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A new post-mortem on BATMAN v SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSATICE purports to know how Warner Bros. is trying to right the DC Comics Cinematic Universe ship.
The fathers of Seattle grunge rock's ‘Do The Evolution’ music video inspires an art book.
REBIRTH Separates SUPERMAN from CLARK KENT and introduces several more versions of the iconic hero. But is it too much of a good thing?
Dead No More? Not for the X-Men it seems.
REBIRTH ain't just for DC superheroes anymore, it seems.
Sergio Aragones and Mark Evanier's iconic cartoon barbarian returns to take on the Gods themselves in a new Dark Horse seris.
Why the !@#$% didn’t anyone think of this before?
Hope Larson and Brittney Williams' 16-year-old super sleuth is on the case.
Face it Tiger, you just hit the armored super-heroine.
A new spin on Chris Claremont and Bill Sienkiewicz's X-MEN ANNUAL #6.
It's a midnight madness at some retailers on May 25.
Including work never seen in the United States.
March monthly comic books sales were up slightly in dollars and off significantly in units compared to 2015, but big graphic novel gains made up th...
Also, an update on the next UMBRELLA ACADEMY series.
She was the first Superwoman, and now may be the next one.
The publisher is putting a new spin on an old event concept later this year with Jack Kirby's KAMANDI.
The former MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE frontman (and DC Intern) gets his own imprint at DC.
If for some reason you didn't follow - intentional or otherwise - the "New 52," we catch you up with the goings on for major DC characters before R...
Spinning out of AVENGERS: STANDOFF! is an all-new, all-different Thunderbolts.
Haspiel creates a personal superhero story that flips the script on the BREAKING BAD formula, opting for BREAKING GOOD.
As well as SPIDER-WOMEN: ALPHA #1, JUSTICE LEAGUE: DARKSEID WAR SPECIAL, STAR WARS: POE DAMERON #1, ROUGH RIDERS #1, DETECTIVE COMICS #51, DISCIPLI...