A Powers of X variant cover seems to tease a cosmic new role for a classic member of the New Mutants and X-Force.
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has added Chief Creative Officer to his title and will now oversee all creative personnel.
The creators of Kickstarter indie comic epic Task Force Rad Squad talk reimagining '90s nostalgia into a dayglo fight fest.
The Drops of God, Shizuku Kanzaki's critically acclaimed wine manga, is now available in its entirety in English thanks to ComiXology.
Marvel has released new details about Iron Man 2020, the six-issue miniseries from Dan Slott, Christos Gage and Pete Woods that arrives in Jan. 2020.
A preview of DC's Far Sector #1, by N.K. Jemisin and Jamal Campbell, introduces a new Green Lantern as part of the revamped Young Animal imprint.
Jonathan Hickman has revealed a writer has signed on to write an X-Men solo series starring Moira X.
Marvel's Journey to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker reveals Rey has a surprise partner in her Jedi training camp following Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
Marvel's latest issue of The Immortal Hulk proves that the most sinister Hulk isn't the Devil Hulk or Savage Hulk -- it's Joe Fixit.
The latest issue of Catwoman sees Selina Kyle make a desperate decision and emerge a changed woman.
In The Batman's Grave #1, the Dark Knight proves why he's still called the World's Greatest Detective.
DC Comics releases a first look at The Infected: King Shazam #1, which brings back one of Jack Kirby's classic heroes.
Supergirl #35 just gave Kara Danvers a new costume and it comes with an upgrade that can save her when she's up against Kryptonite.
Marvel's prequel to December's Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker reveals a new captain has taken over the Millennium Falcon for a special mission.
Harley Quinn just revealed the DC concept she's going to attack next, and it may be one of the biggest she's ever targeted.
Doctor Doom just fought an old ally of Wolverine and the X-Men in one of the hero's first appearances in years.
BOOM! Studios present an exclusive first look at Firefly: The Sting, a graphic novel based in the universe created by Joss Whedon.
In recent years the character of Thomas Wayne has been reexamined, leading to many modern versions that are outright villainous. Where did this start?