A first look at the new issue if Ultimate Spider-Man reveals an homage to the classic series that could have huge implications.
We've all got our own ideas about which heroes are most vital to the Marvel universe, and now we get to see Stan Lee's.
Well, we probably all assumed this was happening, but we didn't really expect comic book panel confirmation.
Mark Millar's real-world superhero tale Kick-Ass is a modern work of bloody, dirty art. It's a great comic, and made for an equally great film.
When it comes to superhero showdowns, the more the merrier—so here's the first full look at a crazy crimefighter indie feature with trampoline cage fighting and a flame-throwing Uncle Sam. Heat it up!
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The insatiable appetite for zombies seems to have no rational end. And even before the brunt of brain-eaters seen in Kirkman's Walking Dead and vid-games like Dead Island hit the hungry masses, zombies prowled the comic book shelves. For the 25th installment of our 31 Days of Halloween posts, here's a splattery platter of cool covers from the past 50 years to nibble on.
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.
Hungry for some satisfying Thor news? Here's Disney's latest proclamation of just where the God of Thunder's hammer strikes in the upcoming 2013 sequel.
Carlton Cuse hasn't slowed down at all since Lost went off the air in 2010. He went from running that show to running A&E's new Psycho prequel Bates Motel, he's helping Guillermo del Toro bring The Strain to TV, and now he's bringing a supernatural Western comic featuring mystical firearms and dark forces to NBC.