We’re so close to being free from the sweltering heat of summer. Fall is nearly upon us, with its orange leaves, cool breeze, and the saintly scent of petrichor in the air. We’re not scientists, but we’re pretty sure it’s scientific fact that these are the perfect conditions to read a ton of new comics in. Good thing…
Blade Runner 2049 may not have lit the box office on fire nearly as much as it should have, but its dystopian world is living on in the world of comic books.
This autumn, the Thirteenth Doctor begins her adventures in time and space—not just on television, but in comics as well. But just before the real fun begins, a new comic series will see the latest Doctor look back on her life... or, rather lives, in an intriguing twist on an anthology series.
For Free Comic Book Day this year, Titan teased that the anthology of Doctor Who stories it would offer for the event would include the comics debut of Jodie Whittaker’s Thirteenth Doctor. It’s perhaps not quite what you might expect from that descriptor, and yet it’s also the perfect example of what you need to know…
The beasts howl, and the hunt is on. That’s how the worst nights begin Yharnam, the world of Bloodborne. And as the game illustrates, and as Ales Kot and Piotr Kowalski wisely remember in their tie-in comic, the worst nights in Yharnam never end.
Let’s be real: Comics are kind of a year-round thing. But you know what fall has that the rest of those lousy seasons don’t? Perfect comic book reading weather. So it’s a good thing that there’s tons of new comics on the way! Here’s our picks of the wonderful new books you’ll want to get cozy with in the coming months.
There’s nothing like reading a good comic or 16 on a warm summer’s day. I mean, why do all that stuff like going outside when there are so many good new comics series coming out? Beat the heat over the summer with a few of our recommendations for all the new series you should check out in the next few months.
Death of Stalin, the French graphic novel detailing two days of chaos between Joseph Stalin’s stroke and the announcement of his death, will get a new reprint ahead of the upcoming film adaptation. Perfect timing too, because (for some weird reason) we should remind ourselves what actual totalitarian governments are…
Titan Comics is adding another Games Workshop tabletop game to its comic book roster—and this one is somehow even weirder and crazier than even the grim dark future of their Warhammer 40,000 comics. Yes, brutal world of (extremely) fantasy contact sports that is Blood Bowl is getting its own comic series.
It’s been a very long time since Torchwood graced our TV screens—to the point that the thought of getting another season seems impossible. But have no fear! Jack Harkness and Gwen Cooper are going to be back in action with a brand new ongoing comic series from Titan, and io9 has the first look.
Four years ago, the first episode of the BBC’s modernized Sherlock series was adapted into a manga in Japan. Now, all these years later, it’s finally being officially translated for Western audiences. Behold, the exotic cheekbones of Benedict Cumberbatch, in two dimensions!
In the grim darkness of the far future, there is only war... and comic books, apparently. Yes, Warhammer, Games Workshop’s ludicrously over the top tabletop game, is one of the wackiest, macho universes in science fiction—and after a long hiatus from comics, the series is getting a new swath of books from Titan Comics.
In kind of a flip-flop of how these things usually unfold, Showtime’s Victorian England-set horror drama Penny Dreadful—which will unveil its third season in 2016—will jump from the screen to the page, courtesy of a Titan Comics series penned by the series’ scriptwriters.
When Doctor Who brought past Doctors together for its 50th Anniversary special, it wasn’t just to look back at the show’s past, but to examine the Doctor’s own insecurities. The Four Doctors, the Titan Comics miniseries that concluded last week, finally does that for Peter Capaldi’s Doctor—and it makes for the best …
It's not quite the level of Dark Horse losing Star Wars, but IDW has to be smarting today after Titan Comics announced they'll be taking over the Doctor Who license and publishing comics later this year — including the first comics featuring the Twelth Doctor, Peter Capaldi.