Originally serialized beginning in 1972, "The Drifting Classroom" portrays the horrors that unfold after an elementary school is transported to an endless wasteland, unleashing factional violence, suicide and monsters upon children doing their best to survive.
Batman was created 80 years ago by Bob Kane and Bill Finger. Comic book stores around the world will celebrate the Caped Crusader with special events and free comic books.
The new comic by writer Ales Kot and artist Robert Sammelin is part of the upcoming slate from new publisher Artists Writers & Artisans.
There's unique art for everybody at the returning Five Points Festival
Actor Aiden Gallagher said the show was "Must. See. TV."
"We're still keeping the same vision of the show. We still have really diverse comics on, great conversations with different celebs."
Wolf's performance will be remembered as more consequential than Stephen Colbert's similarly iconoclastic act at the 2006 press correspondent's dinner where he excoriated President George W. Bush to his face.
Superman—the first, most famous American superhero—turns 80 this year.
Axel Alonso is out at Marvel, and the comics giant has replaced him with C.B. Cebulski, editor on 'The Runaways' and global-minded creative.
Robert Kirkman also revealed the death of a major character.
Distribution remains one of the biggest challenges for African-American artists.
David Edelstein's Vulture review (and his defense of it) highlights the pushback against how some male film critics talk about female characters.
We've been long overdue for a multi-dimensional black superhero.
The director talks comic book Django sequels, "The Hateful Eight" and sci-fi plans at Comic-Con this past weekend