We Finally Know a Little More About What Happened To Cyclops In Marvel's New Universe

The X-Men are having a rough time in Marvel’s “All-New, All-Different” universe. Usually, that’d just be like another Tuesday for them, but this time there are a lot of questions up in the air: Why is Terrigen Mist killing them? What the hell did Cyclops do to make mutants hated again? Well, we might just have some… »11/19/15 10:30am11/19/15 10:30am


The New Extraordinary X-Men Comic Will Revive One Of The X-Men's Biggest Fallen Heroes

Extraordinary X-Men, the new banner X-Men series in Marvel’s “All-New, All-Different” reboot, sees the X-Men facing some cataclysmic threats to mutant kind—and a potential new enemy in the Inhumans. But they’ll be getting some help: from a long dead X-Men... and maybe not the one you’re expecting. »10/29/15 4:20pm10/29/15 4:20pm

Mulder and Scully return to solve the mystery of This Week’s Comics!

What is the terrifying truth behind this week’s comic releases? I don’t have the faintest clue. I do, however, know that The X-Files is finally back thanks to IDW, continuing right where it left off. Plus a new Marvel event begins, a beloved Vertigo tale ends, and BKV's Saga continues, all in this week’s comics! »6/18/13 5:50pm6/18/13 5:50pm

In this week's comics, the Defenders and Voltron return, and Moebius and Alan Moore go back in print!

A lot of nifty stuff is hitting the stores tomorrow, but let's just pause for a moment and reflect on the innate weirdness of Alex "Epic Realism" Ross painting Voltron. Goodness, that's bizarre. Not as weird as his League of Extraordinary Gentlemen/30 Rock mash-up, but still plum hilarious. On to the comics! »12/06/11 12:55pm12/06/11 12:55pm

Read an exclusive sneak peek of Vertigo's post-apocalyptic manimal comic, Sweet Tooth!

For the past two years, one of the most consistently readable comics on the stands has been writer/illustrator Jeff Lemire's end-of-the-world fable Sweet Tooth. Lemire — whose work you may know from books like The Nobody and Animal Man — tells the tale of Gus, an antlered boy born after a mysterious disease wipes out… »12/05/11 9:20am12/05/11 9:20am

In this preview of DC's Frankenstein, a vampire with a machine gun needs no introduction

One of our favorite comics to come out of DC's New 52 relaunch was Jeff Lemire and Alberto Ponticelli's Frankenstein, Agent of S.H.A.D.E., a gleefully deranged horror/science fiction/espionage hybrid starring a poetic patchwork monster and his crack squad of paramilitary monsters. Here's an exclusive preview of the… »11/02/11 5:15pm11/02/11 5:15pm