The newly recovered Usagi Yojimbo Wanderer’s Road #6 arrives in stores on Wednesday, and we have a sneak peek of the issue from IDW Publishing.
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Put on your helmets and buckle your seatbelts, because we’re about to take you on a ride in Voyage to the Stars #4 from IDW Publishing.
A teen Yoruba village girl summons the great god of mischief, Eshu, to coerce her crush in Jim Henson’s Storyteller Tricksters #2 from BOOM! Studios.
Did you hear that Doctor Doom is getting married? Did you also know that Marvel Comics has tapped Peach Momoko, Skottie Young, and more to whip up a bunch of variant covers for Fantastic Four #32 to celebrate the event?
If you are a fan of Peach Momoko, Marvel Comics has a number of anime-inspired variant covers by the artist arriving in July.
is this the fiery finale of the Enter the Phoenix saga? Take the jump for this sneak peek of Avengers #44 from Marvel Comics.
Usagi Yojimbo Wanderer’s Road #5 arrives in stores on Wednesday, and includes the story The Tea Cup. Take the jump for a look at this classic tale.
Marvel Comics releases Women of Marvel #1 next month, and ahead of the release, the publisher has shared a number of variant covers featuring Scarlet Witch, Magik, and more.
What if we took Marvel’s heroes and villains and put them into a different setting! Demon Days: X-Men #1 by Marvel comics explores what heroes in feudal Japan look like. Check out the Major Spoilers Review here!
Marvel Comics has announced that Mariko will be featured in the next Demon Days installment.
Peach Momoko brings us a new X-Men comic, and we have the sneak peek of Demon Days: X-Men #1 from Marvel Comics, that you can check out, after the jump.
Seeking safety from a storm, Usagi encounters an unusual and frightening fellow ronin in this week’s Usagi Yojimbo: Wanderer’s Road #4 from IDW Publishing.
Marvel Comics’ Stormbreakers have already been showing their work across many Marvel Comics titles, but in April, they will share the work as a series of variant covers for Black Panther #28, the final issue in Ta-Nehisi Coates’ run on the series.