In 2011, Mark Waid took over writing the book Daredevil when it was relaunched in the wake of a crossover called "Shadowland" (it's complicated and involved Daredevil getting possessed by a demon). His run was almost immediately hailed as one of the best comics out there and still is. But now, after four years on the… »
A big announcement for the TV version of the superpowered cop comic Powers is coming within days, says creator Brian Michael Bendis. Plus Marvelman is back within 12 months, and the CrossGen revival brings back one of its greatest writers. »
How important is race in comics? We're not even talking about skin color here, but American vs. Non-American. According to one comics editor, the answer is "very" - even if comics fans would rather it wasn't the case. »
Before Comic-Con even got underway, Boom! Studios was stealing headlines with the announcement of their new deal with Disney/Pixar that will see six new series based upon Pixar movies hitting comic stores soon. All of the names you'd expect to see are there, including this summer's smash Wall-E. But our pick for the… »
Mark Waid is best known for creating the Kingdom Come graphic novel with Alex Ross, but his more recent run on Brave and the Bold has been of the best comics from DC lately. He's one of the quickest people to label himself a comic book nut, and his house is full of memorabilia. He ran down to his local comic book shop… »
Must-read graphic novels are futuristic classics that shouldn't be missed. Of course, not every must-see is perfect. That's why we've rated them 1-5 on the patented "crunchy goodness" scale.
Title: Kingdom Come
Vitals: Yet another dysfunctional future of the DC Comics universe. In this one, Superman and… »