Black Canary #1


Written by Brenden Fletcher, Art by Annie Wu, Coloring by Lee Loughridge

Jun 25, 2015 Comic Books Web Exclusive

Black Canary goes rock 'n' roll in her refreshing new series, which is part of DC's "DC You" relaunched line of comics. Like many of DC's characters, Black Canary has been around for almost 70 years in some version or another, first debuting in Flash Comics #86 in August 1947. More

Wuvable Oaf


Jun 19, 2015 Comic Books Issue #53 - April/May 2015 - Tame Impala

With the map of the United States drawn increasingly in rainbow colors, it's high time for a collected edition of Ed Luce's self-published comic series about a San Francisco-based gay former wrestler. More



Written by Si Spencer; Art by Phil Winslade, Dean Ormston, Tula Lotay, and Meghan Hetrick

Jun 17, 2015 Comic Books Web Exclusive

Four similar murders across four very different time periods in London reveal a complex mystery in Si Spencer's eight-issue miniseries, Bodies, now collected and released as a single trade paperback. More

Black River


Josh Simmons

Jun 05, 2015 Comic Books Web Exclusive

The post-apocalyptic world is an incredibly bleak and dreary place in Josh Simmons' latest graphic novel, Black River. In less than 110 pages, Simmons creates a dismal, hopeless world, in which humanity has lost its principles, its scruples, and any sense of real hope.  More

The Kurdles


By Robert Goodin

May 29, 2015 Comic Books Web Exclusive

Robert Goodin (who is currently an animator on American Dad) weaves a unique and magical yarn in his latest graphic novel, The Kurdles. Sally is a teddy bear callously discarded from the family car on a road trip by the bratty child she belongs to.  More

The Fade Out, Act One


Written by Ed Brubaker, Art by Sean Phillips

Apr 17, 2015 Comic Books

Long-time and frequent collaborators, writer Ed Brubaker and artist Sean Phillips, team up again, this time to transport readers back to the golden age of Hollywood in The Fade Out. More

The Sculptor

First Second

Written and Illustrated by Scott McCloud

Apr 03, 2015 Comic Books Web Exclusive

Too often, experts on an artistic medium write book after book on their chosen form of expression, but don't have the creative chops to back up their pedagoguery. Screenplay "gurus" who have never written a movie; acting teachers who haven't been on stage in decades; music historians who have never attempted a composition. More

Plunder #1


Written by Swifty Lang, Art by Skuds McKinley

Feb 25, 2015 Comic Books Web Exclusive

Writer Swifty Lang has a unique knack for splicing current global issues with classic horror fare. In Plunder, Lang revisits his specialty, this time melding Somali pirates with aliens on the high seas.

Judge Dredd: City Limits Volume One


Written by Duane Swierczynski, Art by Nelson Daniel

Feb 13, 2015 Comic Books

It is the 22nd Century. Nuclear fallout has forced most of the human population into enormous, overpopulated, crime and violenceridden cities. MegaCity One is one such metropolis. More