Comics/Graphic Novels

    Thursday 31 October 2013

  • Book Review: Shifter

    Book Review: Shifter

    Noah Freeman was just an ordinary government drone, monitoring the environment and looking forward to his upcoming wedding. Noticing a dam filled to the brim that had previously been only half-full and knowing there had been no measurable rainfall, Noah informed his boss of the anomaly before...

  • Friday 10 May 2013

  • Book Review: Cry Wolf: Volume 2

    Book Review: Cry Wolf: Volume 2
    Based on Brigg’s bestseller Cry Wolf in the Alpha and Omega series, part two of this graphic comic adaptation finds werewolf enforcer Charles and his mate Anna, a rare omega wolf, hunting a rogue killer werewolf deep in the Montana Mountains. What they discover is far more chilling then...

  • Wednesday 30 January 2013

  • Book Review: T-rex Trying

    Book Review: T-rex Trying

    What started as a joke rapidly took on a life of its own as Hugh Murphy’s redundant yet hilarious view of what life would be like for the world’s most fearsome predator acquired a worldwide internet following. Now you too can enjoy Murphy's twisted look at...

  • Tuesday 02 October 2012

  • Book Review: Alpha and Omega

    Book Review: Alpha and Omega
    Briggs’s popular urban fantasy Alpha and Omega, released in 2008 is certain to find a new audience with its re-release as a graphic novel. Surviving the violent attack that turned her into a werewolf, Anna Latham spent three years living a hellish existence as the lowest...

  • Friday 06 April 2012

  • Book Review: The Truth About Cats

    Book Review: The Truth About Cats
    Brandenburg’s hilarious follow-up to her 2008 Everyday Cat Excuses will most certainly resonate with anyone pressed into service as a cat care provider. Anyone lucky(?) enough to have a cat in their household knows they are owned by their felines, not the other way around...

  • Monday 24 October 2011

  • Book Review: Post-It Note Diaries

    Book Review: Post-It Note Diaries
    This eclectic collection of twenty stories covers everything from a price increase on the New York subway to an ill-fated entrepreneurial venture into a water taxi service to the loss of a testicle. It is amply illustrated by hilarious drawings in black...

  • Sunday 09 October 2011

  • Huntress #1 – Comic Review

    Huntress #1 – Comic Review
    In the first issue of the new DC Comics series Huntress, the female crime fighter leaves the cold streets of Gotham to bring her own form of justice to the Italian city of Naples, and stumbles into a criminal ring shipping girls and guns worldwide.

  • Penguin: Pain and Prejudice #1 – Comic Review

    Penguin: Pain and Prejudice #1 – Comic Review
    With a cinematic feel that would be comfortable in a Martin Scorsese gangster film, Penguin: Pain and Prejudice #1 sees one of Batman’s classic villains stepping out of the shadows thanks to a gritty story written by Gregg Hurwitz and art chores by Szymon Kudranski.

  • Saturday 08 October 2011

  • A Comics Odyssey - Issue #26

    DC Comics New 52 continues to break records, but that's not all there is to talk about, so let's check out this week's headlines from the scifipulse.net website.

  • A Comics Odyssey - Issue #25

    A Comics Odyssey  - Issue #25

    DC Comics continues to make news with its New 52, so during this issue, I'm going to report on that news as well as continue to concentrate on the company¡¯s new books! Let¡¯s check out this week¡¯s headlines from the scifipulse.net website.

  • A Comics Odyssey - Issue #24

    A Comics Odyssey  - Issue #24
    The New 52 is fully underway, so during this issue, I'm going to concentrate on the new DC Comics offerings!

  • Sunday 04 September 2011

  • A Comics Odyssey - Issue #23

    This Wednesday was the beginning of the New 52 from DC Comics, so let's check out this week's headlines from the recently redesigned scifipulse.net website.

  • A Comics Odyssey – Issue #22

    A Comics Odyssey – Issue #22
    We’re on the verge of what appears to be a groundbreaking September for the comics industry, so let’s check out this week’s headlines from the newly redesigned scifipulse.net website.

  • A Comics Odyssey – Issue #21

    A Comics Odyssey – Issue #21
    This week, I review a terrific comic you should have heard about while checking out this week’s headlines from the newly redesigned scifipulse.net website.

  • Friday 12 August 2011

  • A Comics Odyssey – Issue #20

    A Comics Odyssey – Issue #20
    A Comics Odyssey – Issue 20

  • Sunday 24 July 2011

  • Artists Paul Pope and Matt Wagner unveil new projects at Comic Con

    Artists Paul Pope and Matt Wagner unveil new projects at Comic Con
    Today the Legendary Comics panel at San Diego Comic-Con unveiled that the company will publish two exciting new projects from esteemed artists, Paul Pope and Matt Wagner.

  • Saturday 23 July 2011

  • Star Trek meets ... the Legion of Super-Heroes?

    Star Trek meets ... the Legion of Super-Heroes?
    It’s the crossover of crossovers, with heroes of the 23rd century teaming up with superheroes of the 30th century. It’s IDW Publishing’s first-ever crossover with the DC Universe.

  • Saturday 16 July 2011

  • A Comics Odyssey – Issue #19

    A Comics Odyssey – Issue #19
    Two classics might be coming back, which take up this week’s headlines from the scifipulse.net website:

  • Friday 08 July 2011

  • A Comics Odyssey - Issue #18

    A Comics Odyssey - Issue #18
    DC Comics continues to make headlines with their September relaunch. That's one of this week's headlines, all taken from the scifipulse.net website:

  • Friday 01 July 2011

  • A Comics Odyssey – Issue #17

    A Comics Odyssey – Issue #17
    A classic artist has died, and we should remember the inspiration he gave us. That’s one of this week’s headlines, all taken from the scifipulse.net website:

  • A Comics Odyssey – Issue #16

    A Comics Odyssey – Issue #16
    Death played a big role in real life – and in the comics this week. First, here are the headlines, all taken from the scifipulse.net website:

  • Friday 17 June 2011

  • A Comics Odyssey - Issue #15

    Now that every DC Comic series feels like a mini-series (they'll all end in one way or another in September), let's take a look at one Bat-book and see what else is up in the comics universes before I review a book about werewolves, who aren't happy that vampires and zombies are currently getting all the press. Here are the headlines, all taken from the scifipulse.net website:

  • Thursday 09 June 2011

  • A Comics Odyssey – Issue #14

    A Comics Odyssey – Issue #14
    It’s time to review the new ‘Green Lantern: Emerald Knights’ direct-to-DVD movie, then check out my interview with filmmaker-turned-comics-scribe Kyle Higgins. But first, let’s get into the “comics in the headlines” items, all taken from the scifipulse.net website:

  • Friday 03 June 2011

  • A Comics Odyssey - Issue #13

    A Comics Odyssey - Issue #13
    There’s big news in the industry this week, so let’s get into the “comics in the headlines” items, all taken from the scifipulse.net website:

  • Friday 27 May 2011

  • A Comics Odyssey - Issue #12

    A Comics Odyssey - Issue #12
    A new comic dealing with zombies in a powerful way has now hit the stands, and I’ll review it in this column. But before I get to that, let’s check out the latest news in the comics universes from the scifipulse.net website:

  • Saturday 21 May 2011

  • A Comics Odyssey - Issue #11

    A Comics Odyssey - Issue #11
    The Rocketeer is back in a new comics mini-series. But before we get to that, let’s check out the latest news from the scifipulse.net website:

  • Friday 13 May 2011

  • A Comics Odyssey - Issue #10

    A Comics Odyssey - Issue #10
    Wonder Woman, Stan Lee and JT Krul are at the top of the news stories, so let’s get into this week’s “comics in the headlines” items, all taken from the scifipulse.net website:

  • Friday 06 May 2011

  • A Comics Odyssey -- Issue #9

    A Comics Odyssey -- Issue #9
    A leaked script from a Marvel movie and a respected actor from the Superman franchise of films dominate this week’s news, so let’s get into this week’s “comics in the headlines” items, all taken from the recently revamped scifipulse.net website:

  • Friday 29 April 2011

  • Friday 22 April 2011

  • A Comics Odyssey -- Issue #7

    A Comics Odyssey -- Issue #7
    A Comics Odyssey – Issue 7

  • Friday 15 April 2011

  • A Comics Odyssey - Issue #6

    A Comics Odyssey - Issue #6
    Some popular characters and comics are back, so let’s get into this week’s “comics in the headlines” news stories, all taken from the scifipulse.net website:

  • Monday 11 April 2011

  • A Comics Odyssey - Issue #5

    A Comics Odyssey - Issue #5
    With DC Comics and Marvel dominating the superhero comics market, it’s big news when another company decides to jump into the fray. For instance, Boom! Studios recently employed Stan Lee’s name when launching their heroic line. Now another group is ready to give it a try!

  • Friday 01 April 2011

  • A Comics Odyssey--issue #4

    A Comics Odyssey--issue #4
    Some intriguing news came out this week, including Superman getting his Lois Lane in the upcoming movie, so let’s get into this week’s “comics in the headlines” items, all taken from the recently revamped scifipulse.net website: 

  • Tuesday 29 March 2011

  • Wayne's Comics Episode 9 previews

    Waynes Comics Episode 9 previews
    Wayne's Comics Episode 9 tune in alert! 

