Robert Kirkman’s next television project is sticking pretty close to the designs from the Invincible comic he co-created.
The Stranger Things of comics is heading to Amazon.
Robert Kirkman announced two new additions to the Invincible cast, and revealed the roles of several other performers
Jeff Lemire and Dustin Nguyen’s hit sci-fi graphic novel and its sequel are about to get the TV treatment.
Immortal Hulk, Daredevil, and Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass are among the series that will compete for the comic industry’s major awards.
It’s time to explore the scarier side of comics, but there are also a number of classics that got the slasher treatment in this week’s Amazon offerings.
After 27 years, Todd McFarlane’s Spawn is set to finally surpass Dave Sim’s Cerebus as the longest running independent comic.
What do a Martian weatherman, a murderous funny man and the end of the world have in common? They’re all getting that Amazon discount bounce.
Action Comics #1000 deluxe edition, Superman, Pearl, The Dark Crystal, and more are among this week’s best Amazon deals.
Scott Snyder and Charles Soule will executive produce and co-write the screenplay for New Republic’s adaptation of their upcoming comic.
Spawn’s creator explains the one condition he had for letting NetherRealm include Spawn in Mortal Kombat 11’s DLC fighter pack.
There really was no other way The Walking Dead could have closed its doors.
Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang’s Paper Girls comic is heading to live-action with one of the co-writers of Toy Story 4 on board.
The Walking Dead is ending, a holiday celebration is beginning, and we’ve got the best Amazon deals to help make the best of both.
Robert Kirkman is bringing his zombie epic, The Walking Dead, to a conclusion with the release of one final issue on Wednesday.
Transferring Carl Grimes characteristics onto multiple characters robs the Whisperers’ storyline of many of its most emotionally resonant moments.
Kyle Higgins will write and direct a film adaptation of his Hadrian’s Wall comic book series, which he co-created with Alec Siegel and Rod Reis in 2016.
Image Comics’ hit series about an African-American family of monster hunters during New York’s Jazz Age is being developed as a movie.
Enter the world of teenage assassins in a new glimpse of Syfy’s stylish adaptation of the comic book series by Rick Remender and Wes Craig.
Image Comics’ hit fantasy series will be getting the film treatment courtesy of Legendary Entertainment, with Donny Cates adapting his own comic.
Get ready for a violent ’80s throwback, as Nancy Reagan’s “Just Say No” is played against clips from Syfy’s Deadly Class.