Rumors claim Batman writer Tom King's 100-issue story has been cut short before a massive finale - but the full truth has yet to come out.
When Thor's mother tries to sacrifice herself in Marvel Comics, Odin rushes to her rescue - in his own suit of Asgardian Iron Man armor.
It's all hands on deck for the Avengers during Marvel's War of the Realms, but Namor isn't interested (so it isn't just the MCU after all).
The classic X-Men villain Mister Sinister is back for revenge, revealing a new power to become their BIGGEST nemesis, not just the best.
The Spawn comic is making history with its 300th issue, and creator Todd McFarlane's getting help in celebrating - including Spider-Man?
With Captain America and Iron Man stepping side, Marvel's brand new War Avengers may be just the fan-favorite team-up the MCU needs.
The time traveling mutant Cable gets re-imagined in DC's Universe, saving the future - not for Marvel's X-Men, but Batman's new Outsiders.
After the death of Loki, his mother Queen Freyja has assembled the biggest team of Avengers ever - to get revenge on the Frost Giants.
Fans who thought they knew The Flash are in for a surprise, now that Barry Allen's YEAR ONE origin story has started - with a major twist.
The Punisher gets bloody in Marvel's War of the Realms, leading innocents to freedom as trolls invade New York City. Read our preview now!
The Justice League of America's happy to defend the country's Canadian neighbors, too - but not Marvel's version of the USA superteam.
After being killed off, Thanos is back in Marvel Comics - but not in his own body. And you'll never guess who he chose for his new vessel.
Marvel's new Guardians of the Galaxy team just teamed up with the most beloved Inhuman companion - can Lockjaw join the team for good?
The new age of X-Men comics is starting with superstar writer Jonathan Hickman, to finally rival the Avengers as Marvel's top title.
The New Gods are coming to the DCEU, but there's no hero better to lead the movie than Mister Miracle - and his latest comic shows why.
Avengers: Endgame teased an all-women superhero team - but Captain Marvel just led one to save the island of Manhattan in Marvel Comics.
Captain Marvel re-imagined Skrulls as peaceful refugees instead of their original villains - and now the comics are doing the same.