It was packed at the Voltron Legendary Defender panel at the San Diego Comic-Con as fans had a chance to catch the first trailer for season 7. Here is that trailer, and highlights from the panel.
If you were a kid in the ’80s who couldn’t afford Transformers, the next best…
Announced at the San Diego Comic-Con is The Batman Who Laughs mini-series from writer Scott Snyder, and artist Jock.
Are you a fan of My Hero Academia? The Boy is, and he will devour anything and everything related to the superhero anime series, the manga, and more. I think he’s about to flip his lid over the announcement that My Hero Academia: Two Heroes is arriving in North American theaters in September.
I did not watch the first season of Star Trek: Discovery for a number of reasons, but when THAT big moment arrived, I knew it was something I would need to get to, soon. During the San Diego Comic-Con, CBS debuted a brand new trailer for the second season, and it happens to feature Christoper Pike. Yes, THAT Christopher Pike.
The first trailer for Glass is here, and I think it is safe to say superhero films just got a whole lot more interesting.
Dark Horse is thrilled to reveal art from the upcoming Dr. Horrible one-shot written by Joss Whedon!
Top Shelf Productions announced today that Surfside Girls, Kim Dwinell’s celebrated graphic novel series for middle-grade readers about friendship, fun, and lost mysteries of the local landscape, will receive a full-length sequel next summer.
IDW is proud to announce that acclaimed TMNT artist Mateus Santolouco will both write and draw Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder in Hell, a five-issue miniseries slated to debut in early 2019 that serves as a sequel to the fan-favorite Secret History of the Foot Clan storyline.
Graphic novel “Under,” about mutated creatures lurking in the sewers under a major US metropolis, is coming to the big-screen, with Franco-Belgian comics powerhouse Media Participations Group, Titan Comics, and U.K. producer Born Wild bringing the project to life.
I think we can all admit that the first season of Marvel’s Iron Fist series on Netflix wasn’t that great. The second season teaser trailer arrived at the San Diego Comic-Con this week, and while it doesn’t reveal a whole lot, it certainly looks like an improvement.
This Winter will see the release of Mercy Sparx issue #13, the long-awaited return of the ongoing series, and follow-up to the companion miniseries Mercy Sparx: Year One.
A few days ago, Marvel teased us with the appearance of the Ghost Spider, who in reality is just Spider-Gwen. So why the change?