Comics

It’s a battle of Amazon against Atlantean, as two of DC’s biggest heroines of the page and screen take the stage in this week’s “Versus Live!” Nerdist’s Jessica Chobot drops in to defend Diana, while IGN’s Joshua Yehl makes the case for the fiery Mera. Both are princesses. Both are warriors. But only one can
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The manga industry panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego kicked off with two announcements of new licenses, both classic series that have never been published in English before: Fantagraphics will publish Moto Hagio’s The Poe Clan, and the digital publisher Media Do will publish 31 volumes of Keisuke Itagaki’s martial arts manga Baki in
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Ted Adams, the co-founder and longtime CEO of IDW Publishing, has stepped down from his role as CEO of IDW Media Holdings, with former Paramount TV chairman Kerry McCluggage set to succeed him. Adams will take a sabbatical, but plans to return shortly in a more creative role at IDW. RELATED: IDW, Marvel Team for
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Netflix officially greenlit the series Locke & Key, based on the popular IDW Publishing series, for a ten-episode season. Co-creator and illustrator Gabriel Rodriguez shared the news on his Twitter account, along with the show’s official logo on Wednesday. RELATED: Locke and Key Ordered to Series at Netflix so, now IT’S official…#LOCKE&Key #Netflix pic.twitter.com/GxEXV4yNTn — Gabriel Rodríguez
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John Stewart steps into the spotlight of Jim Lee’s latest variant cover for Scott Snyder and Jorge Jimenez’s Justice League. Ever since DC’s premier ensemble series was relaunched last month, Lee has provided stunning variant covers for every issue each focusing on a different member of the team. The debut issue showcased Batman in action while the
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In comic book history, there is a bit of a tradition with storylines dubbed “The Death of ____,” with some famous examples being “The Death of Superman,” Death of Wolverine and “Death of Spider-Man” (in the Ultimate Universe). While comic books love to fake readers out, when the comics actually call the storyline “Death of,”
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The Champions are headed to October for a rescue mission this October and they’re about to get a full fantasy makeover for the occasion. The Marvel team of teenagers and young adults ventures into the mythical Weirdworld to rescue two of their own only to find themselves magically transformed by the otherworldly realm. The three-issue
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Summer is for everyone, whether you’re a student who’s just finished their semester finals, an office worker looking to cash in some vacation time, a baseball fan excited for the return of America’s Pastime…or a ruthless super-villain trying to beat the heat AND the Justice League. DC’S BEACH BLANKET BAD GUYS SUMMER SPECIAL is a
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Friday night at Comic-Con International, during a ceremony held at the Hilton Bayfront in San Diego, CA, the 30th annual Eisner Awards recognized DC Entertainment across multiple categories and with a selection of creators notable for being both fan favorites and for their critical acclaim.  For the 2018 ceremony, Mister Miracle and The Flintstones both earned nominations for Best Limited Series, while writers Tom King
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Go-Bots, the popular franchise based around giant, transforming robots, is set to return in an all-new comic book series, written and drawn by Tom Scioli for IDW Publishing. IDW made the announcement today, in commemoration of the classic toy line’s 35th anniversary. Scioli (Transformers vs. G.I. Joe) will write and draw the five-issue miniseries. Go-Bots
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In late 2002, acclaimed writer Jeph Loeb and a talented artist known for his work at Marvel, Image and WildStorm named Jim Lee debuted a 12-part Batman storyline in the pages of BATMAN #608. The story’s title was “Hush,” and the simple name belied a surprisingly complex story that would feature much of the Dark
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DC Vertigo kicks off the second half of the year with fans at SDCC, showcasing the incredible line-up of comic books in store for fans, beginning in August. Moderated by DC Vertigo Executive Editor Mark Doyle, panelists included the creative team from Sandman Universe’s HOUSE OF WHISPERS – Nalo Hopkinson and Dominike “Domo” Stanton. They
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At a retailers-only event held during Comic-Con International in San Diego, Marvel Comics announced work has resumed on Neil Gaiman and Mark Buckingham’s Miracleman revival. The reboot, which was originally set to release in 2017, is reportedly set to hit shelves in 2019. RELATED: Road to “Civil War II” Continues, Gaiman & Buckingham’s New “Miracleman”
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There’s no shortage of superheroes at San Diego Comic-Con. But this afternoon is all about the villains as the team behind DC’s newest videogame, LEGO DC Super-Villains, takes the stage to give attendees their first good look at the gameplay. Fans should expect the unexpected—we are dealing with super-villains, after all—and to come away knowing
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Creative Team of King, Mann and Gerads Confirmed for Limited Series  King Takes Dozens of Reporters Through a Therapeutic Sanctuary Experience Amidst the Chaos of Comic-Con “Our Pain is Our Strength”  Burbank, CA (July 20, 2018) – There’s a new kind of crisis threatening the heroes of the DC Universe, ripped from real-world headlines by New
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