Zombies. They're your ultimate nightmare. But the only thing that's more intense than regular zombies? Is space zombies. Because zombies are automatically way more terrifying when there's noplace to run. Here are the 10 greatest space zombies of all time!
DC Comics is releasing the massive Absolute Edition of Geoff Johns' best-selling Blackest Night mega-event this Wednesday, and io9 is proud to reveal the book's true cover.
Yesterday, a man retired. He is a man who has been idolized by many, and hated by others. This man was elected by men to rule a universe, to decide good and evil, right from wrong, and to guide his children in the light. I'm speaking, of course, of long-time Green Lantern writer Geoff Johns. What, did someone else…
What's in comic shops Wednesday? A lot of new X-titles, the Predators comic book sequel, and the X-Files meets 30 Days Of Night. Comic-Con may be next week, but there's plenty of four-panel action on the racks.
The X-books are having a particularly big week. The Second Coming crossover wraps up in X-Men: Second…
I love Grant Morrison. You love Grant Morrison. Your significant other is probably thinking lewd thoughts about Grant Morrison right now. But there's one place where G.M. gets no love: mainstream superhero comic continuity. What's up with that?
Which comics Need More Dazzler this week? Blackest Night and X-Men: Second Coming. Also, the Juggernaut's all tuckered out and Kyle Reese is written by Dr. Horrible's Zack Whedon! Spoilers ahoy!
What's hot on the shelves this Wednesday? DC and Marvel wrapping up their big undead crossovers, Zack Whedon from Dr. Horrible penning the adventures of Kyle Reese, and Spidey vs. the Juggernaut. It's Comics We Crave! Aim for the head!
What's waiting for you at the comic shop this Wednesday? The return of America's mutant sweetheart, a trade paperback you can foist upon your hipster friends, and Mark Millar's latest four-panel ploy at global domination. Yup, it's Comics We Crave!
2010 sees the 75th anniversary of DC Comics, which launched in February 1935 with the first issue of New Fun. Since then, it's gone on to publish some of the greatest comics ever. Here're seventy-five you really should've read already.
Can DC Comics be #1 in the market again? Is Blackest Night key to the publisher's future? We asked new DC co-publishers Dan Didio and Jim Lee, as well as new DC Entertainment Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns.
DC Direct was in full effect at Toy Fair with Blackest Night action figures, Jonah Hex statuettes, and the gee-whiz True Blood bar signs. Yes, now you can turn your rumpus room into your own personal Fangtasia.
Marvel Comics have revealed the cover for the special edition of their Siege series that they'll be giving retailers participating in their controversial exchange program, and... well, it's dated and another dig at DC's Blackest Night promotion. Oh dear.
Holy sales war, io9ers! Marvel Comics is offering retailers a rare issue of its new mega-event Siege. The catch? Store owners have to send Marvel 50 torn-up DC Comics titles.
In this week's comics, Joss Whedon comes back to Buffy, there's a new spin on Aliens Vs. Predator, and Sulu gets back in the captain's chair. But most of all, there's a new chance to check out a comics classic.
Last Wednesday saw the last shipment of new comics to American comic book stores before 2010, so how can there be new comics this week? (Never mind a major mainstream release)? We're glad you asked that question.
It's the last week of new comic releases of the year (Well, kind of, but I'll get to that later), so it's a good thing that tomorrow's haul at your local comic store is full of comfort and joy. Almost.