Max Landis' New Comic, "Green Valley," Presents a Fantasy-Free Tale of Knights and Redemption
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The classic Hanna-Barbera characters get a dramatic makeover in their new comic by Mark Russell and Steve Pugh.
Gabriele Dell'Otto gives DC Comics' favorite anti-heroine some ink on his variant cover for her August-relaunching series.
Plus, the arrival of "Hadrian's Wall," "Eclipse" and Rick Remender & Jerome Opeña & Matt Hollingsworth's "Seven to Eternity!"
Carol Danvers and a member of Deadpool's Mercs for Money are featured in Mike Deodato's art for Marvel Comics' upcoming initiative.
Could Marvel's recent reality-altering events result in a restoration of Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson's marriage?
Red Robin, Spoiler and the rest of Team Batman are eager to defend Gotham City - but first they have to survive Batwoman's boot camp, f!
Now that we know who will bring Clark Kent to life on The CW, what do you think about the casting choice?
It's the ultimate Spider-Man versus a traitorous Steve Rogers in this first look at Marko Djurdjevic's cover for the Marvel event's penultimate chapter.
Wally West has returned to the DC Universe -- but will his Teen Titans teammates remember him?
The Girl of Steel's family is under attack by the "Supergirl Revenge Squad," and the D.E.O. has no clue why in this exclusive preview.
DC Comics' continuity re-setting one-shot was a sales success, though Marvel maintained overall dominance with several strong debuts.
Derek Charm, Colleen Coover, and Alitha Martinez share their visions of the iconic comic book band in three all-new variant covers.
Each issue of the Disney Theme Park attraction inspired series will tell a standalone story set in the Tiki Room.
Greg Rucka, Matthew Clark and Liam Sharp re-invent Wonder Woman for the post-Rebirth DC Universe.
Is Season 2 the right time right for "Supergirl" to add Kara Zor-El's famous cousin to its cast?
Aspen Comics will offer limited edition variants of the DC Comics one-shot featuring artwork by the late artist.
The closing pages of Joe Kelly and Ed McGuiness' first arc hints that Marvel Comics may be poised to revisit the controversial, marriage-erasing story.
Get up close and personal with the Joker's gun and shaving kit, Harley Quinn's mallet and Captain Boomerang's... boomerangs.
Check out a look at the first issue of Ed Brubaker, Sean Phillips & Elizabeth Breitweiser's violent new Image Comics title.
The toymaker's 2016 SDCC offerings also include a new Thomas the Tank Engine/DC Comics "transforming" toy.