Writer Mark Russell and artist Dave Wachter have put together a fun story of vampire politics and intrigue.
With Fantastic Four #1, writer Ryan North and artist Iban Coello deliver an easy and accessible jumping on point for readers old and new.
If you’re looking for a Marvel-ous way to get primed for All Hallow’s Eve, Crypt of Shadows will scratch your horror itch.
Comics like Wakanda #1 and Namor The Sub-Mariner: Conquered Shores #1 are no doubt timed to coincide with a big event film, but that doesn’t lessen their value at all.
With X-Terminators #1, Leah Williams and Carlos Gomez deliver a campy first issue that anyone who’s gone through a bad breakup can immediately relate to.
Written by Ethan Sacks and illustrated by Luigi Zagaria, Midnight Suns #1 is a strange comic book.
Alien #1 continues to build the stellar comic canon universe that Phillip Kennedy Johnson has been crafting, while All-Out Avengers #1 delivers non-stop action.
We’re living in a world today where we see conspiracies on every corner, and that feeling permeates the pages of the timeless Secret Invasion by Brian Michael Bendis.
The Book of Doom is a fantastic way to experience what has made Doctor Doom such a pivotal character in all of comics.
Ed Brisson and Kev Walker have created an easily accessible entry point into the Predator franchise.
X-Men Red and Immortal X-Men forward the A.X.E. Judgment Day event, while Amazing Spider-Man #900 celebrates 60 years of Spidey.
Writer Paul Cornell and artist Mike Hawthorne do a solid job introducing the Wild Cards universe to newcomers in Wild Cards: The Drawing of Cards.