Comics Archive

Villains are amassing in the SUPERMAN titles for something big in 2016, and everyone's out to get the Man of Steel in BATMAN v SUPERMAN.
Will Sliney talks about his and Peter David's new volume of SPIDER-MAN 2099.
As well as advance reviews of BOOK OF DEATH: FALL OF HARBINGER #1 and FROM UNDER MOUNTAINS #1.
EERIE's enigmatic hero returns in a new story by Steven Grant and Paul Gulacy.
She's back and now she's even a full-fledged Avenger. Check out images from next month's THE UNBEATABLE SQUIRREL GIRL #1.
The Caldecott-winning author behind the Oscar-winning Martin Scorsese film takes us through his newest novel.
A new fiction novel about the case of a missing CURT SWAN cover and what people will do to find it.
A look inside the strange interconnected origins of the superhero genre and professional wrestling.
Hal Foster's boy warrior goes on his most exotic adventure yet.
Declan Shalvey's variant cover to the debut issue is revealed.
HACKTIVIST writers Collin Kelly and Jackson Lanzing talk about joining the weekly series.
What secret from Bruce's past is coming back to haunt him and the Robins?
Archie and Veronica are getting hot and heavy, and Jughead wants nothing to do with it.
Superman's ID is out and than means supervillains know where he/Clack Kent live. One group comes calling in this preview of this week's SUPERMAN #44.
How TV Shows affect comic book movies, and which ones do more than others.
"The usual gang of idiots" turns their attention to HGTV, Gordon Ramsey and more in October's issue.
Who's behind the "My lips are sealed" ribbons? Bigby investigates.
Millar is looking for writers and artists for a 2016 anthology.
After years of mental instability, Moon Knight is locked away in an insane asylum.
Marvel returns to the 1990s and the vibrant X-Men era.
Although the fights in the ring are staged, the drama outside is real.
Check out your first look at pages from the upcoming TITANS HUNT.
Who better to lead secret missions than the quietest superhero ever?