A sneak peek at the next issue of China Miéville's comic book Dial H

Here's an exclusive first look at next week's issue of Dial H, the DC Comics series from Kraken and Railsea author China Miéville, artist Mateus Santolouco, and the legendary Brian Bolland (on cover art). This issue delves further into the history of the mysterious dial that can transform its user into bizarre… » 9/27/12 9:45am 9/27/12 9:45am

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

China Miéville gives us a sneak peek of DC Comics' weirdest new…

This May, DC Comics will resurrect Dial H For Hero, an old-school comic about a strange dial that can transforms its user into an entire phone book's worth of superheroes. And who's helming this new series? Why, it's none other than Embassytown, Kraken, and The City & the City author China Miéville. » 3/16/12 8:40am 3/16/12 8:40am

The Law Comes To America As Judge Dredd Returns

Ignore the Sylvester Stallone movie from the '90s - Starting next year, America is going to find out what it really means to know Dredd. Announced yesterday at the Wizard World Chicago convention, Dynamite Comics is going to bring the UK's futuristic lawman Judge Dredd back to American comics after more than a decade. » 6/29/08 7:00am 6/29/08 7:00am

Killing Without Color In Remastered Batman Comic

The remastered and recolored hardcover of Batman: The Killing Joke looks way less colorful and trippy than the original version, based on the comparison scans posted by PopCultureShock. Supposedly artist Brian Bolland supervised the re-coloring himself, but the new version takes away some of the jarring garishness of… » 3/25/08 12:23pm 3/25/08 12:23pm