Magneto #7, Savage Hulk #2, Avengers World #9, Elektra #4, Uncanny X-Men #23, Silver Surfer #4
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
Looks like this show is off to a great start!
Smith takes over as artist in October along with another surprise announcement.
Unity #9, Harbinger #25
Heche will play a metalbender.
The subject will be featured in a panel, booth, comic con exclusive, or some combination of the three!
Pacific Rim The Next Generation?
Ales Kot and Marco Rudy will be the creative team.
Image Comics launches a new series features undead vikings, giant Cthulhu monsters, and a raven that turns into a t-rex. No matter what your comic preference, you have to admit that does sound at least a little bit awesome.
Bring on the bad guy
If the polar ice caps melt, I'm moving to Denver.
In related news, a million fanboys' cries cried out and were silenced.
The famed indie creator is writing and drawing a story in Sensation Comics.
This week on View from the Gutters we discuss Universe X, by Alex Ross and Jim Krueger.
New digital comics based on the TV shows Arrow and The Flash are on the way from DC Comics.
Our sources are looking into whether or not he might also be bemused.
With headlines like "DC Refuses to Allow Statue of Murdered Child to Use Superman Logo" on every major news outlet, they didn't really have any choice.
He looks very much like the leaked set photos.
Because having an “A” and an “X” in the name was too subtle for some retailers.
A look at new, ongoing, and completed Kickstarter campaigns.
Damn, girl, you and DC ‘bout to have a busy October!
Yea, I know he’s done other things, but I need them sweet sweet Twilight hits.
Interested in a new book with the heart and soul of the comics you grew up on in the sleek new package of the digital future, plus sex, rock and roll, and devil worship? You've come to the right place!
The publisher sure does seem to be taking strangely self-destructive stances on things lately.
How can this book not be awesome when it's set in the greatest city in the world?!
By Ann Nocenti and Trevor McCarthy.
Oh, yea, every 5 or so months, Icon puts out a Powers comic.
Nope, this isn't a misleading title at all...
Not a joke, not a lie, just a short story about a 34 year old Harry Potter.