Bill & Ted screenwriter Ed Solomon reveals whether or not he considers the television and comic book spinoffs to be series canon.
Marvel has released a new video touting Jonathan Hickman's all-new, groundbreaking vision for House of X and Powers of X next month.
Marvel Comics announced the Avengers' support staff will star in a new series in Black Panther and the Agents of Wakanda.
Marvel Comics' Editor in Chief C.B. Cebulski has responded to the numerous fan theories surrounding the publisher's cryptic Spider-Man teasers.
Mattel announced a new version of the Spider-Mobile, which will be available as a Comic-Con International exclusive next month.
New character designs for Jonathan Hickman's House of X and Powers of X offer a new look at the more intriguing mutants in the X-Men series.
2000 AD Prog 2137 features a cover by Tula Lotay and Lisa Wood commissioned for the start of Emma Beeby and Aneke's new Judge Anderson story.
Dark Horse Comics presents an exclusive look at Benjamin Dewey's cover for Critical Role: Vox Machina Origins Series II #3.
The Main Man knows he has a daughter, and our first look at Teen Titans #31 shows how Lobo learned about Crush's existence.
Brian Michael Bendis confirms a small tweak to the Legion of Super-Heroes' home time period.
Marvel has teamed up with Aspen Comics to produce limited edition variant covers for Immortal Hulk #20 and Black Cat #2.
Stanley "Artgerm" Lau revealed why his final Catwoman cover isn't a picture-perfect recreation of Batman Returns' Selina Kyle.
Artist Mitch Gerads explained over social media why DC ultimately decided against using his original cover for Batman #74.
Marvel Comics posted an image teasing an upcoming interaction between Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four, of which he was formerly a part.
A trailer for the upcoming DC miniseries, Superman: Year One, shows several important events in Clark Kent's life, including him joining the military.
Writer Brian Michael Bendis explains why Young Justice was missing from DC's September 2019 solicitations.
Marvel Comics announces New Mutants: War Children from legendary creators Bill Sienkiewicz and Chris Claremont.
The one-time parody DC team has been reimagined for DC Rebirth by Keith Giffen, Jeff Lemire, and Michelle Delecki in a new miniseries.
Artgerm's variant cover for Catwoman #15, by Ram V and Mirka Andolfo, pays homage to Michelle Pfeiffer's turn as the character.