Comics Archive

DC announced two new EARTH ONE series at the "Meet the Co-Publishers" panel Sunday morning at Comic-Con.
J. Michael Straczynski announced a new FLASH: EARTH ONE series for 2016.
UDON announces STREET FIGHTER UNLIMITED.
Oni Press announces three new titles at Comic-Con International: San Diego.
Red 5 Comics to publish series based on Bryan Singer's THE USUAL SUSPECTS.
Jason Aaron & Kieron Gillen talk about the upcoming crossover event where Luke, Leia, Han & The Rebellion corner Darth Vader on his own, and attack.
Maxwell Lord leads a trio of villains being brought into CBS' SUPERGIRL series.
Originally a Wally West foe, the third of the Reverse-Flashes will be Barry's big adversary in Season 2.
He's met the Punisher, Predator and KISS, so why the hell not?
Warner Bros. Television and The CW debuted an image showing off Oliver Queen's new duds for the fourth season of ARROW.
Creators from MIDNIGHTER, BATGIRL, BLACK CANARY, GRAYSON and more talk about these heroes in the new DCU.
BOOM! break the script of publisher panels and delve into a discussion about industry changes inside comic books.
Hot on the heels of a new deal with DC, Milestone Media talks about its rejuvenated company's plans.
Here's the next big G.I. JOE: A Real American Hero story arc.
During SDCC's "Cup O' Joe" panel, Marvel announced a line of variant covers in October based on Jack Kirby monsters.
Marvel launches first STAR WARS crossover event with DARTH VADER and the core STAR WARS title.
Marvel CCO Joe Quesada leads a discussion on Marvel's current and upcoming titles.
During a panel at SDCC, Morrison revealed work on two new series at DC.
Grant Morrison talks about the recent MULTIVERSITY series and more DC projects past and future
Marvel conceded Hall H to Warner Bros. Saturday at Comic-Con to showcase next year's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice & Suicide Squad and they di...
DC's Dark Knight comes to Comic-Con, as the creators of BATMAN and the All-New Batman Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo and more talk.
DC and Milestone jointly announced that Static Shock and other Milestone characters would return to DC in a new universe.
DC's humorous hero titles get a chance to shine, with creators from HARLEY QUINN, BIZARRO and BAT-MITE.