  • Friday 25 March 2011

  • A Comics Odyssey – Issue 3

    A Comics Odyssey – Issue 3
    The line between comics and other kinds of entertainment
- like television, movies and digital/internet sources continues to blur.

  • Friday 18 March 2011

  • A Comics Odyssey - Issue 2

    A Comics Odyssey - Issue 2
    Hats off to those fans who recognized that the title of this column was an homage to the DC Comics event “Cosmic Odyssey.” It’s one of my favorite mini-series of all time, so it made sense to me!

  • Friday 11 March 2011

  • A Comics Odyssey - Issue 1

    A Comics Odyssey - Issue 1
    Welcome to the first of a series of weekly columns about the universes that are comics.

  • Tuesday 08 March 2011

  • Secret Origin's DVD David Miller talks comics on SFP-Now

    Secret Origins DVD David Miller talks comics on SFP-Now
    Tune in alert for the Wayne's Comics podcast on SFP-Now!

  • Atlas Comics Arises From The Ashes

    Atlas Comics Arises From The Ashes
    Perhaps one of the biggest stories in comics of late is the return of Atlas Comics, which was a small company set up by former Marvel Comics owner Martin Goodman. 

  • Saturday 05 March 2011

  • Comic Review: Victorian Undead: Sherlock Holmes Vs Zombies

    Comic Review: Victorian Undead: Sherlock Holmes Vs Zombies
    As readers of Monsters and Critics' smallscreen section will undoubtedly know by now is that I am a huge fan of Sherlock Holmes, and was one of the biggest supporters of the new BBC Series "Sherlock" last year when it aired.

  • Wednesday 28 October 2009

  • Death Note: L, change the WorLd continues the tale

    Death Note: L, change the WorLd continues the tale
    VIZ Media expands the thrilling psychological suspense of Death Note with the release of Death Note: L, change the WorLd, a new novel featuring the master detective from the hit animated and manga series.

  • Friday 31 July 2009

  • VIZ Media announces four new manga titles to debut on SigIkki.com

    VIZ Media announces four new manga titles to debut on SigIkki.com
    VIZ Media will be debuting the opening chapters of 4 new manga titles – for free at www.sigIkki.com.

  • Saturday 25 July 2009

  • Radical stars Gene Simmons, Darren Bousman signing this weekend at Comic-Con

    Radical stars Gene Simmons, Darren Bousman signing this weekend at Comic-Con
    Saturday and Sunday Comic-Con booth signing information for Radical Publishing.

  • IDW announces Legion Prequel, Legion: Prophets at Comic-Con

    IDW announces Legion Prequel, Legion: Prophets at Comic-Con
    Following on the Comic-Con footage of the upcoming Screen Gems film "Legion," IDW Publishing announces the movie prequel, co-written by the film’s director Scott Stewart and Tom Waltz: "Legion: Prophets," IDW's four-issue weekly miniseries, leads directly into the movie, setting the scene for an all-out war between Heaven and Earth.

  • Friday 24 July 2009

  • 'Vitriol the Hunter' comic by Good Charlotte Guitarist, signing at Comic-Con

    Vitriol the Hunter comic by Good Charlotte Guitarist, signing at Comic-Con
    Good Charlotte Guitarist Billy Martin will be at Comic-Con signing for fans.

  • Radical Publishing Gene Simmons 'Incarnate' signing Friday at Comic Con

    Radical Publishing Gene Simmons Incarnate signing Friday at Comic Con
    Friday’s Comic-Con booth signing information for Radical Publishing.

  • Friday 03 April 2009

  • What's with the Zombies?

    Whats with the Zombies?
    "Crossed" (Ennis, Burrows; Avatar Press), "The Walking Dead"(Kirkman, Moore; Image Comics), "Zombie Tales"(Various, Boom-Studios) “The Stand" (Aquirre-Sacassa, Perkins; Marvel)

  • Monday 22 October 2007

  • Ron Lim's Anita Blake Zombie variant revealed!

    Ron Lims Anita Blake Zombie variant revealed!
    Marvel is proud to unveil fan favorite artist Ron Lim's exciting new Zombie variant cover to Laurell K. Hamilton's Anita Blake: The First Death #2 (of 2). This not only marks the first time that Anita Blake has appeared with other Marvel characters, but also introduces the first piece of published Anita Blake art by Ron Lim!

  • Blood runs again this January when Youngblood returns as an ongoing series

    Blood runs again this January when Youngblood returns as an ongoing series
    Rob Liefeld's return to Image dominated the buzz this past summer and now you can finally see the results in this January's Youngblood #1!

  • Captain Marvel returns to action

    Captain Marvel returns to action
    Spinning straight out of his shocking return in Civil War, Captain Marvel's new life begins in Captain Marvel #1 (of 5)! He's been plucked out of time before his death, but can the Kree soldier known as Mar-Vell make a difference with the scant time he's got left?

  • Ghost Rider and Lucifer battle to the death!

    Ghost Rider and Lucifer battle to the death!
    The devil himself, Lucifer, has never quite been on good terms with the supernatural hero known as Ghost Rider, but does that mean he'll make a deal with a dangerous new player to take down the Spirit of Vengeance in Ghost Rider Annual #1?

  • The Avengers Assemble in the House of M!

    The Avengers Assemble in the House of M!
    The epic House of M limited series forever altered the Marvel Universe two years ago and fans have clamored for a look into the secrets of this world-and now they're here in House of M: Avengers #1 (of 5)!

  • Marvel Comics on sale this week

    Marvel Comics on sale this week
    Hey there True Believers, here's your official list of comic books and collections arriving in comic stores on October 24th, 2007.

  • Friday 19 October 2007

  • The Silver Surfer soars once more

    The Silver Surfer soars once more
    The Sentinel of the Spaceways soars once more in the all new Silver Surfer: In Thy Name #1 (of 4), as the Surfer finds himself embroiled in a conflict he may not be able to win!

  • Zenescope LIVE on Fanboy Radio this Sunday!

    Grimm Fairy Tales writers and creators Ralph Tedesco and Joe Tyler will be live on Fanboy Radio this Sunday, October 21st at 8pm EST.

  • Marvel unveils new Captain America costume by Alex Ross

    Marvel unveils new Captain America costume by Alex Ross
    Six months after the death of Steve Rogers captured national attention, Marvel is proud to unveil the new Captain America as designed by renowned, award winning artist Alex Ross! 

  • The X-Men prepare for war in Messiah Complex Chapter Two

    The X-Men prepare for war in Messiah Complex Chapter Two
    The hotly-anticipated Messiah Complex event continues with Chapter Two in Uncanny X-Men #492 as the next shots are fired in the war for mutantkind's future!

  • The Ultimates return in Ultimates Saga!

    The Ultimates return in Ultimates Saga!
    From the personal files of Tony Stark comes this never before seen look at the history of the Ultimates-and a sneak peek of their future-in Ultimates Saga!

  • Tank Girl rolls back onto bookshelves this November

    She's stolen the tiara from Princess Diana's coiffed head. She's been an international bounty hunter and fugitive outlaw. She's traveled with a mutated kangaroo and owned a world-famous collection of novelty pencil sharpeners. And, oh yeah, she drives a bitchin' tank.

  • Monday 15 October 2007

  • Jack is back!

    Paul Grist's acclaimed superhero series, Jack Staff, goes monthly starting with January's Jack Staff Special #1.

  • Marvel Comics on sale this week

    Marvel Comics on sale this week
    Hey there True Believers, here's your official list of comics, collections and posters arriving in comic stores on October 17th.

  • Thursday 04 October 2007

  • IDW Publishing expands its line with the acclaimed Chiaruscuro

    Troy Little's critically acclaimed Chiaroscuro this month will spearhead IDW Publishing's expansion into more alternative, independent storytelling, with a deluxe hardcover collection of the breakout, self-published  seven-issue miniseries.

  • The Foolkiller delivers his own brand of justice

    The Foolkiller delivers his own brand of justice
    Your notion of justice is about to be turned on its head as one tortured man comes face-to-face with a new kind of vigilante in Foolkiller #1 (of 5).

  • Wolf-Man astounds again

    Jason Howard and Robert Kirkman's Astounding Wolf-Man has once again sold out at the distributor level soon after its September 26th release and is returning with an all-new cover by Ryan Ottley and Kelsey Shannon.

  • Wednesday 03 October 2007

  • Death Dealer rises again

    Frank Frazetta's return to comics with Death Dealer has been revered by fans old and new alike as evidenced by multiple sell-outs, including the recent issue four which is returning in a special gold-foil edition.

  • Spider-Man - Agent Of S.H.I.E.L.D?

    Spider-Man - Agent Of S.H.I.E.L.D?
    You're falling behind in school thanks to the world's #1 espionage organization. Your not-so-happy ex-girlfriend is now your not-so-happy super hero partner. Oh, and everything you love is threatened by the newly escaped Green Goblin!

