Monday, October 27 2014
All around the multiverse, people are reading comicbooks, the same comicbooks, these comicbooks written/and to be written by Grant Morrison.
Tuesday, October 21 2014
Artist Christian DiBari's black-and-white panels feel more than a little like a woodcut – roughly done with a pocket knife, all slash marks and scars, as if the killer herself is carving out this story with her bloody blade.
Monday, October 20 2014
Wolverine's demise had just enough substance and not nearly enough style.
Thursday, October 16 2014
Just keep moving, folks. There is nothing to see here, especially nothing scary. This Klarion, this Witch Boy, is a lot more boy than witch.
Wednesday, October 15 2014
A high concept that's high on potential and low on refinement.
Tuesday, October 14 2014
"It’s not the greatest #1 I’ve ever read by a long shot but…"
Wednesday, October 8 2014
When something as big as Thor #1, that completely alters the character after more than 50 years of publication history, the only proper response is our very first "Title Fight".
Tuesday, October 7 2014
It's only very, very rarely that we come across issues of such great importance, that present us with such divergent opinions.
Monday, October 6 2014
At the heart of all the Secret Avengers' problems stands M.O.D.O.K. (Standing on his robot legs of course. His real legs are useless, hardly strong enough to support that giant head!)
Friday, October 3 2014
A sort of Indiana Jones of the spirit-world, Shigeru Mizuki has traveled around the globe conducting research into spirit folklore.
Tuesday, September 30 2014
An issue about carrying on a legacy, but for only some of the right reasons.
Monday, September 29 2014
Any good futuristic tale worth reading should transport you to a believable, yet otherworldly reality. Luckily, Roche Limit succeeds at this…
Wednesday, September 24 2014
Tell your people, your super-people, that it won't stop here. It's coming your way, too. And if you have no super-people, may the lord have mercy.
Monday, September 22 2014
When a proud warrior becomes hardened by war, and it reveals her true strength.
Wednesday, September 17 2014
Cohen elevates the all ages genre by tackling '90s generational creep with latent themes in Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends.
'Walt Before Skeezix' offers an in-depth look at the early days of 'Gasoline Alley' in a beautifully-presented volume.
Tuesday, September 16 2014
Matt Fraction is leaving Hawkeye. It's just never gonna be the same.
Monday, September 15 2014
A loveable girl and a loveable dog team up to create a world of entertaining complications.
Wednesday, September 10 2014
Gods as pop stars. It’s a novel concept and one that could crumble under its own weight if not pulled off correctly. But so far, we’ve been treated to a thoughtful exploration of where divine intervention meets celebrity worship.
Tuesday, September 9 2014
She-Hulk is a quirky legal drama, like Ally McBeal or Boston Legal. With superheroes.