DC Universe Infinite is launching in the UK on 28 April and readers can get a discount if they sign up within the first 30 days of launch!
A FREE two-day online convention is set to take place to celebrate 45 years of 2000 AD…
Peter Parker is dealing with the whole world knowing that he’s Spider-Man in the first teaser trailer for Spiderman: No Way Home…
We review Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s mind-bending multiverse graphic novel Dark Nights: Death Metal…
From Superman to Wonder Woman and even Darkseid, we run down some of the best comics featuring your favourite characters from Zack Snyder’s Justice League.
Back in 2013 we looked DC’s fan-favourite Justice League Animated Universe, which has endeared and endured through five series and countless spin-offs…
A group gets lost in a terrifying field in Netflix’s adaptation of Stephen King and Joe Hill’s In The Tall Grass
After 26 years, DC Comics’ Vertigo imprint is closing its doors
Win tickets to the premiere of documentary Chasing Einstein at the Stratford Picturehouse with our competition!
We pay tribute to Stan Lee (1922-2018), an icon and a legend
Check out this extremely dramatic trailer for Netflix’s first comic book, The Magic Order
Rise Of The Black Panther’s Evan Narcisse on T’Challa’s legacy and the Black Panther comics you need to read
We talk to Evan Narcisse about Black Panther, the key comics and writing T’Challa in the midst of his cultural moment
Rosemary Valero-O’Connell’s What Is Left is a short but stunning work of SF
Kyle Starks’ Kill Them All is a high-octane tribute to the joys of action movies
Richard Sala draws on everything from Gothic horror to Giallo in the deeply stylish The Bloody Cardinal
Mike Mignola and Warwick Johnson Cadwell go full Hammer Gothic for the delightful Mr Higgins Comes Home
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Hope Nicholson and Karen K Burrows on how the sexuality of superheroines has been ignored on screen
Emil Ferris’ beautiful genre-bending My Favorite Thing Is Monsters is a stunning debut
Kurt Busiek brings back Autmnlands with Woodland Creatures