Comics Archive

Valiant's team-up book will end in a showdown between its title characters with June’s #23.
Comparing Marvel’s 2014 summer event against INFINITY, CIVIL WAR, and other recent crossovers.
The writer talks about this first ongoing series post-FABLES - an Image series about magic making a very sudden return to the real world.
Here's an early look at July's ACTION COMICS, the continuation of the DOOMED story arc and looking like a full-on transformation of Superman.
All four writers of the Gold Key revival books in one big interview reveal secrets and tell why each of their books is the best of the bunch.
Take a look at some of the individual wielders of the yellow light of fear that you can play during the War of Light event.
Take an exclusive look at two IDW/Hasbro titles shipping April 23, 2014.
Batman Beyond is back in action thanks to an animated short by Darwyn Cooke for the 75th Anniversary of Batman.
The one-shot of course coincides with the release of the August feature film. Check out details plus preview interior pages.
They're after Jean Grey again (that girl can't get a break). Check out these pages from the May issue.
IDW Publishing is bringing back The Next Generation's Q - but to the new Star Trek Movie universe.
Dynamite's latest license is with Ubisoft as they bring Splinter Cell to comics!
Every preview for Marvel titles on sale April 23, 2014 including ELEKTRA #1, GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #14, and ORIGINAL SIN #0.
It's the new industry buzzphrase, the "Mega Franchise," and we have ten things Fox can do to move the X-Men into that category.
James Tynion IV answers our questions BATMAN ETERNAL, how ROBIN RISING & GRAYSON and reveals he's not longer writing NIGHTWING #30.
Here's a nice big look at the covers to May's THE NEW 52: FUTURES END #2 through 4.
Take a look at our bite-sized reviews of this weeks books!
Take a look behind-the-scenes of the newest X-Men movie with three new videos.
Take a look into the future with Dark Horse Comics and their summer lineup.
Alfred gives Damian a sword and he goes about pruning Wayne Manor's grounds in this scene from the animated movie debuting May 6.
Warren Ellis is spearheading the relaunch of the Superpowers line at Dynamite Entertainment.
The cover implies quitting, the solicitation copy implies worse. Check out this exclusive preview to see if the first 4 pages offer a clue.
The two writers join forces about Castle’s military background and American soldiers’ real-life admiration of the skull-emblazoned anti-hero.
DC Comics has finally announced what will their third weekly series - EARTH 2: WORLD'S END debuting in October.