This week was a bit light on debuting comics and one-shots, so the column that reviews #1 comics 1 day after they release is diving deep into the WWE SummerSlam 2017 Special from Boom! Studios. WWE SummerSlam 2017 Special Story: Box Brown, Ryan Ferrier, Ross Thibodeaux, Derek Fridolfs, Aaron Gillespie Art: Daniel Bayliss, Clay McCormack, […]
The long-awaited debut of King and Gerads’ take on Kirby’s Fourth World is here!
*clap clap clap* More new comics! *clap clap…clap clap clap* Another week means another crop of debuting #1’s and one-shots. Marvel brought their Generations of Hulks together, Dynamite apparently likes cats, and Image offers up an answer to some of history’s most famous disappearances. As always check out the Marvel and DC rundowns for what’s […]
Recovering from SDCC and LA hallucinations, Alex Lu takes a journey to New Genesis to review this week’s DC Comics!
Are you still in post-SDCC recovery? Has your diet normalized from the cookies, pretzels, and energy drinks you lived off of last week? While you try to decompress into your normal routines there’s quite a few new #1 comics this week to help ease you back. Marvel are looking to cash in on their partnership […]
The Toronto Comic Arts Festival is one of the most influential and important comic book event in North America. It’s mission is to “promote the creators of comic books in their broad and diverse voices, for the betterment of the medium of comics”. In the spirit of this mission, the Comics Beat is conducting a […]
What better way to come back to something after a long excruciating break (if you’ve been in the midwest or Ontario recently you’ve probably seen what took up most of my free time) than to visit a special director’s cut of the 1992 classic Spawn. No not that film with Martin Sheen and John Leguizamo, […]
Alex reviews this week’s DC Comics!
The Toronto Comic Arts Festival is one of the most influential and important comic book event in North America. It’s mission is to “promote the creators of comic books in their broad and diverse voices, for the betterment of the medium of comics”. In the spirit of this mission, the Comics Beat has conducted a […]
The most rewarding comics are the ones that challenge your ideas and make you uncomfortable. Thought the medium’s history here’s been a long line of them, as early as X-Men in the 1960’s to modern books like Preacher. Tons of books either subtlety or forthright confronted notions core values are based on. Boom! Studios new book […]