Cover art for Green Lantern: Blackstars features Hal Jordan battling his teammates on the Justice League.
Scott Snyder, Charles Soule and Giuseppe Camuncoli's Undiscovered Country debuts a first look at three pages from the upcoming Image series.
The creation of the X-Men's Quiet Council has all the makings of the same political intrigue and backstabbing found in Game of Thrones.
Fantastic Four #15 reveals that not everyone in the multiverse thinks of the titular team as heroic following the fateful events of their first mission.
DC presents a first look at Grant Morrison and Xermanico's Green Lantern: Blackstars #1, which sees Hal Jordan breaking bad -- again.
As Batman takes the fight to Mr. Freeze in Detective Comics #1013, the hero unveils his newest suit designed specifically for the supervillain.
The comic book relaunch of Ghost Rider identifies the different versions of Hell within the Marvel Universe.
In DC's The Joker: Year of the Villain #1, the Clown Prince of Crime gets weirder and, yes, kinkier, by playing out a dark sexual fantasy.
Teaser artwork for X-Force #1 sees the intelligence branch/special ops team chasing down a security alert on the mutant nation of Krakoa.
Immortal Hulk #24 confirms the Devil Hulk will be be at the end of the Marvel Universe, where he'll encounter one of Marvel's strongest cosmic gods.
As Grant Morrison and Liam Sharp's epic run on The Green Lantern wraps its first major story arc, a heroic Sinestro steals the show.
The New York Times has revived its Bestselling Graphic Novel list, and both Batman: Damned and The Batman Who Laughs have secured spots.
Tom Taylor's DCeased #5 uses Lex Luthor's sinister real estate plan to save mankind as a refugee crisis sweeps across an infected world.
Comic book creator Rob Liefeld has hinted that he will be pursuing legal action against Marvel Entertainment, calling out Disney CEO Bob Iger.
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.