The earliest adventures of one of 2000 AD’s greatest characters – Strontium Dog – are to be reprinted in colour for the first time in decades.
Hop into the hyperbolic time chamber and power up your Dragon Ball Pop collection with this PREVIEWS Exclusive Super Saiyan 2 Vegeta Pop Vinyl Figure from Funko and Diamond Comic Distributors.
As we approach the “final” Star Wars movie, Bandai has announced pre-orders are open for a number of model kits based on the movie.
Legendary Comics, in partnership with the Lugosi Estate and Kerry Gammill, announced Bram Stoker’s Dracula, a new graphic novel starring iconic film and stage actor Bela Lugosi, with art by El Garing, set for release in late 2020.
It’s always sad when a universe dies… even more so when it never lived up to its potential. Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Ultimate X-Men #100 awaits!
We are super excited for the November release of Legion of Super-Heroes #1 from Brian Michael Bendis and Ryan Sook, and today we have our first look at the issue from DC Comics.
Natasha Romanoff is on a mission to dispel some of the ghosts that haunt her. When she is confronted by her old lover, Bucky “Winter Soldier” Barnes, things start to get physical. Find out more in WEB OF THE BLACK WIDOW from Marvel Comics.
Marvel is getting ready to launch a number of new #1s as evidenced by this teaser image for Deadpool #1 by Kelly Thompson and Chris Bachalo.
The Urchin is loose in New York and has taken out the Reed, Sue, and Johnny of the Fantastic Four. Can Sparrow, Iron First, and The Thing gather allies and contain it? Find out in Contagion #2 by Marvel Comics!
One of the great things about reading comics from another country is that the creators there often have different perspectives on things than those of us in the U.S. do. That means I will often go places I’ve never seen before, and I truly enjoy that!
A perfect example of this is Killtopia, a British comic that is truly sci-fi in its nature, asking “what if?” on so many different levels that the book is very, very possible—frighteningly so! I mean, even some of the robots have advertisements and happy faces on them! I have a feeling we’ll see that in real life before too long.
It’s a comic about where we are going and what we just might be doing much sooner than we figure. So look out!
It’s another great double-header episode this week, #403! First up is the return of Ed…
Before Ami Han joined the Agents of Atlas, she worked as a spy and a superhero for the South Korean Intelligence Service. She is also kumiho, an “evil” shapeshifting fox. Find out her Origin Story in the one-shot Future Fight Firsts: White Fox #1 by Marvel Comics!
Sonata and Pau’s parents are in deep trouble and only their children can save them. But first, vows must be made and trust is tested. Your Major Spoilers review of Sonata #5 from Image Comics awaits you, after the jump.
What’s your FAVORITE spooky movie, regardless of its quality?
On the run, with a vulture for company and a pair of eyes in a glass jar, Izzy continues her quest to erase all signs of her existence to escape. Opening with a chase scene out of a Goya-esque nightmare, with the EarthEater on her trail, can she achieve her goals and escape with her life? Find out in our Major Spoilers review!
A black hole on the moon? What could possibly go wrong? It looks pretty obvious when a bunch of Latverian terrorists show up, but was Victor Von Doom actually behind this? Find out in Doctor Doom #1!
In this installment of Critical Hit: There are multiple ways to shut down a security system.
Arriving in July 2020 is The Down River People, a new graphic novel from Adam Smith and Matt Fox. The Down River Peopel tells the story about a man attempting to navigate the waters of his family’s criminal ties.
Aconyte, the fiction imprint of gaming group Asmodee Entertainment, has secured rights with Marvel Entertainment to create prose stories based on Marvel’s comic book characters. The first titles are scheduled to appear in Fall 2020.