Taiyo Matsumoto's GoGo Monster meditates on the mystical, the metaphorical and the melancholy in the lives of "weird" elementary school children.
Have you heard the bad news: DC's Crime Bible stories lionize the Biblical figure of Cain.
Here comes the Summer, filled with all kinds of DCU goodies. And some Missed Directions
The literally thousands of perfect moments Stephen Perry was responsible for when he contributed to a core of influential 1980s cartoon shows, tragically could not assuage his own horrific death.
Gathered Together: Joe Coleman’s signature artwork provides an observational frame for true crime stories in this classic offering.
Wrestling with immigration through the lens of of superheroes possibly suggests a new vision of how "God enriches".
A chilling work by the most famous figure in Japanese comics, MW is also eerily prescient, utilizing themes and topics that are as relevant today as they were in 1976.
Rather than tap the obvious Nordic tradition for the character of Thor, Millar offers readers of "The Ultimates" a surprise twist by grounding the character in the life of another foundational religious figure noted for his social activism.
It has been a long-term romance between Marvel and Norse mythology, one that began in 1962, with the publication of Thor.
Nine years on, and Smallville has shed its history as a Dawson's Creek clone like an unwanted skin, and is now ready to fly...