Comic books still exist. And there are new ones today. You can buy them in shops. You can download them digitally (legally!). Just don't buy bad ones.
There are new comics out today, in stores and online. Some of them are worth getting. Others aren't. Here are my suggestions:
This is a slow week for new comic books. There are fewer new ones to get excited about. Don't fret. There are some, and they don't all involve Archie and Jughead hanging out with members of KISS.
It's the day before Thanksgiving, so, if you're in America, you should be heading somewhere to start your Thanksgiving festivities. But stop by the comic shop first, or at least check out the new comics you can get for download. There's new stuff out.
Man, it's late. You should have gone to the comic shop by now. It is Wednesday, you know. That's when new comics come out.
The most expensive comic collection I'll buy this year is out today, plus a batch of other new comic books that you can buy in shops or (legally!) for download. As always, I have recommendations. This time, our own Evan Narcisse lends a hand, too…
It's Wednesday. There are new comic books out in comic shops around the world. There are also both new comics and re-issued old favorites available today for you to download legally on your favorite mobile device. But which ones? I have recommendations:
Every week, there are lots of new comics out in comics shops around the world. There are also fresh new and old ones sold legit on digital devices, every Wednesday.
Ken Levine, lead creator of BioShock, recently thanked me for running a weekly comics column here at Kotaku. He said it helps him keep up. (He told me this last week, the same week I had to skip writing my column. I CAN TAKE A HINT.)
There are new comics to buy each week, and, as always, I have some suggestions...
Here are our weekly new-comics recommendations. Plus! You've heard about DC Comics New 52? The reboot of the company's entire line? This week, I've got capsule reviews of the final 25 books. I'm tired, and you've got some reading to do. There are some gems in there.
Each Wednesday brings new comics worth reading. Some of them are about video games. This month, a lot of them are new DC super-hero comics, since that company is re-launching everything. Read on for recommendations of this week's best stuff and for my capsule reviews of DC's second wave of new books...
I'm back from a vacation in Istanbul where the wonders of an iPad and a Wi-Fi connection allowed me to download and read all of last week's 13 big new DC Comics series.
New comics come out on Wednesdays. So why is my weekly list of new-comics recommendations running on a Thursday? I blame the avalanche of gaming news, screenshots and trailers tumbling out of Gamescom. I briefly found space, however, to recommend some comics.
There are new comics out every week, but this week doesn't just have a strong batch of new books that are hitting store shelves. It's also got an unusually strong amount of legitimate digital downloadable comics, including a re-issuing of a few issues of the Detroit-era Justice League of America. You know, the worst…
Good luck squeezing into your local comics shop this week. Plenty of strangers will probably be dropping in to pick up the new Spider-Man comic with the new Spider-Man in it. But squeeze on in, because there are some cool new comics out this week. And there are some good old ones available for legitimate digital…
Ever Wednesday there are new comics in comics shops and available for (legitimate) download. But there aren't new Alan Moore comics, every Wednesday, so this one is special!
I was supposed to recommend the week's best new comics yesterday. I'm a day late. Fitting, I guess, because one of the new comics is tied in to Duke Nukem Forever. That's my excuse. On with the recommendations...
There are new comics in comic shops and available for download on many of your favorite digital devices (no, not your microwave) every Wednesday. I have recommendations for you. One of them is a limited time offer... for a digital comic. Go figure.
Regular readers of our regular new-comics recommendations round-ups may have noticed that I always list the week's new video game-related comics, but never recommend them. That's because I rarely read video game comics. But, hey, maybe you would like them.