Summer is nearly at it end, and as publishers put away its big events and crazy twists for the latter part of the year, getting ready to replace them with... well, more big events and crazy twists! Here’s our guide to the very best new comic series you’ll want to curl up with in the cooler months. Warning: There are a…
The world may be full of bad news, but here’s a glimmer of joy, especially if you’re a fan of Kurt Russell and John Carpenter’s cinematic collaborations. Cult antiheroes Jack Burton and Snake Plissken will meet on the pages of a comic from Boom! Studios, and with the full approval of Carpenter.
Earlier this year it was reported that 20th Century Fox had optioned Boom Studios’ 2014 graphic novel, The Empty Man, by Eisner Award-winning writer Cullen Bunn and illustrator Vanesa R. Del Rey. Now we finally have a leading man—World War Z and Iron Man 3's James Badge Dale.
Let me be clear: Joyride is a comic, even though that’s a video trailer for it above. The first issue, from Jackson Lanzing, Collin Kelly, and Marcus To, hits comic stores today courtesy of Boom Studios, and it’s a modernized version of those classic tales of teens rebelling against the system. In this case, though,…
Boom Studio’s Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers comic is already promising to be a delightful nostalgic romp—but the really interesting part of the studio getting access to the legendary superhero franchise is all the ways that we can start exploring the Power Rangers mythos beyond nostalgia: And it looks like we’re…
Outside of their iconic ranger suits, Power Rangers’ the fashion of the series’ teen heroes can probably best be described as “Achingly 90s.” But that’s not going to be case in Boom studio’s new Power Rangers comic: these are teenagers with attitude and really nice clothes.
Sorry, Mark Watney. You may be the star of Andy Weir’s The Martian, but Mars is a tropical vacation compared to Venus, where Captain Pauline Manashe and her crew find themselves in Rick Loverd and Huang Danlan’s new comic Venus, due out this December from Boom Studios.
Who needs movies and TV this fall when you’ve got so many comics to read? The next few months are shaping up to be a monumental time for comics—at both publishers big and small. Want to see what’s coming to your pile of must-reads in the next three months? Read on for a sneak peek of over 100 new comics coming soon!
It’s quiet end-of-summer week for new comics—but hey! Look at the sweet mustache on Howard the Human (née Duck), the latest wacky addition to Marvel’s Secret Wars event. But that’s not all this week—there’s near future political thrills, secret love, super-powered murder, and much, much more.
It’s been a long time since the Power Rangers team that started it all has graced TV screens, but with a movie reboot on the horizon and 22 seasons of Super Sentai antics under its belt across various incarnations, the original teenagers with attitude are making a welcome return to comics.
Sure, DC might be beginning the first wave of their Post-“New 52” comic books this week, and Marvel themselves might be kicking off another batch of Secret Wars tie-in comics. But the coolest thing in an otherwise normal week of new comics is Guardians of the Galaxy’s Groot getting his first solo series!
Shannon Watters, Grace Ellis, Noelle Stevenson, and Brooke Allen’s Lumberjanes was one of our favourite comics of 2014 — and now, it might end up becoming one of our favourite films too. Fox is planning to turn the comic into a movie, and it’s bagged The Munchkin’s Will Widger to write the script.
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.
Times are tough in the dark depths of Lantern City, where Sander Jorve struggles to provide for his family while the elite live in soaring skyscrapers and party on floating airships above. Desperate, he links up with an activist group and goes undercover in “the Guard,” determined to even the playing field at any cost.
Riverdale's finest go up against the legendary Predator! DC begins the next wave of Convergence! Bee and Puppycat comes to comics! Valiant's Bloodshot gets a new series! Comics about Sci-Fi Samurai, Vengeful Gladiators, Assassins on the run, and more! This week has it all! So many Comics!
In a world nearly devastated by plague, four billion humans narrowly escaped death by uploading digital version of themselves into computers. But this willing Matrix needs people on the outside to keep it running — but what happens when these survivors have had enough? Welcome to Arcadia.
DC is starting a period of big comic events off with Convergence - which launches a new weekly series and ten tie-in miniseries today. But it's not all big events this week: Mark Millar fills in the events set before Jupiter's Legacy, Boom! uncovers the history behind Sleepy Hollow's Ichabod and Abbie, and more.…
I’m not exactly sure why, but 2015 has already been a weirdly good year for science fiction comics. There’s a strange abundance of great stories coming out soon, or are already available, that everyone should be checking out. Here are the dozen series and graphic novels you absolutely need to know!
10 years after he made his début, the Ninth Doctor is back in a new comic miniseries. But that's not all for this week's hottest new comics: DC's reality-altering Convergence event begins, the origins of Star Wars: Rebels' Kanan Jarrus are revealed, and an intriguing new series from Boom! Studios begins. Comics!
The legendary Mike Mignola returns to pen a new miniseries, but that's not all this week's latest comics have to offer. There's time travelling shenanigans from Mark Millar, an intriguing new Image series about the fall of a space empire, and a graphic novel about the crew behind a Super Sentai robot. Comics!