*Ominous yet good-natured chortling.*
"The fun of it is seeing characters that people have known for 70-plus years turn into zombies."
So will Jughead date Rachel?
Meth: the 'toon!
Gay geekdom is real!
With Indian graphic artist Jeevan J. Kang.
Toys and tone play a big part in deciding when it's the right time to press reset.
This is happening. Stay calm.
"An illustrated journey into my thoughts."
Ready! Set! Ack-tion!
Best. Stroke. Ever.
"People were like, 'Superman is as American as apple pie and baseball.' But it doesn't mean that the people who bake apple pie and play baseball can't have a conscience as well."
The Dark Knight rises again with Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo.
"They're so angsty."
In case you are afraid of words.
Comic James Franco has quite the jawline.
He has excellent penmanship.
R.I.P. Johnny Storm.
The original comic-book guy gets his day and his Hollywood star. The schools stay open, though.
A kung fu saga, a New York throwback, a corpse-eating cop, and more.
A taste of the comic book Pam wrote for Jim.
The 70-year-old comic strip will stop running in January.
Benjamin Marra has reimagined Pulitzer Prize–winning New York 'Times' columnist Maureen Dowd as an ass-kicking action hero.
And a comic book.