io9 recently had the opportunity to catch up with Marvel Comics megascribe Matt Fraction (Fear Itself, Invincible Iron Man) and pick his brain about some of his latest projects, such as Casanova: Avaritia (his gonzo espionage series with twin brothers Gabriel Bá and Fábio Moon) and his upcoming run on Defenders (which…
Marvel Comics starts a new miniseries about heroes hammering down. Alan Moore collects his H.P. Lovecraft tales. Captain Kirk meets Brainiac 5, plus new issues of Batman and Wonder Woman. It's Comics We Crave, flossing your brainpan on a Tuesday morning.
What's on the stands this Wednesday? A new Spider-Man swings over New York City, Etrigan and Batwoman debut in the DC Universe, and vulgarity-drunk space demons throttle each other in a hellish extradimensional desert. Business as usual!
In Marvel Comics' summer miniseries Fear Itself, a dark god known as The Serpent uses magic hammers to transform characters like the Hulk and the Thing into sociopathic Asgardian deities.
This summer, Marvel's been putting its superheroes through the wringer in Fear Itself, a miniseries in which a nefarious Asgardian god called The Serpent has a bone to pick with Odin.
This Wednesday, Hellboy goes through some life-altering changes. Also a new issue of Fear Itself, some weird retro graphic novels, and a ton of other enlightening reads. Join us as we sift through the grab bag!
Big summer crossover season is in full swing, as DC and Marvel both release slew of Flashpoint and Fear Itself tie-in books. Also, Richard K. Morgan returns to comics, and the purple-pantsed goliath puts on a familiar face.
What's in stores this week? A new comic about young superfoes, a manga about budding superheroes, the second installment of Fear Itself, and an über-adorable return to the Sandman universe.
What's heating up comic stores this summer? Big summer extravaganzas for the Flash and Thor, new Hellboy and Locke and Key miniseries, and the return of the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. Here's a sampling of this summer's comic goodies.
It's been a while since we've seen a massive company-wide event from Marvel, but today they've revealed their latest game changer: "Fear Itself," a seven-part miniseries penned by Matt Fraction that will kick off in March.
The Sci Fi Channel loves you! This week, for one week only, you can almost pretend it's a real TV season, thanks to the final episode of Doctor Who overlapping with the first episode of Eureka and a new Stargate Atlantis. But that's not all - you can enrich your seasonal delusions with a new Middleman and a new Fear…