To protect the present, Spider-Man must save the future.
In Marvel Comics' Amazing Spider-Man #31, on sale October 9, writer Nick Spencer explores the historical rivalry between Spidey and Norman Osborn
Absolute Carnage #3 continues the series’ exceptional start and the whole team continues to impress
You might not know a lot about the Agents of Wakanda right now but it’s only a matter of time before some of them become breakout stars.
The titular character’s body count reads like a grocery list and it’s a doozy.
With a successful hook and 50s-esque art, Midnight Vista #1 makes the next issue mandatory reading for captivated readers.
Absolute Carnage #2 establishes the series as the most addicting comic you'll read this year.
Though some of the comedy is effective, it usually fails to connect and it dilutes the serious themes.
No comic is perfect but Absolute Carnage: Separation Anxiety #1 is a practically flawless horror story that happens to tie into Marvel's newest major event.
Absolute Carnage #1 is a wild, gory and unpredictable ride.
After a wild conclusion, it's fair to say The Batman Who Laughs is the best horror story DC has published in quite some time.