A Damage Control TV Series May Be Headed To The Marvel Cinematic Universe

Marvel’s live-action universe may be getting a little bigger. Variety is reporting that ABC is planning to make a comedy show set in the Marvel universe—and it’s going to be based on the oddball shenanigans of Damage Control, a comic about the people who have to clean up after superheroes have wrecked the place. »10/02/15 4:30pmFriday 4:30pm

The Team Behind the Excellent Daredevil Comic Is Making a New Black Widow Series!

Oh my god. We’ve known for a while that Black Widow would be getting her own series in Marvel’s upcoming “All-New, All-Different” reboot—but we didn’t know who, and now we do, it’s safe to say Natasha is in good hands: Mark Waid and Chris Samnee, the team behind Marvel’s outstanding Daredevil comic. »10/02/15 2:20pmFriday 2:20pm

Amanda Waller Runs Super Hero High School in the First Look at DC Super Hero Girls

Earlier this year, DC unveiled its new female-focused super hero lineup aimed at getting young girls into the world of DC Comics: DC Super Hero Girls. Now the company has kicked off the initiative with a new animated short—hold the phone. Is that Gorilla Grodd wearing a jacket and bow tie? »10/01/15 12:30pmThursday 12:30pm

The Agents of SHIELD Are Laying The Groundwork For Captain America's Next Movie

When Agents of SHIELD began, its first season revolved around building up towards the events of Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Now there’s another Captain America movie coming out next spring, and we can already see how Agents of SHIELD is laying some track down for it. Spoilers ahead... »9/30/15 11:00amWednesday 11:00am

In This Week's Comics, There's a High-Fantasy Series We've Waited All Year To Read

It’s a quiet week for new comics—as indicated by a bevy of annuals. But in the midst of this quiet, we’ve got From Under Mountains, one of our must-read comics of the season. On top of that? Agents of SHIELD’s Melinda May gets her own one-off comic! Let’s check out all the new series of the week, shall we? »9/29/15 5:40pmTuesday 5:40pm

The Four Doctors Is a Comic Reunion the Twelfth Doctor Never Knew He Needed

When Doctor Who brought past Doctors together for its 50th Anniversary special, it wasn’t just to look back at the show’s past, but to examine the Doctor’s own insecurities. The Four Doctors, the Titan Comics miniseries that concluded last week, finally does that for Peter Capaldi’s Doctor—and it makes for the best … »9/29/15 1:20pmTuesday 1:20pm

The Game Has Just Changed In A Major Way For One Of DC's Oldest Superheroes

The Spectre may not be one of DC’s most iconic superhero characters, but he’s certainly one of their oldest, having been around for 76 years. Over those decades he’s gone through some changes and revamps, but in this week’s Gotham By Midnight, Jim Corrigan has been overhauled in a major, legacy-defining manner. »9/24/15 4:55pm9/24/15 4:55pm

Independence Day Is Getting a Comic Series to Tie the Films Together

By the time Independence Day: Resurgence comes out next year, the original film will be 20 years old. That’s a lot of backstory to cover from how we got from aliens blowing up the White House to a “post-war” world and a united Earth Space Defense force—one we now know will be the focus of a new comic series from Titan. »9/24/15 12:20pm9/24/15 12:20pm

Appeals Court Rules the Batmobile is Copyright Protected

Batman’s vehicle of choice has had a lot of different looks over the 75 years it’s been around—but an ongoing legal case over unlicensed replicas based on the 1966 and 1989 versions of the Batmobile called into question whether DC had the right to copyright the car. Turns out, despite the myriad redesigns, they do. »9/23/15 1:20pm9/23/15 1:20pm

In This Week's New Comics, a Village of Animals Is Gripped By the Fear of Aliens Among Them

It’s an incredibly quiet week in new comics... almost too quiet. Such a sinister environ is perfect for the release of Wild’s End: The Enemy Within, the follow-up to the fantastic tale of 1930s anthropomorphic animals holding off an alien invasion (or so they thought!). Let’s dig in and check out whats new in comics… »9/22/15 5:50pm9/22/15 5:50pm

Which Old Science Fiction Trope Has Become Part of Your Everyday Life?

One of the main ways that you know we’re Living in the Future is when you see something that used to be a huge science fiction trope, but now it’s just an ordinary part of life. Like arguing with computers—back in the day, debates with machines were a funny “what if.” And now, we argue with computers all the time. »9/22/15 5:29pm9/22/15 5:29pm

We're Getting a New Black Panther Comic, and It Sounds Absolutely Incredible

We’ve known for a while that Black Panther would be getting a series as part of Marvel’s “All-New, All-Different” reboot—but now the company have finally dished out details on the title, and it turns out it’s got one hell of a creative team behind it: Ta-Nehisi Coates and Brian Stelfreeze are teaming up to take on… »9/22/15 4:10pm9/22/15 4:10pm

Fran Krause's Deep Dark Fears Book Is Full of Things You Didn't Know To Be Afraid Of

We’ve celebrated Fran Krause’s Deep Dark Fears tumblr before—it’s a collection of really insane comics about truly bizarre things to be afraid of. A lot of them are very outlandish or sort of existential, or just very goofy. And now, he’s got a book of new comics, and we’ve got an exclusive first peek. »9/22/15 2:30pm9/22/15 2:30pm

The 16 Most Impractical and Ridiculous Batman Action Figures

When we took a look back at Batman’s use of power armor over the years, one big reason we found was basically so people could sell action figures of Batman clad in various, situation-specific power suits. But with Batman Day at the end of the week, we thought we’d delve into just how bat@#!? insane some of these… »9/22/15 1:00pm9/22/15 1:00pm