  • The sold out Thor returns in Thor 1-3: Rebirth

    The sold out Thor returns in Thor 1-3: Rebirth
    Marvel has announced that due to overwhelming demand, the first three sold-out issues of Thor, from the red-hot creative team of writer JMS and artist Olvier Coipel, will be collected in Thor 1-3: Rebirth.

  • Friday 28 September 2007

  • Art Adams provides special variant to Fantastic Four

    Art Adams provides special variant to Fantastic Four
    Honoring the reunion of Marvel's First Family, Fantastic Four #551 now features a previously unannounced variant cover by industry legend Art Adams. 

  • Moon Knight joins The Initiative!

    Moon Knight joins The Initiative!
    He's fought against the system, but now Moon Knight joins The Initiative in the special double-sized Moon Knight #13, by acclaimed novelist Charlie Huston and special guest artist Tomm Coker.

  • Wednesday 19 September 2007

  • The Exiles and Excalibur meet in X-Men: Die By The Sword

    The Exiles and Excalibur meet in X-Men: Die By The Sword
    Legendary X-writer Chris Claremont (Exiles, New Excalibur) and newcomer Jaun Santacruz present X-Men: Die By The Sword #1 (of 5), an x-citing new limited series teaming up two of Marvel's popular X-teams.

  • The Punisher enters World War Hulk!

    The Punisher enters World War Hulk!
    The epic World War Hulk has come to Manhattan and this doesn't make Frank Castle, AKA The Punisher, a very happy man!

  • A death in the New Warriors?

    A death in the New Warriors?
    The nefarious cabal known as the Zodiac move in for the kill, and former New X-woman Sofia Mantega boldly enters the fray in New Warriors #5.

  • Friday 07 September 2007

  • Viper Comics gets Sleepy in time for Halloween

    Viper Comics gets Sleepy in time for Halloween
    Strange things are afoot in the town of Sleepy Hollow, NY - a quaint suburban landscape that is as beautiful as its name is infamous. It's here that stories of the supernatural and otherworldly have been passed down for generations because it's here that they occur in every backyard and on every doorstep.

  • Spider-Man: One More Day hits store shelves

    Spider-Man: One More Day hits store shelves
    The most controversial storyline in Marvel history has begun, as Amazing Spider-Man #544 marks the first chapter of One More Day! As Aunt May lies in a coma, and Peter remains a fugitive from justice, the wall-crawler will face the hardest decision of his life. How far do you go to save the ones you love? What's the cost of doing the right thing?

  • The master of Quack-Fu returns in Howard the Duck #1

    The master of Quack-Fu returns in Howard the Duck #1
    Imagine...a world without internet, television, or even radio...a dark, lonely, and terrible place.  Who is to blame for this desolate, media-free wasteland?  Why, none other than Marvel's furious fowl, Howard the Duck! 

  • IDW Publishing announces Transformers: Devastation

    The Transformers' secret war on Earth continues in IDW Publishing's latest blockbuster, The Transformers: Devastation, the first issue of which hits comics shops in September.

  • Stephen King’s Dark Tower gets graphic novel treatment

    Stephen King’s Dark Tower gets graphic novel treatment
    On November 7, the year's biggest comic book event will be chronicled in graphic novel format for the first time as Marvel Comics launches an epic, 240-page hard cover edition of Dark Tower: Gunslinger Born, adapted from the master of modern horror Stephen King's magnum opus. 

  • Thursday 23 August 2007

  • Comic Book Review: 20 Million Miles More

    Comic Book Review: 20 Million Miles More
    Special effects master Ray Harryhausen has given his blessing to Blue Water Comics to continue on some of the films he’s worked on in comic book form.  This time the company has committed to go 20 million miles more in a sequel to 20 Million Miles to Earth. 

  • Wednesday 22 August 2007

  • Comic Book Review: Wrath of the Titans #1 and #2

    Comic Book Review: Wrath of the Titans #1 and #2
    Special effects master Ray Harryhausen has given his blessing to Blue Water Comics to continue on some of the films he’s worked on in comic book form.  I’d say this is a must-have if you’re a fan of the master or of the original film. 

  • Tuesday 21 August 2007

  • The X-Men return to X-Factor!

    The X-Men return to X-Factor!
    X-Factor Investigations faces dangers from all sides and in X-Factor #23, it's about to get worse for this team of private investigators.

  • Monday 20 August 2007

  • Evil faces medieval with the release of Dracula vs. King Arthur #5

    Evil faces medieval with the release of Dracula vs. King Arthur #5
    Comflix Studios has announced that episode #5 of the highly acclaimed comic book Dracula vs. King Arthur is now playing on Comflix.net.

  • Who will be the new Captain America?

    Who will be the new Captain America?
    It's time for the Punisher to pay the price for wearing the mask of Captain America in Punisher War Journal #11. Red hot scribe Matt Fraction and special guest artist Leandro Fernandez bring you the confrontation you demanded-Winter Soldier versus Frank Castle - whose Cap inspired threads have not gone unnoticed!

  • Marvel Comics on sale this week

    Marvel Comics on sale this week
    Hey True Believers, here's your official list of comic books, collections and posters arriving in comic stores on August 22nd.

  • Wednesday 15 August 2007

  • Witchblade’s Christina Z writing new Jenna Jameson title for Virgin Comics

    Witchblade’s Christina Z writing new Jenna Jameson title for Virgin Comics
    Virgin Comics and JennaComix.com have announced noted comic book author Christina Z is writing Shadow Hunter - the new Virgin Comics series created by world-famous adult entertainment icon Jenna Jameson. 

  • Creators of Transformers: Beast Wars: The Gathering are back

    Creators of Transformers: Beast Wars: The Gathering are back
    Transformers: Beast Wars fans have a lot to celebrate this month. IDW Publishing will publish a follow-up to the first-ever Beast Wars miniseries, "The Gathering," by the same fan-favorite creators.

  • Blue Dream Studios’ Pet Robots nabbed by Disney and Benderspink

    Blue Dream Studios’ Pet Robots nabbed by Disney and Benderspink
    Scott Christian Sava’s Blue Dream Studios and film producers Chris Bender’s and JC Spink’s production company Benderspink have announced that Disney has acquired the feature film rights to Pet Robots.

  • Tuesday 14 August 2007

  • Spider-Man/Red Sonja #1 sells out

    Spider-Man/Red Sonja #1 sells out
    Marvel is pleased to announce that Spider-Man/Red Sonja #1 (of 5) has sold out at Diamond. This five-issue crossover event between Marvel Comics and Dynamite Entertainment marks the historic reunion of Spider-Man and Red Sonja

  • Marvel and Dabel Brothers conclude publishing relationship

    Marvel Entertainment, Inc. and Dabel Brothers Productions, LLC have announced they are mutually ending their publishing relationship. 

  • Marvel Comics on sale this week

    Marvel Comics on sale this week
    Hey True Believers, here's your official list of comic books, collections and posters arriving in comic stores on August 15th.

  • Sunday 12 August 2007

  • Thor #2 strikes like lightning and sells out

    Thor #2 strikes like lightning and sells out
    Marvel is pleased to announce that Thor #2, from the electrifying creative team of JMS and Olivier Coipel, has sold out at Diamond.

  • Triple-A Baseball join forces with Marvel Entertainment

    Triple-A Baseball join forces with Marvel Entertainment
    Triple-A Baseball and Marvel Entertainment have teamed up for an exclusive partnership that brings together two true forms of Americana- baseball and comic books. 

  • Friday 10 August 2007

  • World War Hulk #1 sells out and goes back to press

    World War Hulk #1 sells out and goes back to press
    Marvel Comics has announced that World War Hulk #1 has sold out at Diamond. Fear not, if you haven't gotten your copy of this “incredible” summer blockbuster, Marvel is going back to press with a variant cover of superstar artist John Romita Jr.'s interior art.

  • Thursday 09 August 2007

  • Frazetta returns in the pages of Image Comics

    Frazetta returns in the pages of Image Comics
    Following the massive success of Frank Frazetta's Death Dealer, the artistic legend has approved a slate of new titles to hit stores in 2008.

  • Experience the Eisner winning Life & Death of Captain America like never before

    Experience the Eisner winning Life & Death of Captain America like never before
    Marvel Comics is set to treat fans with the mind-blowing Captain America by Ed Brubaker Omnibus Hardcover.

  • Tuesday 07 August 2007

  • KISS's Gene Simmons whips up the heat this summer with 'Dominatrix'

    KISSs Gene Simmons whips up the heat this summer with Dominatrix
    Starting in August, rock legend Gene Simmons introduces "Dominatrix," his leather-clad heroine with an attitude, to the world.

  • David Petersen wins 2007 Russ Manning Most Promising Newcomer Award

    David Petersen wins 2007 Russ Manning Most Promising Newcomer Award
    Archaia Studios Press has announced that Mouse Guard creator David Petersen won the 2007 Russ Manning Most Promising Newcomer Award presented this past Friday at the Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards ceremony held at Comic-Con International: San Diego.

  • Silent Devil announces $5 sale at Wizard World Chicago

    Silent Devil will be with Zenescope Entertainment at booth #124 for Wizard World Chicago. All weekend long the indie publisher will be offering special $5 deals for fans.

