Late last year, we revealed that Titan Comics would be returning to Rivers of London, Ben Aaronovitch’s supernatural detective novels (initially known as Midnight Riot in the US), with a new miniseries . But what actually happens when Russian gangsters go on the hunt for a powerful witch in police custody? io9 has a…
Praise the sun, Dark Souls fans! The wildly popular dark fantasy video game series about dying again and again (and again) is heading to the world of comics, where it’s likely also to tell tales of poor adventurers being killed by horrible monsters. At least reading a comic will be less punishing than playing the…
This is really cool: the New York Times has put together a really astounding interactive feature that lets you explore Saturn and its moons through NASA’s probes.
No, Doctor Strange will probably not feature a Spider-Man cameo. The Flash casts another comic book villain. Lev Grossman teases the differences between The Magicians books and the show. Plus, good news for The Librarians, the stunts of The Force Awakens, and Black Mirror starts casting. So many Spoilers!
It’s the week for all things Independence Day, after our first look at the sequel promised a return to Earth for the aliens. But before all that, Titan Comics is releasing a new comic series that will link the two movies together—and io9 has an exclusive first look at some of the series’ gorgeous covers.
Rivers of London is back! After a miniseries earlier this year, Ben Aaronovitch’s magical detective series is returning to comics, and this time Peter and the Special Branch are tackling a case that leads directly into the next book in the series. Check out the first details and the covers, exclusively here on io9!
Free Comic Book Day is a most wonderful time for comic fans—I mean, after all, what can be more wonderful than free comics? Diamond has revealed some of the premier books that are coming for the special day next year, so you can start salivating right now instead of waiting for May.
Hooray! Titan Comics are adding another Doctor to their ever-expanding roster of ongoing Doctor Who comic books. After a pretty smashing miniseries, the Ninth Doctor is back for good with a whole host of new comic adventures in time and space.
Titan Comics’ Doctor Who range has been on a roll lately. We’ve had the spectacular crossover series The Four Doctors, and Paul McGann’s Eighth Doctor just kicked off a promising solo series. But now he’s being joined by another Classic Doctor in the line: none other than Tom Baker’s Fourth Doctor himself.
We might just be on the cusp of an Eighth Doctor renaissance. Paul McGann’s Doctor is showing up in merchandise and he’s meeting up with River Song in his audio plays. Now he joins Titan’s line of Doctor Who comics—and while his first issue treads familiar ground, it’s still a delight to see more of this incarnation.
It’s all change in this week’s all new comics—Marvel is continuing its “All-New, All Different” reboot with new comics for the Guardians, Captain America, Spider-Gwen, and more. Chewbacca begins his own series. Plus, The Goon returns for Halloween, and Superman has A BEARD! Let’s dig in, shall we?
It’s a quiet week for new comics—as indicated by a bevy of annuals. But in the midst of this quiet, we’ve got From Under Mountains, one of our must-read comics of the season. On top of that? Agents of SHIELD’s Melinda May gets her own one-off comic! Let’s check out all the new series of the week, shall we?
By the time Independence Day: Resurgence comes out next year, the original film will be 20 years old. That’s a lot of backstory to cover from how we got from aliens blowing up the White House to a “post-war” world and a united Earth Space Defense force—one we now know will be the focus of a new comic series from Titan.
In an age where the line between digital comics and their physical counterparts is becoming blurrier, big publishers are trying new things to get digital readers to buy physical comics. Titan are going a step further: Letting you read weekly pages of comics online, months before they’re due to hit shelves.
The Doctor fights monsters all the time on Doctor Who — but in Titan’s San Diego Comic-Con 2015 special, he’s monster hunting at the biggest nerd event of the year. io9 has the exclusive first details, as well as some gorgeous covers and a few Who toys making their debut at the con!
In August, Titan Comics will bring their three ongoing Doctor Who series together for a massive multi-Doctor adventure — and now you can see what brings John Hurt’s War Doctor into the fray alongside his Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth incarnations in this exclusive preview of the first issue!
Sure, the Marvel comics universe might be exploding in this week’s batch of Secret Wars comics, but Dirk Gently himself is heading off on comic book adventures in this week’s releases — and so does Mad Max: Fury Road! Come check them out, and more, in this week’s guide to the coolest new comics.
It would be a fairly light week if DC hadn’t come to drop another humongous wave of Convergence comics on our collective heads, but that’s not all to the latest comics. Scifi thriller Pisces kicks off the story of a war veteran entrusted with First Contact, and there’s aliens on the run, Spider-Verses and more!
Ben Aaronovitch’s “magical detective” series Rivers of London (known as Midnight Riot in the US) was a fresh take on the mashup of Police procedural and the supernatural when it released in 2011 — and io9 can exclusively reveal that the world of Police Officer/Wizard Peter Grant is coming to comics, thanks to Titan!
This week, Kaptara, a zany space adventure that we are very excited about, begins! There’s another batch of DC’s Convergence titles, and Marvel hyping up Age of Ultron via comics. But that’s not all for this week — there’s the escapades of Charles Babbage and Ada Lovelace, and a comic about a sentient, foul-mouthed gun