Yo! Roll Out!
And Scott Snyder is the one to bring her back.
Nathan Edmondson and Phil Noto will bring us Black Widow in January.
Marvel announced an unprecedented 27th concurrent ongoing Avengers title at New York Comic Con today.
Vampires! Samurai! Action! Love! Terror!
Caution: Reading this book will make you smarter.
Al Ewing and Lee Garbett will produce the new Marvel series.
Will the Avengers Arena sort-of-follow-up provoke the same fervor on Tumblr?
Suck it Chargers!
A new Godzilla poster has been making the rounds online, but it's a fake. An awesome fake though. One that should be seen by everyone.
After decades of tension, the two characters will finally get their chance to express their love.
In a tweet advertising some upcoming Earth-2 action figures, DC may have spoiled the identity of Earth-2's Batman.
From a series of popular novels in various languages, to a popular video game RPG series, and now headed to comics!
The beleaguered writer humbly promises to try his best to get it right this time.
The crossover will also feature new costumes for the All New X-Men.
The writer will replace the departing Brian Wood on the Dark Horse series.
The actor says he'd do another Indiana Jones film "in a New York minute."
NYCC has been sending out tweets on behalf of various attendees.
The Crocodile is fully revealed, and who is the mystery woman?
Dynamite announced four new series based on the classic Gold Key characters.
Jeff Kromer reviews Three #1 from Kieron Gillen and Ryan Kelly
Arrow's season debut dropped 33% from last year, provoking widespread panic in comic book fandom.
Niam reviews this week's comics, including Batman, Infinity, Three, X-Men, Green Lantern Corps and more. But not much more.
For our final interview, Shaun snagged the head honcho himself, Mr.
The Sect Civil War begins!
Episodes from the Doctor Who serials "The Enemy of the World" and The Web of Fear" rediscovered in Nigeria.
All this from an indy hack who couldn't even write a decent Ant-Man book
Not to be out done by DC's announcement of a weekly Batman series, Marvel wants it to be clear who the real king of over saturation is.
By cancelled, we mean it got picked up by ABC for the entire season.
400 weeks and still going strong!