In the deliriously fun "The Fix" #2, Nick Spencer and Steve Lieber double down on corrupt cops Roy and Mac as they do anything and everything wrong, but with ruthless efficiency.
Ananke's enemies and allies clash in the Underworld in Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie's "The Wicked + The Divine" #19.
Comics and beer have never gone together better than in Nick Floyd, Brian Azzarello and Simon Bisley's "Alpha King" #1, a well-crafted dark fantasy tempered with a down-to-earth background in craft-brewing.
Robert Kirkman assures viewers "we weren't trying to game the audience" with Negan's debut, and promises a surprise fans "won't see coming."
Pipeline looks Image's "Spawn" and "Walking Dead" coloring books, BKV and Skroce's "We Stand on Guard" in hardcover, and a Frank Cho art collection.
In Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting's "Velvet" #14, Velvet pursues a meeting with with the President of the United States, who is one of the only men still alive who can answer her questions about X-14's death.
Dynamic duo Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples wrap up the sixth story arc of their Eisner Award-winning series "Saga" in an epic fashion with issue #36.
The movie based on Kyle Starks' comic and featuring alums of "Workaholics" is on the fast track at the studio.
Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky bring trouble home to roost in "Sex Criminals" #15, where one character starts to lose interest in the central conceit of the comic.
Taking a note from its sister series, the "Walking Dead" spinoff uses flashback sequences to develop its most mysterious character.
The writer discusses Lewis and Clark's epic encounter with the the famed Bigfoot and how his take incorporates both mythology and Americana.
Brian K. Vaughan and Marcos Martin reveal how "The Walking Dead: The Alien" adds a terrifying new layer to the zombie apocalypse.
Mark Millar, Chris Sprouse, Walden Wong and Ty Templeton's "Jupiter's Circle" #5 starts to wind things down, but -- even as we get a climactic confrontation -- the story feels unsure and up in the air.
"Spawn Kills Everyone!", a new arc begins in "Outkast," it's the beginning of the end for "Chew" and more creator-owned favorites continue in July.
Kurtis J. Wiebe spoke about balancing comedy and tragedy, the future of the Queens in other media, and "the weirdest thing I've ever written."
The writer explains to CBR why "Bloody Mary," "Pride & Joy" and "Adventures in the Rifle Brigade," three of his favorites, are returning to print.
Rick Remender, Howard Chaykin, Joe Harris and more creators with new books discussed process, influences, and "writing what you know."