"Josie and the Pussycats" returns to comics, Gerard Way launches "Doom Patrol," Tarzan visits the Planet of the Apes and more must reads.
The medium-defining series gets a new story this September, its first in 12 years, with a new miniseries planned for release in 2017.
Digital editions of all 16 volumes are available for purchase, but Sim said readers who can't afford them should download "guilt free."
Image Comics dominated BookScan's diverse October list of top-selling graphic novels in bookstores, with "The Walking Dead" placing four volumes.
Augie falls in love with the Rat Queens, tracks Todd McFarlane's growth as an inker, and a whole lot more.
Diamond Digital teams with Aardvark-Vanaheim to release Dave Sim's 25-part digital series, "Cerebus: High Society." The first issue is available free from comic book specialty shops now.
Whether it's re-released previous print work with all-new material included, or using digital to release work that never even made it to the print stage in the first place, this past week has been one that has suggested that, yet again, old indie comics could find themselves resurrected by digital.
IDW's Chris Ryall opens up on the publisher's January "Mars Attacks" event, bringing in everyone from Popeye to KISS to Transformers to mix it up with the Topps aliens, sharing an exclusive look at the all-star variant covers.
Image Comics PR master turned writer Joe Keatinge tells CBR about everything from the ongoing "Hell Yeah" and "Glory's" price raise to the status of "Brutal" with artist Frank Cho.