It’s tough to be a superhero. Not only do you have to drop everything and get into a brawl at a second’s notice, but you’re frequently misunderstood. Superheroes’ personal lives are a mess — especially their sex lives. But it gets worse. Here are 10 superheroes who are physically unable to have sex. Ever.
Bleeding Cool reports that Warner Bros. is working on a Legions of Superheroes movie as their answer to Guardians of the Galaxy. If true, that's a gamble that seems like a poor move on Warner Bros.' part.
A new rumor posits that Warner Bros. is searching for scriptwriters to take a shot at adapting the 31st century teens of the Legion of Super-Heroes for a movie. Seeing as even DC can't get a Legion of Super-Heroes comic to stick around more than a year or two, I wouldn't get too excited.
Between Guardians of the Galaxy and Star Wars: The Force Awakens, wild and frenetic space opera is making a comeback. But the genre contains plenty more amazing, largely untapped material. Here are 16 other space heroes who could rock their own movies.
At New York Comic Con, io9 had the opportunity to catch up with comic book writer Chris Roberson, who's helming the upcoming Star Trek/Legion of Super-Heroes miniseries.
Superheroes are great at solving crimes, but downright awful at the intricacies of spatial design.
In this week's offerings from DC, the clear winners were two of the Big Three. And on an unrelated note, Catwoman's rack.
This October, IDW and DC Comics will team up for Star Trek/Legion of Superheroes a six-issue miniseries penned by Chris Roberson and illustrated by art by Jeffrey and Philip Moy. Sadly, it doesn't look like Matter-Eater Lad will eat his way through a Tribble invasion.
Remember how DC Comics is relaunching their entire superhero line this September? Well, DC has given io9 an exclusive preview of the artwork, plots, and creative teams for five of their new young superhero titles.
There are so many top-notch stalwart Vertigo series that it's hard to keep track of them all, and it's always a bummer when they're canceled. G. Willow Wilson's Air falls into both of these camps: it's awesome and going under.
2010 sees the 75th anniversary of DC Comics, which launched in February 1935 with the first issue of New Fun. Since then, it's gone on to publish some of the greatest comics ever. Here're seventy-five you really should've read already.
We watch their so-called "fiendish" schemes being defeated on a regular basis, but have you ever stopped to wonder whether life would be better if the bad guy won? Here're some villains we're rooting for... and why we're doing so.
Do Smallville and Superman Returns have you convinced that it's impossible to tell good Superman stories? Here're our recommendations for the books that prove otherwise.
Heroes' Hiro Nakamura isn't the only character to find that their superpowers may ultimately be responsible for their death. Here are five more fictional characters for whom the superhero dream comes at a potentially fatal price.
This week's release of DC Comics' Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds included a return that may have surprised followers of a particular lawsuit over character ownership. Spoilers for lovers of teenage superheroes ahead.
Inventing an alien language? Easy. Creating an entire writing system to go along with it? Now that's impressive. Here are thirteen alien alphabets (complete with downloadable fonts!) you should totally use to write your novel.
It's Passover, and that means it's time to celebrate the greatest Jewish superheroes ever to save the planet. From The Thing to Colossal Boy, they've helped stop some of the worst supervillains in the universe.
There's no other way to get around it: This is a week where you're going to want to take your wallet to the comic store. There's a lot of good stuff coming out.