This is the third season in a column that judges a book by its cover. Catch up on the current season, or view the complete archive. We’ve looked at textless comic covers and textless album covers, but what about other media? Video games, to my knowledge, have yet to do a textless cover outside of reversible covers, […]
It’s time for a road trip in this Wednesday’s The Wild Storm #13! As Warren Ellis’ and Jon Davis-Hunt’s reimagining of the classic 90s universe continues, tensions escalate between IO, the “secret deep-state agency that runs Earth,” and Skywatch, the organization that runs space. And as their war continues, a former director of IO finds himself […]
Alex also reviews The Wild Storm #7 and ponders Batman: The Red Death
In very exciting news, one-time Beat Contributor Bryan Edward Hill is leading the charge on the newest title in Warren Ellis‘ WildStorm imprint: Michael Cray. Hill, whose commentary on diversity with this very site have been some of my favorite pieces of comics-related writing over the past few years, comes to the project after working […]
Also featuring looks at BATMAN, SUPERMAN, and THE WILD STORM
Alex Lu tackles the launch of several new DC heavy-hitters with special guest Davey Nieves!
If you haven’t signed up for Warren Elis’s newsletter…you should. It’s fierce, dark and full of information. Like the baove promo art for The Wild Storm by John Davis Hunt. This title, to be written by Ellis, the the lead in the Young Animal-style WildStorm imprint come form DC next year. While very very little […]