl and others to stop universe-hopping Nazis
Justice League pits a gaggle of superheroes against a foe that would demolish Earth. And no, it’s not Trump.
Superhero cinema finally welcomes Wonder Woman in a mildly ambitious, action-packed solo feature
Writer says Snagglepuss' sexuality was "so obvious" in his cartoons
Carter brings her acclaimed show, "Long-Legged Woman," back for an encore round