E.A Henson shares the news about the Super Team International ‘88 Kickstarter from Scott O. Brown, and looks at the new special from Bo Burnham.
As we exit our own world-shaping pandemic, Sweet Tooth is a near-time science fiction epic about survival at the end of the world that makes for perfect for summer reading.
The Hellfire Gala kicked off this past week with Hellions #12, X-Force #20, and Marauders #20, all of them distinct while also demonstrating the uniformity of the event.
Jim Henson’s Labyrinth: Under the Spell is a gorgeous collection from BOOM! Studios, and if you’re a big fan of the original film, you’ll probably love a lot that’s in here.
Things get supernatural in Heroes & Villains with looks at An Unkindness of Ravens from BOOM! Studios and Aftershock Comics’s Out of Body.
The Nice House On The Lake from James Tynion IV and and Alvaro Martinez Bueno is a sophisticated story that aims to surprise and horrify by easily putting readers in the same place as the protagonists in the comic.
In X-Men #20 Jonathan Hickman delivers a tight story that’s compelling and clearly a building block for the future.
In a Heroes & Villains exclusive, E.A. Henson talks to Alex Schumacher about his ongoing series, Mr. Butterchips.
Enjoy the real blockbuster summer crossover event that is first trade paperback compilation of the monthly Crossover series!
In Fantastic Four: Life Story #1 Mark Russell and Sean Izaakse do a solid job of honouring the source material while also managing to add something new to the FFs classic origin story.
In this week’s edition of Heroes and Villains, E.A. Henson serves up a trio of tasty food themed comics to explore.
The future is now in Wonder Girl, the mysterious and exciting and always compelling origin of the girl that will one day become the new Wonder Woman!