In Tom King and Mitch Gerads' "The Sheriff of Babylon" #7, all the antagonism and tension that has built up over the last few issues is released in an ugly scene of "enhanced interrogation."
In Tom King and Gabriel Hernandez Walta's "The Vision" #8, Victor Mancha comes for a visit -- and maybe something more.
Tom King and Mitch Gerads discuss the black, the white and the grey in-between in their acclaimed Vertigo series.
Although some plot elements are a return to the status quo, the DC one-shot also finds the Dark Knight "trying something new." SPOILERS!
Scott Snyder, Tom King and Mikel Janin kick off "Batman: Rebirth" #1 with an encounter with Calendar Man.
In "The Vision" #7, Tom King and Michael Walsh retell the history of the Vision's romance with the Scarlet Witch, showing how what's past is prologue.
In Tom King and Mitch Gerads' "The Sheriff of Babylon" #6, another unarmed civilian dies after things go wrong.
Tom King, Barnaby Bagenda, and Romulo Fajardo Jr.'s "The Omega Men" #11 gathers its forces and prepares for a final strike against the Citadel as the series prepares for its big conclusion.
Writer Tom King tells CBR about his plans for the VIsion and his synthezoid family, the secrets that have been exposed and the answers yet to come.
Tom King and Gabriel Hernandez Walta make things much, much worse for the Vision and his family when the neighbors' dog visits in "The Vision" #6.
DC has selected 24 creators at random to reimagine the classic Kirby Cool creation, in the spirit of 1985's "DC Challenge."
In "The Omega Men" #10, the battle for Karna breaks out in the Vega System -- but is there really victory in sight, or are Tom King and Barnaby Bagenda raising false hopes?
Legal consequences catch up with the Visions in Tom King and Gabriel Hernandez Walta's "The Vision" #5.
Following the announcement of his exclusive deal with DC Comics, Tom King promised he would see "The Vision" through its 12-issue run at Marvel Comics.
DC Comics has announced exclusive deals with "Omega Men" writer Tom King, "Poison Ivy" artist Clay Mann and "Harley Quinn" artist John Timms.
Tom King and Gabriel Hernandez's "The Vision" #4 answers some of the questions that have boiling since the end of the debut issue.
Tom King explains how he and Gabriel Walta's tale of the synthezoid Avenger melds horror, sci-fi, comedy and superheroics into a unique comic.