Old friends reunite in an alternate dimension in this By Night exclusive

Friendship is at the core of John Allison’s work, and he’s created deep, compelling character dynamics in the pages of his long-running webcomic Scary Go Round and his creator-owned Boom! Studios ongoing, Giant Days. Personal relationships continue to be the focus for his new Boom! title, By Night, which teams Allison…

A '70s reporter investigates supernatural evil in this Abbott #2 exclusive

Elena Abbott doesn’t need any new stress in her life. As a black woman reporter in 1972 Detroit, she has to fight for respect every day in a professional climate full of racists and misogynists, and when she’s not at work, she’s haunted by memories of her first husband’s supernatural death. It doesn’t help that her…

By Chance Or Providence gives due to one of today’s best comics writers

There are some comics creators immediately recognizable beyond a visual style, revisiting the same themes and tropes and in some cases even telling the same story. Becky Cloonan is not one of them. Though it’s easy to pick her art out of a lineup if you know what to look for, her writing over the last few years has…

Power Rangers meet DC heroes in this Justice League/MMPR #3 exclusive

The Power Rangers have been getting a lot of attention in comics as the ’90s nostalgia engine roars on in pop culture, and the Justice League/Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers miniseries is an exceptionally fun title that shows how the Power Rangers compare to some of the world’s most popular superheroes. Written by Tom…

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s Aline Brosh McKenna is writing a modern-day Jane Eyre comic

Aline Brosh McKenna—who, opposite star Rebecca Bloom, serves as the behind-the-cameras half of the main creative team on The CW’s musical hit Crazy Ex-Girlfriend—is expanding her reach into the world of TV. According to Entertainment Weekly, Brosh McKenna is teaming up with Boom! Studios for a graphic novel adaptation…

For female heroes written by actual women, look beyond Marvel and DC

Nadia Pym is Marvel’s latest attempt to make its comic-book universe resemble its cinematic universe, and while she’s not exactly the same character as Ant-Man’s Hope Pym, she fills the same role as Henry Pym’s daughter that takes on the Wasp mantle. (In Slavic, Nadia means hope.) Nadia takes the spotlight in the new …

There will be a Dark Crystal sequel after all, but only as a comic book

For years—if not decades—various movie industry people have tried to get a sequel to Jim Henson and Frank Oz’s The Dark Crystal off the ground, with one would-be director explaining last year that he walked off of the project due to the producers’ apparent lack of respect for Henson’s ideas. That director, Shane…