It’s been a remarkable year for comics. Huge publishers like DC and Marvel have rejuvenated their line-ups with tons of amazing books; beyond the big two, there’s been some of the most compelling, challenging material in the industry we’ve seen in years. It was hard to narrow it down, but here’s 20 of 2015’s best.
It’s October, the universally-recognized month of all things scary. But while there are perennial books like The Walking Dead out there, as you count down to Halloween, you’ll need a lot of entertaining reading material to keep your spine thoroughly chilled. So why not sit down and spook yourself with some of the best…
Remember Vampironica? That unholy fusion of Vampirella and Veronica from Archie Comics? We haven’t seen her since 2012—but Archie Comics just announced she’s coming back, with an announcement that asked “Who is Vampironica”? And looks like Jughead is in trouble...
This week, there’s a comic where a Predator from the movies of the same name stalks Archie, Betty, Veronica and Jughead. A newly dead body drips blood all over America’s favorite lily-white teenagers as the alien hunter observes them from a tree branch above.
Riverdale's finest go up against the legendary Predator! DC begins the next wave of Convergence! Bee and Puppycat comes to comics! Valiant's Bloodshot gets a new series! Comics about Sci-Fi Samurai, Vengeful Gladiators, Assassins on the run, and more! This week has it all! So many Comics!
Yup, Orphan Black expands into the world of comics this week, and we can't wait to see what's in store for the Clone Club. Plus, Spider-Gwen swings into action in her very own standalone series, the heir to the Frakenstein name teams up with Frakenstein's monster, and much more. Here's what's new in this week's comics!
Forget the Melissa Joan Hart-starring Sabrina, the Teenage Witch TV series. This fan film was inspired by the new Archie comic The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, in which Sabrina's magic is truly dark and her witchy aunts have condemned their souls to Hell.
This spring, Capcom's Blue Bomber will receive his own ongoing comic book series. Here's an exclusive sneak peek at the second issue's cover by Sonic The Hedgehog and Avatar: The Last Airbender comic artist Patrick "Spaz" Spaziante.
Longtime fans of superheroes will be very happy with two announcements made at Saturday's DC Universe panel - Not only will J. Michael Straczynski be responsible for bringing the 1960s Archie Comics superheroes back into comics since the 1990s Impact line, but Dwayne McDuffie will also bring Static and the other…