Big-name creators celebrate Harley Quinn’s 25th Anniversary in this DC exclusive

In the 25 years since her debut on Batman: The Animated Series, Harley Quinn has become one of the most popular superheroes in the world. Originally conceived as the Joker’s girl Friday, she’s grown into her own captivating character, and her plucky, IDGAF attitude has made her an idol for readers who want to see more…

America Chavez breaks out on her own in this America #1 exclusive preview

Fans of America Chavez have been clamoring for the character to get her own ongoing series for years, and it’s finally happening next week with the release of America #1, one of the year’s most anticipated superhero comic debuts. America is the comics debut of YA novelist Gabby Rivera, who made a big splash with her…

Lea Thompson needs Howard The Duck’s help in this exclusive preview

When it comes to superhero comic guest stars, it doesn’t get much weirder than Lea Thompson showing up in Howard The Duck. Thompson starred in the infamous box office bomb based on Steve Gerber’s original Howard The Duck series, and now she needs Howard’s help in the comics to figure out what she’s been doing during…

Exclusive Marvel preview: Heroes unite against The Abundant Glove in Howard The Duck #5

The Infinity Gauntlet is a very silly concept. It’s a glove that grants its wearer unlimited power when it is activated by six gems, an idea whose goofiness is intensified by its importance in the Marvel Studios movies, which aim for a level of realism that is at odds with the wildly fantastic weapon. Writer Chip…

Howard The Duck is overstuffed; Giant Days and Sleepwalking captivate

Easter eggs and in-jokes are like catnip for nerds. Even if it’s something small, the jolt of recognition from seeing something hidden in plain sight for super-fans is always fun and a great excuse to feel obnoxiously proud of knowing something other people don’t. Howard The Duck #1 (Marvel) manages to walk the fine…