Sure, they might not be coming back to TV until 2016, but this week X-Files’ 11th season kicks off in a new run of comics. But that’s not all there is to enjoy in the newest comics of the week: DC’s Bombshells make their physical debut, Sleepy Hollow’s Abbie and Ichabod return to comics, and much, much more!
Sure, Hank Pym and Scott Lang make all that shrinking look fun, but as you can see in this week’s adaptation of the Richard Matheson classic The Shrinking Man, it can be pretty petrifying. But that’s not all in this week’s new comics—Bruce Timm writes Superman! Hacktivists! Zombie Soldiers! And more!
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!
We've been looking forward to it for ages, but the crazy, colorful adventures of the Holograms are finally out this week. But that's not all in this week's new comics — there are time-traveling heroes, crabs that dare to turn, and the intriguing, bloody tale of two secretly superpowered teenagers. Let's dig in!
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!
Yup, Orphan Black expands into the world of comics this week, and we can't wait to see what's in store for the Clone Club. Plus, Spider-Gwen swings into action in her very own standalone series, the heir to the Frakenstein name teams up with Frakenstein's monster, and much more. Here's what's new in this week's comics!
As much as the news cycle would want to move on and declare "victory" in Libya there is still very much a war going on there.
Ever since rebels more or less seized control of Tripoli this weekend, there's been something else on the verge of liberation besides the embattled city' residents: their internet.
A film contest, Jerusalem 2111, called for video shorts imagining the future of Jerusalem "as reflected by different communities around the world." Behold Jerusalem the flying city, the city of UFOs, and many other future visions of the Holy Land.
Living up to its outdated title, British cult comic 2000AD is heading into 2008 by adopting technology equally un-new: The Adobe PDF. That's what you'll be getting if you sign up to the new downloadable version of the weekly anthology, which is like Japanese weekly comic anthology Shonen Jump except with storylines…