The A.V. Club’s favorite comics of 2017 so far

From war-torn South Vietnam to the apartment of supernatural stoners to a psychedelic plane of reality inside a laundry machine, the best comic books of 2017 (thus far) have taken readers to some fascinating places. The A.V. Club has assembled a list of the can’t-miss titles from the first half of the year, and it’s…

DC tempts Wonder Woman fans to comics with 4 worthy Diana-centric offerings

Contrary to what people might think, the recent boom of comic book movies and television shows hasn’t come with a corollary increase in people buying comics. The industry is enjoying a relative resurgence overall, but sales don’t map the characters and franchises that are showing up on screens. The problem certainly…

Diana’s public debut goes viral in this exclusive Wonder Woman #12 preview

Greg Rucka and Nicola Scott are an exceptional creative team, and while working together on their creator-owned Image series Black Magick, they developed a strong chemistry that has carried over to their work on DC’s Wonder Woman ongoing. Their “Year One” story with colorist Romulo Fajardo Jr. has been one of the…

Wonder Woman’s 75th birthday lassoes her best stories in years

2016 is the year DC Comics remembered that it owns the world’s most popular female superhero. There has been a significant upgrade in Wonder Woman comics thanks to the character’s big-screen debut in Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice, and DC has adjusted its approach to Diana now that she’s back in the pop culture…

Now Lazarus will be a TV show, sparing us from a day without a comic book adaptation

Once more, television has renewed its commitment to making sure the sign in Hollywood reading “__ Days Without A New Comic Book Adaptation” always has a “zero” slat on it. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Legendary TV and producer Matt Tolmach are adapting Greg Rucka and Michael Lark’s dystopian comic series …