Check out a brand new preview from Red Lanterns #16, where Atrocitus recruits the most surprising army possible to fight a brand new galactic threat. If you've been following all the various Green Lantern comics lately, you'll know the superpowered blue aliens have created a new third army that has some very…
Time Warp was a short-lived science fiction anthology series from DC Comics, back in the late 1970s. And now, Vertigo Comics is bringing it back to life — with a pretty astonishing list of talent involved. According to MTV Geek:
What happens when a mysterious fortune teller, a chain-smoking British mage, a fishnet-clad magician, a wiseacre ghost, and a fellow with the most deranged wardrobe on Earth pool their forces to save reality?
If the Green Lanterns are too goody two-shoe for your tastes, then their blood-spewing (and blood-spilling) nemeses the Red Lanterns may be more your speed.
DC Comics characters like Swamp Thing and John Constantine were initially facets of the mainstream DC Universe, but from the 1990s onward, these supernatural protagonists were exiled to DC's mature-readers Vertigo line.
A duo of paranormal protagonists are having a productive week. Ms. Summers wraps up her comic series, and the snarkiest magician in comic history ties the knot. Plus, Steampunk Sarah Palin and tons more high concept weirdness!
Wednesday's comic round-up gives us Richard Corben drawing Hellboy, some newly reprinted 2000 AD work from Gorillaz maven Jamie Hewlett, and the Scott Pilgrim boxed set. A motley crew if ever there was one!
Comic books can be a difficult to get into, what with their years of serial storytelling and convoluted continuity. Luckily, there are plenty of one-and-done graphic novels out there. Here are some of the best four-color gateway drugs.