  • Comflix Studios premieres episodes of The Last Sin of Mark Grimm

    Comflix Studios, a Los Angeles and New York based multi-media company that presents a new way to enjoy comic books by adding visual effects, voice over, and sound design to the art and storylines of traditional print comic books is proud to premiere episodes 2 & 3 of their highly acclaimed Mark Grimm series.

  • Marvel Comics on sale this week

    Marvel Comics on sale this week
    Hey True Believers, here's your official list of comic books, collections and posters arriving in comic stores on August 8th, 2007.

  • Sunday 05 August 2007

  • DisORDERly conduct in Iron Man's new team

    DisORDERly conduct in Iron Mans new team
    Everything was going smoothly for the television debut of California's super team, The Order, until a group of Soviet super-weapons showed up looking for blood! 

  • Silver Surfer's last ride?

    Silver Surfers last ride?
    Marvel Knights' critically acclaimed limited series, Silver Surfer: Requiem, soars the spaceways to its powerful conclusion!  The red hot creative team J. Michael Straczynski and Esad Ribic's bring fans a moving account of the Silver Surfer's final ride, which has shocked and thrilled fans and critics alike.

  • Thursday 02 August 2007

  • Dr. Who, Transformers and Speed Racer part of IDW Publishing new titles

    IDW Publishing, the San Diego-based publisher of comic books and graphic novels, announced plans to expand their line of high-quality creator-owned and licensed titles with many new titles announced at this year’s Comic Con International.

  • Exodus Film Group announce comic book deal with IDW Publishing

    Exodus Film Group has announced a comic book deal with IDW Publishing for Exodus' CG-animated feature film “Igor.” Long known for its exciting array of titles, including popular licenses “Transformers,” “24,” and “CSI,” IDW publishes some of today's most innovative and ground-breaking comic books.

  • Iron Man: Struck By Lightning

    Iron Man: Struck By Lightning
    Being the Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. means traveling to all sorts of exotic and exciting places, from Madripoor to the Savage Land to...Omaha, Nebraska?  That's right, True Believers, in Iron Man #21 the Golden Avenger is coming to Omaha, and not for the delicious steak but to seek out two, all-new superhumans! 

  • Out of the dust of this year's Comic-Con comes The End League

    Dark Horse Comics has announced a new ongoing superhero event sure to have fans of the genre buzzing. For his return to the world of comics, renowned artist Mat Broome teams up with critically acclaimed writer Rick Remender in The End League.

  • Wolverine must contain his berserker barrage!

    Wolverine must contain his berserker barrage!
    With the blood of Sabretooth still fresh on his claws and the mystery of Romulus still haunting his memory, the man known as Logan leaps into a new adventure in the double-sized Wolverine #56. 

  • Samurai returns to Dark Horse

    Samurai returns to Dark Horse
    Samurai: Heaven and Earth, Volume Three kicks off on the open sea, with star-crossed lovers, samurai Shiro and his love Yoshiko torn from each other’s arms after being reunited at the end of volume two.

  • Zenescope's The Living Corpse optioned for film

    Zenescopes The Living Corpse optioned for film
    Zenescope Entertainment's newest comic book title, The Living Corpse, was optioned for film last week by Shoreline Entertainment. The film will begin development as a live action feature before it hits store shelves.

  • The groundbreaking Dark Tower: The Gunslinger Born concludes

    The groundbreaking Dark Tower: The Gunslinger Born concludes
    Dark Tower: The Gunslinger Born #7 arrives in stores today, concluding the groundbreaking Marvel Comics adaptation of Roland's Deschain origin, from Stephen King's seminal Dark Tower novels!

  • Does Iron Fist Have The Best Kung-Fu?

    Does Iron Fist Have The Best Kung-Fu?
    After the harrowing conclusion to "The Last Iron Fist Story," Danny Rand has lost a friend and a mentor-but the worst is yet to come! In Immortal Iron Fist #8, a brand-new story arc begins as the titular hero must enter in the combat tournament to end all tournaments.

  • Spider-Man: One More Day variant covers revealed

    Spider-Man: One More Day variant covers revealed
    The biggest event in Spider-Man's history begins this September, as Peter Parker must confront the greatest challenge of his life! To celebrate this groundbreaking story, kicking off in the can't-miss Amazing Spider-Man #544, all four chapters feature gorgeous variant covers by the red-hot Marko Djurdevic.

  • Elephantmen #10 sells out

    Elephantmen #10 sells out
    Image Comics has announced that Elephantmen #10 (which hit stores less than a week ago on the opening day of San Diego) has already sold out. 

  • Monday 30 July 2007

  • Director Ed Burns and Virgin Comics announce new series

    New York filmmaker and actor, Ed Burns (Brothers McMullen, Saving Private Ryan) is creating a new series of comic books for Virgin Comics.

  • Jenna Jameson to star in new Virgin Comics series

    Jenna Jameson to star in new Virgin Comics series
    World-famous entrepreneur, adult entertainment icon and New York Times best-selling author Jenna Jameson is creating and staring in her own series of comic books,.

  • Sci Fi Channel and Virgin Comics unveil groundbreaking new comic

    Sci Fi Channel, the television network that fuels the imagination, and Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Comics have announced the first original title under the Sci Fi/Virgin Comics banner.

  • Marvel Comics on sale this week

    Marvel Comics on sale this week
    Hey True Believers, here's your official list of comic books and collections arriving in comic stores on August 1st, 2007.

  • Fox Network Television options Nightwolf for series development

    Fox Network Television options Nightwolf for series development
    Marty Adelstein and 20th Century Fox Television have struck a deal to develop the comic book series by VLE Comics' Stephen L. Antczak,published by Devil's Due, about a werewolf turned anti-hero as an ongoing television series.

  • MySpace and Dark Horse Comics launch “MySpace Dark Horse Presents”

    MySpace, the nation’s most trafficked website, and Dark Horse Comics, pioneers of creator owned and licensed comics material, have announced a partnership to revive one of the most celebrated comic anthologies with the launch of a new online comic book, “MySpace Dark Horse Presents…”. 

  • Director Joss Whedon raises $61,716 for Equality Now

    Director Joss Whedon raises $61,716 for Equality Now
    In conjunction with Dark Horse, eBay, and Auction Cause, five spots at a dinner table with Joss Whedon were offered on eBay.com/JossWhedon starting Monday, July 2nd, 2007. The ten-day auction proved to be a fierce bidding battle.

  • Dark Horse announces the next stage in the life of Conan

    Dark Horse announces the next stage in the life of Conan
    The world’s most famous barbarian will be going through some changes, starting with a re-launch of the Dark Horse comics series after issue #50. First, though, they’ll be tying up some loose ends: after Tim Truman and Cary Nord wrap up their adaptation of “Rogues in the House” in Conan #44.

  • Monk creator Andy Breckman joins Peter Gross to bring Long Lost to Dark Horse

    USA’s hit show Monk lends Dark Horse their creator Andy Breckman. Paired with legendary artist Peter Gross, the team delivers Long Lost, a drama full of loss, suspense, and mystery. Andy Breckman has a long history in comedy, having been a stand-up comedian, movie writer, and television producer.

  • Thursday 26 July 2007

  • Indiana Jones' adventures come to the pages of Dark Horse

    Lucasfilm's celebrated action/adventure hero, Indiana Jones, the forerunner of popular characters such as Lara Croft, will be making a triumphant return in 2008 with the yet-to-be-titled fourth installment of the Indiana Jones film series.

  • Magic: The Gathering releases Tenth Edition

    Magic: The Gathering releases Tenth Edition
    Magic: The Gathering Trading Card Game’s Tenth Edition is the “greatest hits” of Magic - featuring some of the best and most popular cards of all time.

  • Tuesday 24 July 2007

  • Artist Tim Sale is everywhere at San Diego

    Artist Tim Sale is everywhere at San Diego
    The ubiquitous Tim Sale, whose work pioneered the look and feel of the NBC hit “Heroes,” will be highly visible at this year’s Comic-Con International: San Diego (July 26-29).

  • Blue Dream Studios hits San Diego with all-ages fare

    Blue Dream Studios hits San Diego with all-ages fare
    Scott Christian Sava’s Blue Dream Studios is, like everyone else, heading to Comic-Con International: San Diego (July 26-29). But not like everyone else, Blue Dream’s sole enterprise is for every age, from 1 to 100.

  • The Image Comics of tomorrow revealed at Comic-Con

    This Friday The Image Comics Show hosted by Brian Posehn and Gerry Duggan will be the home of Image's biggest announcements.

  • Devil’s Due Publishing ready to rock San Diego Comic-Con

    Devil’s Due Publishing ready to rock San Diego Comic-Con
    Fans, prepare to be rocked…Skeptics, converted…Devil’s Due Publishing, Inc. (DDP) is packing its bags for Comic-Con International: San Diego (July 25 – 29).

  • Monday 23 July 2007

  • IDW Publishing readies for a block-busting Comic-Con

    IDW Publishing readies for a block-busting Comic-Con
    With the 2007 San Diego Comic-Con coming to town, IDW Publishing is ready to mix it up with the legions of comics fans, both celebrating existing titles, and announcing new projects that further build upon their benchmark of quality.

