The creator of many of G.I. Joe's characters comes to Dark Horse to write the CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS III comic book series.
Here's a preview of a couple of Marvel SECRET WARS titles on sale next week.
In a viral video for "Ant-Man," Scott Lang gets his 15 minutes of fame on Christine Everhart's news segment, News Front.
Image Comics held its now traditional pre-San Diego one-day show on Thursday at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, and unveiled an impressive roster of new titles for the coming year that includes new work by familiar...Show More Summary
Herbert Chavez is so desperate to look like his idol Superman he even injected himself with MesoLipo, a filler plastic surgeons refer to as poison.
A new variant cover to X-MEN '92 mixes two popular 1990s television series. Can you guess which two?
We haven’t seen a trailer for Deadpool yet, but with Comic-Con fast approaching, we expect that will change very soon. What we do have is a new image of Ryan Reynolds in costume as the “merc with a mouth” and even those who aren’t fond the character have to be impressed. Show More Summary
Of all the new projects announced at today's Image Expo, which one has you wishing it was already published and in your hands?
Greg Pak, Mirko Colak and Wil Quintana tell a tale of a Chinese cowboy, fresh out of jail and battling racism, magic and the Wild West.
Newsarama has obtained an exclusive first look at art from Red Skull #2.
Brian K. Vaughan, Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente's "The Private Eye" will come to print at Image Comics in exchange for a "Walking Dead" story.
The "Scott Pilgrim" creator will next chronicle the adventures of a fashion blogger struggling to achieve perfection IRL.
Image Comics publisher Eric Stephenson's keynote speech put the creator firmly in creator-owned and reiterated the company's mission.
Brian K. Vaughn and Marcos Martin to create THE WALKING DEAD story-arc and bring THE PRIVATE EYE to Image.
At Image Expo 2015, Jason Aaron and "Scalped" artist R. M. Guéra announced "The Goddamned," a new series which takes place in the world before the flood.
Greg Rucka and Nicola Scott announced that the long in development series will debut at Image this October.
A mysterious A.I. brings a troubled teen into a video game -- and sends him back to real life as his avatar in Shane Davis' first Image Comics title.
On July 2nd 1963, the first issues of two different series hit newsstands, and launched franchises that would some day be recognizable to the entire world: The Avengers and The X-Men, the teams that would truly tie everything together...Show More Summary