Comics

This November, the highly-anticipated miniseries Doomsday Clock will hit comic shops. Today, DC revealed the lenticular cover for the first issue, which features Watchmen‘s Rorschach, whose mask morphs into the logos for Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman. The issue, as seen above, uses existing artwork from Watchmen artist Dave Gibbons. The cover is actually animated
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Death isn’t forever in comics. In 2003, Jean Grey died during an iconic run on New X-Men by acclaimed writer Grant Morrison. Since then, that version of Grey has been dead, but this December, Grey will return in the five-issue miniseries Phoenix Resurrection: The Return of Jean Grey. The new story written by Matthew Rosenberg
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With Thor: Ragnarok coming to theaters on Friday, November 3, you may be wondering who some of the secondary characters are in the upcoming film. Over the course of the next week, we’ll be taking a look at where some of these heroes and villains came from and their comic book origins. Heimdall, who is
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In one of the most shocking moments in recent comic book history, writer Brian Michael Bendis–a staple at Marvel Comics for years–is headed to DC Comics, signing an exclusive deal with the publisher. The mind behind Ultimate Spider-Man, House of H, Secret Invasion, Powers, and Spider-Men–some of the best comics at Marvel over the past
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A live-action version of Cable blessed homes across the world recently when the trailer for Deadpool 2 hit the internet, and oh boy, Josh Brolin looks awesome as the time-travelling leader of X-Force. He’s going to be a major part of the newest superhero starring super-powered mutants. But who is Cable, and where does he
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