Black Lightning creator Tony Isabella posted a blog update responding to questions about his thoughts on Black Lightning appearing in the upcoming DC Universe Presents story arc.
DC announces four new Annuals available October 31
"Joe Kubert Presents" begins October 31
Today is Calvin and Hobbes creator Bill Waterson's birthday.
The Comic Book History of Comics has sold out and is going back to press for a second printing.
Check out the cover to the follow-up to Harry Potter from J.K. Rowling.
Onward, into the future with Top Shelf! The publisher announces some of their classics, namely American Elf and and The Surrogates, making their digital debuts!
Suddenly, Detective Comics isn't a superfluous book!
Marvel confirms a fourth Marvel Now! series.
BroNYcon rolls on to it's second and last day. Could Sunday ever hope to reach the highs of Saturday? Click the link to find out.
The Office scribes Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky are out, and an as-yet-unrevealed new team is in, according to disgraced actor Dan Aykroyd.
Amazing Spider-Man is not expected to top The Avengers' opening weekend box office gross.
Black and Blue in the DCU
Entertainment Weekly (aka. EW) strikes again, this time featuring news about a new Marvel One-Shot movie that will be shown at San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) this year.
Happy fun variant cover time!
Loeb will rub salt in the wounds of Earth's Mightiest Heroes fans at the Marvel Animation Presents panel at San Diego Comic Con as Avengers Assemble is revealed!
"Death in the skies above Tokyo"
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