Comics Archive

Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez defined an entire generation of DC Comics with his 1982 style guide. Now, you can view the whole thing online.
Writer James Robinson to expand Wanda Maximoff's story in new 'All-New All-Different Marvel' series.
BERSERK manga-ka Kentaro Miura returns with a apocalyptic new series mixing magic with MAD MAX called GIGANTO MAXIA.
The original Night Nurse returns in the haze of SECRET WARS' Battleworld with horror directors Jen & Sylvia Soska.
Bay to lead company of Hollywood screenwriters and comic book artists on OGNs with digital video tie-ins.
Ahead of the collection's release this Wednesday, read the first full issue of JENNIFER BLOOD: BORN AGAIN.
Ron Marz, Ian Edgington & Ariel Medel take Tars Tarkas solo in this week's JOHN CARTER: WARLORD OF MARS #10.
A first look at the new title from a character Ellis describes as "a short guy in a weird helmet who can karate-chop anything to death."
Check out a preview of CYBORG #2 from DC Comics.
There have been a lot of different versions of Batman in the past 70-plus years, and here are our picks for the best.
Check out a preview of PLANTS VS. ZOMBIES #4: GROWN SWEET HOME from Dark Horse.
What caused the undersea power couple to break up? Find out in this preview.
Hitch's heroes return in a preview of this week's JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #3.
There's only one Superman, right? Not so fast, thanks to the miracle of alternate universes. Here's the 10 coolest.
There's a whole new Marvel Universe on the horizon. Here's what we know about it so far.
The comic book series is cancelled, the movie tanked... now's the time for Marvel to save the day.
Looking at how literal the publisher was when it said DCYou would emphasize story rather the "restrictions of continuity."
Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale return to their "color" series with the long-awaited CAPTAIN AMERICA: WHITE.
Check out two new action figure variant covers for SECRET WARS #7 and #8.
An exclusive preview of the first full chapter of Hiroya Oku's INUYASHIKI vol. 1.
Jeff Lemire and Emi Lenox talk about innocence lost and how finding the world's most popular hero dead affects a group of childhood friends.
Check out a preview of Superman #43 from DC Comics.