This October, IDW and DC Comics will team up for Star Trek/Legion of Superheroes a six-issue miniseries penned by Chris Roberson and illustrated by art by Jeffrey and Philip Moy. Sadly, it doesn't look like Matter-Eater Lad will eat his way through a Tribble invasion.
Remember how DC Comics is relaunching their entire superhero line this September? Well, DC has given io9 an exclusive preview of the artwork, plots, and creative teams for five of their new young superhero titles.
There are so many top-notch stalwart Vertigo series that it's hard to keep track of them all, and it's always a bummer when they're canceled. G. Willow Wilson's Air falls into both of these camps: it's awesome and going under.
2010 sees the 75th anniversary of DC Comics, which launched in February 1935 with the first issue of New Fun. Since then, it's gone on to publish some of the greatest comics ever. Here're seventy-five you really should've read already.
The future of the DC Universe is brighter than it's been in a long time. Not only is classic writer Paul Levitz returning to theLegion of Super-Heroes, but he's doing so with two series. We talked to him exclusively.
You can tell that we're getting closer to Hallowe'en, just by looking at this week's new comic releases: Vampires! Zombie plagues! Frankenstein's Monster! Nikolai Tesla! Okay, maybe not that last one. But these are still Comics We Crave.
We watch their so-called "fiendish" schemes being defeated on a regular basis, but have you ever stopped to wonder whether life would be better if the bad guy won? Here're some villains we're rooting for... and why we're doing so.