Ever since Marvel began teasing its latest cosmic event last month on Free Comic Book Day 2013 with the special 10-page prelude comic, fans have been itching to get into the Thanos-fueled Infinity...(and presumably beyond).
Wondering what Jonathan Hickman and Jerome Opeña have in store for you when their new twice-monthly Avengers series launches in December? Marvel has released four un-lettered pages from the series' first issue to tease the details by making you wonder whether that's really the Iron Man from 2020 lying on the ground or not...The first couple of the four preview p
Marvel has released three interlocking covers by Dustin Weaver revealing the assembled might of Jonathan Hickman and interior artist Jerome Opeña's Marvel NOW! Avengers team, which will kick off with Avengers #1 in December. The lineup will look pretty familiar to those who have
Marvel has announced plans to lure new and lapsed readers by launching or relaunching new series every week between October and February and reassigning popular creators to different franchises for the first time in years. Called Marvel N
We already told you the great news about Dark Horse bringing Jeff Parker and Erica Moen's beloved Bucko webcomic to print, but the Oregon-based publisher came to Seattle's Emerald City Comicon with a few more cool announcements to make. Readers can look forward to brand new series Colder, an ongoing horror/crime from title writer Paul Tobin (Small Favors, Spider
We got a big response to my last piece on sexualization in superhero art, and I'm back today with another look at the same premise: that comics art tells a story, and on a certain level, you can judge it according to how well it tells the story it's trying to tell. This week, we're going to compare and contrast how a female character is depicted in cape com
Ever since X-Force secretly re-formed with the goal of assassinating a reincarnated Apocalypse, the name of the game has been slaying horsemen. The reborn En Sabah Nur isn't a fool, he knows how to setup end bosses
Some promises are easier to keep than others. Keeping a promise to pick up your grandparents from the airport is pretty simple, for example, while keeping a promise to disband your team of trained killers after the resurrection of an incredibly dangerous, immortal supervillain is a little harder