The all-star talent assembling for Wonder Woman #750 has been revealed by DC, along with century-spanning variants coming January 2020.
With Star Wars director J.J. Abrams co-writing his version of Spider-Man for Marvel Comics, he couldn't resist the perfect Rebel cameo.
The Batman Who Laughs is turning DC's greatest heroes evil - and the Justice League's heaviest ancient hitter just turned to the darkness.
DC's TITANS introduced a superdog named Krypto along with its Superboy. But who is this Mutt of Steel? Another Cadmus creation? Or an alien?
A brand new Deathstroke has been reborn in DC's Universe, and he's given himself a Star Wars makeover - with Darth Vader/Stormtrooper armor.
Lex Luthor started with a full head of hair, but an artist's accident made him bald - which eventually became a core part of the character.
The Watchmen comic and TV show build on the history started by The Minutemen, and their Hooded Justice. Here's everything fans need to know!
Learn more about the origins of the Star Wars Empire in the new book, LAIR: Radical Homes & Hideouts of Movie Villains, coming November 5th.
DC's Titans series has introduced a boy named Conner, cloned from Lex Luthor and Superman's DNA. Who is this mysterious new Superboy?
Forget Riverdale, this Halloween horror comes for JOSIE AND THE PUSSYCATS IN SPACE, a sci-fi mystery from Archie Comics and comiXology.
With Star-Lord held prisoner by his father, the Guardians of the Galaxy have nowhere to turn - except to their greatest enemy. SPOILERS!
The X-Men comic relaunch left fans wondering how Xavier could bring back dead mutants, too - and Marvel actually delivers the perfect answer.
Captain Marvel used to be the world's most hated hero when her Kree heritage was exposed. But the script has flipped: she's back on top!
Tales From The Dark Multiverse: KNIGHTFALL writers Scott Snyder and Kyle Higgins explain their grim vision of Gotham... if Batman had lost.
Adaptations of Star Wars novels are making the leap to manga when Star Wars: The Legends of Luke Skywalker: The Manga arrives in early 2020!
Marvel's X-Men comics are done hinting at the Wolverine/Jean Grey/Cyclops love triangle - now they're making the arrangement obvious.
The Infinity Stones have been lost in Marvel Comics, but the Reality Stone's master was just revealed - and you'll never guess who has it!
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige's promotion to Chief Creative Officer of Marvel makes sense for film and TV - but what about Comics?