• Comic Con Jul 22

    Woodland Hills Teens Create Cardboard Superheroes

    Connor and Bauer Lee from Woodland Hills created the non-profit Cardboard Superheroes, which will be featured at Comic-Con @ Home. 

  • Comic Con Jul 22

    Woodland Hills Teens Create a Universe of Cardboard Superheroes

    It all started with a cardboard box. Woodland Hills brothers Connor and Bauer Lee, 15 and 13, combined their love for superheroes and passion for art to create Cardboard Superheroes, a non-profit to promote youth arts. The duo teamed up with Comic-Con Museum@Home to teach people how to make miniature models through YouTube tutorials. Cardboard Superheroes will also be featured…

  • Spider-Man Jul 2, 2019

    5 Things You May Not Know About Tom Holland

    “Spider-Man: Far From Home” opens this weekend. Tom Holland is the third actor to portray the friendly neighborhood superhero in a major motion picture. Here are five things you may not know about Holland.

  • NBC News Jul 27, 2018

    Superhero Masks Empower Young Cancer Patients

    At the Proton Therapy Center in St. Louis, Missouri cancer is in for a fight. It’s not 11-year-old William Cosby lying on the patient table, it’s the Black Panther. Child Life Specialist Hannah Heimos wanted to empower kids who have to wear masks during proton therapy.

  • Southern California Jun 4, 2018

    Superhero Julian: Family Will Donate Son's Tumor to Science

    A little Southern California superhero – who would show up to his chemo treatments and to his classroom dressed as different Marvel and DC Comics heroes — is still fighting to stay alive. He’s also fighting back against his own Kryptonite — a tumor — and when he dies he will keep fighting, donating his tumor to science to help...

  • Jun 1, 2018

    Superhero Boy Fights Cancerous Tumor

    Julian has been fighting his nemesis for years, and even after death he will continue to battle the evil, by donating his tumor to science to stop it from hurting other children. John Cadiz Klemack reports for the NBC4 News at 4 Thursday, May 31, 2018.

  • South Korea Feb 7, 2018

    What Superpower Would Olympians Want to Have?

    The ability to fly? Turn invisible? Super strength? Members of Team USA share what superpowers they would love to have, and also what their kryptonite would be.

  • Los Angeles Sep 18, 2017

    300 Drones Light Up Night Sky Over Downtown LA

    To celebrate the Blu-ray release of “Wonder Woman,” 300 drones flew over downtown Los Angeles in an illuminated, choreographed art show creating some stunning visuals. Patty Jenkins has signed on to direct the sequel, and the deal will make her the highest-paid female director of all time.

  • Captain Aug 10, 2017

    A Look Under the Masks of Hollywood Boulevard Street Performers

    Welcome to the superhero world of Hollywood Boulevard, where just about every caped crusader you’ve seen in comic books or on film is busy posing for photos with tourists. While the Hollywood we see in movies is a place of glamour and beautiful celebrities, the cast of superheroes filling Hollywood Boulevard is frequently anything but. Many are people struggling to...

  • Comic Con Jul 24, 2017

    The 5 Weirdest Panels Listed in the Comic-Con Guidebook

    Comic-Con is full of panels that feature beloved actors and exclusive sneak peaks at footage of upcoming movies and shows, but there are also quite a few Klingon-eyebrow-raising ones in the mix. Here are five of the weirdest panels at San Diego Comic-Con this weekend.

  • San Diego Jul 22, 2017

    The Costumes of Comic-Con

    One of the key attractions at any Comic-Con is the fan-made costumes. NBC talked to a few attendees about what inspired their look and how much it cost to put it all together.

  • San Diego Jul 22, 2017

    Comic-Con: The Hall H Line Survival Guide

    The famed Hall H at Comic-Con is where all the biggest and most exciting panels happen, and fans line up overnight just to get a chance to get a glimpse of some of their favorite stars or creators. Here is everything you need to know to survive the wait.

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