Tatsuya Endo is best known for creating Spy x Family. His new work, Blade of the Moon Princess, puts a fresh spin on a classic Japanese folktale.
Superman: The Last Days of Lex Luthor #1 by Mark Waid and Bryan Hitch is a somber tale of mortality and missed opportunities for friendship.
Grant Morrison and Liam Sharp's new comic is an epic sci-fi take on the creation myth, featuring the secret history of man and superman.
Dead Romans is on its penultimate issue and has already proven to be a compelling story centered on love and loyalty, set during a historic conflict.
Horror maestro and 30 Days of Night writer Steve Niles returns to IDW Publishing for a new comic titled Brynmore, a dark look at generational trauma.
Having wrapped up its 51-episode run, DC Comics and WEBTOON's Zatanna & the Ripper series is a celebration of friendship and budding self-confidence.
With a grab-bag of stories, essays, pin-ups, and more, DC Pride 2023 #1 is the publisher's third Pride anthology—and its most meaningful yet.
One of the most anticipated horror titles of the year has arrived: James Tynion IV and Fernando Blanco's new series w0rldtr33 lives up to the hype.
More than just a milestone issue exploring Batman's legacy across page and screen, Batman #900 is an artistic triumph on the part of Jorge Jiménez.
DC Comics' latest YA graphic novel, Girl Taking Over, reimagines the intrepid reporter Lois Lane as a determined teen intern with a lot to prove.
In Order and Outrage from Dark Horse Comics, Thanos creator Jim Starlin teams with artist Rags Morales for a grand return to the space opera genre.
Tom King and Jorge Fornes' latest project, Danger Street, shines a light on some long-forgotten DC Comics characters in a masterfully connected way.
DC's Blue Beetle: Graduation Day is a bilingual delight for fans of Jaime Reyes, who appears ready to take the next step in his journey as a hero.
In an attempt to get back onto X-Force and be welcomed by the mutant nation Krakoa, Deadpool's upgraded some old tech he hasn't used in quite a while.
The psychedelic life of Jimi Hendrix is finally immortalized in dazzling ink for an all-new graphic novel experience capturing his highs and lows.
Tom Taylor and Yasmine Putri's Dark Knights of Steel manages to deliver big on a solid premise that's sure to appeal to DC and fantasy fans alike.
Clover Press' adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby chooses fidelity to the original text over forging new artistic insight.
Tom King and Greg Smallwood revive private investigator Christopher Chance to lead the DC Universe through a classic pulp detective yarn.
Static: Season One #1 by Vita Ayala and Nikolas Draper-Ivey is a strong debut for Milestone’s rebooted Dakotaverse premiering throughout the summer.
Despite being built on a number of standard horror tropes, The Nice House On The Lake defies expectations to present a truly original tale.
In the new ongoing series by Stephanie Phillips and Riley Rossmo, Harley Quinn is looking for a new start. And she's not doing it very well.