Heroes from the nine realms unite this week and we’re here to tell you if their adventures merit your dollars!
From a Hollywood hunt for a missing pooch to the Permian Basin, we’ve got it all, with a stop to ponder Nancy.
In the middle of Marvel Legacy, the publisher’s latest shake-up of the existing titles around, Dan Slott’s acclaimed Silver Surfer title is coming to an end. Does Norrin Rad ride off into the sunset or is quality compromised? Join us for an in-depth look into the final glimpse of Dan Slott, Michael and Laura Allred’s […]
The 2016 Harvey nominations have just been announced, and as in past years, Valiant was the overwhelming favorite of the voting block with some 50 nominations out of some 142 total, including all but one nominees in five categories. Despite appearances, nominees are not voted on by Valiant fans, but rather industry professionals via an […]
This week, Marvel is following up their stellar Black Panther #1 launch with some special one-shots and series kick-offs! First up author James Robinson (Fantastic Four) and illustrator Tony Harris (Ex Machina), who last collaborated on the lauded series Starman, return to comics for a special C-3PO story that explains the strange red arm viewers saw him with during Star Wars: the Force […]
Last week, it happened. Marvel finally ended the event that kicked off their line-wide All-New All-Different relaunch when they released Secret Wars #9. We had an in-depth review on the comic, but will be continuing our Marvel review series under a familiar moniker; The Marvel Rundown. We took out those annoying adjectives, but will continue to […]
˙ʇᴉ ɟo puoɔǝs ʎɹǝʌǝ ʎoɾuǝ ll,noʎ ʇnq pɐɯ noʎ ǝʌᴉɹp llᴉʍ ʞooq sᴉɥʇ. This book will drive you mad but you’ll enjoy every second of it.
As predicted/hoped from the ‘Rad’ teaser which showed up a short while ago, Marvel have confirmed that Dan Slott and Mike Allred will be working together on a new Silver Surfer series in March 2014. With these two onboard as the creative team, this could well be the most cosmic and trippy book ever made. […]
In an interesting move, it looks like Marvel might extend 20th Century’s ‘Daredevil’ contract… on the condition that Fox return certain Fantastic Four characters back to them.