Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Welcome back! We’re on Episode #11 of the Weekly Comics News Show — a weekly program that brings you the latest in comic book news, new comics this week, and more! Host Patrick Aloia, his guest host (this week — Sam), and our creative team will scour through releases and news stories every week to get you exactly what you need to be up to date in the world of comics. WATCH: Miss last week’s episode of the Weekly Comic News Show? Catch it here! This week we’re talking about DC’s new variant covers, the end of the “Superman Reborn” story arc, some new X-Men news from Marvel, the return of BERSERK, and much more. DC Comics recently released variant covers for several April releases. Check these out for a peek into the future of your favorite characters. Jim Lee released covers for the X-MEN: BLUE and X-MEN: GOLD. Marvel also put out a preview of WEAPON X #1. BERSERK, both the anime and the manga, will be returning soon, on April 7th and March 24th respectively. In other news, Image Comics revealed is releasing part three of LOOSE ENDS, THE UNWORTHY THOR is ending with THE UNWORTHY THOR #5, and there is a brand new IRON FIST #1 to accompany the IRON FIST TV show. This week’s shout out goes to the team behind the comic IPSO FACTO, available on ComiXology. If you have any artwork, videos, writing, or anything creative that you’d like featured on the show, feel free to tag us, tweet us or DM us through our Instagram. New comics this week: What we’re talking about ACTION COMICS #976 THE FLASH #19 IRON FIST #1 THE UNWORTHY THOR #5 LOOSE ENDS #3 BERSERK THE DEVIL IS A PART TIMER VOL. 8 X-O MANOWAR #1 OVER THE GARDEN WALL VOL. 1 ELEKTRA #2 WATCH: Want more Sam? Check out his review of RAVEN #5! Stay tuned for new episodes of the Weekly Comics News Show, and all of ComicsVerse’s video content. Check out our Facebook Live and Instagram Live videos while we produce the show to meet the hosts and the crew, watch bloopers, and get a peek at what it takes to get a weekly show running.