Now that we know Infinity Wars is on the horizon, will the prequel series, Infinity Countdown start to lay the groundwork? Check out the newest installment of The Marvel Rundown to find out!
Alex reviews the historic ACTION COMICS #1000.
The next chapter of the Black Hammer series reveals new mysteries and expands the universe of the series.
Subtitled “Comics from Mauretania,” the stories in Chris Reynolds’ The New World don’t take place in the African country of the same name, but in some cryptic landscape never referenced by name in the comics to which the title applies, but which creates a tone that unifies the stories, as well as offers some vague […]
Another week means a brand new slew of comic books. Dead or alive, we’re coming with Boom! Studios new RoboCop book. ROBOCOP: Citizens Arrest #1 Story: Brian Wood Art: Jorge Coelho Colors: Doug Garbark Letters: Ed Dukeshire Published by: Boom! Studios RoboCop is one of those science fiction properties that […]
Marvel is celebrating yet another milestone this week with the advent of Captain America #700! We’ve got a thorough analysis of the story along with a quick look at some of the huge releases this week including Domino, the issue marking Gail Simone’s return to Marvel with David Baldeon! Next up is Exiles, the brand new series from red-hot writer […]
DC Comics is trying something new. In the wake of their Rebirth initiative, the publisher has rapidly expanded its content to include diverse new imprints such as Young Animal, Wildstorm, Black Label, Ink, and Zoom. As their lineup expands, it can be hard to figure out what to pick up each week. That’s what the […]
In two recent releases, Whit Taylor uses her strong talent for intimacy in cartooning to present situations — some personal, some fictional — that engulf the reader in such a way that the emotional content isn’t just being shared in the work, but experienced. It’s something she’s particularly adept at, along with presenting points of […]
Welcome to the week in #1 comics. Also, happy WrestleMania week! Before men and women with no pants fight over belts, let’s look a bright spot and a not so bright spot of debuting comics in this first week of April. Portal Bound #1 Story: Gabe Carrasco, Mark Roslan Art: Alex Arizmendi Colors: […]
There’s a whole lot about the current political climate in the United States that makes Jason Novak’s Et Tu, Brute?, which will be out in June, one of the best reading choices you can make. I’m not talking about the Nazism or the corruption or the constant misogyny or inept decision making or the authoritarianism […]