On the final day of the official Disney convention, Marvel's chief creative officer talks the history of the publisher
The creative team that recently revived Death's Head talk the recently mandated end of UK-originated Marvel comics
Marvel has been owned by Disney for two years now, so what's next for the partnership? Live coverage here!
Check out the first 10 pages of the sold-out DUCKTALES #1, written by video game veteran Warren Spector.
The writer of several video games including EPIC MICKEY moves to comics with a BOOM! series based on the Disney Afternoon classic
Marvel and ABC Television are now sister subsidiaries of Disney and they're team for a OGN adaptation of the ABC program CASTLE.
Take an exclusive look at the first 7 pages of Darkwing Duck #12, from KABOOM May 18, 2011!
Sanford Greene talks to Newsarama about his new Dark Horse project "Rotten Apple" and his MTV comic series "1000"; plus more future work teases.
BOOM Kids! has rebranded and announced a working relationship with PEANUTS and a new Roger Langridge series, SNARKED
One day after the announcement of a Marvel magazine featuring Pixar properties, BOOM! unveils a new Disney series
It was inevitable. Marvel announced the May launch of a new DISNEY*PIXAR PRESENTS magazine featuring Pixar's best-known properties.
Take an extended look at Darkwing Duck #8, from BOOM! Kids and Disney Comics!
Let's rewrite history with Duck Tales! (a wooo oo) Take a look at this extended preview from the first trade collection
Tad Stones, creator of Chip N' Dale's Rescue Rangers, takes writer Ian Brill to task on the new series, with an extended preview to boot!
Darkwing Duck's ongoing series hits its second arc in stride, with Darkwings from alternate worlds. Writer Ian Brill talks about the story.
Brian Michael Bendis talks to Newsarama about making the new Ulitmate Spider-Man cartoon unlike any of its predecessors.
Darkwing Duck is now an ongoing, and to celebrate, we have a 10 page preview of the first issue of the second arc!
BOOM! Studios released a teaser Thursday afternoon hinting at an upgrade to their popular "BOOM! Kids" line in 2011