This is a treasury that will bring together generations of Archie Comics fans!
Things just keep getting weirder and weirder on this show, but that’s the point of it all.
After way too long of a wait, it’s finally here! Do not miss this amazing debut this week, and check out the No Heroine #1 preview right now.
There’s a new movie on the way, so of course it’s getting a comic book tie-in, and it’s up to BOOM! Studios to reveal the DUNE comic creative team.
Archie has been quiet on the new comics front lately, but they are coming back with a big one as Archie Comics announces MADAM SATAN One-Shot.
Mixed with fun and teenage drama, this series from Vault Comics just keeps getting better and better.
It’s About Ghosts, Romance, and…Coffee? comiXology Announces CREMA from Johnnie Christmas and Dante Luiz
A brand new original graphic novel from a great creative team and Amazon…but it looks good as comiXology announces CREMA.
There’s a whole lot of great stuff dropping on the streaming service soon, and we’ve got the whole list!
The streaming service may be brand new, but The Mouse is adding stuff every single month. Here’s the stuff coming to Disney Plus in August 2020. Check out last month’s list here! Friday, August 7 Hidden Kingdoms of China Prince...
The hit comic book series is coming back as AMERICAN VAMPIRE Returns later this year and we have a great first look at the first issue.
Made out of metal…just liek the real thing!
One of the coolest Marvel Comics villains just doesn’t get enough attention, and now he is. Here’s the MAESTRO #1 Trailer.
The movie has been teased for what seems like years now, but there’s some new news coming soon with a new NEW MUTANTS Trailer.
One of the best things going on in comics is getting some more attention as DC Comics releases the BATMAN: WHITE KNIGHT PRESENTS HARLEY QUINN #1 First Look.
A terrific publisher, an amazing creative team, and some great looking pages are sure to get you excited.
A new Muppets for a new generation of fans, and it’s all coming to Disney Plus really soon.
An all-star cast rounds out a very cool premise and some flashy effects in the new Netflix flick.
Another high-quality story from the modern master of war, Garth Ennis.
Writer/artist Nick Roche takes on one of the scariest things that can happen to a person: Parenthood.
Code Pink in effect as Funko shows off a quartet of Breast Cancer Awareness DC Comics Pops!, and you’re going to want them all.
Somehow this nearly 40 year old well still isn’t dry as we’re going back…again…because DC Comics Announces RORSCHACH with a killer creative team.
A brilliant concept is being carried by some great art and pretty good writing as we take a look at Vault Comics Finger Guns #2.
Great art drives a story that has not yet hit its stride in this debut issue from Dynamite Entertainment.
There’s nothing going on in movie theaters right now, but that’s not stopping DC from doing something. So here’s Wonder Woman 1984 #1.
Vault Comics assembles a damn good creative team for a pretty damn good debut issue.
Celebrating 20 years of the X-Movies, Hasbro has revealed some amazing new pieces with these X-Men Movie Marvel Legends Action Figures.
We’re going back to the very start of it all for those warring Cybertronians with an amazing look. Here’s the Secrets & Lies #1 Preview.
Is AWA Studios still an upstart comic book publisher? Technically, yes. But actually they may be the best in the industry. Here’s a Year Zero #3 review.
We’re back to arguably the best of the Trek series thanks to IDW Publishing. Here’s the Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Too Long a Sacrifice #1.
One of the best horror comic book series on comic shop shelves is from BOOM! Studios, and we have a new review for Red Mother #6.