This is what love looks like in the future

Oni Press' new graphic novel A Boy and a Girl is, as you might have surmised, about a boy and a girl falling in love. But there's a catch: The girl is actually a lifelike robot, whose assignment to to live secretly among humans is ending. We're proud to present this 13-page preview of the comic, which is basically a… » 12/10/13 12:25pm 12/10/13 12:25pm

Read the first issue of Letter 44, the comic everyone's raving about

As presidents leave office, they also leave a letter for their successors. In Oni Press' new comic Letter 44, the newest president is taken aback when he reads the letter from the man who preceded him — a man who seemed to tank the economy and embroil the nation in needless wars — but was actually secretly preparing… » 11/27/13 2:00pm 11/27/13 2:00pm

North World injects modern contrivances (and bear fights) into epic…

In the webcomic North World, the most famous dungeon-delving adventurers have tie-wearing accountants. You might run into your blacksmith at the local burrito stand or Chinese restaurant. Pizza parlors need to be prepared against the occasional viking attack. And young swordsman Conrad has to worry about the mystical… » 12/24/11 9:00am 12/24/11 9:00am

Some Free Comics You Should Nab While You Can

Sure, so this Wednesday was kind of a weak one for comics, but that's because everyone was saving the awesome up for tomorrow. What's so special about tomorrow, you may ask yourself (beside it being Saturday, and therefore requiring no work for the majority of you)? Well, it's Free Comic Book Day 2008, where stores… » 5/02/08 7:00am 5/02/08 7:00am

Iron Chef Meets Dark Star in New Graphic Novel

Anything that can be pitched in high concept terms as "Iron Chef meets John Carpenter's '70s comedy Dark Star" has, according to recent studies, a 99% chance of being almost unspeakably awesome. And James Stokoe's Wonton Soup, a 184-page graphic novel from Oni Press, doesn't let us down in that regard. Find out about… » 3/04/08 7:30am 3/04/08 7:30am

Comics Wrapup from WonderCon: DC Abandons Lesbians; Vertigo's…

Now that the dust is settling on WonderCon Weekend it's time to look back and wonder, as we so often do, what just happened? Anywhere that you can see Elvis with a hustle of Leias has to be one of the most wonderful places in the world, despite the hype and inevitable disappointments. The headlines, the low points,… » 2/25/08 8:40am 2/25/08 8:40am

Post-Post-Apocalyptic Comic Book Explores Life After the Aliens Leave Us

While the George Michael-isms of the trailers for ABC's new lawyer-prophet series Eli Stone (premiering tonight) may make you worried about the show's quality and musical taste, you can rest assured that show co-creator Marc Guggenheim's heart is in the right place. Namely, a post-alien apocalyptic Earth. » 1/31/08 8:00am 1/31/08 8:00am