Brett Parson is a fantastic artist, with clean lines and an almost animated style that really fits the goofy stories and zany mayhem of King Tank Girl.
If you’re looking for a cinematic way to interact with content, Macroverse is a comic book reading app that’s doing so, with a perfect new story here just in time for Halloween.
This week in Heroes & Villains E.A. Henson explores The Department of Truth and meets up with Madame Satan.
Al Ewing, who has been steering the Hulk ship with the Immortal Hulk series goes deep into the psyche of Jennifer Walters.
This week, Uncle Highlander has two books for you to read – Image Comics’ Stillwater and Heavy from Vault Comics.
Find out how you can help out Don’t Hid PR’s Melissa Meszaros, a true hero of the comics industry.
If you’re a newcomer to the mythology of Ultraman, this first issue is an easily accessible read that doesn’t require any knowledge of the character.
In this week’s Heroes and Villains, E.A. Henson experiences the heartwarming tale of Bear.
Artist Neal Adams has teamed with writer Mark Waid for a new Fantastic Four mini-series that lets both legendary creators run free outside current continuity.
This week in Read This Book, Uncle Highlander looks back at the excellent Ghosted in L.A., a comic “that is perfect for anyone who likes well-written books about interesting characters.”
In an exclusive interview, Uncle Highlander talks to writer Anthony Cleveland about his new UFO-inspired series, Stargazer.
The first issue of Peter David’s Maestro serves as a stellar origin story that even those unfamiliar with the title character will enjoy.