"Avengers Undercover" #2 has the survivors of "Avengers Arena" converge on a city full of super-villains, and as the new character dynamics play out, the book becomes that much stronger.
"Manifest Destiny" #6 brings the first arc to a close, as Chris Dingess and Matthew Roberts continue to relate the horrors waiting for Lewis and Clark on the new frontier of the Louisiana Purchase.
After a disheartening and spoiler-ific turn of events, writer Brett White wonders when we'll see an LGBT hero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Former Disney animator Cyril Pedrosa has sold the film rights for his 2008 graphic novel Three Shadows.
"Kings Watch" #5 wraps up the series that teams Flash Gordon, Mandrake and the Phantom in an adventure written by Jeff Parker with Marc Laming art.
The latest Millarworld series allows "Hellboy" artist Duncan Fegredo to return to a real world setting as he creates characters he can call his own.
In "Invincible" #110 writer Robert Kirkman and artist Ryan Ottley once again push the envelope, but this time is sure to raise some eyebrows and concerns.
With 4/20 less than two weeks away, discover whether it is really true that all of the clocks in Pulp Fiction are set to 4:20.
Deathstroke, Black Manta and Joker's Daughter will join "New Suicide Squad" in July, from the creative team of Sean Ryan and Jeremy Roberts.
Bryan Singer discusses bridging the gap between the "X-Men" and "X-Men: First Class" casts in a new featurette.
Emerald City Comicon's zero-tolerance harassment policy extended to a panel discussing how to recognize and prevent the unwanted behavior.
The Sherlock and Hobbit stars talks with Spinoff Online about his role as Lester Nygaard, a small-town salesman on the cusp of big-time trouble.
"All-New X-Men" #25 has a lot of great pin-ups from a wide swathe of comic artists, but don't expect any actual sort of plot from the framing device courtesy Brian Michael Bendis and David Marquez.