Eric Powell’s The Goon, “the most noble anti-hero in comics today” stars in the new OGN The Lords of Misery.
Zeb Wells and Gurihiru depict the lives of heroes like Captain Marvel, the Hulk, and many others as they have to stay inside, just like you and me.
The House of X/Powers of X collection is a great jumping on point for readers who may have strayed from the X-flock over the years.
King in Black and Fantastic Four: Road Trip are definitely books that never would have gotten past the Comics Code back in the day.
In this Holiday Gift Guide edition of Read This Book, get recommendations for titles from Image, BOOM!, Dark Horse, Vault and Aftershock Comics.
The first 25 issues of Jeff Lemire and Dean Ormston’s Black Hammer make for the perfect gift for the comic fan in your life.
‘X of Swords’ managed to deliver a good, epic story, while ultimately setting up the next run of X-stories.
Jonathan Hedrick and Gabriel Ibarra’s The Recount has some real potential to reveal some deeper truths about America.
Eve Ewing’s new Champions series actually feels like a very important book for our somewhat treacherous times.
Find out why E.A. Henson says that X-Men: Evolution is a superior cartoon when compared to the 90’s Fox X-Men cartoon.
Shadow of the Batgirl’s plot is clever and well developed, with a logical progressions of events that feels natural and interesting.
Our E.A. Henson is a fan of what the new creative team on The Flash has been delivering to readers.