We've got your first look at Michael Cho's vintage-style variant and Marco Checchetto's interior art for Gamora" #3
The latest issue from Al Ewing and Paco Medina reveals that Civil War II actually prevented something even worse form happening.
When the price of DC's monthly titles raise from $2.99 to $3.99, it doesn't mean the publisher will take home an extra dollar per issue.
Ties in to the upcoming 2019 film! Dark Horse Comics' How to Train Your Dragon: The Serpent's Heir by Dean DeBlois, Richard Hamilton & Doug Wheatley.
CBR runs down everything you need to know about the mighty monsters of Marvel's latest event series, Monsters Unleashed.
Steve Orlando and Stephen Byrne take the best aspects of the previous incarnations of the Ray to create this newest member of the Justice League.
True love strikes a crestfallen cop and a vengeful crook while the sweet taste of the Big Apple takes a magical super-villain off his planned path.
Dennis Hopeless and Mark Bagley showcase Iceman's whirlwind romance with an Inhuman -- just before all hell breaks loose.
In their latest look at pop culture references in old comic books, CSBG examines the R-rated film that became a sensation in the 1960s.
Riri's new moniker is given its own origin as she integrates into the world of Iron Man, as does another new character, but in a whole different way.
If the X-Men franchise is going to continue, then it's time they finally took the action to outer space.
An unexpected figure from Catwoman's past returns, as Batman discovers the truth about the 237 people Selina has confessed to killing.
James McAvoy is a scene-chewing delight, but the rest of M. Night Shyamalan's cast suffers from a weak script.