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Which iconic comic stories are making a comeback? What is happening in the Marvel and DC universe? Check out the latest news about various comics here!

Little-known sci-fi fact: Sulu was black, and Uhura white, in some 1970s Star Trek comics

There’s been a lot of debate surrounding the decision to make Sulu gay in the latest Star Trek film, but it’s not the first time a character has undergone some interesting changes.

Syfy's The Magicians producer set to bring Image Comics' Black Magick to TV

The producer of Syfy’s The Magicians, Michael London, has nabbed the rights for the Black Magick Image Comics series from Greg Rucka and Nicola Scott.

1990's animated Batman teaming up with TMNT for comic crossover we never knew we wanted

It might be too wacky for TV or the big screen, but comics have proven the perfect medium for crossovers that probably wouldn’t work anywhere else. The latest DC and Nickelodeon team-up aims to tell a story we never knew we really, really wanted.

37-year-old Judge Dredd comic is finally getting an uncensored release

It’s been 37 years since anyone had a chance to read Judge Dredd’s The Cursed Earth in its uncensored form, but now the classic 2000 AD arc is finally getting an uncensored release.

Check out 2 new Star Wars books translated into animated comics

There’s an absolute onslaught of Star Wars stuff hitting shelves as we barrel toward the final countdown for The Force Awakens — and now we have two animated comics to help fill in a few gaps.

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers coming back to life as new comic series

One of the greatest action franchises (for young adults of a certain age, of course) is coming back to life as a new BOOM! Studios comic. We’ll give you a hint: It’s morphin’ time!

Read This Next: The Sixth Gun, Harrow County and Genre Mashups

If you like Sixth Gun by Cullen Bunn, check out Bunn's Harrow County and read up as he walks us through the comic's inspirations.

Dynamite announces a new James Bond comic written by Warren Ellis

A new James Bond comic is exciting all by itself, but now Dynamite's added a superstar writer to the mix.

Shia LaBeouf just self-published the world's crappiest comic. Really.

We've all heard the stories—or worse, read the books—about the hot young actor who "loves" comics and gets involved with a publisher to make some generic book in the hopes of selling it to Hollywood as a starring vehicle. And then there's Transformers' Shia LaBeouf, who showed off his new comics at the C2E2 convention. Whoo boy.

Epic supercut swarms with every superhero movie in existence!

Buckle your seatbelt for a blistering ride through six decades of Hollywood's rocky love affair with caped crimefighters. Stitched into this monumental montage of tight spandex, spewing flame and dodged bullets are the heroes that make our pulse pound...and some other guys, too.

See 1st trailer for Kevin Smith's indie superhero comedy flick

Kevin Smith is putting his money where his mouth is by rallying support to distribute an all-new indie take on the super-hero genre, Alter Egos. And we've got the first trailer in all its weird, funky, super-powered glory.