Today marks a very special occasion: DC Comics’ publication of the 1000th issue of Action Comics, the monthly series that started it all for Superman, decades ago.
Rampage squeaked to number one but there was a surprise contender in the mix. Check out how our predictions compared to the final box office numbers.
One important element of a great comic book anthology is to fill it with a variety of stories created by some of the industry’s best talents.
The 160-page Aftershock SHOCK Anthology hardcover has got them.
MLB: The Show 18 is exactly what you’d expect from Sony San Diego: it’s beautiful, plays wonderfully and is graphically better than the previous year.
Today, the sequel to 300 drops. And although the title is a mouthful, it’s appropriately epic in scope: Xerxes: The Fall of the House of Darius and The Rise of Alexander #1.
I haven’t used my PlayStation VR headset much since I reviewed Supermassive Games’ ‘The Inpatient’ back in January, so it only seems fitting that my latest review would be the next installment from that same developer, the first-person VR shooter ‘Bravo Team.’
For the better part of a year, DC Comics have been publishing the six-issue mini-series, Dark Nights: Metal. Today, the series comes to a ridiculously epic conclusion.
‘Hope,’ the eagerly awaited hardcover sequel to the Shame Trilogy from writer Lovern Kindzierski and illustrator John Bolton, has finally arrived!
Cue up today’s release of the new comic book miniseries titled Ghostbusters: Crossing Over #1 – a series that stars ALL of the Ghostbuster characters EVER .
There’s always room in my comic book reading pile for new works from writer and illustrator, Jeff Lemire.
Labyrinth has been experienced in comic book form before – but never before has it been experienced like today’s release of Boom! Studios’ Jim Henson’s Labyrinth #1.
Setting aside my sense of consumerist nihilism for a moment, Infinity Countdown Prime #1, a one-shot prequel to a new miniseries out next month, does sound like a lot of fun!