  • Marvel announces plans for San Diego Comic-Con 2007

    Scientists have found that at any given time during San Diego Comic-Con, there are roughly 78,342 things going. What you should really concerned be about, though, is what's going on with Marvel.

  • Marvel Comics on sale this week

    Marvel Comics on sale this week
    True Believers, here's your official list of comic books and collections arriving in comic stores on July 25th from Marvel Comics.

  • Dark Horse Comics announces San Diego Comic-Con events

    Dark Horse Comics has announced its signing schedule, panels and events for the upcoming San Diego Comic-Con.

  • Archaia Studios Press in full force at San Diego Comic Con

    In what has already been a crazy busy year, Archaia Studios Press (ASP) amps it up at this year’s Comic-Con International: San Diego (July 26-29). Fans can come by the booth (#2049), meet the creators, visit the panels, and see what’s happening at ASP.

  • 12 Gauge Comics blast into Comic-Con 2007

    12 Gauge Comics blasts into Comic-Con International, packin' more heat than ever before!  The stable of talent locked-and-loaded at booth #2547 includes 12 Gauge members Brian Stelfreeze, Jason Pearson, Cully Hamner, Doug Wagner and Keven Gardner - but that's just a start.

  • Marvel’s newuniversal explodes into a premiere hardcover collection

    Marvel’s newuniversal explodes into a premiere hardcover collection
    From the critically acclaimed team of Warren Ellis & Salvador Larroca came the first volume of newuniversal, an epic new story showing how very real people are affected by an event that grants superpowers to a handful of humans.

  • Mouse Guard invades foreign lands

    Mouse Guard invades foreign lands
    Villard Books, an imprint of Random House Publishing Group, and Archaia Studios Press today announce that Mouse Guard has begun its invasion of foreign lands.

  • Image Comics’ Wolf-Man #2 “astounds” fandom

    Image Comics’ Wolf-Man #2 “astounds” fandom
    Over the last year Robert Kirkman and Jason Howard have put a lot of work into both developing and promoting their new title, The Astounding Wolf-Man, and if the book's release proves anything - it's a hit.

  • Comic Book Review: Amazing Spider-Man #542 – “Back in Black” pt. 4 of 5

    Comic Book Review: Amazing Spider-Man #542 – “Back in Black” pt. 4 of 5
    Spidey is back in the black suit and his attitude and actions reflect his color. Following his public outing and break from Iron Man as part of the Civil War storyline, he is on the run with his family.

  • Sunday 22 July 2007

  • Nova rockets out of stores once more!

    Nova rockets out of stores once more!
    Marvel has announced that Nova #4, written by Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning and drawn by Sean Chen, has sold out at Diamond. This sell-out marks the fourth straight time that Nova has rocketed out of stores immediately-and things are only getting more intense.

  • Endangered Species rocks Uncanny X-Men & X-Factor to sell outs

    Endangered Species rocks Uncanny X-Men & X-Factor to sell outs
    Marvel Comics has announce that Uncanny X-Men #488 and X-Factor #21 have both sold out at Diamond (though copies may be available at the retail level), marking the fourth straight sell-out from the red-hot Endangered Species storyline.

  • Comflix Studios launches its new website

    Comflix Studios launches its new website
    Comflix Studios, a Los Angeles and New York based multi-media company, launched its newly redesigned ad-supported website, Comflix.net, after a highly successful soft launch/preview for comic book fans.

  • Friday 20 July 2007

  • The Avengers battle The Autobots!

    The Avengers battle The Autobots!
    The pop culture collision of the summer continues in Marvel & IDW Publishing's New Avengers/Transformers #2 (of 4), as the Autobots and Avengers come to blows...with each other? 

  • World War Hulk #2 hits stores

    World War Hulk #2 hits stores
    World War Hulk #2 smashes into stores today, as this summer's biggest comic book epic continues! The Hulk has decimated Black Bolt and Iron Man-so who's next?

  • The Master Chief wages war in Halo: Uprising #1

    The Master Chief wages war in Halo: Uprising #1
    The Eisner Award-winning team of writer Brian Bendis, artist Alex Maleev and colorist Matt Hollingsworth are back to bring you one of the most anticipated new series of the year - Halo: Uprising!

  • Wolverine and Captain America: Brothers in Arms

    Wolverine and Captain America: Brothers in Arms
    Captain America and Logan's history is finally revealed in the five part series "Our War!" Daniel Way and Steve Dillon bring us back to a time when America wasn't "officially" involved in WWII and Captain America was still a young soldier.

  • Fear the Crawl Space from Image Comics

    Fear the Crawl Space from Image Comics
    Rick Remender and Kieron Dwyer return to the genre they helped reinvent with their all-new, full color ongoing horror series, Crawl Space.

  • The Luna Brothers return to Image Comics with The Sword

    The Luna Brothers, creators behind Girls and Ultra, and artists of Marvel's Spider-Woman, return this October with an all-new modern-day fantasy series, The Sword.

  • Virgin Comics and MySpace team for Coalition Comix

    Virgin Comics and MySpace have teamed up to launch Coalition Comix, a new online comic book platform, allowing thousands of participants to work with leading comic book creators in the development and creation of new characters and stories.

  • Thursday 28 December 2006

  • Book Review: The Lost Colony Book One: The Snodgrass Conspiracy

    Book Review: The Lost Colony Book One: The Snodgrass Conspiracy
    How does one even begin to describe a comic like Grady Klein’s “The Lost Colony”?  I suppose a few basics are in order: “The Snodgrass Conspiracy” is the first volume in a series of “Lost Colony” books, it is a colorful romp through early nineteenth-century America, and it is currently being published by First Second.

  • Book Review: American Born Chinese

    Book Review: American Born Chinese
    There are certain things that make for a good piece of literature - such as the ability to make a person (when they finish a book) want to go back to the beginning and read it again.  The very same can be said for graphic novels. 

  • Sunday 03 December 2006

  • Book Review: Deogratias: A Tale of Rwanda

    Book Review: Deogratias: A Tale of Rwanda
    Deogratias: A Tale of Rwanda is a graphic novel that tells the fictional story of a young Rwandan, Deogratias, a Hutu, and his journey to madness and depravity during the mass genocide that occurred in the country in the early 1990’s.

  • Tuesday 21 November 2006

  • Book Review: Kampung Boy

    Book Review: Kampung Boy

    Kampung Boy, by Lat, is a favorite of millions of readers in Southeast Asia.  And as the old saying goes, how can millions of Southeast Asians (or Elvis fans) be wrong?  Kampung Boy tells the story of Mat, a Muslim boy growing up in a kampung in the heart of the tin mining district in the Kinta Valley in Perak. 

  • Book Review: Klezmer, Collector's Edition: Tales of the Wild East

    Book Review: Klezmer, Collectors Edition: Tales of the Wild East

    Klezmer is Hebrew for “instrument of song” and refers to a group of traveling musicians.  Noah Davidovich (aka the Baron of my Backside) is one such traveling musician, but finds himself the only survivor when other musicians murder all of the party traveling with him.

  • Monday 20 November 2006

  • Book Review: Lost Girls

    Book Review: Lost Girls

    Lost Girls, written by Alan Moore and illustrated by Melinda Gebbie, is the accumulation of approximately sixteen years of labor into three large volumes and sold as a boxed set through Top Shelf Productions.

  • Friday 17 November 2006

  • Book Review: Vampire Loves

    Book Review: Vampire Loves

    Ferdinand is a vampire who appears to be unlucky in love.  He’s a somewhat kind vampire in that he only uses one fang to sup to make the victim think they’ve only gotten a mosquito bite.

  • Wednesday 15 November 2006

  • Book Review: To Dance: A Ballerina's Graphic Novel

    Book Review: To Dance: A Ballerinas Graphic Novel

    To Dance, a Ballerina’s Graphic Novel, is a memoir written by Siena Cherson Siegel, with artwork by Mark Siegel. It is a delightfully written and depicts the story of a young girl’s coming of age in the world of ballet.

  • Monday 06 November 2006

  • Star Wars continues in the pages of Dark Horse Comics

    Star Wars continues in the pages of Dark Horse Comics
    George Lucas may have finished his latest trip into the Star Wars universe, but the struggle between the Rebels and Empire continue each month in the pages of Dark Horse Comics - including three graphic novels In the Shadows of Their Fathers; Honor and Duty; and Jedi vs. Sith.

  • Sunday 05 November 2006

  • Civil War implications lead to Black Panther #21 second printing

    Civil War implications lead to Black Panther #21 second printing
    Black Panther and Storm's decision to enter Civil War at the end of Black Panther #21 has sent shockwaves through comic book shops, leading the issue to sell out at Diamond.

  • Monday 02 October 2006

  • Book Review: Grimm Fairy Tales, Vol. 1 (Trade Paperback)

    Book Review: Grimm Fairy Tales, Vol. 1 (Trade Paperback)
    Grimm Fairy Tales, Vol. 1 collects the first six issues of the new hit comic from Zenescope Entertainment, and is well worth the money if you failed to catch the comic when it started or just want all of the first set of tales collected into one reading.

