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David Betancourt writes about all aspects of comic book culture for The Washington Post's Comic Riffs blog.
The Academy Award-winning film is available on home video Tuesday.
Long overdue, Marvel Studios’ first female-led superhero movie is super slow at times, but on point.
The fourth issue of the Image Comics series arrives in print and digitally Wednesday.
The new show is based on the Dark Horse Comics series by Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá.
The animated movie succeeds where other Superman movies have failed.
Wonder Comics debuted last week with the first issue of “Young Justice.”
Comics writer David F. Walker, along with illustrators Damon Smyth and Marissa Louise, created a graphic novel about the famed abolitionist.
Jon Bernthal returns as Marvel's most lethal anti-hero.
An animated hero takes the top spot.
"Spider-Man 2" this isn't. But a good time can still be had.