My Third Favorite Sword-and-Sorcery Stories Are In The Bible: An Interview With Aubrey Sitterson Part 3By Tim Midura in Features on November 18, 2016
The last of a three part interview about breaking in, G.I. Joe, wrestling, and more.
Manifest Destiny's Owen Gieni is the new artist.
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Robert Kirkman is honoring all the Image founders' issues in quarter bins everywhere.
All proceeds from the sale of this item will go towards the National LGBTQ Task Force.
Tan is replacing Guerra, who is replacing Moritat.
They're moving into the virtual reality business.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
Covers and solicitations for the first issues of the new year.
Plus, updates on some of CW's other returning and new shows.
Rep. Lewis continues to make history
That's one big monkey and oh some other nasty creatures with some bite too.
Because you demanded it! The hit article you’ve been asking for returns! Who will be left standing?!
Long in development film adaption gets a director.
Fine, even if I'm pro-Godzilla. These two posters are pretty neat.
Fans of the show are left reeling over the sudden surprise crossover cameo in last night's episode.
Get your DVRs ready for this sexy comic book adaptation.
Or it doesn't. It's speculation at this point.
Dozens of Valiant fans cheered.
The legendary cover artist is moving to the interior.
Marvel is taking Brexit to a whole new level.
The second of a three part interview about breaking in, G.I. Joe, wrestling, and more.
Some ideas are so weird, you gotta check 'em out!
The Italian Job ain't got nuthin' on SDCC.
Not known if Steve will be cast as Steve
Mags Visaggio is writing a DC backup and Eva Cabrera is drawing at Archie.
Seth Rogen is nowhere to be seen.
Cave Carson HACE #2, Suicide Squad #6, Aquaman #11, Trinity #3
No one can view the R-rated shenanigans that go on in this new trailer to the animated DC movie.
Says sci-fi doesn't do well, before launching its eighth iteration.