Where She Walks: A Canadian urban fantasy comic that’s almost there
August is a hot month here, so it needs equally hot comics to keep me from my arch nemesis…the sun. Fortunately, this week has some stuff I’ve been waiting on as Predator makes due without killing Gary Busey while the team of Matt Kindt and Tyler Jenkins make me tolerate kids in Black Badge. Predator: Hunters […]
Now that my body has finished a full week in cryotherapy recovery chambers from the SDCC, it’s time to get back to talking about debuting comics. The end of July/beginning of August is loaded with quality books, making it impossible to pick a single best or worst one, so let’s make up for lost time […]
One wedding and one event top Marvel’s biggest releases this week, catch our in-depth analysis right here!
Catch our in-depth reviews of The Life of Captain Marvel, Infinity Countdown, and Spider-Gwen this week on The Marvel Rundown!
This week I run down the #1’s and one-shots hitting comic book shops this week but something a bit more special is also available. Aspen Comics is celebrating the legacy of its late founder, one of the biggest fighters in comics or any other industry, Michael Turner. MICHAEL TURNER LEGACY ISSUE Words: Michael Turner […]
Happy Wondercon! Be it in the exhibit hall of the Anaheim Convention Center or your own local comic book shop there’s brand spakin’ new books and series to be found. As always check out The Beat for all the news and more coming out of Wondercon 2018. JIRNI (vol 3) #1 Story: J.T Krul […]
This week’s biggest debuting comics belonged to Image Comics with the supernatural horror mindbender Gideon Falls and the much anticipated Kirkman pre-tv property Oblivion Song. That’s not to say the industry as a whole didn’t keep up as Dynamite took the legend of The Green Hornet in a bold direction while Oni gave Rick & Morty fans […]
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. […]
Apparently, there were more debuting comics this week than Doomsday Clock. Problem is most debuts this week were forgettable at best. Take Dark Horse Comics latest video game adaptation for example cause we sure are. In a week of weird Vertigo titles and independent comics, we’re going tomb raiding for a Thanksgiving edition of ONE […]