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Finally, Groot Is Getting His Own Comic Series This Week!

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!
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The Jem And The Holograms Comic Finally Hits The Shelves!

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! » 3/24/15 2:32pm 3/24/15 2:32pm

Mike Mignola Returns With A Gorgeous Comic About Frankenstein's Monster

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! » 3/17/15 2:14pm 3/17/15 2:14pm

Orphan Black's Clone Club Launch Their Own Comic-Book Adventures

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! » 2/24/15 2:17pm 2/24/15 2:17pm

8 of the most frustratingly bad media tie-in videogames ever

Ever bought a game that ties into one of your favorite fantasy, scifi, or comic book tales, only to play it and find out it is total crap? Unfortunately, licensed games are historically bad, leaving a lot of fans in this same situation. You probably already know about 1982's E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial and 1999's … » 11/16/12 11:30am 11/16/12 11:30am

How 2000 A.D. Changed Science Fiction Forever

2000 A.D. is best known as the magazine that launched Judge Dredd as Mega-City One's top lawman. But it also helped give science fiction some of its greatest creators and weirdest ideas, including launching Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Grant Morrison and others. David J. Williams, author of The Mirrored Heavens, The… » 9/21/12 11:11am 9/21/12 11:11am

Everything You Need To Know About Judge Dredd

If your experience with Judge Dredd has been limited to famous Anthrax songs, not famous Human League songs, and watching the 1995 Sylvester Stallone movie hungover on basic cable on Sunday afternoons, know that Mega-City One's top cop has a complex (and rather wacky) pedigree. Here's a crash course on why Dredd is… » 9/20/12 11:45am 9/20/12 11:45am

Portishead producer to release Judge Dredd theme album

May 8 will see the release of Drokk, a concept album about Judge Dredd's hometown Mega-City One by composer Ben Salisbury and Geoff Barrow, the producer of famed "best soundtrack to bittersweet break-up sex in the world" band Portishead. (That's not a slight by the way, I just refuse to use the term "trip-hop.") 2000… » 3/12/12 7:00am 3/12/12 7:00am

Remember when Alan Moore wrote Tales From The Crypt...in space?

In the early 1980s, way before he was famous for absolutely anything, Alan Moore was tapped to pen a series of science fiction strips for the now-venerable British comic mag 2000 AD. Dubbed Future Shocks, these 2000 AD staples were one-and-done stories with diabolical twist endings and a quirky cast of aliens, time… » 11/29/11 3:00pm 11/29/11 3:00pm