Here's What Thor Will Look Like Now That He's No Longer Thor

As reported, a mysterious new female character has taken the role of Thor, as Thor — er, the ex-Thor — is found unworthy of Mjolnir. Artist Russell Dauterman has revealed the new design of the character formerly known as Thor, and he's basically cosplaying as Tetsuo from Akira. » 7/22/14 1:30pm 7/22/14 1:30pm

In Beautiful Darkness, a fairy tale life is inextricably tied to death

You've seen countless stories about cute little creatures living secretly in our world, but you've never read one like Beautiful Darkness. It's a world that's as adorable as it is cruel, where life is beautiful but also cheap, and where death is omnipresent... in more ways than one. Read our exclusive preview and… » 2/12/14 1:00pm 2/12/14 1:00pm

Artist gives us the fairy tale ending we didn't know we really wanted

Jim Benton used two things to make this two-panel comic work: a twist on the "expected" outcome of this situation and the fact that "It's me you want" has two meanings. It's simple and pitch perfect. » 1/05/14 7:30am 1/05/14 7:30am

Interns & Monsters Collide In Free Comic "Alive! Alive! Alive!"

Summer internships can be horrifying, they can be interesting, but Nikki's internship at the Museum of Cryptozoology turns out to be horrifically interesting. Also kind of deadly and slightly apocalyptic. » 10/13/13 6:41pm 10/13/13 6:41pm

Saturday Webcomic: Spindrift is one of this year's most gorgeous…

Last week, we spotlighted some of this year's best new and short webcomics, but there are plenty of remarkable and beautiful webcomics that launched this year that could have made the list. One of those comics is fantasy webcomic Spindrift, by artist and author Elsa Kroese and co-writer Charlotte English. Spindrift » 12/29/12 8:30am 12/29/12 8:30am

Neil deGrasse Tyson's most astounding fact adapted as a comic

We've already seen a video interpretation of physicist Neil deGrasse Tyson's most astounding fact about the universe. Cartoonist Gavin Aung Than offers his graphic version of the famous quote, illustrating it in a single, beautiful webcomic. » 5/06/12 11:30am 5/06/12 11:30am

6 Avengers clips assembled right here, right now!

As The Avengers premiere date nears, the world wonders, "Can Joss Whedon pull off a movie starring not one but six Marvel superheroes?" We rounded up every single movie clip we could find and lumped them all together so you could get the full flavor of this movie. Plus, we tacked on two featurettes for your… » 4/18/12 8:30am 4/18/12 8:30am

What if Iggy Pop was Kamandi the Last Boy on Earth?

Over at the ever-entertaining Comic Twart, illustrator Tom Fowler and colorist Kyle Latino have realized that Stooges-era Iggy Pop had some interesting parallels with Jack Kirby's Last Boy on Earth. This would have been my third favorite Iggy Pop film role, right after Yelgrun and The Adventures of Pete and Pete. » 11/06/11 10:10am 11/06/11 10:10am

Check out a comic book-themed theater festival in Brooklyn

From June 2 to July 1, New York's experimental Brick Theater's holding The Comic Book Theater Festival, a selection of dramatic productions about the funny pages and the colorful characters that dwell within. Here's a list of the main shows. » 5/22/11 12:30pm 5/22/11 12:30pm

Handy comic explains how to write every Walking Dead plot ever

Want to write a best-selling zombie epic but don't know where to start? Jeff Comsey, Rus Wooten, and Ryan Sohmner of the diabolical webcomic The Gutters have drafted this diagram on how to pen your own undead odyssey. » 4/10/11 12:15pm 4/10/11 12:15pm

New X-Men: First Class set pics reveal a few new mutant sneak peeks

You've seen the arial shots of the nasty carnage happening on set of Matthew Vaughan's mutant origins movie X-Men: First Class. Now get a closer look inside the production, and check out a few young mutants. » 12/24/10 6:30am 12/24/10 6:30am

A crazy old comic about Nazis fighting a woolly mammoth

The sadly out-of-print Weird War Tales furnished readers with oodles of nutty paranormal combat stories. In this obscure yet awesome short, a Nazi regiment fights a woolly mammoth thawed out of glacier...and then they tame it. Hilarity ensues. » 11/17/10 3:40pm 11/17/10 3:40pm

In Superman: Earth One, Clark Kent is the boy who fell to Earth

J. Michael Straczynski's new hardcover graphic novel Superman: Earth One portrays Superman as an extraterrestrial who forces himself to masquerade as a human twentysomething. Here's our review and interview with DC Comics co-publisher Dan DiDio. » 10/26/10 4:45pm 10/26/10 4:45pm

New DC Universe Online trailer pits players against the Justice League

The first trailer for DC Universe Online showcased a post-apocalyptic DCU and a peeved Superman. The latest teaser unveils the types of characters players can create and control. And yes, you can make like Wesley Willis and whup Batman's ass. » 8/18/10 11:37am 8/18/10 11:37am

Watch Brandon Routh unleash his charm and punches on vampires in the…

Watch the first ever full trailer for the big-screen adaptation of the Dylan Dog comic. Take a trip to the zombie "body shop" and watch the undead upgrade their bits, while Dylan Dog charms the pants off some monsters. » 8/17/10 8:00am 8/17/10 8:00am