Since last we spoke, the store received its first bit of hate mail, which was nice. As a shop, we had been fairly vocal about our take on Marvel’s big Secret Empire event and how we couldn’t, in good conscience, hand-sell the book to customers. Danica had appeared in a few articles in particular explaining […]
Announced today at ComicsPro, legendary Marvel creator Jim Starlin is teaming up with the equally esteemed Alan Davis for a brand new mini-series focused on Marvel’s hottest property: Guardians of the Galaxy: Mother Entropy, a five issue limited series, will be a standalone story centered on Star-Lord and company facing off against the title villain, […]
Titan Comics has revealed they’ll release issue 1 of the fourth “Chapter” (or Volume) of the series: Sky Doll: Sudra.
We might be in the middle of a polar vortex, but it’s not too early to think of next Summer, as more Marvel movies hit the cineplexes, and lots of ancillary titles tie-in hit store shelves! Which of these reprints might hold clues to upcoming movies in the Might MCU? Which are just cool tie-ins? […]
T’is the season for planning for free comics! Diamond has just released information on their 2017 Free Comic Book Day offerings. As is tradition, Marvel and DC are keeping their under wraps for now, as they will be hugely exciting and startling kick-offs to events or new teams or new imprints or new worlds […]
The Comics Beat is live at the New York Comic Con Main Stage and the crowd is wild! It’s not quite Hall H proportions, but the Main Stage is by far the largest panel room at NYCC, which makes it the perfect place to show off Netflix’s and Marvel’s IRON FIST. The followup to the […]
Marvel has just released their latest graphic novel catalog online! The following titles are scheduled to hit store shelves sometime in early 2017 (January-April). Since this data has just been released, there are no covers, and everything is subject to change! One interesting tidbit… you can see the actual print runs for each title! Were […]
Last week, Marvel Comics published Steve Rogers: Captain America #1 by writer Nick Spencer and artist Jesus Saiz. The response to the comic was immediate and vast, with many fans weighing in on the controversy surrounding the issue’s big cliffhanger twist, which revealed that Steve Rogers may have been an agent of HYDRA all along. The […]
Reviewing Bendis’ and Marquez’s latest foray into the Marvel limelight.
The first issue of Black Panther, written by Ta-Nehisi Coates (The Atlantic), drawn by Brian Stelfreeze (Wednesday Comics) and colored by Laura Martin (Thor) was a technical success. The character of Black Panther was fueled by an interesting cocktail of rage that propelled some of the issue at a nice pace. However, despite this title’s strengths, I’m not […]