How Comic Book The Fuse Moves The American Cop Drama To A Space Station

In the future world of The Fuse, half a million people live inside a space station orbiting the Earth. It's a place with its own government, its own crime, and its own detectives. We spoke with The Fuse creator and writer Antony Johnston about why he decided set his police procedural in space. » 9/26/14 11:30am 9/26/14 11:30am

Elric Of Melniboné Comes To Life In The Ultimate Comic Adaptation

If you're any kind of fan of Michael Moorcock or Elric, the dark fantasy antihero he created, you owe it to yourself to check out this new graphic novel adaptation. Not only is it empirically gorgeous, Moorcock himself says it's the first comic to "capture the sense of utter decadence" of his fantasy epics. » 9/16/14 4:00pm 9/16/14 4:00pm

​More Than 100(!) Awesome Comics To Watch Out For This Fall

Movies? Pshaw. TV shows? Piffle and poppycock. If you want autumn's best entertainment, then you're going to need to check out all the comic and graphic novels due out over the next three months. It's an embarrassment of superhero, scifi, horror and fantasy riches — which is ironic, because you're going to go broke… » 8/21/14 1:00pm 8/21/14 1:00pm

​Archer & Armstrong Is The Best Damn Comic You're Not Reading

Maybe you have discovered Fred Van Lente's hilarious, action-packed reboot of Valiant's Archer & Armstrong, about the adventures of immortal drunkard and a young savant raised by a cult trying to take over the world (punching nuns is like the most normal thing they've ever done). The point is, more of you need to be… » 5/13/14 1:20pm 5/13/14 1:20pm

Avoid The Marvel/DC Summer Madness By Heading Into The Woods

Marvel's Original Sin and DC's New 52: Future's End summer comic events start tomorrow, but why not skip the spectacle and try something new? Something like, say, James Tynion IV's new series Woods, about a school field trip that takes an accidental detour to a primordial forest at the edge of the universe? Plus a … » 5/06/14 4:40pm 5/06/14 4:40pm

​The Astounding Amount Of Awesome Comics You Need to Read This Summer

If you like comics, you're going broke this summer. Seriously, talk to an accountant about bankruptcy now, because there's no way you'll be able to pay rent if you even want to buy half the awesome comics coming out this summer. But at least this guide will help you determine which half to blow your savings on. » 4/29/14 9:10am 4/29/14 9:10am

​Your Wait For the Long-Awaited Sandman Overture #2 Is Finally Over

Yes, the second issue of Neil Gaiman's already fabulously-popular-despite-having-only-one-issue-out is finally here! Let's hope #3 manages to arrive in less than four months. Plus, G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero hits the big #200, Marvel tries to Survive, and Image presents the superhero version of Galaxy Quest! » 3/25/14 2:40pm 3/25/14 2:40pm