Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Underdog Story Is Now Officially Becoming a Comic Book
She's Wonder Woman, but better because she fights rich assholes.
Netflix's 'The Umbrella Academy' Is Wonderful and Weird
The adaptation of the comic written by Gerard Way is "a ten hour movie," inspired, in part, by Wes Anderson.
Mastodon's Brann Dailor Goes Solo with the Gloomy Grunge of "Red Death"
The drumming wizard turns into a capably brooding rocker on a cut for DC's 'Dark Nights: Metal' comic series.
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Rick and Morty Are Going on a 'Dungeons & Dragons' Adventure
The ultimate nerd TV show and the ultimate nerd role-playing game are about to enter the same dimension.
Beyond 'Black Panther': You Need to Know These Black Comic Book Creators
We asked exhibitors at the inaugural BAM Black Comix Expo what it means to show their work at a black comics convention.
Jay Baruchel Is Living the Canadian Dream
‘There is bloody, sexy, vital shit at every time of our history. We just don't know about it.’
The Martin Scorsese Joker Film Could Save Superhero Movies from Themselves
With Warner Brothers planning a new line of not-so-canonical DC movies, there’s a real possibility some of them could be good.
What the ‘Wonder Woman’ Effect Means for Stuntwomen
Two stunt performers talked to us about the changing face of the entertainment industry.
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Why Is This Tiny Illinois Town Obsessed with Superman? | #50StatesofArt
Metropolis, IL leans into its real-life heritage as The Man of Steel's fictional hometown.
This College Senior Is Already a Professional Comic Book Artist
RISD undergrad Hayden Sherman's professional work recalls Frank Miller's 'Batman.'
The 'U.S.Avengers' Are the American Heroes We Deserve
Plus, 'G.I. Joe' comic writer Aubrey Sitterson weighs in on his favorite comics of the week.
Ray Guns, 'The X-Files', and Groot | This Week in Comics
Outer space, time travel, and other tales of scientific wonder fill this week’s best comics.