Joker: Killer Smile by DC Black Label will introduce a new mental health figure into Joker's life who isn't Harley Quinn.
Valiant Entertainment presents an exclusive preview of Roku, by writer Cullen Bunn and artist Ramón F. Bachs.
DC has released a set of exclusive variant comic covers available through its booth at Comic-Con International in San Diego next week.
An unstoppable force looks to infect the Marvel Universe in Contagion, a five-part weekly series.
Preview art for Gene Luen Yang and Gurihiru's Superman Smashes the Klan features the Man of Steel standing up to an iron-clad Nazi.
Marvel's May was a mighty month, as the publisher accounted for over half of the top 300 comics released in the month.
IDW Publishing has released new art of Jennika, the former Foot Clan member who was transformed into a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle.
Valiant Entertainment presents a preview of Bloodshot #1, by Tim Seeley, Brett Booth, Adelso Corona and Andrew Dalhouse.
A connecting variant cover for House of X #2 features the women of the X-Men.
Marvel will continue its Grand Design franchise with Fantastic Four: Grand Design, by writer/artist Tom Scioli.
Just a month ahead of the event's wide release, Marvel released a trailer for Donny Cates and Ryan Stegman's Absolute Carnage.
Comic-Con International has extended its agreement with the San Diego Convention Center into 2024.
Ahoy Comics have revealed its plans for SDCC and also released details for its third wave of books and a preview of Second Coming.
Jock's nightmarish cover to the final issue of his and Scott Snyder's The Batman Who Laughs is sure to give readers nightmares.
John Constantine will receive his own ongoing series after joining the Sandman Universe in a one-shot this fall.
In 2020, Giant-Size X-Statix's Peter Milligan and Mike Allred will reunite for an all-new Marvel series called The X-Cellent.
Tommy Tomorrow (who?) makes his DC return in Legion of Super-Heroes: Millennium #1 thanks for Brian Bendis and André Lima Araújo.
Sculptor Richard Riley constructed a life-size recreation of an iconic scene from the classic Spider-Man story "Kraven's Last Hunt."
Brian Haberlin and David Hine -- the duo behind Image Comics' Sonata -- ruinite for a new series, The Marked.