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Marvel Re-launches THE HULK with All-New #1 in April

As part of Marvel’s second phase of its “Marvel NOW!” initiative, the publisher is launching an all-new iteration of the Green Goliath with April’s adjective-less Hulk #1. Writer Mark Waid… more

Josh Lane’s Hero-Glyphs are Amun Ra-wesome

You won’t need to consult the Rosetta Stone to decode the awesomeness behind this series of superhero-inspired hieroglyphic designs from artist Josh Lane. From X-Men to the Teenage Mutant Ninja… more

Join Nerdist at Wondercon This Weekend! UPDATE: Chris Hardwick Signing Sunday!

UPDATE: We’ve added a signing with Chris Hardwick himself on Sunday 2-3 PM!  UPDATE: Jessica Chobot has been added to the Nerdist Panel on Sunday at 12:00PM! Details below…… more

Exclusive: Preview Valiant’s UNITY #3

What happens when the X-O Manowar falls into the hands of a mad king? Well, you build an army to take him out, of course, and that’s exactly what’s happening… more

Exclusive: BATMAN BLACK AND WHITE #5 Preview

They say the world isn’t black and white, but when it comes to the gritty underbelly of Gotham City, grayscale is definitely preferred. DC’s excellent anthology series Batman Black and… more

Brad Meltzer Talks DETECTIVE COMICS #27 and Batman’s Legacy

Few figures loom larger of the pop culture landscape than Gotham’s Dark Knight. From wildly successful film franchises to television series to countless comic books, Batman is America’s hero, and… more

Exclusive: ROBOCOP: THE LAST STAND #6 Preview

Your move, creep. Actually, it’s our move, and instead of moving our rook to take your king, we’re going to give you a special gift from our pals over at… more

STAR WARS Comics to Make Kessel Run from Dark Horse to Marvel in 2015

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, a little comic book company called Marvel published a book named Star Wars #1 in the spring of 1977, which… more

Exclusive: Guess Which Marvel Superhero is Getting Married This April!

Blood-spattered invitations to a wedding featuring puzzle pieces emblazoned with various members of the Marvel Universe have been making the rounds amongst the comics press over the last week. Will… more

The 10 Best Comics of 2013

By now, you’ve likely seen what Jessica Chobot and the Nerdist News team had to say about the top 5 Comics of 2013, but we figured that since you guys… more

Nerdist News: Top 5 Comics of 2013

2014 is upon us! Quick, we NEED to decide what the greatest comics of 2013 were! PSYCH! The fine folks here at Nerdist News have already decided FOR you. See,… more

Exclusive: THE FOX #3 Preview

Not every gift can arrive on Christmas day, you see. And this tidy little package from Dean Haspiel, Mark Waid, and Archie Comics is well worth the wait – an… more

An Awkward Justice League Christmas

Ah, Christmas. A time of joy. A time of generosity. A time of near-unbearable passive-aggression. Sure, it’s tough to blow every penny of your salary on gifts for family members… more


I truly never tire of DC Comics direct-to-DVD animated features. There have been some truly phenomenal adaptations of timeless story arcs (The New Frontier and The Dark Knight Returns really… more

Comic Book Club: Unfamous Chris

It’s the last show of 2013, with guest Unfamous Chris! Plus reviews of Thunderbolts #19, Superman/Wonder Woman #3, and Dead Body Road #1.   Check out the website at… more

Why SUPERMAN/WONDER WOMAN Is The Best Depiction of Wonder Woman in the DCU Right Now

I hate the Superman and Wonder Woman romantic relationship that DC Comics is forcing on us right now. Like, I hate it a lot. In real life, we see the… more

Marvel Round-up: Paul Rudd is ANT-MAN, AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON’s New Villain, and Much More

What better way to kick off the holiday season than with a cavalcade of Marvel Cinematic Universe news? Since you’re likely doing things like drinking your body weight in eggnog… more

A Chat With Creator Dan Goldman of RED LIGHT PROPERTIES

Early next year, Dan Goldman’s critically-acclaimed cult favorite web comic Red Light Properties is going to be making its long-awaited print debut from IDW. Re-edited, re-lettered, re-colored and re-scripted, the… more

Paul Rudd, Marvel’s ‘Ant-Man’?

After nearly a two month toss up with Joseph Gordon-Levitt, reports from Variety have indicated that Paul Rudd will go on to play the title role in Marvel’s Ant-Man. Rudd,… more

Comic Book Day: Pull List for December 18, 2013

The holidays are almost here, but Christmas continues its tendency of coming early with a king’s hoard of brand new comic books. If you’re a fan of far out sci-fi,… more

Joseph Gordon-Levitt in Final Talks to Direct, Star In SANDMAN

While many of us thought they’d get The Cure’s Robert Smith, it seems that Warner Bros. is in final talks for Joseph Gordon-Levitt to star in an adaptation of Neil… more

Comic Book Club: 7th Anniversary Show

It’s Comic Book Club’s 7th Anniversary Show! With returning guest Scott Eckert, musical guest This Good Robot, and a surprise appearance from the original Booth Man. Plus we pick the… more

Venom, Sinister Six to Receive Their Own Spider-Man Spin-Offs

The fans asked for it, and now, here it is: The Spider-Man franchise will be stretching beyond Peter Parker on the big screen, as Sony Pictures Entertainment will be giving… more

Comic Book Club: Black Science

This week, Alan Starzinski returns, and the boys talk about how annuals have changed over the years. Plus, reviews of Black Science #1, Avengers Arena #18, Bedlam #10, and Wolverine… more