A new character debuts in Batman #89 and why you should back Han Allred’s documentary on his father, Mike.
It’s a pot pourri of publishers this week as E.A. Henson looks at a bunch of new releases including LOUD from Black Mask Studios and Image Comics’ Tartarus.
The Star Wars Adventures series of books by IDW is wonderful. It’s everything the title promises: Adventures set in the Star Wars universe.
Heroes & Villains celebrates 10 years of Nicholas Gurewitch’s The Perry Bible Fellowship Almanack.
The CW’s Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover event wrapped up last night and… you did it, you crazy bastards actually did it.
Batman #86 introduces a new creative team who deliver a pitch perfect story.
With the end of the decade nigh, our E.A. Henson takes on the task of listing off some comics from the 2010s that he really liked.
It’s endings and beginnings this week as E.A. Henson looks at Wellington #1 and Doomsday Clock #12. @idwpublishing @eahenson @DelilahSDawson @amahnke @LorePodcast
This week E.A. Henson features two big titles from IDW: TMNT #100 and the new detective book from Joe Hill, Dying is Easy.
It’s a combination Holiday Gift Guide AND Heroes & Villains entry, featuring two must haves for someone’s bookshelf.
Out today from Black Mask Studios is the collected edition of Come Into Me which has to be read to be believed.
This week’s Heroes & Villains has love for the great new The Art of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order book.