Comics Archive

The New 52 is out as a brand, "story will trump continuity" and the new direction is emphasizing diversity and broad appeal.
Fabian Nicieza doesn't mince words when it comes to one of this goals for the two-issue CONVERGENCE series - rehabbing Roy Harper. And enjoying Don...
The top things Marvel undo, rejig, retcon and restore from their past.
Brian Bendis likely has two slots to fill on his Marvel schedule. We put out thinking caps on and try to figure out what he does next.
Like a PHOENIX, Marvel returns to the weekday morning talk show as they continue to roll out SECRET WARS-related titles.
The Dark Lord of the Sith returns home in search of the Rebels.
Justin Jordan & Ariela Kristantina's astronaut action drama nears the end of its first story.
J. Michael Straczynski returns to talk the third volume of SUPERMAN: EARTH ONE.
Once its most popular character -- and the highest selling title in all of comics in 1997 -- is dying this Wednesday.
G. Willow Wilson continues her X-Men run with with story as Ororo battles the supervillain 'claustrophobia.'
New Super-powers, new space event, new STAR WARS stories, and new Richard Corben.
The Red Circle heroes see stories from the 1980s, 1990s and new ones coming to most major digital platforms.
Marvel locks down Bendis as the creator celebrates 15th year with the company.
The writer talks about the seemingly far-fetched concept of launching vampires into space, the life-cycle of the AMVAMP series and its future.
Marvel launches second SECRET WARS tie-in anthology series, focused on eccentric creator-driven stories.
Heroes of space meets the mutant race in this crossover between the Guardians of the Galaxy, the X-Men, and mroe.
Matt Hawkins leads a new creator-owned series into the world of a town full of criminals who discover one of their few laws being broken: murder.
A married Superman with red trunks is back (along with a pregnant Lois), for 2 months anyway, but is there any chance they make a come back in the ...
Doctor Who wins fan-voting contest for LEGO set.
Bendis clarifies his plans for the previously announced UNCANNY X-MEN #600 with his departure from it and ALL-NEW X-MEN.
Marvel sets up 20 variant covers featuring Howard The Duck across its comic line in April.
Superman's new power & costume aren't the ONLY significant developments in this week's issue. Check out two more surprising events.