Announced at the Spider-Man panel today, Kelly Sue DeConnick takes Captain Marvel "higher," literally.
The 30 Days of Night and Criminal Macabre creator reportedly had no flood insurance and could use some help.
The highly anticipated console game will also be coming to phones and tablets before the end of the year..
After roughly seventy years of telling the same love triangle story, Archie plans to publish Farewell Betty and Veronica and change things up.
Didio was asked about creator walkoffs, the abuse of female characters, and marriage in the New 52 at the Sunday Conversation with Dan Didio panel at New York Comic Con.
Cooke will illustrate a new line of Donald E. Westlake's Parker prose novels for IDW!
During the Batman: Arkham Origins panel voice actor Troy Baker delighted fans by reciting the Joker monologue from the "Killing Joke."
What went down at New York Comic Con on Saturday? Here's what The Outhouse covered.
Mike Carey and Peter Gross are ready to tell the final story of Tom Taylor in next year's The Unwritten: Apocalypse.
We have nothing mean to say about this one.
Marvel knows you want more Deadpool, so he will be going Infinite.
After what seems like ages since they announced they had the rights in 2009, Marvel will finally publish some old Miracleman stuff that people actually want to read.
The feral mutant will also do his best not to murder a bunch of orphans.
The publisher will team up with Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey parent Feld Entertainment for a worldwide tour called Marvel Universe Live.
The Star Wars: Rebels panel showed off a villain for the show, the Inquisitor, plus more details about the show revealed!!!
After Matt Fraction pulls a J. Michael Straczynski and loses interest in the franchise, James Robinson picks up the slack!
Ales Kot and Garry Brown will serve as creative team on the new series announced at Marvel's 'Events, Events, and More Events' panel at New York Comic Con today.
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