This week, two of the biggest superhero teams in the world are meeting for the very first time. DC's Justice League and the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers are going into battle in a new DC/Boom Studios collaborative series — and we sat down with writer/artist team Tom Taylor and Stephen Byrne to find out more.
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Peter Milligan, Juan Jose Ryp, and Jordie Bellaire's Britannia was a delightful surprise last year — and in a year of brilliant comics, its unique take on the world of Ancient Rome still conquered our hearts as one of 2016's bests. So we're as excited as anybody that we can announce that Britannia will return for a second run this year, and io9 has the first details.
The Marvel Universe has a brand new Wasp — and now she's stepping out into the spotlight of her own ongoing series. Nadia Pym is the Unstoppable Wasp, and we sat down with series writer Jeremy Whitley to discuss what she'll be up to, her scientific legacy and bringing a new female hero to Marvel Comics.
There are big changes coming to IDW's Hasbro comics line, thanks to the merging of all these disparate properties — Rom, M.A.S.K., Transformers, and more — into one singular universe. But what role do the Joes have in a world of giant robots and space knights? That's what we'll learn in the all-new G.I. Joe comic, and we've got a first look.
The first crossover between DC's Green Lantern Corps and the alternative timeline crew of the USS Enterprise ended in victory — but at great cost, with the Lanterns unable to return to the DC Multiverse. The crossover's sequel, which begins next week, picks up right where the first crossover left off: with the Green Lanterns finding themselves slowly losing their powers.
Need something to do if you're an ardent Kingdom Hearts fan that's still waiting for Kingdom Hearts III? Well, we've got something for you that might help ease the arduous wait just a little bit. Manga publisher Yen Press is coming to Comixlogy, and to celebrate, we have the first chapter of their Kingdom Hearts ongoing series right here.
Imagine if you went back to an episode of the beloved DC animated series Justice League or Justice League Unlimited, but you fast-forwarded through every moment that wasn't a fight scene — every plot point, every moment of character development, everything that wasn't someone punching something. What you'd be left with is Justice League Action.
Hajime Isayama's blockbuster manga about a world beset by giant, naked, human-eating monstrosities is a hit not just in its native Japan, but around the world. Now Western creators are giving Attack on Titan its due with a new anthology from Kodansha — and you can read one of its best tales right here.
Getting the powers of every fairytale princess ever sounds like it'd be great, right? Perfect pitch, detecting peas under untold layers of bedding. But how do you use those powers to help save your missing brother? That's the question at the heart of Mega Princess — the new creator-owned fantasy comic from Boom Studios.
Next month, Batman is going to assemble a special team to penetrate the stronghold of one of his most fearsome enemies — a team with total deniability, who'll do things the Justice League can't — or won't. Sound familiar? We don't know who's on the Bat-Suicide-Squad yet, but let's take some guesses.
Most of the planes of existence in Magic's lore are based on the use of magic — it's a card game about players flinging spells at each other, after all. But the plane of Kaladesh is different, because what would be accomplished by magic elsewhere is done with technology. Now we have a sneak peek at some of the cards players will find when they head there later this month.
If you've been on the internet before you've probably seen the gorgeous poster work of British artist Jock. Or maybe you've seen it in comic series like The Losers, Wytches, or his work on Batman and Judge Dredd. Now the artist is releasing a whole book filled with his amazing work, and we've got a sneak peek.
The monsters your Dungeons & Dragons group face are getting a little bigger with Storm King's Thunder, a new adventure being released next week — and we've got an exclusive look inside at all the new locations, rules and monsters you'll find. I hope your bag of holding is large enough to pilfer the plus-sized loot a Frost Giant might drop.
What if, at the height of the Cold War, Russia revealed that it had the ultimate weapon in its conflict against the Western world: Superpowered teenagers? That's the premise of Black Mask Studio's new comic The Sceptics — but as we've learned from writer Tini Howard, there's a lot more going on that just Russian superteens.
We love Afterlife with Archie's horror-laden take on Riverdale, so we can't wait to see what Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, Francesco Francavilla, and Jack Morelli when they get their hands on an Archie Comics stalwart like Josie and the Pussycats. As this new preview shows, they're doing some very sinister things.
Beloved author Margaret Atwood is turning her talents to comics next month, alongside artists Johnnie Christmas and Tamra Bonvillain, for the wonderful-sounding Angel Catbird. To celebrate, we've got an exclusive look at some of the "pin-up" pieces included in the graphic novel of other artists' take on this strange new hero.