Enjoy this two-part Fantastic Four radio show from 1975 based on some of the original comics, and featuring not only the narration of Stan Lee, but the voice of a 25-year-old actor named Bill Murray as the Human Torch.
It's great to see superhero comics doing a better job of not omitting gay characters from their stories (or leaving them to idle in the background). But it's worth noting that while diverse characters make comics richer and more representative of the real world, they're also an opportunity to reflect the many ways that we are not so different from each other
Things have been up and down for the NBC comedy Community lately, with a fantastic three-part season finale that included an 8-bit episode featuring the cast as video game characters (that's good!), the news that the fan-favorite show would return for a fourth season (that's good!) but that it would do so withou
Comic Book Comics, the six-issue miniseries by Fred Van Lente and Ryan Dunlavey that retold the history of comic books in comic books, finally gets collected today in an IDW trade paperback collection titled The Comic Book History of Comics: The Inspiring, Inf
The Avengers movie is an unqualified hit, with over a billion dollars in worldwide box office (and $50 million for Robert Downey Jr. alone). The culmination of years of inter-related Marvel superhero blockbusters, The Avengers melded the heroes and stories of Iron Man, Th
A group of hunters from the Earth empire arrive in the now-empty metropolis of Kartanus world to hunt the giant Nephilim, and find more than they bargained for in this 6-page preview from Prophet #25 (originally solicited as Prophet #27). The new issue written is by Brandon Graham (K