Fan-favourite artist J. Scott Campbell often provides variants for Marvel's biggest releases, such as April's Amazing Spider-Man #1, and now you can check out part one of a series of connecting Star Wars covers.
Tony Stark's dangerous new Extremis app has done wonders for some, unlocking the full potential of users, but also has made some drastic changes to their lives. Case in point: Matt Murdock, who's pretty shaken in this preview of Superior Iron Man #3...
The full line-up of titles available from publishers on next year's Free Comic Book Day has now been unveiled, with the Big Two's free comics tying into their biggest 2015 events: Secret Wars, Avengers: Age of Ultron and, quite possibly, Convergence...
We've known that a follow-up to Geoff Johns and Gary Frank's bestselling Batman: Earth One is on its way for quite some time, but DC have officially revealed solicit info (with a teaser and release date) for the 160-page graphic novel in the March 2015 solicits.
Though Archie Comics have been mixing things up lately, the Riverdale gang are in for even more changes, with a brand new creative team of Waid (Daredevil) and Staples (Saga) just announced to come aboard in the new year. Hit the jump for more details and promo art.
The shocking Endgame storyline continues in the pages of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's flagship Bat-title, with the Joker back in town and putting on his deadliest show yet. Hit the jump to check out a preview of Batman #37.
After a polarising debut issue, Meredith and David Finch continue their take on Princess Diana, with Superman arriving on Themyscira as the Amazons face a great threat. Check out a preview of Wonder Woman #37 after the jump.
This January, Marvel are reverting Fantastic Four back to its original numbering and marching them to their end. Check out a preview of James Robinson and Leonard Kirk's #642, the first chapter of The End is FOURever!
Are you curious as to what went on in Gotham after it's most dangerous villain bit the dust at the end of Batman: Arkham City? Well, DC have revealed their plans for Peter Tomasi (Batman and Robin) to pen an ongoing comic title bridging the gap between City and Knight.
The time-displaced original X-Men (and X-23) are also now space-displaced, with the team stuck in the Ultimate Universe. Hit the jump to check out a preview of next week's All-New X-Men #34, with Jean and Miles Morales coming face-to-face with the Ultimate X-Men.
The final page of last month's All-New Captain America #1 found Sam Wilson (the new Cap) and Ian Rogers (the new Nomad) face-to-face with a collection of HYDRA's deadliest members. Check out a new preview of issue two, featuring the duo against Zemo and Crossbones!
DC's Convergence is set to bring back a massive array of worlds, stories and continuities from the publisher's past, with the new solicit for April's Convergence #0 declaring that "every story matters." Hit the jump to check it out, including Ethan Van Sciver's explosive cover.
Kris Anka (Uncanny X-Men) has created a fantastic new cover for Jason Latour and Robbi Rodriguez's Spider-Gwen #1, which is a continuation of Gwen Stacy's highly popular tale in Edge of Spider-Verse. Check out the cover, plus some comments from Latour, after the jump.
The first issue of Angela's solo series dropped earlier this week, and CBR has a (fairly low-res) look at the next issue, featuring scenes in Asgard with Loki, Thor and Odin. Check out a small preview of Angela: Asgard's Assassin #2 after the jump.
It's a whole lotta Hulk madness as the super-smart and super-smashy
Hulk Doc Green engages in a blistering battle with Thunderbolt Ross, known as Red Hulk. Hit the jump to check out a textless preview of Gerry Duggan and Mark Bagley's upcoming issue.
It's unlikely a single comic book will surpass the staggering figures of 1991's X-Men #1 any time soon (it shipped 8.1 million units), but a new report says that over a million copies of Star Wars #1 will be sold this January. Check out more details after the jump.
Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato (The Flash) return to Gotham with this week's Detective Comics #37, and while the Mad Hatter's up to no good in this stunning preview, Anarky's working to cause chaos in the city streets as well. Check it out after the jump!
Acclaimed artist Daniel Acuña (Uncanny Avengers) has recreated the scene with Groot lighting up spores in the 2014 Guardians of the Galaxy film, serving as a great variant cover for an upcoming issue of Star-Lord's solo series. Check it out after the jump!
Satisfied with the amount of content in LEGO Batman 3? Well, there's even more on the way. On top of Dark Knight, Man of Steel and Arrow DLC packs (as part of the Season Pass), a Bizarro World group of characters, plus a free Heroines and Villainesses Pack, are coming in 2015.
After Original Sin revealed that Angela was actually the sister of Thor, she's been getting a lot more of the spotlight; next week, she launches into her own ongoing series! Check out a preview of Kieron Gillen, Phil Jimenez and Stephanie Hans' Angela: Asgard's Assassin #1.
Tony S. Daniel (Detective Comics, Superman/Wonder Woman) kicked off his Slade Wilson series last month, with the next issue hitting shelves tomorrow. Hit the jump to check out a preview of Deathstroke #2, featuring Slade fighting through an army of enemies.
Marvel's 2015 Secret Wars event is set to feature a big Battleworld, like the original series, that sees characters from alternate realities go head-to-head. The world was previously revealed in a brief video, and now a high-res image listing most of the locations has been released.
With Act Two of Rick Remender's current Marvel event AXIS complete, our first look at the series' final issue has been released. Though there's still issues seven and eight to come, check out an action-packed textless preview of Avengers & X-Men: AXIS #9 after the jump.
A trailer for next month's The Game Awards could potentially be hinting at a reveal of something new from Batman: Arkham Knight... or there might be too much reading into it. Either way, hit the jump to check out the 30-second clip and speculate away!
Though Hal Jordan departed from DC's flagship title over two years ago, a new interview with writer Geoff Johns (Forever Evil) heavily implies that the fan-favourite Green Lantern will rejoin the roster in an upcoming issue. Check out what he had to say after the jump.