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'Sovereigns' Arrives At Dynamite, Starring Gold Key Heroes
Magnus Robot Fighter, Doctor Spektor, and Turok began as the stars of Gold Key Comics, a company that no longer exists. In the 1990s they found a home at the original Valiant Comics, but now they're published by Dynamite. And they're getting a shot in the arm, courtesy of The Sovereigns #0…
Rise From Your Grave... For America! In 'The Shield' #4
Hey, you kids are all about the Revolutionary War these days, right? Like, super into Federalist Papers and Hercules Mulligan and all that? Great, because I have some good news for you: Not only is Archie's rebooted version of the Shield back in action with one of the best costume redesigns of …
Preview: 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Comics Adaptation
Marvel Comics has a great history with comic book adaptations of Star Wars films, stretching back to the very first Star Wars comic which --- according to former editor in chief Jim Shooter --- saved Marvel Comics in the late '70s.

The tradition of adapting Star Wars films is now carried on, b…
Marvel Reveals Covers for 'Force Awakens' Comics Adaptation
On June 22, Marvel releases the first issue in a five-part comics version of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, adapted by Chuck Wendig, with art by Luke Ross, and the publisher has released a range of variant covers by some of its biggest marquee names.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens #1 has a gorgeous co…
Meet Humanity's New Protector In 'Hyperion' #1 [Preview]
Coming out of Secret Wars, Marvel is currently in the midst of a Squadron Supreme renaissance, and spinning out of the current series by James Robinson and Leonard Kirk is the first ever Hyperion ongoing. Written by New York Times bestselling author Chuck Wendig, with art by Nik Virella, Hyperion #1…
Dark Circle Kicks Off A New Patriotic Legacy In 'The Shield'
Whenever Archie brings up the Shield, the classic superhero originally created by Harry Shorten and Irv Novick back in 1940, they're almost always pretty quick to mention that the original version was "the first patriotic superhero." Now, it looks like the reboot is going to take that…