All-New Batman tracks down his predecessor for some advice in a preview of Scott Snyder & Greg Capullo's BATMAN #43.
In a chat with StarWars.com, Greg Rucka talked about his upcoming mini-series STAR WARS: SHATTERED EMPIRE.
SECRET WARS topped the July charts again, but what Marvel and DC didn't ship may explain why 2015 has its first down sales month.
Check out a preview of Marvel's new flagship title, Invincible Iron Man #1.
Check out a preview of Archaia's LANTERN CITY #4.
John Romita Jr. needed Dan DiDio to remind him 'everyone's not italian' to find his footing on Superman.
Steve Rogers is all tied up as he goes deeper into PLANET HULK.
As well as OMEGA MEN #3, CIVIL WAR #2, BROKEN WORLD #3, BATMAN BEYOND #3, SPIDER-ISLAND #2, THE SPIRIT #2, GUARDIANS OF KNOWHERE #1, BAT-MITE #1 an...
Steve Cummings talks about his Japanese mythological action drama WAYWARD.
And a new "Action Figure" variant for Daredevil by John Tyler Christopher.
Some are new, some are slightly new, and some are based on other popular characters.
Check out a pair of variant covers for THORS #3.
Check out a preview of Secret Wars #5.
The long out-of-print MIRACLEMAN run by Neil Gaiman and Mark Buckingham comes back to life.
An aged Kate Pryde and Wolverine lead the resistance against Robert Kelly in this thematic sequel to "Days of Future Past."
Change isn't always a good thing, especially when it comes to heroes passing the torch.
Tom King talks about the twist with Kyle Rayner, religions, the parallels to STARMAN and #4's guest artist Toby Cypress.
Deadpool artist Mike Hawthorne talks about the book's impending relaunch as part of all-new, all-different Marvel.
As well as JUSTICE LEAGUE: GODS AND MONSTERS - WONDER WOMAN #1 and THE SHADOW #1.
Deadpool and Thanos fight over women -- and Death -- in DEADPOOL VS. THANOS.
Jason Aaron and Russell Dauterman unveil the relaunched book's full cast, including a new fiery character.
Archie Comics has plans for a Broadway musical.
The artist of GREEN LANTERN: REBIRTH returns to the character who's changed quite a bit in the intervening years.
A look ahead and three books debuting this month.