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…

Ryan Choi returns to the DC Universe in this JLA: Atom exclusive preview

Ryan “The Atom” Choi disappeared from DC Comics in the New 52 era, but he was one of the old faces to return to the fold in the DC Rebirth special that kicked off the publisher’s current Rebirth phase. It’s been over half a year since then, but Ryan’s story finally continues in next week’s Justice League Of America:…

Tragedy awakens painful memories in this Power Man & Iron Fist #6 exclusive

Luke “Power Man” Cage and Danny “Iron Fist” Rand are finally officially back together as the Heroes For Hire, but Civil War II is lurking in the shadows, waiting to strike at their fresh reunion. This preview of next week’s Power Man & Iron Fist #6 shows the eponymous duo reacting to the news that their superhero…

Stevenson and Greene’s Runaways sparks an exciting Secret Wars rebellion

One of the best things about this summer’s big event comics from both DC and Marvel has been the gleeful enthusiasm with which scores of creators explore a slew of alternate universes. Unencumbered by some of the more stifling parts of canon, writers and artists alike are committing to a long list of interesting…

Exclusive Marvel preview: Doom’s teen fugitives hit the Wild West in Runaways #3

What if your school’s final exam forced you to kill your friends? A group of students at the Victor Von Doom Institute For Gifted Youths is faced with this question in Marvel’s Runaways miniseries, and, as the title promises, they decide to make a break for it instead of continuing their education. Writer Noelle…

Exclusive DC preview: Convergence: Superboy And The Legion Of Super-Heroes goes back to the future

Writer Stuart Moore and artist Gus Storms have shown a talent for combining team-based superheroics with sci-fi spectacle in their ongoing Image Comics series EGOs, making them an inspired choice of creative team for the two-part Convergence: Superboy And The Legion Of Super-Heroes miniseries. What makes this project…