girlmountain, creator of Megahex, is gracing the comiXology office with his presence & free cherry coke.

Edge of Spider-Verse has been so good so far and jasonlatour & Robbi Rodriguez are to blame. 

Need More #SpiderGwen!

ahh, at last. the prodigal—

(via jeaniegray)



By Chris Sims

To say that Greg Rucka had a profound impact on DC Comics in the 21st Century is underselling things quite a bit. After arriving on the scene in the late ’90s, he became one of the few writers to have written all three of DC’s biggest characters, with critically acclaimed runs on Action Comics and Wonder Woman. It was on Batman, however, where he made his biggest impact, as one of the writers for the year-long No Man’s Land crossover, the relaunched “New Gotham” era of Detective Comics, and cowriter of the enduringly influential Gotham Central.

In part one of our in-depth interview, Rucka discussed his early Batman work including the epic “No Man’s Land” megaseries. Our chat continues today as he looks back on becoming the regular writer of Detective Comics, speaking very candidly about trouble with DC editorial, his creation of Sasha Bordeaux, and the comic he and Rick Burchett created that he considers to be a perfect done-in-one issue.


Read this then check out our Gotham Central sale going on this week!


Art by Ron Lim & Terry Austin
Words by Jim Starlin

comiXology Unbound's #ComicsForYourKids
Mermin Vol. 3

No one knows much about Mer, the underwater kingdom where Mermin the merman was born, but due to a rising conflict with the people of Atlantis, Mermin is needed back home immediately. Which means that his human friends get to accompany him and see all the aquatic wonders of Mer. But once again, Mermin is tight-lipped about his past - even when it’s swimming right in front of him. And there are enemies lurking in the seedier depths of Mer, who’ve got their sights set not only on Mermin, but on Pete and his friends!

[Read Mermin Vol. 3 on comiXology]

If you hurry up you can catch the tail-end of our Mermin Sale and pick yourself up the first two volumes for cheap!

#ComicsForYourKids: Every Thursday comiXology Unbound suggests a great comics to read with your kid!



Masks — Francesco Francavilla

Snag some of dynamitecomics' grittiest stories in this 3-day crime comics sale!

Our Dynamite Crime sale ends tonight!


Spider-Gwen for my cool-down today.  God I loved this issue and have full confidence (read: sincerely and utterly hope) that we’ll see more of her after spider-verse.

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‘Zero’ review: Being a spy will really mess you up | →


It’s extremely nice from Entertainment Weekly to devote part of their review looking at the design of the series:

Designed by Tom Muller (who is also responsible for the striking look on the single issues), the trade dress for both volumes feature one of the most striking designs for a standard trade paperback in recent memory.

Is everyone reading Zero yet or what?

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