Funny Books is back, and ready to piggy back on that sweet, sweet Avengers gravy train. From now until the premiere of Avengers: Age of Ultron, Funny Books will take a look back at some of the Avengers’ most important moments. This week, we get right back [...]
Welcome to The Pull List, a weekly column where we check out a first issue of a new series and tell you whether or not to follow the comic based only on that. This week was a slow week for new series, and while I may have been interested in the new [...]
Gwen Stacy is back and rocking harder than ever in Spider-Gwen #1. The new series continues after her adventures in the “Spider-Verse” cross over, as well as her origin story in Edge of Spider-Verse #2. The comic follows her trying to clear [...]
On this week’s Pull List, where we check out first issues of new comic series, we’re reading Vertigo‘s new post-apoc series Suiciders, where the ultra-violent Suicider games are at the heart of an earthquake-torn, segregated Los Angeles, [...]
In the unfinished epic from famed anime creators Satoshi Kon and Mamoru Oshii, three modern-day magi make their way to the heart of a strife-torn Eurasia, seeking the cure to an inexplicable disease turning humans into tortured, angelic corpses.
One of the 80s most influential comics, though lost from the populous’ memory, makes its return in merry fashion. Needless of a modern update, Mister X. is a strong example of the idiom: if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
We’re taking a little break from the Avengers this week to look at another long running series starring larger than life characters. And like the rest of you, I didn’t know why it was so important until a few years ago.
On this week’s Pull List, where we read the first issues of new comic series’, we’re reading Secret Identities, Image Comics’ new superhero ensemble. It’s a varied cast, and the first issue does a surprisingly nice job of packing seven or eight different [...]
Ei8ht #1 is a new creator-owned sci-fi comics miniseries written by Mike Johnson (Earth 2: World’s End) and Rafael Albuquerque (American Vampire). Albuquerque also draws and colors the series. The premise is simple: a man travels back in time in [...]