An adventurer races to save his life’s story in this Deathbed #2 exclusive

Antonio Luna has had one hell of a life. He’s been a con man, street artist, World Series winner, private eye, and spy, but someone is trying to destroy his legacy by wiping out anyone who can corroborate his story. The new Vertigo series Deathbed is an exciting action-adventure about one man’s mission to stop the…

Jane Foster makes the ultimate sacrifice in this Mighty Thor exclusive

Jane Foster’s time as Thor is coming to an end, but she’s going out in a blaze of glory fit for a legendary superhero run. Writer Jason Aaron, artist Russell Dauterman, and colorist Matthew Wilson gave the Marvel Universe a thrilling, tragic hero in Foster, who has been battling cancer while fighting for the Nine…

A From Lone Mountain exclusive showcases a master minimalist’s skill

Cartoonist John Porcellino has been giving readers an intimate look at his personal life for over three decades in the pages of his King-Cat zine, creating short comics and prose stories that address both the major and minor events in his life. With his signature minimalism, Porcellino strips his artwork to the bare…

Opening shots of war are fired in this The Wild Storm #12 exclusive

There’s a war on the horizon, but it doesn’t involve the usual suspects currently dominating the headlines. It’s a war between the secret agencies that hold real power in the world, and their uneasy armistice is about to come to an end in The Wild Storm. Written by Warren Ellis with art by Jon Davis-Hunt and colorist…

Black Crown explores the vast frontier of death in this Euthanauts first look

Where do people go when their bodies die? It’s a question that religion and science both seek to answer, but there aren’t any concrete answers. Announced today at Emerald City Comic-Con, the new Black Crown title, Euthanauts, poses that the realm of death is an expansive new world waiting to be explored. The…

Neil Gaiman announces new line of Sandman spin-off comics

In 2012, DC Comics returned to the world of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ Watchmen for a series of prequel books called—appropriately enough—Before Watchmen. The stunt wasn’t particularly well-received, partly because of Moore’s icy relationship with DC, but DC”s next big revival of a critically acclaimed and iconic…

Kate and Clint fight for their lives in this Hawkeye #16 exclusive

The current run of Hawkeye has been outstanding. Writer Kelly Thompson, artists Leonardo Romero and Michael Walsh, colorist Jordie Bellaire, and letterer Joe Sabino created one of the most exciting, stylish comics on stands with Kate Bishop’s Los Angeles adventures, and the strength of this team suggested the book…

A fantastic quartet assembles in this The Terrifics #1 exclusive

DC and Marvel are constantly taking shots at each other, but with The Terrifics, DC is shamelessly trolling the competition. Marvel hasn’t had an ongoing Fantastic Four series in three years, and seeing the angry fan response, DC decided to fill the void by launching The Terrifics, a new series featuring a superhero…

The war for Atlantis rages on in this Aquaman #33 exclusive preview

For the past two storylines, Dan Abnett’s Aquaman has focused on Atlantis, exploring the political and social aspects of the underwater city as the titular hero gives up his crown to fight for the underdogs. The change in focus completely reinvigorated the series, along with a bold new visual aesthetic that set it…

This New Super-Man & The JLC exclusive kicks off a bold new direction

Gene Luen Yang’s New Super-Man has always been as much about the Justice League of China (JLC) as the titular hero, so it makes a lot of sense to rebrand the series as New Super-Man And The Justice League Of China for its change in direction. After being part of the Ministry Of Self-Reliance for the first 19 issues of…

Witness a godly transformation in this Firebug exclusive preview

Image Comics’ Island was an astonishing showcase of talent, and even though the anthology ended last year, it continues to provide new gifts. Johnnie Christmas’ Firebug with colorist Tamra Bonvillain and letterer Ariana Maher debuted its first chapter in 2016’s Island #7, introducing a rich fantasy world and engaging…

This Mystik U #2 exclusive gives DC magicians a creepy college education

Magical schools are a popular plot device in fantasy stories, allowing creators to combine the drama of a scholastic environment with the extraordinary elements of the mystical plane. DC’s Mystik U miniseries reimagines the publisher’s magical heroes and villains as the students and faculty of a secret university, and…

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…

Killer Frost is granted her greatest wish in this JLA #22 exclusive

DC’s Justice League books are the best they’ve been in years right now, largely by shifting focus to the character dynamics within superhero teams. Christopher Priest and Pete Woods’ Justice League is off to a riveting start, and Steve Orlando’s Justice League Of America is at its best when it shows how different…

The Justice League comes under political fire in this exclusive preview

Everyone makes mistakes. But when you’re a superhero, mistakes can have huge consequences. The Justice League is currently dealing with the fallout of a recent mission that flew off the rails when police interference resulted in the death of a nun. And when video of the incident is leaked to the world, the team finds…

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…

Blondie jams with The Archies in this exclusive first look

Music has been a major part of Archie Comics for nearly its entire history, and given music’s importance in youth culture, it makes sense that it would be a constant in the lives of Riverdale’s teen characters. That connection to the music world became even stronger when The Archies’ “Sugar, Sugar” became a #1 single…