Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #1 is available now, but the only place to get this variant cover is on eBay. At the time of writing, nearly 80% of the allotted 3000 issues have been sold. [click to continue…]


While Showtime’s Penny Dreadful may have ended (disappointingly) with Season 3, the stories will live on in comic book form thanks to Penny Dreadful co-executive producer Chris King and illustrator Jesús Hervás for Titan Comics.

Fans of the show can catch up with the characters and events in Penny Dreadful six months after the events of the finale starting in early 2017. See the full press release below. [click to continue…]

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Coloring books for adults are huge right now, and Dark Horse is jumping on the bandwagon in a big way with a new series that kicks off with Serenity, Avatar: The Last Airbender and Bait: Off Color Stories For You To Color by Fight Club author Chuck Palahniuk.

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A lot of actors claim to read the comics associated with their films or shows, but Doctor Who‘s Peter Capaldi (better known as the 12th Doctor) proved once again how far his love for the show goes. As any talented gentleman would, the actor created a painting inside of a personalized card meant for comic artist Rachel Stott, whose pen currently graces the pages of the Doctor Who series out by Titan Comics.

Here’s what the good Doctor had to say:

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Artist Billy Butcher‘s “Tales From The Smith” series features Robert Smith of The Cure on the covers of classic horror comics, with his lyrics being used as the text.

As Butcher explains, “This frightening series of strange tales is a homage to the goth legend who truly taught us love and darkness”.

No lie, this art landed me on Fascination Street. See more below.

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Marvel gave the world a sneak peek at the cover of “Deadpool and Cable: Split Second” #2 from artist Reilly Brown. I wonder why they picked today of all days? Weird.

Unfortunately, you’ll have to wait until January to read this issue. Unless, you know, you have a time machine handy.

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Dragon Ball Z already allows for the fusion of characters to create more powerful characters, so it’s not surprising that French artist Pierre-Marie Lenoir gave some thought to what would happen in a fusion between DBZ and some of your favorite comic book characters.

His Behance project, aptly titled “Fusions”, does just that. Batman, Robin, Spider-Man, Wolverine, and Conan all go into the mix.

Check out the results after the break.

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Great news for Invader Zim fans. Zim will be returning on July 1st in a new comic book series from Oni Press in partnership with Zim creator Jhonen Vasquez and Nickelodeon. Vasquez notes:

“I’m always confused when people say how much they miss Invader Zim because the show never stopped running in my head, and then I remember everyone else isn’t in my head. I try to imagine the world for all those people who don’t know what Zim’s been up to since the show went off the air and it makes me shudder. How can people live that way? Hopefully this comic helps make the world a better place.”

You can check out the full press release after the break.

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Holy Bat Chair!

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OMG it’s a wee little Batbaby in a giant Bat-chair!

It’s actually a school project created by James Todd for his 3D design class at Stoke Damerel Community College. James’ craftmanship is fully demonstrated as this chair comes complete with pockets for supplies and comic books.

Check out more details and pics after the break.

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Dark Horse Comics has to say farewell to the Star Wars universe. The license to produce Star Wars comic books is returning to Marvel, but Dark Horse isn’t letting go without a party. They’re offering one heck of a good-bye sale with 50% off all digital Star Wars comics.  Then there’s he mother of all deals, the MegaBundle. You can purchase Dark Horse’s entire digital Star Wars library for $300. That’s 28,353 pages that would normally retail for $2,714.34. Wow.

The deal runs through December 31st, and Dark Horse states that all Star Wars titles purchased by January 1st will remain in your digital collection.

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