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The comic book & animation vet partners with Jason Adam Katzenstein for a Miyazaki-style kid horror book.
Newsarama once again consults its crystal ball (A.K.A. intense comic book knowledge) to predict the still unrevealed title and plot of WOLVERINE 3.
As well as STAR WARS #18, BATMAN #51, MS. MARVEL #6, BATGIRL #51, ULTIMATES #6, BLACK CANARY #11, SPIDER-WOMAN #6, SUPERMAN/WONDER WOMAN #28, ALL-N...
20th Century Fox may not participate in any major media presentations at Comic-Con International: San Diego anymore.
TOM KING discusses the tragic end of VISION's solo series.
The writer and editor behind Steve Rogers' return to his dress red-white-and-blues in CAPTAIN AMERICA: STEVE ROGERS.
Check out a preview of CAPTAIN AMERICA: STEVE ROGERS #1 from Marvel Comics.
Revitalizing the title's historic numbering and also reuniting Batman with his (in another universe) one-time protege and successor.
A new MOSAIC teaser has surfaced, and with it, another piece of the puzzle.
In an announcement in which the word "exclusive" is not used, DC announced Williamson will launch a new Vertigo title while 'creating comic book co...
CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR makes strides for Marvel Studios.
"The Batmobile lost a wheel..." gets a new verse in this flashback origin from RED HOOD & THE OUTLAWS: REBIRTH #1.
And the Thunderbolts' new mission explained.
Comcast acquires an animation company, with strong comic book assets.
Is Spider-Man a child soldier in Marvel's CIVIL WAR?
Wolverine's last stand is busy adding cast members. Latest to join the fray is said to be the co-creator of BBC's THE OFFICE.
A new QUASAR debuted this week. Spoiler alert: She's a lady! Here are ten more female heroes who inherited their codenames from male characters.
Calling for the death of the 'death of the superhero movie' articles.
Plus, is Acroyear Star-Lord's father? The theory isn't as crazy as it sounds.
A former DC employee speaks out about alleged harassment by a 24 year DC Comics veteran.
Marvel's Celestial Madonna takes shape in a new image from director James Gunn.
Every now and then, you just have to wonder if Frank Miller doesn’t just enjoy seeing Superman punished.