  • Friday 28 July 2006

  • Civil War brings new Heroes for Hire and we have 5 pages of art

    Civil War brings new Heroes for Hire and we have 5 pages of art
    Coming out of Civil War emerges a new team of heroes ... heroes looking for a paycheck.  In Heroes for Hire #1, writers Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray along with fan-favorite artist Billy Tucci (Shi) bring to you a new ongoing series filled to the brim with action, adventure, and kung fu.

  • Witchblade co-creator and The Innocents writer David Wohl to attend Wizard World Chicago

    David Wohl, the co-creator of Witchblade and the writer on Top Cow/Spacedog's The Innocents, will be signing at the Top Cow booth #311 and at Artist Alley table #3111 during Wizard World Chicago.

  • Wednesday 19 July 2006

  • Year ending storyline to change Ant forever!

    Year ending storyline to change Ant forever!
    For the past year, readers of Ant have longed to know the truth behind Image's newest superhero. Now, in a series-altering storyline entitled "Nineteen Ninety-Two," all will be revealed.

  • Tuesday 18 July 2006

  • Bendis and Brooks return for Ultimate Spider-Man Annual #2

    Bendis and Brooks return for Ultimate Spider-Man Annual #2
    The team of Brian Michael Bendis and Mark Brooks are back again this year for Ultimate Spider-Man Annual #2, and they're packing this year's annual with action.

  • Friday 14 July 2006

  • Civil War leaves Spidey unmasked in Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #11

    Civil War leaves Spidey unmasked in Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #11
    Spider-Man revealed his identity to the world in the pages of Civil War.  Now it's time for bullies and enemies alike to come-a-calling looking for Peter Parker in Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #11, and Marvel Comics gave us a look at what to expect. 

  • Thursday 13 July 2006

  • Marvel Comics wants YOU! Portfolio reviews to be held at San Diego Comic Con

    Marvel Comics wants YOU! Portfolio reviews to be held at San Diego Comic Con
    The San Diego Comic Con is being held from July 21-23 and Marvel will be there on the lookout for the next wave of talented creators. 

  • Wednesday 12 July 2006

  • Spider-Man: Kraven's Last Hunt gets premiere hardcover treatment

    Spider-Man: Kravens Last Hunt gets premiere hardcover treatment
    One of the quintessential stories in Spider-Man's history is getting the Premiere HC treatment as Spider-Man: Kraven's Last Hunt Premiere HC brings to readers the final grasp at revenge for Kraven the Hunter along with 20 extra pages of new material.

  • Frank Frazetta’s legendary creation Death Dealer coming to Image Comics

    Frank Frazetta’s legendary creation Death Dealer coming to Image Comics
    As announced in January, Frank Frazetta’s legendary creation Death Dealer will be coming to Image Comics courtesy of artists Nat Jones, and Jay Fotos.

  • Saturday 08 July 2006

  • Image Comics heads East for new noir series Samurai Detective

    Image Comics heads East for new noir series Samurai Detective
    There are a million stories in the naked city and they always start with a dame. So it is with Sam Noir: Samurai Detective, and we have a four page preview of what to expect.

  • Friday 07 July 2006

  • The worlds of film, television, comedy, and comics collide in new issues of The Goon

    The worlds of film, television, comedy, and comics collide in new issues of The Goon
    A few of the more notable names in comedic film and television join forces with comics’ best and brightest to bring you a hilarious new perspective on the world of Eric Powell’s The Goon - in this new three-part, black-and-white anthology series.

  • Silent Devil to release Runes of Ragnan collected edition this fall

    Silent Devil to release Runes of Ragnan collected edition this fall
    This Fall, Silent Devil will unleash the Viking epic Runes of Ragnan in a collected edition. Written by Ty Gorton, drawn in high action detail by Josh Medors, with colors by Jay Fotos, the collected edition will include a 5-page prequel, an exclusive short story with visuals by Bud Cook, contest winning artwork, and a behind the scenes feature. 

  • Marvel announces Howard Chaykin as new Blade artist

    Marvel announces Howard Chaykin as new Blade artist
    Fan-favorite artist Howard Chaykin has officially been announced as the artist on the launch of the upcoming Blade series alongside writer Marc Guggenheim. Chaykin, probably best known for his American Flagg series, is ready to take the vampire-hunter to new heights as he combines horror with super-heroics.  

  • Wednesday 05 July 2006

  • East meets West with G.I. Joe Special Missions: Tokyo

    East meets West with G.I. Joe Special Missions: Tokyo
    This September, Devil’s Due Publishing, Inc. delves into the missions of G.I. Joe reserves roster in G.I. Joe Special Missions: Tokyo - a 48 Page one shot featuring art of fan favorite Tim Seeley and stories by Robert Rodi and Mike O’Sullivan.

  • Marvel reveals Gaiman’s Eternals #2 and #3 covers

    Marvel reveals Gaiman’s Eternals #2 and #3 covers
    Neil Gaiman and John Romita Jr.'s Eternals #1 is out on shelves so Marvel is releasing Rick Berry's beautiful painted covers to Eternals #2 and #3.

  • Spider-Girl series set to end with 100th issue celebration

    Spider-Girl series set to end with 100th issue celebration
    The long-running Spider-Girl series has finally reached its end, but not before going out with a bang in a 100th issue spectacular.  Spider-Girl #100 is a 104-page wrap-up of the adventures of the original Spider-Man's daughter in the MC2 Universe.

  • Jack Kirby creation Galactic Bounty Hunters to be released on Marvel's Icon imprint

    Jack Kirby creation Galactic Bounty Hunters to be released on Marvels Icon imprint
    Jack Kirby was always busy creating new characters and concepts. Now, Marvel Comics is proud to team up with his daughter Lisa Kirby, and publish a never before seen project - Jack Kirby's Galactic Bounty Hunters.

  • Civil War breakout as the 198 revolts in Civil War: X-Men #1

    Civil War breakout as the 198 revolts in Civil War: X-Men #1
    Civil War has reached Professor Xavier's Institute for Gifted Youngsters and the 198 have decided to take up arms against the Sentinels keeping watch over the remaining mutants in Civil War: X-Men #1. Marvel has sent us a five page preview of what to expect.

  • Monday 03 July 2006

  • Silent Devil presents new take on Greek classic

    Silent Devil presents new take on Greek classic
    Silent Devil will release a new take on a Greek classic when the company releases Antigone - a 32-page black and white one-shot by writer David Hopkins and artist Tom Kurzanski.

  • Thursday 29 June 2006

  • Wolverine: Origins #5 Two Covers Revealed

    Wolverine: Origins #5 Two Covers Revealed
    Marvel has released the two covers to Wolverine: Origins #5 which will be released in a 50/50 split.  The first cover is by regular Wolverine: Origins cover artist Joe Quesada and the other cover is by Squadron Supreme's Gary Frank. 

  • Devil’s Due to publish comic adaptation of Salvatore’s Crystal Shard

    Devil’s Due to publish comic adaptation of Salvatore’s Crystal Shard
    This August, Devil’s Due Publishing, Inc. travels to Forgotten Realms to present The Legend of Drizzt Vol. IV: The Crystal Shard #1 (of 3).

  • Friday 23 June 2006

  • Dark Horse unveils surprise variant Conan covers by Hellboy creator Mike Mignola

    Dark Horse unveils surprise variant Conan covers by Hellboy creator Mike Mignola
    In celebration of Mike Mignola’s special three issue Conan storyline, Dark Horse will be releasing three separate variant covers. In addition to the stunning covers drawn by artist Tony Harris, each issue will have one alternate cover drawn by Mignola himself.

  • Comic Icon Joe Quesada Joins Marvel's Blog Brigade

    Comic Icon Joe Quesada Joins Marvels Blog Brigade
    Marvel's Editor-in-Chief, CCO, and the human lightening rod for controversy Joe Quesada has started his very own blog on Marvel.com, appropriately titled Cup of Blog.

  • Oeming and Brandon Bring the Bronx to comics

    Oeming and Brandon Bring the Bronx to comics
    A comatose girl. Supernatural criminals. Two cops on the edge. What do they all have in common? Welcome to the world of The Cross Bronx - a brand-new four-issue miniseries by Michael Avon Oeming (co-creator of Powers) and Ivan Brandon.

  • Friday 16 June 2006

  • Blood and Roses returns and the girls are back

    Blood and Roses returns and the girls are back
    The girls of time are back in this new on-going comic book series. Blood and Rose’s creator Robert Wayne Hickey is at the helm writing the latest adventure where Blood and Roses meet up with a few old friends that older fans will recognize and new fans will love.

  • Saturday 10 June 2006

  • Image Comic’s Afterworks 2 expands to 360 pages

    Image Comic’s Afterworks 2 expands to 360 pages
    With the buzz around Afterworks 2 growing, so has the anthology itself as Image Comics has announced that Afterworks 2 is expanding to almost double its original proportions, from the originally solicited 200 pages to 360 pages.

