Will there be a Summers brothers reunion on screen with Havok returning for X-MEN: APOCALYPSE?
One-time team on THE PUNISHER comes to do a STAR WARS comics event set between RETURN OF THE JEDI and THE FORCE AWAKENS.
J.G. Jones and Mark Waid's STRANGE FRUIT explores themes of power and hope in 1927 Mississippi.
Archie celebrates 75 issues of SONIC UNIVERSE with eight covers, a plethora of guest stars, two Sonics, and a Chaos Emerald.
The Sharknado hits Riverdale this summer in Archie Vs. Sharknado.
Mike Carey's sci-fi thriller SUICIDE RISK's penultimate issue.
23 covers will be drawn in the style of and feature characters from the DC animated series TEEN TITANS GO!
Rapid-fire reviews of 15 of this week's top books, including eight CONVERGENCE titles.
Guest artist Annapaola Martello joins SUPERNATURAL's Robbie Thompson in SILK issue guest-starring Galactus and Fantastic Four.
DC announces prequel comic to upcoming JUSTICE LEAGUE: GODS & MONSTERS animated movie.
Peter is elected President of Spartax and Colossus vs. Juggernaut for all the marbles...
Two of Image Comics' most visible staffers leave the California-based company.
Charles Soule and Alex Maleev to launch STAR WARS: LANDO in July.
Paul Levitz talk about the new Dr. Fate, and bringing in roots of Brooklyn, Egypt, and Steve Ditko.
The first teaser for the first trailer from one of 2016's most anticipated films.
The Arkham Knight, Rocksteady promises, is a 'brand new villain,' so nobody tell them about these other ten guys.
THE WALKING DEAD co-creator Robert Kirkman signs a deal with Universal Pictures for new projects.
Marvel will finally, officially if it is who we think it is next month...
A look at this week's releases and three major books by Archie, DC and Marvel.
Hawkeye, a.k.a. Kate Bishop, takes aim at being 1602's Robin Hood in an exclusive first look at SECRET WARS JOURNAL #1.
So there's this small art house film opening May 1 called Avengers: Age of Ultron perhaps you've heard something about?
Marvel announces it's added its STAR WARS comic back catalog to the flat-rate Netflix-like Marvel Unlimited service.
Is there more than one new Batman in the DC? Dan Jurgens talks about the new BATMAN BEYOND series debuting in June.
Did DC's big secret for Free Comic Book Day get spoiled early?