The Canadian North is a vast, cold and isolated places at times. It can be a tough place for the soul, it seems to make the edges rough and each cut, a little deeper. I’ve been thinking about how life must be for those caught in this quandary, how it must feel to be living […]
The Kirby celebration continues, this time with a rare adventure starring the Golden Age vigilante, Manhunter
Marvel’s Generations continues as AJ Frost and Alex Jones take a more in-depth look into the world of Wolverine.
Alex Lu looks at the first proper issue of Rebirth’s first major event as well as THE SANDMAN OVERSIZE SPECIAL!
I have a feeling that quite a lot of us would rather be somewhere else these days. It wouldn’t be so bad to be trapped in a place that was separate from the logic and awareness that we understand and accept as our own universe. If it was a place where perception changed in such […]
For my column this week, we’re going to showcase the work of two international publishers. Those two publishers have much in common despite their different geographic location. They’re both committed to expanding the medium of comics, working with varied artists and allowing to create the phenomenal work they wish to make. Peow Studios is a […]
Marvel’s busy last few weeks continue with more Generations. This week we’re seeing double in the Generations one-shot featuring a tale of the older and younger Jean Grey! To make the publishing line even more wild this week, beloved Marvel writer Christopher Priest is returning to the publisher with the extraordinary Phil Noto in Inhumans: […]
This week was a bit light on debuting comics and one-shots, so the column that reviews #1 comics 1 day after they release is diving deep into the WWE SummerSlam 2017 Special from Boom! Studios. WWE SummerSlam 2017 Special Story: Box Brown, Ryan Ferrier, Ross Thibodeaux, Derek Fridolfs, Aaron Gillespie Art: Daniel Bayliss, Clay McCormack, […]
The long-awaited debut of King and Gerads’ take on Kirby’s Fourth World is here!
There are going to be a number of American readers who see themselves in Korean cartoonist Yeon-Sik Hong’s Uncomfortably Happy, especially creative people and freelancers. This autobiographical book chronicles the move Hong, and his wife Sohmi made from Seoul to a small, rural house on a nearby mountain, getting into the details of the adjustment […]