Does Marvel’s new ongoing series for Captain America sink or swim?
All scheduled for the Fourth of July.
A look the color variants for Spawn #286. Plus, I dissect some title placement.
This is the third season in a column that judges a book by its cover. Catch up on the current season, or view the complete archive. We’ve looked at textless comic covers and textless album covers, but what about other media? Video games, to my knowledge, have yet to do a textless cover outside of reversible covers, […]
This is the third season in a column that judges a book by its cover. Catch up on the current season, or view the complete archive. I hope you’re not tired of me talking about textless covers yet, because I’ve still got so much to say! This week: the textless wraparound cover. Maybe the two most […]
Or another way to look at it: A Disney movie overtakes another Disney movie for the top spot on list of mostly Disney movies.
14 movies in, I’ve finally surrendered to the grim, loss-filled world of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
After hanging on to all of his interior comic art for a long time, fans will be excited to learn that Chris Samnee is finally putting some pieces up for sale. You can buy some original art featured in Captain America #695 following the recent end of his run (and his exclusivity at Marvel) with #700. Matt […]
This is the third season of a column that judges a book by its cover. Catch up on the current season here, or view the complete archive. Welcome to BY ITS COVER: LEGACYBIRTH, where we return with our original format, but update the logo for 2018! But before I get to the comics, lets look […]
The first 18 Marvel movies are essentially a story about Tony Stark, Steve Rogers and Bucky, with a little bit of Thanos thrown in. Even Black Panther has a post credit scene that plays directly to this storyline. And in Captain America we see the beginning of this trio’s story. How does it hold up […]