Just in time for the theatrical release of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Marvel is rebooting the Spidey universe on the printed page.
It's taken over a decade but Browncoats will finally get their wish in January when the second season of Firefly debuts.
It won't be on TV. Instead it will be on the pages of Dark Horse Comics.
This seamless combination of the heralded two-part "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns" is accompanied on the Blu-ray Combo Pack by several new bonus features, including a 70-minute Frank Miller retrospective, an all-new filmmaker commentary, four exclusive collector cards with never-before-seen artwork, and all of the extra content originally found on the original Part 1 & 2 releases.
Ape Entertainment announced Wednesday the release of a new comic series, in partnership with the non-profit educational organization Sesame Workshop