This week in The Marvel Rundown it’s all Iron Fist all the time except when it’s not! The last Defender just debuted on Netflix and Marvel is following up his less-than-stellar small-screen debut with a brand new ongoing. We’re taking a look at the debut followed by an analysis of whether the The Unworthy Thor mini-series […]
Greetings, sales charts fans! It’s time once again to look at DC’s sales figures.
DC moved a total of 2.66 million comics through Diamond-NA in February over 82 different titles, down about 200K from the previous month (on two fewer titles), and more than 750K more than February 2016.
A few weeks ago we alerted you to this epic Love and Rocket skirt, but it seems that Pin Up Girl Clothing is releasing an entire line of Los Bros. Hernandez clothes. WANT! The Love and Rockets Collection by Pinup Couture has 20 itesm and uses three fabric designs, one based on the “Dance Party” art, one […]
In June 2016, DC Comics kicked off the start of its Rebirth initiative. After a wave of criticism surrounding the way they have treated their characters’ rich histories since 2011’s New 52 relaunch, DC has decided to rebrand. They hope that by restoring their characters’ pasts, they will restore readers’ faith in them as well. […]
This preview of the new Nick Fury #1 by James Robinson and ACO looks outstanding. Credit to Hugo Petrus and colorist Rachelle Rosenberg as well. Throw in variants by the likes of Bill Sienkiewicz and you’ve got nice art defined. The book stars young Nick Fury and it’s more spy action because what else would […]
It’s fair to say that Emil Ferris’ sprawling My Favorite Thing Is Monsters — volume one of a two volume work — came out of absolutely nowhere for many people. Ferris is a Chicago-based artist who had worked in illustration and toy design, but after a debilitating battle with West Nile Virus, went back to […]
Marvel has been trying to make the Inhumans the next big thing for years. but it’s been an uphill battle and here are some of the reasons why.
Farce or tragedy? By August we’ll know. But New Yorker’s cartoonist Shannon Wheeler (God is Disappointed in You, Grandpa Won’t Wake Up) is wasting no time with an ode to our President’s greatest medium: the tweet.
Dynamite is relaunching Magnus after their The Sovereigns series and it’s definitely not the Magnus, Robot Fighter you’re used to. For starters, Magnus is a woman. She’s also a psychologist specializing in Artificial Intelligence patients. And that’s before the pitch goes cyberpunk. The all-new Magnus takes the famous Philip K. Dick question and turns it on its […]
Dynamite’s landed the license for a comic based on The Librarians. If you’re not familiar with The Librarians, it concerns a group of people who are the latest incarnation of a secret group charged with keeping magic out of nefarious hands. The show has a feel similar to classic Doctor Who, except it’s fantasy/magic-based, rather […]