The Incredibles 2 is getting two tie-in comics, with one exploring the Parr family's domestic life.
Entertainment Weekly reports the first comic, Incredibles 2: Heroes at Home, follows Dash and Violet doing housework while their parents Bob and Helen go grocery shopping. However, their superpowered baby brother Jack-Jack turns simple housework into total chaos.
Incredibles 2: Heroes at Home, described as an all-ages graphic novel, is written by Liz Marsham and illustrated by Nicoletta Baldari.
Incredibles 2: Crisis in Mid-Life! & Other Stories main cover, image via EW
Archie and Batman are teaming up soon in the new crossover comic, Archie Meets Batman 66.
SyFy Wire reports Batman '66, the 1960s TV version of the character made famous by Adam West, will cross paths with Archie and the rest of the Riverdale gang. The Boy Wonder himself Robin, first portrayed by Burt Ward in the classic TV show, will also be featured.
Archie Meets Batman 66 #1 main cover by Mike Allred.
Black Panther's Dora Milaje, the elite force of female protectors in Wakanda, are getting their own comic book series.
Marvel editor Wil Moss announced Wakanda Forever on Twitter, a collection of one-shot comics featuring the Dora Milaje teaming up with various Marvel superheroes, including Spider-Man. The three-part story is written by Nnedi Okorafor with art by Alberto Alburquerque.
Amazing Spider-Man: Wakanda Forever cover, image via Twitter.
Hawkman is getting his own comic book series and it will spin out of the events of Dark Nights: Metal.
In an interview with Washington Post, the comic's writer Rob Venditti shared his vision for the series, saying he aims to retain what makes the character so great in Dark Nights: Metal.
has really elevated Carter Hall/Hawkman (Katar Hol), and brought him back to the DC universe in an
way,” Venditti said. “That’s really what Bryan and I’s vision for the series is as well.”
Hawkman #1 main cover by Bryan Hitch, image via Washington Post.
Iron Man will be sporting several different colorful Bleeding Edge armor suits in the upcoming Tony Stark: Iron Man comic.
Marvel Comics revealed concept art for the new armor which, alongside Iron Man's red Bleeding Edge armor, also includes yellow and blue suits. These numerous iterations of the new armor are designed for specialized tasks. Check out the concept art in the image gallery below, which also includes Stark's new headquarters and a returning Jocasta.
Tony Stark: Iron Man is written by Dan Slott, with art by Valerio Schiti. The first issue comes out on June 20 and follows Tony Stark seeing the Marvel Universe in a new light after coming back from the dead.
Power Rangers: Shattered Grid is getting two new chapters from BOOM! Studios and Saban Brands later this year.
As detailed on BOOM! Studios' official site, the new comics follow the Mighty Morphin team going up against a mysterious Power Ranger named Ranger Slayer, who introduces a brand new Zord, as well as Lord Drakkon, a twisted alternate-reality version of the Green Power Ranger Tommy Oliver.
In Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers #10, the Ranger Slayer is destroying the Power Rangers' pasts under Lord Drakkon's command. The Power Rangers must figure out who Ranger Slayer is in order to stop them. Ryan Parrott wrote the story, with art and a main cover by Dan Mora. Variant covers are by Miguel Mercado (Over The Garden Wall), Audrey Mok (Archie), and Natacha Bustos (Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur).
Princess Leia will soon be headlining her own manga webcomic later this year.
Per Newsarama, Haruichi is adapting Claudia Gray's Leia, Princess of Alderaan novel into a manga serial, which will make its debut in Japan on Star Wars day, May 4. It'll be released on the LINE app, with a print edition planned for release later this year after the final installment.
For now, the manga is only expected to come out in Japan, with no word yet on a possible English translation. Check out some of the art for the manga below.
Princess Leia manga, image via Newsarama.
Regular Show is coming back via a new comic book series set 25 years after the series finale.
BOOM! Studios and Cartoon Network have teamed up for a six-issue limited comic book series titled Regular Show: 25 Years Later. The comic, from writer Christopher Hastings and artist Anna Johnstone, will follow an older Mordecai, Rigby, and the rest 25 years into the future.
The Regular Show: 25 Years Later Issue #1, image via BOOM! Studios.
Journalist, author, and Black Panther comics writer Ta-Nehisi Coates will write a new Captain America series for Marvel Comics.
Coates made the announcement in an essay for The Atlantic, in which he addresses why he's decided to write stories about Steve Rogers, the character's origins, and just how important Captain America has been to the world.
"Rogers’s transformation into Captain America is underwritten by the military," Coates said. "But, perhaps haunted by his own roots in powerlessness, he is a dissident just as likely to be feuding with his superiors in civilian and military governance as he is to be fighting with the supervillain Red Skull."
Marvel's upcoming new Exiles comic book series will see the comic debut of Peggy Carter as Captain America.
Nerdist reports the new Exiles team, featuring Blink, Cartoon Wolverine, an older Kamala Kahn and more, will travel around the multiverse and end up meeting an alternate version of Peggy Carter fighting for justice as Captain America.
Exiles #3 cover, image via Nerdist.