The writer delves into the idea of Oliver Queen as a social justice warrior.
March will bring 10 "Batman v Superman" variant covers from DC Comics, and here's a look at Rafael Grampá's cover for "Detective Comics" #50.
Rafael Grampá leads the way for March's variant covers tied to the upcoming movie.
Learn to make comics the Shalvey & Bellaire way.
Steve Orlando, ACO and Hugo Petrus' "Midnighter" #9 is "a startlingly clever and exciting comic."
Check out a preview of TRANSFORMERS: MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE #49 from IDW.
Newcomer Veronica Diaz has joined "Fear the Walking Dead" as Vanessa, who is described as "smart and deceptive."
Celebrate First Second's 10th anniversary with a pair of themed reading lists.
And the actress has plans to take over the X-Men's Snapchat for the Super Bowl.
Axel Alonso explains how the "Civil War II" Free Comic Book Day and #0 issues lead into the main event, and hip-hop legend DMC's Marvel debut.
Ryan Reynolds' Merc with a Mouth joins the Manchester United team in a penalty shootout for the latest UK ad for "Deadpool."
Check out a preview of G.I. JOE: A REAL AMERICAN HERO #225 from IDW.
Baby-fied versions of pop culture characters aren't anything new. Chibi-inspired art has been around for a loooooong time, and we've had the X-babies and Muppet Babies and Skottie Young's Marvel babies continually reminding us that everything old can be made new again just by turning it into a child. Show More Summary
During a Twitter Q&A, the "Deadpool" star also thanked fans for their support, revealed what he took from set and more.
Five For Friday #447: Name Five Writer-Artist Duos That You Like In Comics 1. Roy Thomas and Barry Windsor-Smith 2. Stan Lee and Jack Kirby 3. Allyn Brodsky and Don Heck 4. Tom Veitch and Greg Irons 5. Nick Cuti and Joe Staton idea and examples provided by John Vest; thanks, John!
The iconic comedy group is getting a new comic book series.
The finale to the action/political drama's second arc.
Previewing next week at Toy Fair, Mezco's 1/12-scale Green Arrow action figure releases in October.
MTV VJ Karyn Bryant gets a tour of Marvel Comics in 1992, talking with Bob Harras and Mark Gruenwald along the way.
Dan Slott and Matteo Buffagni's "Amazing Spider-Man" #7 shows "how strong this series has been to date, while its twists make it stand apart."