For reasons both good and bad, the release of DOOMSDAY CLOCK #1 is going to turn heads. And we’re here to tell you why.
With the DC Cinematic Universe, Warner Bros. tried to reverse engineer Marvel’s success. Rather than build each character that makes up the rich tapestry of that world through solo features via the Kevin Feige method, they instead opted to shortcut it through films introducing their heroes (Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice) and a large […]
How Cebulski’s appointment as Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief signals a less US-centric and less direct market focused editorial approach to comics
In the wake of Batman Beyond‘s previous arc, Bruce’s old traumatic spinal injury has come back to haunt him. As the elder Batman recovers, the new generation of Bat, Terry McGinnis, decides to move into Wayne Manor to help his mentor. But as he aids Bruce and gives his batsuit an upgrade, an old foe comes […]
After months of speculation that he would be departing, Axel Alonso has indeed ended his run as Editor in Chief at Marvel. And his replacement is a bit of a surprise: CB. Cebulski, a longtime Marvel mainstay who has worked in many capacities at the company. Most recently he had moved to Shanghai to work […]
Up is down, left is diagonal! Loki Laufeyson, (Thor’s brother) has taken up the mantle of Sorcerer Supreme–to make matters worse, Loki has even become the star of the ongoing Doctor Strange series! Find out what we have to say about all this today in The Marvel Rundown! Doctor Strange #381 Written by Donny Cates Illustrated […]
The Brave and the Bold was one of the hallmarks of DC’s Silver and Bronze Age lineups. The classic title, which teamed Batman up with a number of different heroes from throughout the DC universe, is one of those concepts that’s always rich with possibility (particularly in how it utilizes the popularity of Batman to […]
As The Wicked + The Divine’s Imperial Phase comes to a close and the series’ endgame approaches, writer Kieron Gillen and artist Jamie McKelvie reflect on the meaning of the work and their own success.
Louie Hlad reviews this week’s DC Comics, including BOMBSHELLS: UNITED #6 and TRINITY #15.
Our review of the long-awaited DC team-up adventure