Yesterday, THR revealed that Mark Sable's terrorism thriller "Unthinkable" is being adapted for TV by "24" showrunner Howard Gordon. We reached out to Sable about his thoughts on the BOOM! miniseries coming to TV and why now is the right time for the unthinkable.



ELEMENTARY! What mischief will the Boom! Studios "Adventure Time" crew get up to this issue? And equally importantly, will they be able to find out who-done-it in time? Find out in our first look at "Adventure Time: Candy Capers" #3! Read More...

Each week, Matt Wilson, co-host of the War Rocket Ajax podcast and author of the brand new Supervillain Field Manual, examines a major comic news item and reviews a few selections among the week's comic book releases.

This week, Marvel "Daredevil" writer Mark Waid announced he and his partner bought a stake in Alter Ego Comics, a comic shop in Muncie, Indiana. Read More...


In 2007, Boom! Studios published Steven Grant's "2 Guns," a five-issue mini-series about a couple of undercover agents who get themselves into trouble with the Navy, the CIA, and the mob.  It's a quick and entertaining read, full of twists and turns and riffs on established caper formulas.

And now, "2 Guns" has become the first Boom! comic to be turned into a major motion picture.  I was curious to see what details from the comic were still present in the filmed adaptation, and what had changed with the Hollywoodization of the story.



The world of comics publishing was shaken at the end of June when it was announced that Boom! Studios had acquired Archaia Entertainment, merging two of the most respected indie companies into a single entity.  And while from a certain perspective, this seemed like a natural pairing – two titans of the small press teaming up to take on the world – it also raised some concerns among readers, creators, and press.


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by Alison H. Mayer

Meridian prepares to face his antithesis, the Anti-Meridian, in BOOM! Studios' "Deathmatch" #7, and we've got your exclusive first look!



By Matt Wilson

Each week, Matt Wilson, co-host of the War Rocket Ajax podcast and author of The Supervillain Handbook, examines at a major comic news item and picks a few winners and one loser among the week's comic book releases.

The big comics news of the week is that BOOM! Studios acquired Archaia, a publisher known for the high quality of its print publications. I have mixed feelings about it.



BOOM! Studios made a sound equal to its name today when it announced it had acquired indie comic book publisher Archaia Entertainment, creating what is according to BOOM!'s press release, the largest library behind Marvel and DC.


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by Alison H. Mayer

Charles Schulz's beloved characters come alive in BOOM! Studios' 'Peanuts' #9, and we've got your exclusive first look!



Welcome to MTV Geek's New Comic Book Day Pull-List! Each week, we'll look at the best new releases hitting comic shops, and point you at some books you should be reading.
This week, we have picks from Boom Studios, Marvel, and Dark Horse! Read More...

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by Alison H. Mayer

The walls close in on Trench and Steadman in “3 Guns”, BOOM!’s sequel to “2 Guns” -- now a major motion picture starring Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg! Read More...


The penultimate issue of the "Fionna and Cake" miniseries is coming next week and we've got your excluive first look at all the gender-swapped, algebraic "Adventure Time" action!



By Matt D. Wilson

In a cryptic teaser released Monday morning, BOOM! announced "RoboCop: Last Stand," a new series coming in August in which Frank Miller will once again return to chronicle the exploits of Alex Murphy and OCP.


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Snoopy is head-over-heels and Frieda shows off her naturally-curly hair in this pair of covers for "Peanuts" #9, hitting stores in June from BOOM! Studios:

In a perfect jumping-on point for new readers, Charles Schulz’s beloved creations are once again brought to life. New and old fans alike should be sure to check out this ongoing series of stories featuring the lovable Charlie Brown and the rest of the Peanuts gang! Read More...


Have you guys heard of this "Adventure Time" thing? I'm not too sure what it is, but I think it's kind of got a buzz going. I think it's about some kind of rabbit dude and this dog or bear or something, and they fight wizards? I'm not too sure, but I hear it's a trip, man.


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