PREVIEW: "Death of Wolverine" #2 Takes the Fight to Madripoor

Logan’s last stand continues in Charles Soule and Steve McNiven’s “Death of Wolverine” #2!

Frank Miller Can't Watch "The Dark Knight," or Any Other Batman Movie

The “Sin City: A Dame to Kill” For co-director explains why he’s not able to enjoy the Caped Crusader on film, even in the hands of Christopher Nolan.

'Delinquents' #1 Features Hobo Kings, Exploding Princesses, Maps Tattooed On Butts – Why Are Other Comics Even Trying This Week?

Ever since they were relaunched by Valiant Entertainment, Archer and Armstrong and Quantum and Woody have been two of my favorite books on the market, and it’s no stretch to say that it’s because they take a very similar approach to a classic superhero trope. They’re both the stories of mismatched pairs, buddy comedies that throw in strange conspiracies, bizarre mysteries and wanton destruction into a blender and end up with a smoothie made of highly enjoyable comics. So naturally, it was only a matter of time before they joined forces to form a mismatched pair of mismatched pairs, which is exactly what happens in this week’s first issue of The Delinquents.

And as you might expect, it gets pretty weird. Like, “mysterious treasure map made from the skin of a hobo’s ass” weird.

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Richardson, Creators & Editors Weigh In On "Dark Horse Presents" Relaunch

President Mike Richardson, editor Jim Gibbons and the creators involved in “Dark Horse Presents” #1 discuss what’s to come from the acclaimed anthology series.

SDCC: "Once Upon a Time" Teases "Frozen" Storyline, Regina's Dark Path

The cast and producers discussed the power struggles and tangled relationships in the upcoming fourth season of ABC’s fantasy drama.

CNN's Anderson Cooper to Appear in Edmondson & Noto's "Black Widow" #12

CNN’s Anderson Cooper will make his Marvel Universe debut in Nathan Edmondson and Phil Noto’s “Black Widow” #12 as he investigates Natasha Romanov.

The Arkham Sessions: The Psychology of The Joker & Harley, Electroshock, And Suicide Squadding

The Arkham Sessions is dedicated to the psychology of Batman, so it seems almost like an ethical duty to cover a movie about Arkham Asylum, Gotham City’s mental health facility for the “criminally insane.” In the newly released direct-to-video animated film Batman: Assault on Arkham, a highly-skilled group of assassins and outlaws are called together by Amanda Waller to take part in a risky — possibly life-threatening — mission to infiltrate Arkham Asylum.

Does it help or hurt that members have a history of incarceration, criminal activity, and psychiatric treatment related to lack of moral sense? Perhaps Waller is brilliant to devise a plan that can only succeed via the knowledge and insight of persons who have been through the system.

In this episode of The Arkham Sessions, we gently put aside the VHS and screen a contemporary work from DC Universe Animated. Use the player above to listen to our spoiler-free analysis of Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Captain Boomerang, King Shark, Black Spider, Killer Frost, KB Beast, and, of course the Joker.

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Cory Michael Smith Is All Answers About "Gotham's" Take On the Riddler

The up-and-coming young actor is quite serious about puzzling out a new take on the classic Bat-villain — just don’t expect the question mark covered unitard.

Comics A.M. – Egyptian Cartoonist Mostafa Hussein Passes Away

Controversial cartoonist was 79. For the first time, women win the Award for Courage in Editorial Cartooning! Oeming and Soma talk “Sinergy”! Plus more!

'Laika' Creator Nick Abadzis Returns With 'Pigs Might Fly', A Steampunk Adventure With Jerel Dye

Pigs and airships? No, it’s not a new Miyazaki movie — it’s Pigs Might Fly, a new graphic novel, written by Eisner Award-Winning Laika cartoonist Nick Abadzis, and drawn by cartoonist Jerel Dye, coming from First Second in 2016.

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