This week, Tony S. Daniel (Detective Comics) continues his take on the world's greatest mercenary, Slade Wilson, who's about to come face-to-face with not one, but two, big DC villains - Bronze Tiger and Harley Quinn! Hit the jump for a preview of Deathstroke #4.
Newsarama have unveiled a new Spider-Gwen #1 variant cover by fan-favourite artist Adam Hughes (Wonder Woman), featuring Gwen Stacy in her civilian guise. Check it out after the jump.
The Clown Prince of Crime is wreaking unimaginable havoc on Gotham City, and the few allies Batman has left aren't in the best of shape to help him stop the Joker's plan! Check out a preview of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's Batman #38 after the jump.
When she was introduced in the pages of Amazing Spider-Man, readers were unsure of how Silk would turn out - and now, she's heading into her own solo series on the back of the massive event Spider-Verse. Check out a preview of issue one after the jump.
Next week, writer Jason Aaron and artist Russell Dauterman showcase a smackdown of worthy and unworthy, as Odinson, the original Thor, goes head-to-head with the new Goddess of Thunder. Hit the jump to check out a preview of Thor #4.
Nearly two years on from meeting his untimely end, Damian Wayne has returned to the land of the living and once again stands beside Batman as Robin, the Boy Wonder! But things aren't exactly the same, thanks to the superpowers young Damian has gained...
With Avengers and New Avengers ending to move into Secret Wars (much like how Uncanny Avengers ended before AXIS), Marvel have very vaguely teased their plans for Earth's Mightiest Heroes in May 2015. Hit the jump to check it out.
With the Amazo Virus threatening to spread across the globe, things are looking bad for the Justice League; unfortunately, the situation is about to get worse with Batman in pretty rough shape. Check out a preview of Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok's Justice League #38.
Readers of Marvel's current Thor title are getting to know the new Goddess of Thunder, but one of the big questions still remains: who is she? Well, series writer Jason Aaron doesn't reveal that, but does suggest the unveiling of her identity is on the horizon...
Brian Michael Bendis and Mahmud Asrar's All-New X-Men is still rocketing along, with the original five X-Men stuck in the Ultimate Universe and under attack in Latveria. Don't fret, though, because Miles Morales and the Ultimate X-Men are here to help in this new preview.
Thought Marvel's Star Wars #1 had enough variant covers slated for release (over 60 are set to hit various comic book shelves)? Think again! Master artist Alex Ross has unveiled his take on Luke Skywalker from A New Hope, exclusive to his online store.
Terminator Genisys actor Jai Courtney will be suiting up as Captain Boomerang when production begins on Suicide Squad at some point this year, but today the film's director has shared a quick pic of Courtney training for the 2016 blockbuster. Check it out!
Get ready for another nostalgia-fuelled digital first series as DC heads back to the 70's, with all-new adventures starring Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman from the classic television show. Hit the jump to check out a preview of the first issue!
Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato continue their blockbuster run in Gotham as the Caped Crusader works hard to stop Anarky from plunging the city into chaos. Hit the jump to check out a stunning preview of Detective Comics #38.
It's hard to argue against Emma Stone being one of the best parts of the Amazing Spider-Man films, and though it's extremely unlikely we'll see her in another Spidey movie, one fan has created a great image of Emma as the fan-favourite 'Spider-Gwen'. Check it out.
DC's ongoing weekly series The New 52: Futures End takes place five years from now, with a variety of characters making significant appearances throughout its run. Well, there are whispers that a fan-favourite character is set to bite the dust. Warning, spoilers ahead...
In a new discussion with The Hollywood Reporter, the revered filmmaker has spoken at length about his life, influences and body of work. Hit the jump to read what he had to say about his early interest in rebooting Batman, ambition, origin stories, sequels and the sound of Interstellar.
Newsarama have given us our first look at three new variants from Phil Noto: Amazing Spider-Man featuring Gwen Stacy, the new Thor face-to-face with Lady Sif, and a black-and-white debriefing of Deathlok. Check them out after the jump!
After Original Sin revealed that Angela was the long-lost sister of Thor and Loki, she launched into her own action-packed solo series. In the upcoming second issue, she finds herself in Asgardia alongside her family, but they aren't all happy to see her...
The partnership of Hal Jordan and Oliver Queen is one of the strongest in comic book history, though the duo haven't spent any time together over the last few years. Well, that all changes when the two team-up in Green Arrow #38! Check out a preview.
This February, Marvel will release 20 variant covers by Phil Noto (Black Widow), putting a stylish spin on the publisher's myriad of superheroes. Check out newly revealed covers for Angela: Asgard's Assassin, Uncanny X-Men, Ant-Man and All-New Captain America.
Continuing on from yesterday, staypuffed looks ahead at the coming year to list his most anticipated movies and TV shows, plus a few other things. Check out the final part of his watchlist after the jump, featuring blind vigilantes, battleworlds and a certain awakening...
It was only a matter of time, but next month, it's a battle between old and new as Odinson (the Mjolnir-less, original Thor) takes on the all-new Goddess of Thunder. Hit the jump to check out a textless preview of Jason Aaron and Russell Dauterman's Thor #4!
With 2014 drawing to a close, it's time to look ahead at the next exciting twelve months in film and television. In the first of a two-part series, staypuffed details what he'll be checking out in 2015, featuring Avengers, Emerald Archers, and the most controversial CBM in years...
This March, writer Jeff Lemire (Green Arrow) and artist Dustin Nguyen (Lil Gotham) are launching an epic creator-owned odyssey about outlawed androids, bounty hunters and worlds against worlds. Check out a preview of Descender #1 after the jump.