Larime Taylor reveals some direction and insight into the series to be published in November.
A 5-page preview of November's issue
In an attempt to one up Marvel, Fox released a teaser for their trailer of X-Men: First Class: Days of Future Past
A wild trailer appears!
Inception and The Dark Knight Rises star Tom Hardy to play Sir Elton John in Rocketman biopic.
I'm not saying that guitarsmashley always seems to get the "good weeks" but...
Three great stories reach their conclusion!
A look at all the easter eggs and comic references from last night's episode of Arrow.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
We got'cher ten seconds right here!
The actors will play Shrapnel and KGBeast respectively.
You aren't actually reading these words. they are a figment of your imagination we are letting you see.
Since Jude's not writing this article, there won't be a single mention of tentacles.
A look at Easter Eggs and other musings from last night's episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
The premier for the new JJ Abrams Sci-Fi cop show 'Almost Human' pushed back two weeks.
No, but you sure do look like one.
Part 2 of 6
Catwoman vs. The Joker’s Daughter deep in the Gotham Underground!
A young Superman faces a threat like he’s never seen before when a powerful alien warlord named Mongul shows up on Earth’s doorstep looking for trouble!
The actor pulls off that Loki charm spoiling the ending to Young Avengers #11.
Batman himself, Anthony Ruivivar, revealed the news via his Twitter that the animated show will return January 2014.
Jonah Hex is out of Arkham Asylum and in modern times. But he wasn’t discharged under normal circumstances, and he has kidnapping and murder on his record.
Constantine wakes up in the House Of Mystery. How did he get there ? How did he survive the Crime Syndicate's attack on the Leagues ?
Was the title unclear? This book contains glowing alien penis jokes. I reviewed it.
So who's the boy with the same sexy-time time-stopping gifts as Suzie?
Various comic websites reacted favorably to the poster during a slow news day.
This week on the show, we're back to our usual tricks as Kieran is once again recommending his favourite band (because he's not had a chance to listen to anything else), we talk about the changing nature of what constitutes a live album and at least one of us recommends the best worst TV show on screens at the moment.
The way of the Bushido is way, way awesome this issue.
Indy Hunter gets to chat with the very busy but always hospitable Dirk Manning about his Kickstarter campaign to bring his widely-popular Tales of Mr. Rhee to print. Finally because you demanded it!
On this week's episode of View from the Gutters the topic is Revival, a supernatural horror comic by Tim Seeley and Mike Norton