Dark Horse Comics announced a handful of new titles Wednesday evening at Comic-Con. We've got the details and preview images from "Samurai: Heaven & Earth II" for ya.
Johnny Blaze gets a website, The Chief gets his moment to shine, Bryan Talbot gets a check and Boston Brand gets a comeback, plus news on "Hellboy," "Hulk 2," "Batman Begins 2" and much more.
Fox Atomic Comics is one a new players in the industry and looks to make a splash with books like "28 Weeks Later" & "The Hills Have Eyes." We spoke with Fox Atomic COO John Hegeman for the low-down.
Even as "Civil War" fractures bonds between Marvel superheroes, new bonds will be forged and old ones strengthened. One such bond is illustrated in "Mighty Avengers," a new ongoing Bendis-written title debuting after "Civil War" ends.
Trailers for the anime versions "Witchblade" and "Aphrodite IX" were showing at the Top Cow booth during Comic-Con. If you missed the convention, we have the videos for you here.
At a park just north of San Diego, Marvel and DC squared off in a softball game to raise money for the ACTOR Comic Fund. Marvel earned bragging rights by beating DC 22-11. We have a report and photos.
It's "CSI: Harry Potter" when Rosario "Sin City" Dawson stars and co-plots "Occult Crimes Taskforce." The first issue is in stores now and Dawson discussed the book at CCI today.
Del Rey Manga offered glimpses of manga joy to come at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Expensive but worth it as Matt Fraction screws with your head, the W/KRP is broadcasting beautifully from the future, and even Bruce Banner shines in his whole new world, among other little victories teaming up to win the week.