The Walking Dead used fake solicitations for non-existent issues to disguise its surprise comic book finale.
Absolute Carnage: The Immortal Hulk #1 digs up a piece of Venom history -- and what's uncovered makes for a fitting send-off to the worst host ever.
Dragon Ball Super ended its English-dubbed run, but there's plenty of story for the popular anime series to adapt next.
In The Punisher #16, a confrontation between Castle and Fixer ends with the titular vigilante stealing a popular Thanos line from Avengers: Endgame.
The Harley Loves Joker miniseries took another look at Harley's early days and laid a blueprint for her future path.
31 days of awesome horror comics, as chosen by awesome horror comic creators! Ted McKeever recommends a classic Eerie story.
Daredevil #12 reverted Wilson Fisk to his old ways as the Kingpin emerged once more to respond to bullying in the most brutal manner possible.
The Season 3 premiere of Black Lightning delivers an upgrade to the DC hero's meta-human powers.
Joker reveals that elements of the film are a product of Arthur Fleck's delusions. If that's the case, how much of the events are in his mind?
The Walking Dead Season 10 kicks off by revealing one of the series' longtime heroes could be broken beyond repair.
In Savage Avengers, Conan the Barbarian and the Punisher Castle had a savage adventure in the Savage Land.
My Hero Academia: Vigilantes is a manga spinoff of the main series that absolutely NEEDS an anime adaptation.
The minds behind She-Ra and the Princesses of Power gather at NYCC 2019 to talk the upcoming fourth season and show off footage.
Doctor Strange #20 just introduced a new Ancient One to the Marvel Universe, and it's vastly different from what we've encountered before.
WWE's Hell in a Cell botched the ending of its main event, and as a result, the company gave AEW an advantage in the new ratings war.
The overarching mystery is not nearly complex or compelling enough to drive an entire TV season.
The latest issue of DC's Harley Quinn comic appears to include a nod to a member of Earth's Mightiest Heroes.
Marvel's House of X #6 enlists a somewhat-obscure character with a familiar name as one of Krakoa's great captains. But it's probably not who you think.