Matt Singer talks mutable superhero deaths and Marvel and DC's work-for-hire policy.
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There's a new X-FILES comic, and it has the canonical blessing of Chris Carter.
Matt Singer on the masochism of the comics fan and the ultimate masochist superhero, Spider-Man.
In the '70s Hostess ran ads in comic books featuring superheroes in mini-adventures starring Hostess pies. See a whole bunch of them.
The saga continues.
The dark-revealed image is awesome!
Hey, this Comic Club thing is still happening!
That's some kick-ass artwork.
Madeline L’Engle's classic science fiction story gets a graphic retelling at the hands of the artist behind CHIGGERS and MERCURY.
An art experiment taking the Marvel superheroes of the 60s and 70s and looking at them through a DC Comics lens.
The cover of CATWOMAN #0 is an embarrassment.
German horror comic Gespenster Geschichten had some damn incredible covers.
A viral comic written by a 5-year-old and illustrated by his 29-year-old brother will air in a new Saturday night animation block on Fox.
FYA's Meghan sat down with Vertigo and Marvel writer Mike Carey, his wife Linda and their daughter Louise in anticipation of their new joint novel THE STEEL SERAGLIO.
DC is changing their logo, and nobody seems to like it.
Comics illustrator Dave DeVries has started using three-dimensional effects to transform children's drawings into realistic, and often horrific, paintings.
One time SWAMP THING and BRATPACK writer Rick Veitch turns his eyes to the secrets of 9/11.
You can find hundreds of weird, gorgeous, fun and literal artist interpretations of classic comic covers at Covered Blog.
One of the biggest and best collections of Silver Age comics surfaces when a man dies horribly.
What if the greatest comedians got their own comic books? Plus: a look back at some comics in comics.
Keeping your X-Men relations straight can be confusing. This family tree will help clear it all up. Or make it more obscure, either or.
DC’s Green Lantern family of titles gets some new blood - literally - with an ongoing Red Lanterns title. Confused? We explain the whole new spectrum of Lanterns within.
Marvel says that the next issue of FANTASTIC FOUR will see the death of a member. Who buys it this time?
Archie Comics is killing off Miss Grundy, who has been teaching high school in Riverdale since 1942. It’s about time that kiddie comics characters felt the Grim Reaper’s touch; here are our five ideas for who should die next.
Before there was Buffy, before there was Princess Leia, there was Wonder Woman. And now we get to see her birth.
A complete annotated map of character appearances, events, deaths, and undeaths from THE WALKING DEAD comic book series.
Give us this day our daily trailer! This time it’s the George Romero/Stephen King collaboration CREEPSHOW, which brings to the screen the essence of EC Comics’ crazy and gory TALES FROM THE CRYPT and VAULT OF HORROR series.
Writer Brian Azzarello and artist Eduardo Risso are getting back together for SPACEMEN, a scifi Vertigo comics miniseries.
Bryan Lee O’Malley has unveiled the design of the box set for the collected SCOTT PILGRIM series, and it looks great.