As cannabis culture is celebrated around the world today, the comic book medium looks to get in on the high with a satirical look at America’s historical war on drugs.
In World of Krypton, you’ll discover new history and new characters while re-discovering heroes and villains you only thought you knew.
The entire history of Amazonian culture, from the beginning of their Greek-God origins, is finally woven into a rich, vibrant and compelling tapestry, worthy of the Smithsonian.
Marie Gilbert goes deep into The Dig, a true story about one of the most important archaeological discoveries of its time.
In Episode 68 of The Leftscape, Arretta Cuff relays some remarkable stories of incidents in her life from the 1940s through present times.
The week’s featured interview is with Ray Cornwall, former co-host of The GAR! Podcast. He and Robin Renée spend some time remembering his other co-host, Biff Bam Pop!’s own Glenn Walker.
In this exclusive interview, TwoMorrow Publishing co-found and author John Morrow discusses his new book about the creative partnership between Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.
The new monthly series, ‘Sword Daughter’ from Brian Wood and Mack Chater is perfect for fans of Vikings, historical storytelling, blood and guts. Making it perfect for an early Father’s Day read!
Sure, Jack Kirby’s a revered artist, and he created some of the best known comic characters around. Captain America and the Avengers and the Inhumans and the X-men, Galactus … Continue reading #Kirby 100: Jack and the Argo Nuts
We’re off the mainstream comic book board today. Really, we’re off that board in a number of ways. It’s not like it’s something new for “comic book” writers and illustrators … Continue reading A Graphic Depiction Of The Pulitzer Classic “The Good Earth” On The Wednesday Run
And the rocket’s red glare! The bombs bursting in air! OK. We’re talking about comic books, not the star-spangles banner of the United States of America – although the two, … Continue reading The Flag Was Still There In “Rebels: These Free And Independent States #1” On The Wednesday Run
Apparently it’s all true, the Library and Archives Canada has acquired the declassified journals and military records of Canadian Super-Soldier James “Logan Howlett. Details to follow after the jump.