For comic book fans of a certain age, Norm Breyfogle was their one and only Batman artist. Yesterday, Breyfogle passed away leaving us all a wonderful and exciting legacy of sequential art.
With all the mayhem amidst world-shaking events that comic book heroes face on a monthly basis, PTSD must be a real thing. But there’s a place, and a series, where heroes care for heroes. Unfortunately, death is never far behind our favourite capes and masks!
In Olivia Twist, the Charles Dickens’ Victoria-era classic never, ever looked so steampunkishly cool – or so modern in flavor!
Fan favourite character, the Sandman, returns in the first issue of The Dreaming – a new monthly series from Vertigo Comics.
The DC/Warner Bros. mash-up continues with Gotham City’s most famous jewel thief and her black cat ally crossing paths with a certain golden bird! Mayhem (feathers and fluff) ensues!
The extraordinary team of writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Michael Gaydos return to their Jinxworld roots with the new creator-owned and aptly named series, Pearl.
It’s social media and superheroes in this week’s installment of Heroes & Villains, as E.A. Henson looks at Crowded #1 from Image and Sequart’s Humans and Paragons: Essays on Super-Hero Justice.
In this week’s Heroes and Villains I’m taking you straight to Toon Town with Invader Zim and Gravity Falls, so paint a tunnel on the side of a wall and drive right on through!
Legendary creator and provocateur, Howard Chaykin takes on the comic book industry itself!
This book is very much a reintroduction to what the Fantastic Four should be for the Marvel. It’s a book about a family of explorers and high-concept sci-fi rigamarole.
The Seeds #1 debuts a dystopian future not so far away from our present reality. Oh. And with aliens, of course!
Shining a light on obscurity, DC Comics brings a sense of justice to some great, cult-classic, characters!