Amazon.com's purchase of the digital comic book storefront and reader could portend big changes for the burgeoning digital comics market.
Geek clothier Black Milk is on the verge of launching a new superhero collection, riffing on Catwoman, Wonder Woman, Superman... and Rorschach.
What makes DC Comics' bad guys even badder? Appearing on 3D covers, without the need for pesky glasses. Here's your chance to win the whole set of Villains Month comics. That's a lot of evil.
The home of Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman finds a new world in the multiverse of digital bookstores to invade: Google Play Books.
Small world: After more than 20 years as the anchor of Dark Horse's empire of franchise comics, guess who'll be publishing "Star Wars" comics in the future?
Marvel upgrades its subscription app with a long-promised smart soundtrack and DVD-style video commentary, after spending a year laying the foundation for a more multimedia-friendly comics reading experience.
The massively popular comics Web site was seemingly shut down by AOL late last month, yet a new post on the site hints at a return.
DC Comics' September covers feature unusual print tech to showcase its biggest villains in 3D -- without the aid of annoying glasses. But just like the best bad guys, these comics come with a controversy.
The anniversary was misidentified. Dark Horse Comics is marking the two-year anniversary of its digital efforts.
Characters in Kimball Anderson's comics don't battle the villains typical of the genre. They fight an anxiety disorder that can turn the simple act of leaving the house into a frightening ordeal.