By William Henderson “Whatever happened to She-Hulk’s best friend Louise?” Representation matters, whether you’re a pre-teen struggling to label how you feel, or a queer comic book creator tired of gatekeepers preventing you from presenting your story how you want to tell it, or so panelists at Thursday’s 7th annual New York TimesOUT LGBTQ in […]
The twelve-issue miniseries will reexamine the character’s roots and his place in the DC Universe.
Caitlin Snow has always seen her powers as a curse. For all the potential upsides that generating ice can have, her powers have altered her body and her mind, forcing her to commit heinous acts for survival– thus her other name, Killer Frost. As a member of the Justice League of America, Caitlin’s friends have […]
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. […]
Debuting in April from the Skybound imprint at Image is Crude, the story of a former assassin investigating the death of his son and discovering massive corruption at an oil company in the process. You want a preview? No problem, just scroll down. CRUDE Writer: Steve Orlando Artist: Garry Brown Colorist: Lee Loughridge Letterer: Thomas Mauer Synopsis: […]
It’s that time! We’re kicking off 2018 with our annual survey of creators, journalist, retailers and other comics industry insiders for their look back at 2017, their predictions for 2018 – and along the way a lot of previews and news about what’s coming in 2018. Our enormous thanks for all who participated this year; […]
Kyle takes a look at the newest issue of the excellent Justice League of America and the debut of The Demon: Hell is Earth
DUEL IN THE CITY SQUARE! In a co-publishing venture with Dynamite, DC’s Batman has teamed up with the classic superhero, the Shadow, for an epic adventure. Comics Beat has a preview of the second issue, out next week! Batman/The Shadow #2 Writers: Scott Snyder & Steve Orlando Artist: Riley Rossmo Variant Cover Artist: Tim Sale & Chris Burnham The second […]
Kyle looks at a title that’s unveiling the aftermath of a big crossover, while another is just about to kick one off.
“There can be only one consequence for dissent–“