Axel Alonso talks concealing "The Clone Conspiracy" as "Dead No More," that "Civil War II" return and the political satire of "Vote Loki."
Following the recent tragedy in Orlando, Brett White advocates for Marvel and DC Comics to take their queer heroes to the next level.
While everyone fought about Captain America, Ron Marz was getting his creative batteries recharged by the comics community in Montevideo, Uruguay.
Jason Aaron's "Star Wars" has the same feel and sense of humor as the films, and with John Cassaday's art, the first story arc was a fanboy's dream come true.
Axel Alonso teases another big death in "Civil War II" #3, talks the tie-in series to the event and what's to come in the latest Marvel NOW!
"Zootopia" hits all the right notes, adding more texture, diversity and emotion to the genre than previous funny animal films.
Joseph Illidge considers the symbolic efforts in DC Comics' "Batman: Rebirth" in the wake of the death of real-life icon Muhammad Ali.
Axel Alonso is back, and Marvel's Editor-in-Chief gives his insight on the big moment of "Civil War II" #1 and the new Marvel NOW! initiative.
Retailer Brian Hibbs hits a milestone and explains why the creators behind creator-owned titles need to stick to a schedule -- any schedule.
Cap's "Hail HYDRA" moment has launched a brand new meme, while Kevin Maguire's humor-infused Bravura title holds up two decades from its debut.
Marvel Executive Editor Tom Brevoort talks in-depth about the reaction to this week's controversial "Captain America: Steve Rogers" surprise.
"DC Universe: Rebirth" sent shockwaves through the comic book landscape and Joseph Illidge discusses the book's ultimate statement.
Writer David Walker scores two books getting a ride home, while Squirrel Girl looks for love and Reggie Mantle breaks bad in a fantastic week of comic books