What kid hasn't imagined finding a secret door that leads to an adventure-filled multiverse? In Vault Comics' Maxwell's Demons, the titular hero is smart enough to actually build the tools to really go on those adventures. But the cosmos is a big place, filled with joy and horror in equal measure — as poor Max finds out.
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At Star Wars Celebration this year, IDW announced Star Wars Adventures, a new all-ages take on the galaxy far, far away, distinct from Marvel's Star Wars comic book offerings. That distinction is continuing with a new, stylised take on The Force Awakens, and we have a new look inside.
Dragon Ball FighterZ, the gorgeous DBZ fighting game from Guilty Gear developer Arc System Works, won't be out until early 2018, but Ian Walker and I got to play a demo at an event in San Francisco last week. After (virtually) beating the snot out of each other, we talked about it.
Late last year, Archie Comics announced a series of one-off one-shot books that had the potential to become an ongoing series at the company — including an all-new Archie Horror tale that turned Jughead Jones into a ravenous werewolf. Now, we can exclusively reveal that Jughead: The Hunger will return this Halloween!
Injustice 2 brought a lot of cool DC fan service to video games last month, but one of its best additions was making Supergirl part of the story. Although game fans have already seen what happens after Kara's arrival in Injustice, the ongoing digital comic series is delving into the moment she first lands on Earth, and we have a first look.
Victor LaValle's Destroyer tells a very different continuation of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein: the story of a mother resurrecting her son, taken from her in a tragic police shooting. It's a story that blends modern political discourse around institutional racism with classic horror, and a human tale of grief and loss, and we spoke to its writer to learn more.
In an age where more and more young kids are reading comics — especially young girls — there isn't really much material out there that caters to children who are between kids comics and teen books. Papercutz wants to change that with its new imprint aimed at tween girls, and we have an exclusive look at one of its new books.
More Saga in any form is a good thing in our books, and the upcoming second volume of Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples' seminal comic series, due out next week, is no exception. To celebrate, we have an exclusive look at some of the beautiful art created for the new collection, by some of the best artists in comics.
You might know Eric Heisserer as the screenwriter behind Arrival, but his next big project is in a different vein: Secret Weapons, a new superhero miniseries for Valiant Comics. We spoke to the writer to see what it's like writing for the screen and writing for comics, and what's in store for the Valiant universe.
The next addition to the realms of Magic: The Gathering is taking players to the desert oasis of Amonkhet, a magical land that's essentially Magic's own take on the mysticism of Ancient Egypt. Ahead of the 74th expansion's arrival in stores later this month, we are proud to debut a few of the new cards and the art behind this new plane of mystery.
It's hard to imagine these days with their second movie on the way and Peter Quill's abs liberally splayed across comic pages, but there was a time not long ago when the Guardians of the Galaxy were just a no-name, has-been Marvel team.
Kate Bishop's new life in LA as a private investigator is about to get a bit of a mix up — because Hawkeye's next arc is bringing in the big guns in the form of Jessica Jones herself. Eager to learn more, we sat down with series writer Kelly Thompson to see how Jessica and Kate will fare together on a wild new case.
Later this week, Ghostbusters 101 is setting up a pan-universal crossover between the original Ghostbusters team and the crew from the 2016 movie — but before that, we got to see what Patty, Holtzmann, Erin and Abby have been up to since the events of their film. Here's our exclusive preview of issue one.
On a long drive through the wastelands in the Nomad, my passengers briefly discuss dissecting me for the sake of scientific curiosity. We get shot at. We collect the data file needed for a mission and return to the Tempest for analysis.
One of my companions pulls me aside to discuss a disagreement we had had on a previous mission. I leave him angrily tweaking a piece of equipment and then suddenly find myself flirting with one of my other companions on this crazy mission through uncharted space.
Yep. This is definitely a Mass Effect game.
Margaret Atwood, Johnnie Christmas and Tamra Bonvillain's Angel Catbird was one of the most delightful comics of last year, introducing us to the wild, weird world of superpowered cat-bird-people and beyond. The second volume in the series hit shelves this week, and to celebrate, we have a delightful preview.