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Ellis, Lotay Bring Horror Comic "Heartless" To Image

Artist Tula Lotay announced the series at Image Expo, saying that the collaboration with Warren Ellis will "give people chills."

STARLIN Says Hello (Again) to WARLOCK with INFINITY ENTITY, Goodbye to THANOS with INFINITY FINALE

Jim Starlin announces INFINITY FINALE, his "swan song" for Thanos and teases a new series for ADAM WARLOCK.

SDCC EXCLUSIVE: Archie's Dark Circle Introduces Teen Hero in "The Web"

Crime writer Dave White and artist Szymon Kudranski recreate one of Archie's oldest heroes as a multi-ethnic cosplaying teen looking to clean up New Jersey.

Rafael Albuquerque Named Artist On Mark Millar's "Huck"

The "American Vampire" artist announced that he will illustrate the '80s-style story about a "guy with learning difficulties."

Alfred Is Fed Up With All Of Those Bats In The Batcave

In an animated short, Alfred Pennyworth tries to explain to Batman that having thousands of bats in his underground lair may not be a good idea.

IMAGE EXPO: Eric Stephenson's Keynote Address Set to Reveal New Projects

Get ready for a slew of announcements, as Image Comics Eric Stephenson is joined by special guests for the twice-annual Image Expo keynote.

Kotobukiya Debuts its ARTFX+ Magneto Statue

Kotobukiya marches ahead with its line of ARTFX+ statues, with Magneto poised to take his place alongside the previously revealed Cyclops and Emma Frost.

Bizarro Back Issues: The Power Rangers Get Extreme (1996)

This week, Boom Studios --- which, in the interest of full disclosure, is a company I've done some writing for --- announced that they'd acquired the rights to Power Rangers with plans to launch a new series sometime this year. It'sShow More Summary

"Doctor Who's" Peter Capaldi Promises "Cataclysmic Repercussions" in Season 9

The Twelfth Doctor himself explains how he will face new monsters, new sidekicks and a new lease on life in "Doctor Who" season nine.

Tokyopop Returns -- But Don't Call It A Comeback

The iconic manga publisher is staging a return to comics -- but in some ways, Tokyopop has never really gone anywhere.

Tweeks: Teen Beach 2 Because Disney

Full Disclosure:  We are obsessed with Disney Channel musicals.  And who can blame us?  It looks like a lot of people (of all ages) are too. Disney knows what they are doing with the genre and according to the Disney Channel last Friday night’s Teen Beach Movie 2 was its biggest cable TV original movie […]

New 'Walking Dead' Season 6 Photos Look Suspiciously Like Daryl, Glenn and Maggie

The Walking Dead Season 6 gave a us a taste of fresh hell by its Comic-Con poster and first new character image, but in the aftermath of Season 5 finale “Conquer,” did you ever ask yourself, “Do Daryl, Glenn and Maggie still look like regular, sweaty humans?” Thankfully, new images from Season 6 put to rest such nightmare-inducing queries. Continue reading…

Comic-Con To Remain In San Diego Through 2018

Following months of negotiations, it was announced this morning that Comic-Con International will extend its deal with San Diego through 2018.

The Buy Pile - The Surprisingly Fallable Squirrel Girl

Things could have gone better on the week before SDCC, as "Bizarro" fails to fail, Doom shows his foibles and other comics are less than impressive.

Marvel Collector Corps Ant-Man Box Proves Good Things Come in Themed Packages

This month, the second themed box of goodies from Funko's Marvel Collector Corps is shipping out. Focused solely on upcoming underdog hero (not just in persona, but potentially at the box office as well), the Ant-Man box brings more of the tried and true Funko flavor to your home. Show More Summary

Deadpool Surveys Damage In New Movie Pic

Ryan Reynolds' hard R-rated vigilante is loaded up with weapons in this new still from Deadpool's 2016 solo film.

New BATMAN V SUPERMAN Photos Show Heroes At Odds, LEX LUTHOR With Hair, More

EW has the reveal on several new photos from BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE for its 2015 SDCC-themed issue.

Christie? Trump? Here’s the candidate that nation’s cartoonists most love to draw.

ANOTHER WEEK, another prime candidate.Oh, not for voting on. No, we mean that another presidential contender, by declaring, has gone and entered the cartoonists’ den.Now visual satirists, they don’t approach the whole business of American democracy in action quite like normal folk. Show More Summary

EXCL. PREVIEW: Spider-Man is Haunted by the Symbiote in "Renew Your Vows" #2

The sins of Peter Parker's past threaten his idyllic present on Battleworld in Dan Slott & Adam Kubert's "Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows" #2.

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