Marvel Comics relaunches West Coast Avengers, uniting the two Hawkeyes, Gwenpool, and more young heroes to a new, LA-based super-team.
In his first Quicksilver: No Surrender comic, the Marvel speedster decides to play a prank on his mutant father, Magneto, frozen in time.
Marvel's Old Man Hawkeye sends Clint Barton up against an entire family of cloned Venom symbiotes. Check out our preview of Issue #5.
DC relaunches its New Challengers of the Unknown, creating a new mythology that spans science, the universe, and even death itself.
Storm is transformed into a soldier for the anti-Mutant movement by a horrifying new form of Sentinel, in the latest issue of X-Men: Red.
DC's miniseries Justice League: No Justice reveals the new Brainiac of their comic universe, returning a surprising figure to Rebirth.
Are Harley Quinn's old and new identities actual multiple personalities? A new comic from co-creator Paul Dini may reveal exactly that.
DC's comic event 'No Justice' lives up to its name, leaving Green Arrow as Earth's last superhero when the Justice League is ambushed.
Deadpool gets a brand new superpower in the world of Marvel Comics - and its probably too disgusting for even R-Rated movie fans to handle.
Marvel's new comic event shows what happens when a street-level thug wields an Infinity Stone - and how much Daredevil DOESN'T know.
Star Wars: Episode 9 will have to tackle the absence of Leia Organa, but the end of her movie story may be set up in Poe Dameron's comic.
When Booster Gold returns to the night Batman's parents died, he learns the REAL reason The Waynes were walking through Crime Alley at all.
The life of comic book industry icon Stan Lee continues to be a complicated one, as he's now filed a $1 billion lawsuit against POW! Entertainment.
A new graphic novel finally puts Superman's comic co-creator in the spotlight, in 'The Joe Shuster Story, The Artist Behind Superman.'
Deadpool may make jokes at DC's expense, but not even Marvel is safe from Wade Wilson's insults. Here are the best examples from the comics.
The Infinity Stones are the most important part of Marvel's movie universe, but who made them, and why? We explain their surprising origin.
Marvel's 'You Are Deadpool' comic drops Wade Wilson into tabletop game dice-rolls and branching storylines. Here's our preview of Issue #3.
The prelude to the Flash War comic event reveals the new origins of Hunter Zolomon, and how this Reverse Flash survived into DC's Rebirth.
The Marvel Comics version of Jessica Jones and Luke Cage aren't just married, but apparently polyamorous - or possibly bisexual?
Detective Comics #980 includes a bombshell revelation that suggests the post-Crisis, pre-Flashpoint DC Universe still exists - but where?