Young Animal, the Gerard Way curated imprint label of DC Comics is coming back this July and E.A. Henson is overjoyed at this news.
This week is on the light side for new stuff, but what it lacks in quantity it makes up for in quanlity, thanks to Fairlady and Symnbiote Spider-Man.
This week’s edition of Heroes & Villains has a triple threat of comics for you; one from the past, one from the future, and one out today.
What other book could top this week’s Wednesday Run than one that celebrates the incredible history of Batman, and the incredible creators who have made their mark on the cape and cowl?
This week’s Heroes & Villains features two titles from Oni Press – the very bloody Ballad of Sang and the T-Rex centric Cretaceous.
Invisible Kingdom uses science fiction to tell an original and fascinating take on real human drama – one that is entirely relevant to our twenty-first century experiences.
Much like fellow Dark Horse comic Astro Hustle, Invisible Kingdom from G. Willow Wilson and Christian Ward is a book I didn’t know I needed until I read it.
This past weekend saw another Toronto Comicon, and with it oodles of families and cosplayers making their way through aisles of comics, Funko Pops, Artist Alley, and more.
E.A. Henson goes in-depth with comic book legend Denny O’Neil in advance of his appearance this weekend at Toronto Comicon.
Kamala Khan, the first Muslim character to star in her own comic book series from Marvel Comics, is back in an all new, coming of age, marvelously titled: The Magnificent Ms. Marvel!
Dan Slott had some pressure walking into the hallowed halls of the Baxter Building. Judging by Fantastic Four: Fourever, he’s going to do just fine.
This weekend is all about Captain Marvel, the most powerful hero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, who is making her big screen debut.