The search for Ultra Magnus and the secrets of Cybertron’s past coincides with a strange invasion of the Lost Light.
Chris Carter brings us new adventures of Mulder and Scully and their encounters with weird things.
In this new series, civilization has taken to the skies, and that means constant dogfights for control.
The comic book guys weigh in on “Man of Steel.” We’re kind of butthurt about it.
Mark Waid, James Robinson and Gabriele Dell’Otto team up for an original graphic novel that’s a big deal.
The icons get a new ongoing, and ‘Injustice: Gods Among Us’ writer Taylor fills James Robinson’s big shoes.
It seems the Gorr: The God Butcher arc is still going on after nine issues. Still.
Do you feel betrayed by the ending of Man of Steel? Maybe you shouldn’t…
Zack Snyder’s movie is out in the world now. Here’s how it missed the mark.
Bibbs and Witney have a really long debate about Man of Steel and review Much Ado About Nothing, This is the End, and Man of Steel XXX!!!
The strange relationship between a GL and the woman who tried to kill him for years takes center stage.
Simon Spurrier and Jeff Stokely give us a bleak dystopian war-for-profit future story, but it has a gorilla with guns.
VIDEO: The long-awaited showdown over Man of Steel is here. Bibbs loved it. Witney hated it. FIGHT!!!
Superman has reached the highest highs imaginable. Here are some of his lowest lows.
Is “The Walking Dead” popular enough to earn its own parody comic? You bet.
Jeff Parker pens a crossover between Flash Gordon, The Phantom and Mandrake The Magician.
Gerard Way of My Chemical Romance and “Umbrella Academy” fame brings us a new post-apocalyptic series.
The creator of “The Crow” returns with a new story, but is it on par with his seminal work?
A special one-shot completes Scott Snyder’s trifecta week, alongside “Superman Unchained” and “Batman Zero Year.”
VIDEO: Bibbs and Witney review Richard Donner’s (mostly) restored version of Superman II. Can it really be that much better than the original?