  • Spider-Man, Venom, Gravity and others go Beyond in a new series

    Spider-Man, Venom, Gravity and others go Beyond in a new series
    Marvel Comics has sent us five pages from the upcoming Beyond six issue mini-series featuring Spider-man, Venom and more in a new series launching this July.

  • Brubaker and Tan take over Uncanny X-Men and we have a look at the art

    Brubaker and Tan take over Uncanny X-Men and we have a look at the art
    Ed Brubaker and Billy Tan are poised to take the X-Men to dazzling new heights as they take over Uncanny X-Men with issue #475 and Marvel Comics was nice enough to give us a look at the art.

  • Thursday 08 June 2006

  • Marvel launches a contest to kick-off Blade: The Series

    Marvel launches a contest to kick-off Blade: The Series
    To mark the June 28th premiere of Blade: The Series, Marvel.com, New Line Television, and Spike TV are joining together to offer a fan a comic book opportunity of a  lifetime-and a trip for two to Comic-Con in San Diego

  • Tuesday 30 May 2006

  • Silvestri Ghost Rider Variant revealed

    Silvestri Ghost Rider Variant revealed
    The Spirit of Vengeance makes his fiery return to an all-new ongoing series with Ghost Rider #1 featuring a hotter-than-hellfire variant by superstar artist Marc Silvestri. Marvel has provided us a look at what we can expect from Silvestri and Ghost Rider.

  • New Avengers guest-star in Iron Man #9

    New Avengers guest-star in Iron Man #9
    The dynamic father and son team of Daniel and Charlie Knauf continue their groundbreaking first story arc “Execute Program” in Iron Man #9 where a ruthless assassin is working his way down a list of targets.

  • Planet Hulk, The Champions, and more Giant-Size Hulk #1

    Planet Hulk, The Champions, and more Giant-Size Hulk #1
    What's bigger than a story featuring the Hulk?  Well, how about two new stories as well as a classic tale featuring the Jade Giant – and we have a look at some of the art!

  • Friday 28 April 2006

  • Grace Slick’s White Rabbit Rides a Dark Horse

    Grace Slick’s White Rabbit Rides a Dark Horse
    After four decades of generating worldwide recognition as a rock music icon, Grace Slick has begun a new career as a fine artist, and this May will join with Dark Horse Deluxe for a "White Rabbit" stationery set and journal.

  • Eclectic mix of artist take part in Image Comics’ Afterworks 2

    Eclectic mix of artist take part in Image Comics’ Afterworks 2
    What do you get when the top names in the animation industry find some time after working their day jobs to express their creative passion for comics? Image Comics is proud to present an amazing anthology debuting this July - Afterworks 2.

  • All-ages Avengers action in Marvel Adventures Avengers

    All-ages Avengers action in Marvel Adventures Avengers
    The successful Marvel Adventures line is expanding and now you'll get to read the tales of Earth's Mightiest Heroes in all-ages stories every month. Marvel was kind enough to provide us with a look at some of the art.

  • Wednesday 05 April 2006

  • Zombies, Doom, and new Suydam variant headline Ultimate Fantastic Four #30

    Zombies, Doom, and new Suydam variant headline Ultimate Fantastic Four #30
    Marvel announced the new Sudyam zombie cover, revealed on Marvel.com last week, will be a variant cover to Ultimate Fantastic Four #30 along with a second Sketch Variant of Greg Land's cover.

  • Larry Hama returns to G.I. Joe fold in June

    Larry Hama returns to G.I. Joe fold in June
    This June, Devil’s Due launches the G.I. Joe franchise into the stratosphere with G.I. Joe: Declassified #1 (of 3), and the writer that started it all, Larry Hama (G.I. JOE, Wolverine), returns to the fold.

  • Tuesday 04 April 2006

  • Spider-Man on the eve of Civil War in Amazing Spider-Man #531

    Spider-Man on the eve of Civil War in Amazing Spider-Man #531
    With the cloud of Civil War looming over the Marvel Universe, Peter Parker has to help Tony Stark defeat the Superhero Registration Act and as Spider-Man stop the new Titanium Man in Amazing Spider-Man #531 - and Marvel was kind enough to give us a look at the art.

  • Super Frat Battles Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld on Spring Break

    Super Frat Battles Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld on Spring Break
    Super Frat, the webcomic based after the adventures of Ryesmore University's fraternity Lambda Sigma Rho, has launched their second annual "Spring Break Special" online.

  • Saturday 25 March 2006

  • Logan goes back to the past in Wolverine: Origins #1

    Logan goes back to the past in Wolverine: Origins #1
    Spinning directly out of the "Origins and Endings" story arc, currently concluding in Wolverine, comes an all-new Wolverine monthly title - Wolverine: Origins. The comic arrives on stands in April, but Marvel passed along a five page look at the art!

  • Friday 10 March 2006

  • Marvel shines some light on the Illuminati and Civil War

    Marvel shines some light on the Illuminati and Civil War
    The Eisner award-winning team of Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev reunite to tell the secret history of the Illuminati in New Avengers: Illuminati and we have a hint of what’s to expect in this comic that will help launch the epic Planet Hulk Event and pave the road to Civil War.

  • Thursday 09 March 2006

  • Moon Knight rises again and we have a six-page preview

    Moon Knight rises again and we have a six-page preview
    In Moon Knight #1, the Egyptian god Khonshu who originally turned Spector into Moon Knight may just grant his wish and Marvel granted ours by sending us a six-page preview of the upcoming comic.

  • Marvel gives a glimpse of X-Men: Deadly Genesis #5

    Marvel gives a glimpse of X-Men: Deadly Genesis #5
    After last issue's shocking revelations, Vulcan takes the next step in his quest for revenge against the X-Men in X-Men: Deadly Genesis #5 and the House of Ideas gave us a glimpse of the comic.

  • Captain America 65th Anniversary Special sneak peek

    Captain America 65th Anniversary Special sneak peek
    Marvel Comics is getting ready to celebrate 65 years of Captain America, and provided us with an a peek of the extra-long special that weaves together Cap's modern stories with his fighting days in World War II!

  • Friday 24 February 2006

  • Comic artist Dave Dorman to launch webcast & podcast on comics

    The man who can’t seem shake his “Mr. Star Wars” moniker, world-renowned comic book illustrator and creator, Dave Dorman, has decided to launch his own Webcast and Podcast.

  • Thunderbolts reach 100 mark and someone is going to die

    Thunderbolts reach 100 mark and someone is going to die
    The Thunderbolts can no longer call themselves "new" as they reach their milestone 100th issue and a T-bolt will make the ultimate sacrifice for redemption. Yes, one of our heroes will die. But who?   

  • Image Comics & 12 Gauge to publish Rosario Dawson’s 'O.C.T.' in July

    Image Comics & 12 Gauge to publish Rosario Dawson’s O.C.T. in July
    Rosario Dawson, David Atchisonand Tony Shasteen announced today that their new comic book miniseries, the Occult Crimes Taskforce, would now be published through Image Comics starting this July.

  • Spidey and Black Cat team up and we have a first look at the art

    Spidey and Black Cat team up and we have a first look at the art
    Sensational Spider-Man #24 continues the "Feral" storyline where Spider-Man finds his more animalistic foes becoming more bestial, and Marvel has given us a look at some of the art from the upcoming comic.

  • Wednesday 22 February 2006

  • Bianchi's variant Squadron Supreme #1 cover revealed

    Bianchis variant Squadron Supreme #1 cover revealed
    Spinning out of the fan-favorite Supreme Power series is the new ongoing series Squadron Supreme. And in order to make Squadron Supreme #1 a "supreme" launch, Marvel is releasing a variant cover as well as a variant sketch cover by superstar artist Simone Bianchi.

  • Sunday 05 February 2006

  • Uncanny X-Men Omnibus, Astonishing X-Men HC headline spring X-Men collections

    Uncanny X-Men Omnibus, Astonishing X-Men HC headline spring X-Men collections
    Coming this Spring, Marvel is offering collections of some of the greatest X-Men stories ever written, from the classics of Chris Claremont and John Byrne to the instant classics of Joss Whedon and John Cassaday.

  • Furious Fist of the Drunken Monkey lands a punch this June from Silent Devil

    Furious Fist of the Drunken Monkey lands a punch this June from Silent Devil
    Furious Fist of the Drunken Monkey: Origin of the Species, a series about an alcoholic chimp named Chip and his toad sidekick, Al, will debut from Silent Devil in June in a three-issue full color mini-series by writer/artist/creator Rich Stahnke.

  • Nextwave #1 Director's Cut on the way

    Nextwave #1 Directors Cut on the way
    Marvel's Nextwave #1 Directors's Cut brings you behind the scenes of Stuart Immonen's art as well as bringing you farther into the mind of Warren Ellis than anyone should ever dare.

  • Backbone and Image Comics give more life to Death, Jr.

    Backbone and Image Comics give more life to Death, Jr.
    Backbone Entertainment and Image Comics today announced that Death, Jr. will return to comic book shelves later this year in a second 3-issue, full-color series.

