No word on who will finish it for him.
I remember now ... my last days on Krypton !
Batwoman and Wonder Woman team up!
Check out all the NYCC Vertigo news!
Nothing happened at this panel because Marvel has been blowing its wad for the past two months and saved nothing for the convention.
The series will be released in 2013.
The series will be focus on General Hume's lieutenants.
Mark Waid, Matt Kindt and more talk Marvel's Infinite Comics digital line and more plus offer a free Spider-man comic through their app for a limited time.
Our first looks of the Silver Samurai, Viper and more from the set of 'The Wolverine'.
The series will be called Threshold.
Tonight, Syfy presents the frightening premiere of Chiller's latest original movie, Dead Souls.
Marvel has announced Wolverine Season One by Supernatural writers Ben Acker and Ben Blacker.
The movie wants to make its first steps towards reality.
Long rumored, the plot of Season 3 of Transformers: Prime stands revealed, along with a teaser clip!!
Grundy's rampage comes closer to its end in Earth 2!
Bendis is back in "the Kitchen" and he's cooking up a dark tale for Daredevil!
Writers Anthony Del Col and Conor McCreery returning for a new five-issue minisereies of Kill Shakespeare to debut in February.
Shocking and totally unexpected announcement from the DC camp.
Capcom again resurrects a pair of old titles in HD, but this time it isn't Street Fighter.
Pacific Rim and Annihilator coming in 2013 from comic division of Legendary Entertainment.
Snyder-Lee new title coming !
Future comics legend Cullen Bunn will deliver a sequel to Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe in 2013.
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God is dead.
Big news for the Oni Press cult hit.
LEGO teased their newest license with a slice of plastic pepperoni...
Superboy wearing Superman's Kryptonian Armor ??
Check out what ties Arrow has to the comic in this new weekly column.
The publisher will adapt the NBC show.
Former Captain America writer Ed Brubaker is developing crime and spy dramas for Hollywood.
A recap and brief review of Arrow.