Original Watchmen illustrator Dave Gibbons has offered his artistic take on Regina King's Sister Night, the main character of the new HBO series.
Turns out the X-Men were wrong -- mutants aren't the next stage in human evolution. There's a much more powerful - and scarier - heir to that throne.
One of the Justice League's most powerful cosmic heroes was just crushed by the power of Perpetua.
DC Comics reveals a first look at Batman #82, by Tom King, Mikel Janin and Jordie Bellaire, with covers by David Finch and Alex Sinclair.
Marvel Comics presents an exclusive preview of Immortal Hulk #25, by Al Ewing, German Garcia and Joe Bennett.
Marvel's Loki #4 just saw the God of Mischief summon Thor's deadliest weapon -- and we're not talking about the mighty Mjolnir.
In Justice League #34, the team's battle against Perpetua leads to the return of a great villain -- one who might tip the scales of this fight.
JJ Abrams and Henry Abrams' Spider-Man series introduces a new dynamic duo between the web-slinger and a feline character.
As Namor continues his assault on the world in Invaders, the Sub-Mariner has been turned into the one thing he hates most.
Jeff Lemire has revealed his variant cover for the upcoming The Question: The Deaths of Vic Sage DC Black Label series.
The friendship between Superboy and Robin has been far more engaging than the bond that their fathers share.
In Absolute Carnage #4, Eddie Brock bonds a symbiote that transforms him into a Venom/Avengers hybrid to take on the might of Cletus Kasady.
DC has provided an early look at Justice League #35, by Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV, Francis Manapul and Hi-Fi.
Powers of X #6 reveals that if a certain mutant is brought back to life and allowed access to Krakoa, it may be the end of the X-Men.
To commemorate the 40th anniversary of the classic Dark Phoenix storyline, X-Men titles in January will feature special variant covers.
Following news that the Flash will die in the CW's Crisis on Infinite Earths, we look back on the original comic and explore why Barry Allen dies.
In Captain Marvel #11, one of the most dangerous Infinity Stones resurfaces in a dangerous villain.