It’s space and the supernatural in this installment of Heroes and Villains! Join me as I once again journey into the unknown land that is comic books, with The Thrilling Adventure Hour and Letter 44.
In this week’s Heroes and Villains we have a flying woman and some amateur detective work on my part. Read on and all will be revealed.
In this installment of Heroes & Villains, E.A. Henson looks at Matthew Rosenberg’s first issue of Multiple Man for Marvel, and lots more.
For this installment of Heroes and Villains we’ve got a spooky ghost girl, and a sinister farm where nothing is as it seems! Now let’s see what kind of column I can scare up!
Here are some books that should get you out of the house and down to your local shop! Tell ‘em I sent you. They won’t know who I am but that’s cool.
This week’s H&V has a decidedly retro feel…and that completely okay! I’ve got a great property from the 80’s, one from the 90’s, and even one from feudal Japan!
Out this week from Dark Horse is Ether: The Copper Golems a fantasy/science/adventure book. I was immediately drawn in by the colorful cover which reminded me a little bit of the work of Moebius and evoked feelings of science fiction that was completely unfamiliar yet still inviting.
Welcome back true believers! It’s another edition of Heroes and Villains! This week I selected some reading material from our friends at Image and from Mickey Mouse’s favourite comic publisher, Marvel!
This week I swung by BMV and picked up two fresh trades from my two favourite super teams: Teen Titans and The X-Men!
This week I got a fresh look at a few Number 1 issues and a trade from Image Comics as well as some from Zenescope. What did I think? Keep reading!
This week I’m pulling my nose out of the books and doing what it seems like everyone else is doing and heading to the movies to see Black Panther!
This week I was inspired by watching season one of Young Justice (which is awesome if you’ve never watched it) with my kids to do an all-DC edition of the column focusing on the post-rebirth version of the DCU.