Tomorrow sees the launch of a brand new Bat-title, though this one's sure to be quite different from the rest -- it will focus on the inmates of Arkham Asylum making the move to a familiar location! Check out a preview of Gerry Duggan and Shawn Crystal's Arkham Manor #1.
Though the Matrix and 47 Ronin actor previously played a certain Hellblazer, Keanu Reeves has discussed taking on another superhero role in a cinematic property, citing Wolverine and 'The Dark Knight' as the two dream characters. Hit the jump for more.
The All-New Marvel NOW! incarnations of the Fantastic Four introduced new red and black costumes, but a new preview of an upcoming issues sees the team return to an updated version of the classic blue design! It's all part of the rebuilding phase after the downfall of the FF...
The Spider-Man-related titles have been building up to a big event for the past few months now, and though Spider-Verse doesn't kick off until next month, a preview of Marvel's January 2015 solicits give us a new look at the event. Hit the jump to check it out!
With around 40 films in the pipeline, the Golden Age Of Comic Book Movies is truly upon us. This fantastic timeline clearly establishes the superhero calendar from now until 2020, with Justice League, Guardians of the Galaxy 2, Wonder Woman and more. Hit the jump to check it out.
Hit the jump to check out a new shot from Rocksteady's heavily anticipated Batman: Arkham Knight, which sees the Caped Crusader swoop on a gang of enemies, with the armoured Batmobile close by.
An amazing roster of artists, including Bruce Timm, Ivan Reis, Tony S. Daniel, Jock, Terry Dodson and Jim Lee, will create variant covers for January's Flash month, in celebration of 75 years of the character. Check them out after the jump!
Remember that 'No More Mutants' teaser from New York Comic Con? Turns out that's promoting Uncanny Avengers #1, set to be relaunched in 2015 in the wake of Avengers & X-Men: AXIS, with Rick Remender and Daniel Acuna returning. Hit the jump for the solicit and covers!
The next issue of Dan Slott, Giuseppe Camuncoli and Humberto Ramos' Amazing Spider-Man features a Spidey double-header, with the MC2 Spider-Girl under attack from Morlun, plus the continuation of Peter Parker and Ms. Marvel's 616 team-up! Read a preview after the jump.
Next month, Tony Stark takes on a deadly new project in the sunny streets of San Francisco, with writer Tom Taylor (Earth 2) and artist Yildary Cinar (Supergirl) turning him into the Superior Iron Man! Check out a textless preview of the first issue after the jump.
Interstellar has graced the cover of another major movie magazine, this week being Entertainment Weekly. Hit the jump to check out the cover, featuring stars Matthew McConaughey, Jessica Chastain and Anne Hathaway, plus some new info from Christopher Nolan himself.
The versatile actor/comedian/musician/magician (seriously) Neil Patrick Harris (The Smurfs, How I Met Your Mother) will host next year's Oscars, airing in February. Hit the jump for details!
The award-winning Daredevil has created a new variant for Jason Aaron and Russell Dauterman's all-new Thor #2, featuring the unworthy Odison and our brand new Goddess of Thunder. Check it out after the jump.
The first issue of Rick Remender's Avengers & X-Men: AXIS landed on shelves last week, and the next issue drops tomorrow. Hit the jump to check out a big preview of AXIS #2, which sees a frantic battle with Iron Man, Captain America, Storm and more caught in the crossfire.
Alan Taylor's (Thor: The Dark World, Game of Thrones) upcoming Terminator instalment has been vague in statements of continuity, but actor Jai Courtney has explained that rather than a flat-out sequel or flat-out reboot, things will be loose thanks to time travel shenanigans...
The Amazo Virus kicks off with a bang, and though Batman and Luthor may be on tense terms, Bruce Wayne and Lex will have to be a little better. Hit the jump to read a preview of Geoff Johns, Ivan Reis and Doug Mahnke's Justice League #35.
Have you somehow forgotten about Rocksteady's upcoming Batman: Arkham Knight due to its delay until next year? Well, staypuffed's here to remind you about the most exciting aspects of the game, including returning characters, the Batmobile and current-gen tech!
The Wolverine and the X-Men writer sat down with Newsarama to discuss the exciting unveiling of an ongoing series starring Spider-Gwen, teasing character development, musical inspirations, the effect of Spider-Verse, and future storylines.
Marvel has unveiled another month of themed variants, with Phil Noto (Uncanny X-Force, Black Widow) set to release 20 candid-based covers in February. Check out the four released so far, with his take on Rocket Raccoon, Black Widow and Hawkeye, Medusa and Jean Grey.
DC appear to be putting more of the spotlight on the iconic Amazonian Princess, unveiling plans to launch a digital-first series based on the 1970s Wonder Woman TV show starring actress Lynda Carter. Hit the jump for more, including the first promo art.
Though it was apparently confirmed at NYCC few days ago, it's been officially confirmed that Gwen Stacy will star in her own solo series as Spider-Woman, with the acclaimed creative team of Edge of Spider-Verse returning. Check out the first details and cover art after the jump!
DC Comics has unveiled new interior art from some upcoming Bat-titles: Arkham Manor #1, Batman and Robin #35, Detective Comics #37 and Gotham By Midnight #1. Check out the low-res previews after the jump.
Earlier this year Brian Michael Bendis' Guardians of the Galaxy and All-New X-Men collided for The Trial of Jean Grey crossover, and in 2015 a multitude of Guardians and X-related titles will take part in The Black Vortex. Hit the jump for more details.
Warner Bros. and DC's next animated feature adapts the acclaimed New 52 storyline Throne of Atlantis, and at the NYCC panel the cast and crew discussed this new animated continuity, returning voice actors, character designs, future projects and the film's initial R-rating...
People are loving the idea of Gwen Stacy as Spider-Woman, a take that debuted in the pages of Edge of Spider-Verse, and based on her immense popularity, Marvel has confirmed that she will launch into her own comic book title at some point in the near future.