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 Tuesday 4:00pm

​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

​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

​Watch a futuristic family inexorably destroy itself… in 3D!

FYI: The Joyners in 3D is going to be on all the "Best Comics of 2014" lists, so you'll want to pick it up tomorrow. It's set in 2062 and is printed in 3D, but the story is not flashy — it's a grim tragedy of how sex, jealousy, work and hate can tear a family apart. And it comes with classic red-&-blue glasses, too! » 2/18/14 4:20pm 2/18/14 4:20pm

​How do you make World War II worse? Add royalty with superpowers

That's the premise of Rob Williams and Simon Coleby's new Vertigo comic Royals: Masters of War. In this alt-history, royal blood bestows superpowers, but these kings and queens have an agreement to never join their respective wars — that is, until World War II forces England's Prince Harry to take action. All that and… » 2/11/14 2:20pm 2/11/14 2:20pm

​The new Ms. Marvel is here and ready to rock your world

We've not been shy about our love of Kamala Khan, Marvel's new Ms. Marvel, teenager, Pakistani-American, Muslim, and New Jersey-ite. Indeed, we may have mentioned it here, here or here. So we're super-excited to finally get to read the first issue, written by G. Willow Wilson, and drawn by Runaways' Adrian Alphona —… » 2/04/14 2:50pm 2/04/14 2:50pm

​The Ghostbusters become their own X-File in Conspiracy

When The X-Files' Lone Gunmen receive a mysterious file warning them about supernatural phenomena that haven't happened yet, they begin investigating — and their first stop is a certain firehouse in New York City in IDW's new crossover Conspiracy. Plus, new Elfquest, the end of The Unwritten, and the worst high school… » 1/21/14 1:40pm 1/21/14 1:40pm