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This Bad Girls exclusive turns the Cuban Revolution into a striking crime comic

The Cuban Revolution was a period of monumental change for the island nation, but turmoil can also provide opportunity for those that know how to take advantage of it. On December 31, 1958, the rebels took the city of Santa Clara, asserting their dominance and thrusting Cuba into an uncertain future. Everyone’s trying…

Owen throws a superhero garage sale in this Secret Weapons exclusive

Valiant Comics’ Secret Weapons was one of last year’s most visually striking superhero comics. Now, the book’s creative team reunites for a March one-shot delving into the backstory of Owen Cho, a superhuman who can conjure objects out of thin air, but can’t choose what he pulls from the ether. Secret Weapons: Owen’s

Ed Piskor breaks down X-Men history with style in this Grand Design exclusive

Two years ago, cartoonist Ed Piskor posted a tweet stating that he had an idea to condense 300 issues of X-Men comics into a 300-page story, and Marvel took notice. Piskor has earned a lot of acclaim for his Hip-Hop Family Tree series chronicling the history of hip-hop music with meticulous detail and bold style, and…

Superboy is the target of future Batman in this Super Sons #11 exclusive

Time travel is constantly causing headaches in superhero comics, and Jonathan “Superboy” Kent is about to discover this for himself in “Super Sons Of Tomorrow,” a small crossover spread across Superman, Super Sons, and Teen Titans. Superboy is being hunted down by the Batman of Tomorrow, a future version of Tim Drake…

This Hellboy: Krampusnacht exclusive shows the darker side of Adam Hughes

Given his connection to mythology and the supernatural, it’s surprising that Hellboy doesn’t have more Christmas stories. The celebration has pagan roots and an expansive folklore that changes from country to country, providing plenty of material for Mike Mignola to explore with his signature character. As with 1997’s…

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Jen goes on a reluctant rampage in this Sensational She-Hulk #160 exclusive

Marvel Legacy is about bringing the best elements of Marvel’s back past into its present, and while the jury’s out on how well it’s succeeding overall, The Sensational She-Hulk is a book that really benefits from the spirit of the character’s past stories. Hulk’s final issue before being retitled had writer Mariko…

Birthdays are bullshit in this exclusive preview of Michel Fiffe’s Zegas

Most comic readers will know Michel Fiffe from his self-published superhero series Copra, which reimagines DC’s Suicide Squad and other ’80s superheroes with a radically innovative art style and a story that is both emotionally grounded and exceptionally weird. All of those creative elements are on display in Zegas, a…

Arthurian myth gets a sci-fi makeover in this Sword Of Ages #1 exclusive

Arthurian mythology has been a source of inspiration for centuries, as storytellers reinvent a legend rooted in enduring themes like the desire to become something greater and the challenges of keeping power once it’s obtained. For his first series as both writer and artist, Gabriel Rodríguez is tapping into Arthurian…

 Sid Vicious’ ghost is an unlikely father figure in this Punks Not Dead exclusive

It’s not uncommon for teenagers to turn to punk music as an outlet for all that adolescent rage and rebellious energy, but 15-year-old Fergie has a different relationship with punk culture. He’s haunted by the ghost of Sid Vicious in the new series Punks Not Dead, the third ongoing from IDW’s Black Crown imprint…