  • Turner's Ms. Marvel #1 Variants Revealed

    Turners Ms. Marvel #1 Variants Revealed
    Ms. Marvel is getting her own ongoing series from The House of Ideas this March and none other than Michael Turner is providing variant covers to Ms. Marvel #1.

  • Tuesday 31 January 2006

  • Finch Takes On Spidey in Spider-Man Unlimited #14 and Marvel gives us a peek

    Finch Takes On Spidey in Spider-Man Unlimited #14 and Marvel gives us a peek
    David Finch - the man who disassembled the Avengers and put the "ultimate" in Ultimate X-Men - is taking a crack at Marvel's signature hero, Spider-Man and Marvel sent us a three page peek at what the art is going to look like.

  • Marvel’s Nextwave #1 sells out quick

    Marvel’s Nextwave #1 sells out quick
    Nextwave #1 has sold out at Diamond but don't worry about beating yourself up if you missed out; after all, Nextwave is all about healing America by beating people up.   

  • Frazetta’s Death Dealer comes to Image Comics

    Frazetta’s Death Dealer comes to Image Comics
    Considered by many to be the greatest fantasy painter in the history of the medium, Frank Frazetta has had a long and successful career painting a wide range of fantastic creatures and characters - none was more famous than Death Dealer. Now, Image Comics is proud to present a six-part Death Dealer mini-series, written by Steve Niles.

  • Spider-Man has become a new man with a new costume

    Spider-Man has become a new man with a new costume
    After the life-changing events of the Other, Spider-Man has become a new man and Tony Stark has decided to mark the occasion by giving Peter Parker a brand-new costume in Amazing Spider-Man #529.

  • Wednesday 25 January 2006

  • Five page sneak peek at G.I. Joe Special Missions: Manhattan

    Devil’s Due has sent us a five page sneak peek at some of the art from their upcoming G.I. Joe: Special Missions: Manhattan that hits stands in February and features the return of Beach Head, Cover Girl and Tunnel Rat!

  • Monday 23 January 2006

  • The Looking Glass Wars: Hatter M officially a hit

    Desperado Publishing has been informed by Diamond Comic Distributors that all copies of the Image Comics-released title The Looking Glass Wars: Hatter M #1 that the distributor had on hand have been sold.

  • Friday 20 January 2006

  • New team of Aguirre-Sacasa and Medina make Spidey sensational

    Spider-Man will be sensationalized once again as Marvel Knights Spider-Man is undergoing a name change to Sensational Spider-Man starting with issue #23, and the folks at the House of Ideas have given us a special look at what to expect.

  • IDW Publishing’s Transformers: Infiltration #2 fires on all cylinders

    The action heats up even more with IDW Publishing’s second issue of the hit series Transformers: Infiltration. Writer Simon Furman and artist E.J. Su offer an action-packed story that is sure to keep fans turning the page.

  • Back with a vengeance: Valentino Returns to ShadowHawk

    After several years’ absence from creative duties, Image Comics co-founder Jim Valentino is taking the creative helm of the Image flagship title ShadowHawk and Image Comics has provided us with a peek at a few pages of the art from the upcoming comic storyline “Rise.”

  • Jim Reaper Joins the Silent Devil Family

    Silent Devil Productions and creator Dwight L. MacPherson have announced that Jim Reaper will be joining the publisher's summer 2006 line-up.

  • Saturday 24 December 2005

  • Runes of Ragnan art contest open to all artists

    In the upcoming origins issue #4 of Runes of Ragnan, the Viking god Odin will play a major role. The creative team of the comic has worked to create a new vision of this legendary figure, and they are inviting ALL artists to do the same in their "Essence of Odin" art contest.

  • Monkey Pharmacy's Elsinore committed to Devil’s Due

    Monkey Pharmacy’s vision of madness and the Apocalypse moves to Devil’s Due! Elsinore # 4 (of 9) Dreams in The Madhouse, (JAN062998), begins in March.

  • Friday 23 December 2005

  • Comic Book Review: Dracula Vs. King Arthur #3

    As the forces of Dracula continue their push to Camelot and a struggling King Arthur learns an awful truth, Silent Devil Production’s Dracula Vs. King Arthur #3 (of 4) takes the action established in the first two issues and cranks it up to a frenzied pitch.

  • Tuesday 20 December 2005

  • Devil’s Due concludes the Legend of Drizzt Trilogy in March

    Devil’s Due Publishing delivers the final graphic novel chapter in R.A. Salvatore’s Forgotten Realms Legend of Drizzt Trilogy beginning with Forgotten Realms: Sojourn #1 (of 3) this March.

  • Marvel shares a three-page look at Doc Samson

    Marvel Comics has sent us a three-page sneak peek of the first issue of the new Doc Samson series that hits comic stands on Jan. 4th and will retail for $2.99.

  • Saturday 17 December 2005

  • Five Page glimpse of Dracula Vs. King Arthur #3

    Silent Devil Productions has provided us with an early look at five pages from the third issue of the hit series Dracula Vs. King Arthur - which features a 40 page story by Adam and Christian Beranek and art by Chris Moreno.

  • Wednesday 14 December 2005

  • A four-page early look at Marvel’s Ultimate Extinction

    Marvel Comics has sent us an early look at some of the art from the upcoming Ultimate Extinction #1 (of 5) featuring a story written by Warren Ellis with pencils and cover by Brandon Peterson.

  • Saturday 10 December 2005

  • Belle and Sebastian take different approach to Image Comics in February

    Scottish Indie pop sensations Belle & Sebastian make their first foray into the four-color world in a very different approach to the comics anthology in Image Comics’ Put the Book Back on the Shelf: A Belle & Sebastian Anthology GN scheduled to hit stands February 22.

  • Iron Man: Inevitable sees the past come back to haunt Stark

    After his secret identity went public and then was subsequently restored, Iron Man had to expect retaliation from his oldest enemies, and in Iron Man: The Inevitable #1 he will get just that!

  • Friday 09 December 2005

  • Hellboy creator Mignola to write Conan special

    Dark Horse Comics has announced that Hellboy creator Mike Mignola will write a special adaptation of Hall of the Robert E. Howard’s Hall of the Dead for the Conan series, and that writer Timothy Truman will take over as the regular writer on the series following the departure of Kurt Busiek.

  • Wednesday 07 December 2005

  • Writer Paul Jenkins is exclusive with the House of Ideas

    Award-winning writer Paul Jenkins has signed an exclusive contract with Marvel Comics and is set to tackle Generation M and The Pulse.

  • Fear Agent #2 misprinted and going back to press

    Due to a printing error, Image Comics regrets to inform fans and retailers that Fear Agent #2 was incorrectly printed on the wrong paper stock, leading to widespread damages.

  • Thursday 27 October 2005

  • Interview: Runes of Ragnan writer Ty Gorton on the Viking epic

    Runes of Ragnan smashes into Image Comics this January, and writer Ty Gorton plans to make sure his two Viking brothers Eldjarn and Gunnarr characters spill enough blood to keep the comic’s fans happy with the move.

  • Sunday 21 August 2005

  • Comic Book Review: Runes of Ragnan #1

    Comic Book Review: Runes of Ragnan #1
    Runes of Ragnan #1, from Silent Devil Productions, is a comic that delivers every thing months of sneak peeks and tempting interviews have been teasing, and in true comic style leaves you not wanting to wait for issue #2.

  • Thursday 28 July 2005

  • Interview: Joe Quesada, Marvel’s Editor in Chief, talks past, present and what’s to come

    Since launching the Marvel Knights line in 1998 and becoming Marvel’s Editor in Chief in 2000, Joe Quesada has accomplished more than most could hope to do in a lifetime, but he still believes the best has yet to come.

  • Tuesday 12 July 2005

  • Interview: Runes of Ragnan writer Ty Gorton discusses Once An Hour Series 24 Hours of Beer and more

    When creators Ty Gorton and Josh Medors launched Runes of Ragnan: Once An Hour Series 24 Hours of Beer, Art, and Words, comic fans of the upcoming series were treated to a sneak peek

  • Book Review: The Murder of Abraham Lincoln by Rick Geary

    Rick Geary’s latest true crime graphic novel has an abundance of bad guys, which is what makes it worth reading.

  • Monday 06 June 2005

  • Interview: Writer Chris Bunting gives insight into new Mr.T comic and why it isn't a '80s gimmick

    Thanks to APComics and writer Chris Bunting, Mr. T, the tough talking ‘80s icon with a mohawk and plenty of gold chains, has returned to the comic shelves to deal out a dose of street justice to a world that needs a “real” hero.

  • Sunday 15 May 2005

  • Interview: Runes of Ragnan creators talk about their upcoming Viking epic

    Silent Devil is set to get medieval on comic fans come September with the company’s new release Runes of Ragnan – a comic series that is steeped in the violent history of the Norsemen and the Viking mythology that ruled their lives.

  • Thursday 28 April 2005

  • Comic Review: Madrox: Multiple Choice (X-Men)

    Ever wish you could send a copy of yourself to work while you hit the snooze button and slept in?

  • Thursday 17 February 2005

  • Book Review: Batman: Year One

    With the "Batman Begins" movie just around the corner we take a retrospective look at the graphic novel "Batman: Year One." 

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