The second title of DC’s new Wonder Comics line introduces Naomi, a teenage girl from a quiet town that just got a little louder.
Marvel’s original heroes and titles return in time for the publisher’s milestone anniversary.
We’ve got reviews of Marvel’s two big debuts this week, plus a look at the latest issue of SPIDER-GWEN: GHOST-SPIDER.
We discuss the highs and lows of the past year of Marvel’s comics and news.
We’ve got reviews of the two big Marvel event finales this week, plus we check in on the West Coast Avengers!
Celebrating a big Marvel wedding and an up-and-coming Spider-Hero this week on The Marvel Rundown!
Do Soule and Noto pen a fitting end to the final days of the man without fear? And do Ewing and artists Kevin Libranda and Luciano Vecchio make Riri Williams soar?
We talk about the latest relaunch for Marvel’s merry mutants, and look back at Lee and Kirby’s original X-MEN #1
We’ve got ten pages of Interior art from the English translation of Enki Bilal’s Exterminator 17.
The sequential art of comics is by design a participatory experience, one that co-creates meaning between panel and reader. Our minds fill in the action between panels, imbuing them with movement, voice-overs, and emotion that complete the animation begun within the still frames of the artist and script of the writer. It seems a natural fit, […]