Fantagraphics offer up another compendium of EC Comics sci-fi shorts, but do they hold up?
Is the Mass Effect: Foundation comic-book too ambitious for its own good?
Does The Last Of Us’ prequel comic have anything to offer fans of the videogame?
London Super Comic Con guest Andy Lanning on James Gunn, Rocket Raccoon and the Nova film
Free sample issue of Uncanny Comics available for download now from SciFiNow
First 2 covers revealed for Titan Comics’ new Doctor Who series, coming July 2014
Firefly fans will get a kick out of David Hine and Doug Braithwaite’s SF comic Storm Dogs
Gene Luen Yang on the rebirth of the first Chinese-American superhero in The Shadow Hero
Band Of Brothers meets Jurassic Park in Stuart Jennett’s crazy new Chronos Commandos
Can Brian Michael Bendis see Guardians Of The Galaxy through the dread event fatigue?
Does legendary bande dessinee Snowpiercer live up to the hype?
Can B-movie inspired British sci-fi comic It Came! possibly be as much fun as it looks?
WWII graphic novel Breath Of Bones might be the Criminal Macabre writer’s best work yet
Wonder Women! The Untold Story Of American Superheroines comes to London
London Super Comic Con organiser George explains what goes on under the hood
London Super Comic Con guest Mike Grell talks controversy, creator rights and Green Arrow
Despite art stumbles, Battle Of The Atom is a fun piece of 50th anniversary X-Men fan-service
Ms Marvel writer says Kamala Khan won’t have “classic girlie powers”
Dan Slott’s Superior Spider-Man is audacious, but Peter Parker fans are still going to hate it
Babylon 5’s J Michael Straczynski takes on The Twilight Zone for Dynamite Entertainment
Dark Horse lose Star Wars comics to Marvel for 2015, but they have a trick up their sleeve
Small press comic Endangered Weapon B is frantic, joyous and brilliant fun
The second issue of Marc Jackson’s Man From Space comic is quirky, charming and funny
Jonathan Hickman’s Marvel Comics mega-event Infinity is one of the crossovers ever
UK convention Thought Bubble is for people who love comics, by people who love comics
Nick Cardy, best known for his work on Aquaman and Teen Titans, died Sunday 3 November 2013
Bill Willingham to retire from comics and end DC Vertigo’s Fables on issue 150
Fantasy author Marcus Sedgwick’s graphic novel debut Dark Satanic Mills is full of big ideas
Controversial reprint of Grant Morrison and Steve Yeowell’s Zenith is a fantastic artifact
Superman history short film from comics to Man Of Steel by Bruce Timm and Zack Snyder