Comics Archive

Tabulating the announced departures, the tea leaves, and the expectations for DC's 2016 Rebirth.
As well as OLD MAN LOGAN #2, BATMAN/TMNT #3, DARTH VADER #16, BATMAN/SUPERMAN #29, ALL-NEW ALL-DIFFERENT AVENGERS #5 and NEW SUICIDE SQUAD #17.
Look what the cat dragged in from Evan Dorkin and Jill Thompson.
Atkins and Marco Finnegan bring bluesman/detective Nick Travers to comic books.
Check out a preview of AVENGERS STANDOFF: WELCOME TO PLEASANT HILL #1 from Marvel Comics.
Of course there's a Bat-Train -- but did you know there's also a Solomon Grundy train?
Dr. Aphra versus Princess Leia.
Strange, Scarlet Witch, Doctor Voodoo, Shaman and more fight off the end of magic.
Rai and Valiant jump forward to the 41st century.
Phil Noto takes Marvel's flagship team to Michigan Avenue.
DC's STARFIRE is coming to an end with #12. Its creators weigh in.
Long Beach Comic Expo's second annual award announces it's nominees.
The X-Men have had a rough couple of decades. Here, we take a look at the worst ordeals they've ever gone through.
With BATMAN #49 on stands now, the writer announces he'll be leaving the title this summer.
"The circle needs to close. We all need to play our parts. Goodbye Bruce."
The Dark Knight has returned before. How can Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV and Yanick Paquette handle it on their own?
Frank Tieri and Felix Ruiz summon a new Hangman, straight from hell.
Star-Lord meets Star-Lord, as a familiar alien race returns.