We have a first look of THE WALKING DEAD #106, and young Carl Grimes is in some major trouble over in Negan's camp.
On the last day of 2012, the Best Shots crew pick their favorite comic book releases of the year, and look towards the future
With 2 issues of CYBER FORCE published, the series creator/Image Founder Marc Silvestri talks about the run so far.
Glen Mazzara is stepping down as showrunner of THE WALKING DEAD for its just announced fourth season.
The Best Shots team is excited about some just-released books, including Indestructible Hulk, Cursed Pirate Girl, and more!
You want reviews? You've got reviews! AVENGERS ASSEMBLE #10, BEFORE WATCHMEN: RORSCHACH #4, CHANGE #1 and more
If Time Travel were real, why would you ever let anyone die? COMEBACK explores the idea at Image Comics.
Quick! Reviews! Of! THE WALKING DEAD #105, AVENGERS ARENA #1, BATGIRL #15, CABLE AND X-FORCE #1 and plenty more
It's a busy week for the big column, evaluating the Marvel NOW! AVENGERS #1, ACTION COMICS, HELLBOY IN HELL and more
The Best Shots team is here with day one reviews of the latest Death of the Family tie-in, more Hawkguy, and HELLBOY's big return
Get the early take on ALL-NEW X-MEN #3 and DEADPOOL #3, plus Image's THE LEGEND OF LUTHER STRODE #1
Jonathan Luna goes solo for a new storybook fantasy called STAR BRIGHT & THE LOOKING GLASS. We talk to the writer/artist.
Another UNCANNY teaser? What could it be this time? Peek inside for the answer. Don't worry, it's not what you think.
SAGA is back and back to getting very high scores and Marvel NOW! debuts FANTASTIC FOUR and X-MEN LEGACY also impress
It's a big day for early reviews, with the focus turning to BATMAN #14, THOR: GOD OF THUNDER #1, SAGA #7 and X-MEN LEGACY #1
BOMB QUEEN creator Jimmie Robinson has a new series at Image called FIVE WEAPONS, and it's getting the teaser treatment
The creative team of I LOVE TROUBLE tells you why you should check out their new series from Image Comics!
With the Vertigo mainstay ending early next year, there are very few high-numbered comics left at American publishers