Tom Cruise as Iron Man? Christopher Walken as Superman? It almost happened. Seriously.
A detailed preview inside PRINCESS LEIA #1 by Mark Waid and Terry Dodson.
An exclusive preview of THE WOODS #11 by James Tynion IV and Michael Dialynas.
Hot on the heels of DC leaving NYC, Marvel plays up its NYC roots in a set of 15 variant covers for later this year.
NEXTWAVE alum Elsa Bloodstone fights Marvel Zombies in a newly announced SECRET WARS tie-in series.
Fourteen years after the Image series came to a sudden halt, Madureira returns to finish what he started with his new video game company.
Lee Bermejo talks about launching his first ongoing series as writer and artist.
We look through DC's history for 10 more stories to make into animated features, including a couple of surprises.
The DC and Marvel alum returns to DC after two years working as Editor-In-Chief of digital comics company Madefire.
Reviews of Spider-Gwen #1, Batman #39, Darth Vader #2, Gotham Academy #5, Amazing Spider-Man #15, Catwoman #39, Uncanny Avengers #2 and the Black H...
"Something very, very, very different, with different characters and different threats, and a different landscape" is coming to BATMAN.
LEGENDARY STAR-LORD's Sam Humphries to write Marvel's newest power couple heading into SECRET WARS.
The “Vader and Son” creator brings us more Not-Transformers parody than any sane person can handle
An exclusive first look inside the new UNCANNY INHUMANS series by the creative team of DEATH OF WOLVERINE.
With SECRET WARS rapidly approaching, Newsarama looks at prior Marvel crossovers that made a dent in the overall Marvel Universe.
Brenden Fletcher, Becky Cloonan and Karl Kerschl talk to us about connecting the series to the BATMAN mythos heading into the CONVERGENCE break.
Dirk Manning talks about his and Sean Damoose's new TALES OF MR. RHEE series, KARMAGEDDON.
The artist who rose to fame with GREEN ARROW signs an exclusive deal with Marvel
Advance reviews of three new series -- CURB STOMP, THE BLACK HOOD, and MISTER X: RAZED -- scheduled to debut February 25.
Andrew MacClean's OGN ApocalyptiGirl and a new take on dystopian fiction.